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On the #NeoMarketing podcast, The Golding Group partners Kyle Golding and Pritch Pritchard, APR discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. Educational, informative and (hopefully) entertaining.

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“The Professor” Pritch Pritchard, APR has found a new, and what we think is much better, why to explain the concept and execution of Strategy for students and professionals. On this episode, we discuss a better explanation of Strategy and Strategic Execution based on a new definition by Andrew Bellay, who runs https://straty.com/ and holds (among other degrees) a Masters of Science in Management Science & Engineering from Stanford University. We discuss, dissect and elaborate on this definition: Strategy is the process of creating a well-aligned set of activities with the aim of occupying a valuable position in a competitive landscape. Then, we detail how these ideas fit into an overall approach to business, communication, etc…. Listen, Watch, Subscribe or Stream this podcast: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingSubscribe On every #NeoMarketing podcast, we discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. To contact us for advice, assistance or collaboration: https://thegoldinggroup.com/contact-us/ Let’s engage! Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoldingGroup @GoldingGroup Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StrategicBusinessGrowth LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-golding-group/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegoldinggroup/ @TheGoldingGroup Subscribe to the #NeoMarketing podcast: iTunes: http://bit.ly/TheGoldingGroup Spotify: http://bit.ly/NeoPodcast (Login First) iHeartRadio: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingPod Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/user/thegoldinggroup Google Podcast: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingGP Podchaser: http://bit.ly/NeoPodchaser Pod Link: https://pod.link/1275659816 Deezer: http://bit.ly/NeoPodDeezer Podcast Addict: http://bit.ly/NeoPodAddict Audry: https://bit.ly/NeoPodAudry Thanks!
There are lessons we can all learn from very recent (and still ongoing) failures in crisis communications from our local electric company and elected officials during a weather event, bowing to cancel culture by a national non-profit org. and a billion-dollar tech company that can’t live up to basic expectations. Strap in, we’re calling out leaders for their mistakes and piecing together the lessons we can all learn. The key is learning from our (and other people’s) mistakes. Crisis Communication: 1. There is no such thing as over-communication in crisis situations. 2. You have to meet expectations, not do the minimum. 3. Protocols are better than plans for adapting as a situation changes. 4. Keep your tools (analog and digital) up to date at all times, so you are prepared for a crisis situation. 5. Put a human face on a crisis. Let the people you need to connect with see and hear a real person. 6. Use everything, multiple times. See item #1 again. 7. Actual transparency and authenticity, the way real people (your stakeholders) expect it. Cancel Culture: You cannot appease your way back from being canceled. (Unless you really, really screwed up) the attempt to do so will only cost you, supporters while doing nothing to “un-cancel” your reputation online. Unmet Expectations: How can a Billion (with a B) dollar tech company like T-Mobile have a poorly designed and performing website? They must not care about customer appreciation. What do all of these have to do with each other? More communication, even if it’s incomplete or not what people are happy to hear, is always better than less communication. Listen, Watch, Subscribe or Stream: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingSubscribe On every #NeoMarketing podcast, we discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. To contact us for advice, assistance or collaboration: https://thegoldinggroup.com/contact-us/ Let’s engage! Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoldingGroup @GoldingGroup Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StrategicBusinessGrowth LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-golding-group Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegoldinggroup/ @TheGoldingGroup Subscribe to the #NeoMarketing podcast: iTunes: http://bit.ly/TheGoldingGroup Spotify: http://bit.ly/NeoPodcast (Login First) iHeartRadio: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingPod Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/user/thegoldinggroup Google Podcast: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingGP Podchaser: http://bit.ly/NeoPodchaser Pod.Link: https://pod.link/1275659816 Deezer: http://bit.ly/NeoPodDeezer Podcast Addict: http://bit.ly/NeoPodAddict Thanks! #NeoMarketing Ep104
“The Professor” Pritch Pritchard, APR and PRSA Fellow breaks down the top 10 crisis communications myths according to “Effective Crisis Communication – Moving From Crisis to Opportunity” by three of today’s most respected crisis/risk communication scholars: Robert R. Ulmer, University of Nevada/University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Timothy L. Sellnow, University of Central Florida and Matthew W. Seeger – Wayne State University. The Effective Crisis Communication https://www.sagepub.com/hi/nam/effective-crisis-communication/book246198 textbook examines the latest theories and innovative approaches for handling crisis. Unlike other crisis communication texts, this acclaimed book answers the question, “what now?” and explains how organizations can create the potential for opportunity, renewal, and growth through effective crisis communication. Authors Robert R. Ulmer, Timothy L. Sellnow, and Matthew W. Seeger provide guidelines for taking the many challenges that crises present and turning those challenges into opportunities. Practical lessons and in-depth case studies highlight successes and failures in dealing with core issues of crisis leadership, including managing uncertainty, communicating effectively, understanding risk, promoting communication ethics, enabling organizational learning, and producing renewing responses to crisis. Listen, Watch, Subscribe or Stream: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingSubscribe On every #NeoMarketing podcast, we discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. To contact us for advice, assistance or collaboration: https://thegoldinggroup.com/contact-us/ Let’s engage! Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoldingGroup @GoldingGroup Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StrategicBusinessGrowth LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-golding-group Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegoldinggroup/ @TheGoldingGroup Subscribe to the #NeoMarketing podcast: iTunes: http://bit.ly/TheGoldingGroup Spotify: http://bit.ly/NeoPodcast (Login First) iHeartRadio: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingPod Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/user/thegoldinggroup Google Podcast: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingGP Podchaser: http://bit.ly/NeoPodchaser Pod.Link: https://pod.link/1275659816 Deezer: http://bit.ly/NeoPodDeezer Podcast Addict: http://bit.ly/NeoPodAddict Thanks! #NeoMarketing Ep103
Welcome to the first full week of Q4 2020. No matter how far from normal this year has been so far, there are still lessons to be learned, business processes to be evaluated and (most importantly) planning for 2021 should be in full swing. This year, you can’t just create a Plan “A” but you also need plans “B” “C” and “D” to cover the variations of COVID-19 recovery, the presidential elections and general uncertainty in the world for the upcoming year. Since COVID-19 started impacting business transactions in early 2020, we have been telling you to Adapt, Adopt or Pivot. On this episode, we will discuss how to evaluate, measure and utilize what we have all learned from 2020 and how to best move your business forward into the still very uncertain 2021. Thanks to 2020, you should have made changes (minor or major) to your business operations with NEW and DIFFERENT tools (digital and brick/mortar) for marketing and selling, insights/data, competitive landscape, audience/potential audience and expectations. The key to 2021 will be taking advantage of what’s working right now and in the future along with recovering the investments you have made to survive 2020. If you need help, don’t know where to start or just don’t want to go it alone please contact us – that’s what we’re here for! https://thegoldinggroup.com/contact-us/ BONUS: Do NOT use the term “New Normal” because in business every day is new and nothing about our current business situations can be considered “Normal”. Listen, Watch, Subscribe or Stream: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingSubscribe. Please Like (  ) make a comment and leave a rating. On every #NeoMarketing podcast, The Golding Group partners Pritch Pritchard, APR and Kyle Golding discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. To contact us for advice, assistance or collaboration: https://thegoldinggroup.com/contact-us/ Let’s engage! Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoldingGroup @GoldingGroup Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StrategicBusinessGrowth LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-golding-group/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/TheGoldingGroup/ @TheGoldingGroup
Thanks to a 5th Wednesday this month, we present a special guest bonus episode of the #NeoMarketing podcast featuring Rachel Mathew, Co-owner of Polston Tax taking with our CEO Kyle Golding via Zoom about PPP/EIDL Covid-19 relief for businesses, IRS red flags/best practices, developing corporate culture, business marketing and self-brand balance. Mathew is an attorney, accountant, small business owner, author, public speaker, monthly TV segment contributor. She is also an Oklahoma Bar Association Foundation trustee along with being a board member of the Metropolitan Library Endowment and OCU Law School. Full bio: https://www.linkedin.com/in/attorney-rachel-mathew/. Join the discussion. Leave a comment, subscribe to the channel and rate the podcast. Thanks! Listen, Watch, Subscribe or Stream: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingSubscribe. On every #NeoMarketing podcast, The Golding Group partners Pritch Pritchard, APR and Kyle Golding discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. To contact us for advice, assistance or collaboration: https://thegoldinggroup.com/contact-us/ Let’s engage! Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoldingGroup @GoldingGroup Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StrategicBusinessGrowth LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-golding-group/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/TheGoldingGroup/ @TheGoldingGroup
Cancel Culture is a relatively new but powerful social media movement causing a tremendous negative impact on brands, businesses and individuals both famous and unknown. “The Professor” Pritch Pritchard breaks down the definitive actions necessary to make the best of a bad situation like becoming a target of cancel culture or other negative online reputation scenarios. Listen, Watch, Subscribe or Stream: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingSubscribe. Leave a comment, subscribe to the channel and rate the YouTube video (thumbs up). On every #NeoMarketing podcast, The Golding Group partners Pritch Pritchard, APR and Kyle Golding discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. To contact us for advice, assistance or collaboration: https://thegoldinggroup.com/contact-us/ Let’s engage! Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoldingGroup @GoldingGroup Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StrategicBusinessGrowth LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-golding-group/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/TheGoldingGroup/ @TheGoldingGroup
EPISODE 100!!! A big THANK YOU to all the support over the last three years. Check out the new graphics package, voice-over and theme song. On this episode, we dive deep into keeping the boss/clients super happy by fully developing your marketing process. Specifically, with a focus on managing expectations, crafting the strategy, conducting research, setting goals, establishing objectives, defining tactics (last, not first) and following up with measurement and reporting. Listen, Watch, Subscribe or Stream: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingSubscribe. Leave a comment and rating too. On every #NeoMarketing podcast, we discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. To contact us for advice, assistance or collaboration: https://thegoldinggroup.com/contact-us/
Episode 99 with special guest Mike Groshong, Master Brewer and Charn Langford, CEO from Broke Brewing Co. one of OKC’s newest breweries. So new, they opened their taproom located on the NW side of Oklahoma City (right off Route 66) just two weeks before the entire state of Oklahoma went into lockdown due to COVID-19. So how did they handle the lockdown as a startup? How did they manage through the following months and how are they doing now as the coronavirus situation changes on a weekly and monthly basis? We discuss their experiences adapting and adopting new policies and procedures along with how the brand went from idea to reality, what motivates a master brewer to stay creative, what is a “beer engineer” and how is making beer is a lot like any manufacturing process – but also completely different.  We also sample a few of their brew styles, talk about adult beverage trends and regulations plus tips for aspiring brewers to know, study and expect from a career in the beer business. Listen, Watch, Subscribe or Stream: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingSubscribe. On every #NeoMarketing podcast, we discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. To contact us for advice, assistance or collaboration: https://thegoldinggroup.com/contact-us/. You can find out more about Broke Brewing at Broke.Beer. Look for a lot of new things from our 100th episode on the first Wednesday of September 2020. A big THANK YOU to all the support over the last three years.
We’re coming to you via Zoom this episode with special Guest Steve Davis, Business Performance Advisor for Insperity and past Oklahoma Venture Forum chairman. We discuss how your business can manage COVID-19 from an HR, compliance and legal standpoint. We also discuss the future prospects of remote working and the effects on commercial real estate. Listen, Watch, Subscribe or Stream: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingSubscribe. On every #NeoMarketing podcast, we discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. To contact us for advice, assistance or collaboration: https://thegoldinggroup.com/contact-us/ To contact Steve Davis on LinkedIn or Instagram or at Insperity OKC.
Business Development A to Z

Business Development A to Z

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A full hour breaking down Business Development into 10 easy-to-understand sections. It’s our longest episode for a good reason – Business Development is the central nervous system of any organization. Let’s break it all down: Kyle’s Top 5: * Marketing is a 2-way conversation * Community building for brands * Business Process Management (BPM) * Change Management * 2 ways to profit Pritch’s Top 5: * Leadership training and development * Internal and external communication protocols * Crisis Management protocols * Red Teaming / R&D * PR predictions for 2020/21 On every #NeoMarketing podcast, we discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. Listen, Watch, Subscribe or Stream: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingSubscribe To contact us for advice, assistance or collaboration: https://thegoldinggroup.com/contact-us/
There are a lot of marketing, communication and PR acronyms like RPIE, RACE, SMART, SWOT and ROI. On this episode, we add one more: A.M.M.O. Audience Message Measurement Objectives (just not exactly in that order) “The Professor” Pritch Pritchard, APR breaks down the acronym pieces, why each is important and how to use them in business communication. This works for external and internal communications which is extra important right now due to stress, concern and changes related to COVID-19 safety protocols, limitations and restrictions. Use A.M.M.O. to focus your aim at the target market before taking your shot at effective communication. Bullseye! On every #NeoMarketing podcast, we discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. Listen, Watch, Subscribe or Stream: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingSubscribe To contact us for advice, assistance or collaboration: https://thegoldinggroup.com/contact-us/
There’s a MAJOR hurdle to a successful reopening transition period all business owners and decision-makers in all industries are dealing with right now. On this episode, we define the problem and give you advice, strategy and tactics needed to overcome this obstacle with minimal extra budget (but plenty of extra focus and effort). Along with corporate culture, employee relations and how to best utilize your stimulus checks (Spoiler Alert: #BuyLocal) we also discuss maximizing coronavirus slowdowns to build brand loyalty, jumpstart sales without “selling” and NOT apologizing for doing things your way (while being open to feedback). On every #NeoMarketing podcast, we discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. Listen, Watch, Subscribe or Stream: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingSubscribe To contact us for advice, assistance or collaboration: https://thegoldinggroup.com/contact-us/
Do you know the difference between Goals, Objectives, Strategy & Tactics? Too many business people don’t get it, often confusing the various important part of the business plan, getting them out of order or just not paying attention to each aspect. So we’re going to walk you through the differences and uses for each business planning element so you can create more effective practices. “The Professor” Pritch Pritchard, APR will explain why he objects to objectives (he really objects to people incorrectly labeling tactics as objectives). The Powerpoint download link Pritch mentioned on the podcast is here: https://bit.ly/ObjectivesPPT On every #NeoMarketing podcast, we discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. Listen, Watch, Subscribe or Stream: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingSubscribe
Now more than ever, customer service is paramount to establishing, maintaining and leveraging your best consumer relationships. We discuss customer service philosophy, best practices and give you a few examples of great and terrible coronavirus customer service. Customer service can make or break any business, so let’s spend some time talking about it. While you are adapting, adopting or pivoting your business for COVID-19 limitations and restrictions, you have the opportunity (yes, that the right word during this pandemic) to attract new customers, build better relationships and strengthen your business future by doubling or tripling down on customer service. After all, it’s on of the few things you have complete control of before, during and after the coronavirus impact on business and society. On every #NeoMarketing podcast, we discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. Listen, Watch, Subscribe or Stream: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingSubscribe
Ep92: “The Professor” Pritch Pritchard breaks down the elements of a clear and captivating message via the acronym CUBE A (created by Brad Phillips, one of the world’s top media trainers) for internal and external communication. C is for Consistent U is for Unburdened B is for Brief E is for Earworthy A is for Audience Focused We discuss messages v. slogans, types of messages and tips for crafting your memorable message. We also discuss WiFM “What’s in it For Me?” and “Not In My Backyard” or NIMBY. According to Wikipedia, NIMBY first appears in a June 1980 newspaper article from Virginia, but was popularized in the 1980s by British politician Nicholas Ridley, who was Conservative Secretary of State for the Environment and comedian George Carlin used the term in a comedy skit, implying that people had already heard of it. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NIMBY On every #NeoMarketing podcast, we discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. Listen, Watch, Subscribe or Stream: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingSubscribe
With major restrictions placed on business by the COVID-19 outbreak, we go long (46 mins) and very deep into what small businesses need to do RIGHT NOW to survive. #Adapt #Adopt or #Pivot. This episode includes a massive amount of actionable content for businesses in all stages or Coronavirus reaction. Here’s the outline. Big Ideas: Adapt & Adopt Before PivotDuring, After and the future of businessMinor To Major, Big To SmallCreating Ethical Opportunity From Struggle Hit the Hardest: Concert Artist and Production / Trade Shows and Industry Events / Events Planning – wedding, fundraisers, professional orgs. / Non-Profit / Hospitality (bars, clubs) / Sports / Movie Theaters / Gyms / Arts and Entertainment Those Already Adapting: Restaurants & Retail – Online, Delivery / Education – Online Classes, Distance learning / Medical – Drive-Up triage, adapting devices, etc. (long, long list) B2B Model Adapting: Work From Home and Remote – Video Conferencing / Digital, Online, Mobile tools / Manufacturing retooling to fill needs (examples) DD Audio, Auto Makers making ventilators (Ford, GM, Musk, Dyson, MIT), Rouge Fitness, Apparel Manufacturers Hard Hit: Support Industry such as Sales / Marketing / PR / Accounting / Legal / Insurance / Continuing Education Programs / Employee Training and Development The T is SWOT is Threat. This is what you (should have) planned for. Business Model: Adapt / Adopt / Pivot (but can you go back?) Public Goodwill for only so long / Meet them more than half way / Have 2-way conversation, learn from this experience / Don’t go “back to normal” as soon as possible The Whole Market Has To Change, So Do You! What You Need: Speed / Attention / Speed / Not once, but over and over / Did we mention Speed? Do NOT do this ALONE. Let your third-party experts (like us) help you make hard decisions to plan for an immediate response and then manage into the future. This isn’t just an economic decision, it’s personal for most business owners and entrepreneurs. Be Smart / Be Strategic / Be Flexible / Be Fast and Decisive / Brand over SALES (if you can) If your business is secure or barely affected, do your part while focusing on: GOING LONG (Attitude and Planning) / BRAND BUILDING / PUBLIC RELATIONS / CORPORATE CULTURE Note: ALL CAPS for a reason, it’s that important. You are NOT taking advantage (being unethical) by doing business/sales if you are providing value with intent. Let your ethics guide the process. Protect your family, your employees, your vendors, your subcontractors, your community and your country. Fight like hell! Good luck! On every #NeoMarketing podcast, we discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. Listen, Watch, Subscribe or Stream: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingSubscribe
“Crisis doesn’t build character, it reveals it.” You’ve heard this many times before. Unless you’re Jared Leto or filming the Big Brother Germany tv show you know the world, the United States and the collective business community are in a crisis based on the Covid-19 panic. We discuss best practices for managing any crisis (health-related or not) and why having lapses in ethical standards or taking a “shortcut” is the last thing you want to do in a time of uncertainty. We filmed this a few weeks ago, before the current state of the nation, but these ideas are always (and universally) the best actions, attitudes and tactics for your business, nonprofit, professional organization, etc… On every #NeoMarketing podcast, we discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. Listen, Watch, Subscribe or Stream: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingSubscribe
How does saying “NO” as often as possible make it possible to say “YES” as much as possible? This theory might seem counterintuitive, but our CEO Kyle Golding is here to explain it all along with how to implement this into your startup, business or career development. How does saying Yes and No appropriately factor into creating success, what are the practical applications and what exactly is “business karma”? Listen to find out. On every #NeoMarketing podcast, we discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. Listen, Watch, Subscribe or Stream: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingSubscribe
Social media is the ultimate double-edged sword. A great opportunity for communication but also a tool for trolls to attack businesses they are unhappy with (warranted or not). According to America’s Crisis Management Guru Jim Lukaszewski, there are three steps to managing a social media crisis: (1) Sacrifice (2) Show – Don’t Tell (3) Be Transparent. (via e911.com) Pritch and Kyle discuss the ideas behind these three steps for managing crisis but then connect specifically to social media via three key terms: (1) Call-Out Culture (2) Cancel Culture (3) Shout Out / Shaming Culture which Pritch references from an article by Richard Levick, Chairman and CEO of Levick communications and public affairs firm. In the discussion, we also reference good examples to learn from via The Apology Impulse (book) by Cary Cooper and Sean O’Meara, the transparency of Buffer.com, Rudy Giuliani on 911 and OKC PD handling of the recent Penn Square Mall shooting. We also discuss failure examples from Wal Mart, Starbucks and (the worst of all) Twitter political shenanigans.
When it comes to corporate culture, #SpoilerAlert you’re probably doing it wrong. There are two major types of failure when building and maintaining corporate culture: 1) Not trying hard enough or 2) Trying too hard. Corporate culture should start from the C-Suite and work Top/Down but will continue to work best of it’s managed from the bottom of the corporate ladder back toward the C-Suite Bottom/Up. On this episode, we’ll explain the best theories behind building and maintaining a productive corporate culture with both good and bad examples and real-world analogies. We also have a bonus discussion about the changing ethics of certain professions that traditionally didn’t advertise but are now more inclined to run commercials and ads. On every #NeoMarketing podcast, we discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. Listen, Watch, Subscribe or Stream: http://bit.ly/NeoMarketingSubscribe
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