September 7th, 2018 | 31 mins 41 secs
branding chicks, design, marketing design, marketing strategy, nakita pope
In this episode, I sit down with Nakita Pope, Chief Chick and primary brand strategist of Branding Chicks. We dive into how teaching at the Creative Circus parallels to real life design work. Nakita explains how good design is about what the customer needs and not what the customer wants. Design reveals companies need to improve their brand experience.
August 17th, 2018 | 29 mins 27 secs
andrew curtis, b2b marketing, b2c marketing, brand marketing, branding, design, marketing strategy
In this episode, I sit down with Andrew Curtis, president and creative of Fuel VM. We dive into why B2C and B2B companies have problems targeting customers. Andrew goes deeper explaining companies have flaws when coming up with messaging and design. He goes onto explain what his company's process is to fix it. Surprise. Surprise. Its roots back to marketing strategy and how to connect with people.
July 27th, 2018 | 30 mins 20 secs
design, johnathan grzybowski, penji
In this episode, I sit down with Johnathan Grzybowski, co-founder of Penji. We dive into why Johnathan started Penji. He goes deeper into why connecting an underserved market with great people not able to find jobs. Johnathan goes onto explain why companies should be and market themselves as social conscious organizations.
June 15th, 2018 | 25 mins 16 secs
branding, branding agency, branding language, brands, design, design language, design tech product, marketing tech, marketing technology, martech, tailor brands, yali saar
In this episode, I sit down with Yali Saar, CEO and Co-Founder of Algorithmic Branding Agency Tailor Brands, and talk about how to market a design tech/SaaS product and how to teach computers how to design products making it easier for the end customer with a great design. Yali and I dive deeper on how to combine computer learning with human interaction to build a community, Small Biz Nation.
June 8th, 2018 | 30 mins 57 secs
customer acquisition, customer experience, design, facebook advertising, google adwords, jack paxton, messaging, online media buying, paid acquisition, paid advertising, paxton projects, pay per click, pinterest advertising, ppc, reddit advertising
In this episode, I sit down with Jack Paxton, owner of Paxton Project and co-founder of Vyper, and talk about the steps to be an effective paid marketer today. We dive deeper on Jack's experience spending more than $100 to $150 million in advertising. Jack goes more in depth on these steps in the episode. 1) Use data to make decisions 2) Always be testing, never assume results 3) Use pixels to be more accurate in your testing 3) Segment your traffic in cold, warm, and hot and use different types of messaging to move them down the funnel 4) Use attribution on your advertising. Know how long and how much to get customers.
May 18th, 2018 | 32 mins 58 secs
customer experience, customer success, design, eric prugh, inbound marketing, market fit, marketing tactics, marketing teams, marketing tech, marketing technology, martech, messaging, outbound marketing, pactsafe, product fit, product marketing
In this episode, I sit down with Eric Prugh, COO, at PactSafe, and talk why product, customer success, and marketing should openly talk to help the customer. We dive deeper on how PactSafe helps companies make legal transactions quicker and more effective. Eric talks about the challenges and successes of working in a SaaS startup and offers advice staying true to your customers, finding the right product fit, and how each team should communicate with one another.
April 27th, 2018 | 37 mins 26 secs
buyer experience, customer experience, design, high alpha, marketing tech, marketing technology, martech, messaging, srikar kalvakolanu, startup marketing, vc marketing, venture capital marketing
In this episode, I sit down with Srikar Kalvakolanu, Strategy & Innovation Specialist, at High Alpha, and talk how startups and venture capital (VC) firms market themselves. We dive deeper on how High Alpha markets themselves and the startups they create. Srikar touches on how important marketing is at the beginning of creating a business.