I’m a process-oriented thinker with strong analytic and reporting capabilities. But don't let that fool you... I'm not a numbers nerd who sits behind a desk pushing his duct-taped glasses up his nose. I’m an outgoing, team-oriented professional with a growing network. Leveraging others' strengths is my passion. Oh, and I have a strong digital marketing background to boot.
New software solutions excite me, which is why I pursue continuing education. If I'm being honest, I've found success. But I didn't get here alone; my maturing network of talented individuals empowers me to be successful. I’ve built customer vertical reports all the way to setting up lead generation processes. These experiences have allowed me to stretch marketing budgets to their furthest capacity.
I've learned a lot in the digital marketing space over the past 7 years. My main focuses are paid/digital advertising (on Google, Facebook, and other online platforms) and podcasting. These deliverables combine to show any customer insights into their market backed by data and content to connect individually at mass scale.
October 18th, 2019 | 24 mins 39 secs
customer experience, marketing messaging, wes windham, woven, woven teams
In this episode, I sit down with Wes Windham, Founder and CEO at Woven- Evidence-based developer hiring platform. We dive into why Wes wanted to get into help solve the hiring process with Woven. We go deeper into why storytelling is the key to a good hiring process as either an interviewer or candidate.
October 15th, 2019 | 34 mins 11 secs
ahathat, customer experience, mitchell levy, the aha guy
In this episode, I sit down with Mitchell Levy, The AHA Guy at AHAthat who empowers experts, marketers, thought leaders, and businesses to share their genius. We dive into how Mitchell started AHAthat and how to write a book easier with him than by yourself. "Its all about balance of time and money", say Mitchell. We end the episode of how people leverage their reputation to monetize a book, a product, or anything they sell.
October 14th, 2019 | 15 mins 10 secs
california closets, conventional marketing, customer experience, experimental marketing, marcus hall, marketing design
In this episode, I sit down with Marcus Hall, President and Partner of California Closets. We dive into how you marry design and tech together. We go deeper into how should companies leverage conventional and experimental marketing methods to up-leveling a brand.
October 13th, 2019 | 17 mins 34 secs
customer experience, default design, marketing design, nemanja zivkovic
In this episode, I sit down with Nemanja Zivkovic, Director of Operations at Default Design. We dive into why defining conversions first is important. We go deeper into why conversions, marketing automation, and website personalization need to align for great customer engagement.
October 12th, 2019 | 22 mins 26 secs
customer experience, jeroen corthout, marketing technology, martech, salesflare
In this episode, I sit down with Jeroen Corthout, co-founder and CEO of Salesflare. We dive into Jeroen's passion to make CRMs easier for clients which lead him to create Salesflare. We go deeper in first marketing strategies and constant improvements to the product.
October 11th, 2019 | 23 mins 6 secs
elevated marketing solutions, jennifer denney, marketing messaging, marketing technology, martech, paid digital media, paid media, paid online advertising
In this episode, I sit down with Jennifer Denney, Founder and CEO of Elevated Marketing Solutions. We dive into Jennifer's extensive marketing background and why she started a paid marketing company. We go deeper into the importance of segmenting and funneling audiences and what is the difference between Google, Facebook, and LinkedIn advertising platforms. Jennifer leaves some great advice on how to make paid ads simpler.
October 10th, 2019 | 22 mins 51 secs
begin podcasting now, growth now movement, justin schenck, podcast marketing, podcasting
In this episode, I sit down with Justin Schenck, Founder of Growth Now Movement and Begin Podcasting Now. We dive into why he started his podcast businesses. We go deeper into podcast marketing essentials a lot of companies miss. Justin gives his insight on where podcast is going.
Episode 43: Digital Advertising Solutions and Expectations: Insights from the Sales Side of the Table
October 9th, 2019 | 19 mins 56 secs
digital advertising, doug mankiewicz, marketing technology, martech, orange142
In this episode, I sit down with Doug Mankiewicz, VP of Business Development at Orange142. We dive into how his team sells digital advertising solutions to national and international clients. We go deeper into messaging and customer service are the foundation of their sales strategy. Doug also mentions what are the capabilities with digital advertising and gives insight of what Orange142 is doing for their clients.
October 8th, 2019 | 27 mins 28 secs
clearobject, iot marketing, john mcdonald, marketing messaging
In this episode, I sit down with John McDonald, CEO of ClearObject. We dive into how his team markets internet of things (IoT). We go deeper into how to ClearObject has partnered with educational institutions to build clear evidence of how IoT helps companies and institutions.
October 7th, 2019 | 27 mins 43 secs
anthony duncan, customer experience, mohammed m. mahdi, the mad optimist
In this episode, I sit down with Mohammed M. Mahdi and Anthony Duncan, co-founders of The Mad Optimist. We dive into why they started the company. We go deeper into how to the company's messaging and pivot more to the customer service and employee focus of their company.
October 6th, 2019 | 25 mins 9 secs
agile marketing, anthony coppedge, customer experience
In this episode, I sit down with Anthony Coppedge, Agile Marketing Consultant. We dive into Anthony's methodology, "MOGSA" - Mission, Objectives, Goals, Strategies, and Actions. We go deeper into how to build an agile framework for marketing. We end chatting about actual and actionable experiences others can take from Anthony's advice.
October 5th, 2019 | 22 mins 14 secs
jumblethink, marketing messaging, michael woodward, test marketing messaging
In this episode, I sit down with Michael Woodward, CEO and Founder of jumbleThink. We dive into Michael's passion to help others and why he started jumbleThink. We chat about creating Micro Experiments to test messaging and audiences. Michael offers great insight on why and how keeping messaging simple to quickly test its effectiveness.
October 4th, 2019 | 18 mins 57 secs
customer experience, marcia barnes, performance based marketing, performance marketing, valve and meter
In this episode, I sit down with Marcia Barnes, CEO and Founder of Valve+Meter. We dive into Marcia's extensive marketing background and why she chose to start a marketing agency. We dive in what performance based marketing is and what marketing should be for companies. Marcia offers great insight, humility, and humor in this episode.
October 3rd, 2019 | 21 mins 43 secs
customer service, customer success, kristin van busum, local marketing, marketing messaging, project alianza
In this episode, I sit down with Kristin Van Busum, Founder of Project Alianza. Kristin has an interesting background working for RAND Corporation, a global policy think tank that provides objective research to policymakers. She attended New York University, Butler University, and was a Fullbright Scholar and recipient of a Fulbright Alumni Innovation Grant for Global Education. We dive into how Kristin started Project Alianza and the unique marketing approach the company has. We dive deeper into understanding who we are marketing to and importance knowing what people need.
October 2nd, 2019 | 30 mins 29 secs
customer experience, jay acunzo, marketing best practices, marketing messaging, marketing showrunners
In this episode, I sit down with Jay Acunzo, Founder of Marketing Showrunners and Unthinkable Media. Jay has an excellent career spanning from Google to HubSpot to NextView. We dive into how he saw patterns that weren't for him in marketing. So he decided to write a book and start a company focusing on making the best decision for you, regardless of best practice.
October 1st, 2019 | 18 mins 34 secs
customer experience, kyle lacy, lessonly, marketing messaging, marketing tech
In this episode, I sit down with Kyle Lacy, CMO at Lessonly. We dive into how the Lessonly Marketing Team decided what digital metrics were essential for growth. We chatted about the launch of Lessonly's website redesign and the strategy behind the project. And we talk about growing from our marketing failures to be stronger than ever.