In case you need reminding, you’re standing on a mountain of knowledge. You know so much about your industry. So why not share it by becoming your industry’s spokesperson? Become the face and voice of your industry. Today, thanks to Media Stable’s Nic Hayes, you’ll discover exactly how. It’s an opinion-leading episode 622 of The (13 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.
Oh Crap! It’s OK, I didn’t do something stupid (for once!) … Oh Crap is actually the name of my guest’s business. Can you guess what they do? Plumber? Toilet manufacturer? Anger management consultant? Maybe! What I can tel you is they use super simple marketing to grow exponentially. It’s a shitty episode 621 of The (13 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.
SEO best practice for 2023 from Australia’s most-awarded SEO expert Harry Sanders … that’s what we’re talking about! Oh, and his first tip covers the rise and impact of AI in the SEO world, so I was just a little excited (no, actually I was bursting!) to hear all about it, as ChatGPT has occupied far too much of my time these past two weeks! It’s an artificially intelligent episode 620 of The (13 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.
Why is creativity so important in business? When you spend quality time thinking differently about your business, amazing things happen, the least of which is that you create a solid point-of-difference. But don’t take my word for it … Let’s hear from one of Sydney’s leading new restaurateurs for whom creativity is his super power. It’s a highly creative episode 619 of The (13 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast with host Timbo Reid.
The Today Show’s Chief-of-Staff Joshua Del Pozo on how to get free national TV coverage for your business | #617
Do you like the idea of getting yourself or your business on The Today Show without paying a cent? Thought so. Then listen up as The Today Show’s Chief-of-Staff, Joshua Del Pozo, explains exactly how you can. It’s a star-studded episode 617 of The (13 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.
Keen to use email marketing to grow your business? Cool. On your website, offer visitors something of high perceived value to them, but at a low cost to you. In exchange for their email address, they get it for free. It might be an eBook. A video full of helpful tips. A one-off discount coupon. Over time you build an email list of prospects, that you then communicate with on a regular basis. The result? More loyal customers. More sales. And the lifetime value of those customers increases exponentially. Sounds good, huh? It’s a retentive episode 616 of The (13 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast with Tim Reid.
If there was a more mature, funnier, well-informed small business marketing lover than me, then it’s Jay Baer. The guy has an uncanny ability to turn even the most sceptical business owner into a marketing tragic. I’ve been stalking, I mean following Jay’s work for over ten years, and every book, every research study he’s commissioned, every new concept he comes up with to help us small business owners grow, never fails to disappoint. It’s an exciting episode 615 of The (13 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast with host Tim Reid.
Keen to find your purpose? Growing a business can be tough. And with all the uncertainty in the world, you’d be excused for feeling a little negative at times. If you’re looking for a super effective way to create positive change in your life, and your employees’ lives, then you’re going to love what world surfing champion Shaun Tomson has to share. It’s time to paddle out into big surf on episode 613 of The (13 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.
Powderfinger’s Jon Coghill talks to host Tim Reid about the business of music. We cover branding, income streams, band dynamics, success, failure, yes men and so much more. It’s only rock ‘n roll but I like it!
Celebrity chef and Australia’s most celebrated restaurant owner Guy Grossi talks customer experience, we hear from a listener who contacted the Hotline plus I’ve got some big news for all you Pink Floyd fans amongst us! Got a marketing idea you’d like to share with business owners globally? Maybe you want to give Timbo some feedback … leave a message on the Hotline on +61480015150