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Everything Is Marketing

Everything Is Marketing

Author: Corey Haines

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Join host Corey Haines as he explores marketing in all its facets and dimensions through conversations with honest marketers, entrepreneurs, and even people who don't consider themselves marketers at all. This podcast will help you get out of your echo chamber and create unique marketing by learning from vastly different types of people, strategies, and industries.
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On the show today is Adam DuVander. Adam is the founder of Every Developer and author of Developer Marketing Does Not Exist.I wanted to bring him on because developers are perhaps one of the most difficult segments to market to. How dev tools get discovered, trialed, and implemented are very unique to other software.You'll hear about why content is at the heart of developer marketing, common mistakes made when marketing a developer-first product, and the parallels of developer marketing to no-code and web3.More on Adam: @adamd on Twitter Every Developer Developer Marketing Does Not Exist Sponsored by Agorapulse, Ahrefs, The Juice, and 42/Agency — These are the Swipe Files sponsors for all of 2022. If you want to support the show, check them out and tell them Corey sent you.🙌 Thank Adam for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the show today is Amanda Natividad. Amanda is the Marketing Architect at SparkToro and previously the Head of Marketing at Growth Machine.I wanted to bring her on because Amanda is a prolific marketer with experience in content marketing across B2C brands like FitBit and Liftopia as well as B2B with Growth Machine and their client base. She's amassed a Twitter following of over 36k. And she's an expert in all things digital PR and content strategy.You'll hear about the idea of permissionless co-marketing, product-led content, and how SparkToro is leveraging live Office Hours to move the needle on product adoption and retention.More on Amanda: @amandanat on Twitter amandanat.com The Menu newsletter SparkToro Office Hours Audience research newsletter Mentions: Wealthfront's career building companies Demand Curve Sponsored by Riverside — It’s what I use to record both my podcasts, Everything Is Marketing and Default Alive, but I was using Riverside long before they became a sponsor. I used to use Zoom until someone interviewed me using Riverside and I knew I had to switch. I love it because they take local recordings on each side, which gives you a reliable connection and the highest quality audio and video tracks. Separate HD recordings, an iOS app, automatic transcription… It’s made specifically for podcasters. Folks like Guy Raz from How I Built This, Courtland Allen from Indie Hackers, and even Hillary Clinton uses it if you can believe it. Check them out and all the other features they have at riverside.fm🙌 Thank Amanda for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the show today is Guillaume Moubeche. Guillaume is the founder of Lemlist, an email automation tool for sales.I wanted to bring him on because Lemlist has managed to scale past $10M ARR in just a few years in a very competitive category. How? Exceptional marketing. Guillaume and the Lemlist team have built an impressive marketing engine by thinking like a media company. LinkedIn, YouTube, masterclasses, social media... they've found winning formulas for multiple channels.You'll hear about how they've evolved their content with the LinkedIn algorithm, how they use paid masterclasses to acquire customers, and why they're investing in a video docuseries.More on Guillaume: @GuillaumeMbh on Twitter Lemlist Sponsored by Riverside — It’s what I use to record both my podcasts, Everything Is Marketing and Default Alive, but I was using Riverside long before they became a sponsor. I used to use Zoom until someone interviewed me using Riverside and I knew I had to switch. I love it because they take local recordings on each side, which gives you a reliable connection and the highest quality audio and video tracks. Separate HD recordings, an iOS app, automatic transcription… It’s made specifically for podcasters. Folks like Guy Raz from How I Built This, Courtland Allen from Indie Hackers, and even Hillary Clinton uses it if you can believe it. Check them out and all the other features they have at riverside.fm🙌 Thank Guillaume for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the show today is Bryan Wish. Bryan is the founder of BW Missions, which works with creators and authors to scale their content and products.I wanted to bring him on because Bryan has worked with high-profile authors like Nir Eyal and Allen Gannett. Successful book launches are great case studies for what successful marketing looks like. Bryan also has a lot of thoughts on the future of creators, content, and personal brands.You'll hear about modern PR tactics, community building as a part of your marketing strategy, and how to make a book a best-seller.More on Bryan: @bryanwish_ on Twitter BW Missions Sponsored by Riverside — It’s what I use to record both my podcasts, Everything Is Marketing and Default Alive, but I was using Riverside long before they became a sponsor. I used to use Zoom until someone interviewed me using Riverside and I knew I had to switch. I love it because they take local recordings on each side, which gives you a reliable connection and the highest quality audio and video tracks. Separate HD recordings, an iOS app, automatic transcription… It’s made specifically for podcasters. Folks like Guy Raz from How I Built This, Courtland Allen from Indie Hackers, and even Hillary Clinton uses it if you can believe it. Check them out and all the other features they have at riverside.fm🙌 Thank Bryan for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs?Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the show today is Ran Segall. Ran is the founder of Flux Academy, which offers courses on web design, freelancing, and Webflow.I wanted to bring him on because Ran is one of the most successful course creators I know. Flux Academy does over $2M/yr in sales with a very small, lean team. And it all started with Ran's YouTube channel and running workshops at local tech meetups.You'll hear about how Ran creates so much video content, how they've diversified channels across search, video, and social media, and his approach to course production.More on Ran: @ransegall on Twitter Flux Academy Mentions:George Mac tweetSponsored by Riverside — It’s what I use to record both my podcasts, Everything Is Marketing and Default Alive, but I was using Riverside long before they became a sponsor. I used to use Zoom until someone interviewed me using Riverside and I knew I had to switch. I love it because they take local recordings on each side, which gives you a reliable connection and the highest quality audio and video tracks. Separate HD recordings, an iOS app, automatic transcription… It’s made specifically for podcasters. Folks like Guy Raz from How I Built This, Courtland Allen from Indie Hackers, and even Hillary Clinton uses it if you can believe it. Check them out and all the other features they have at riverside.fm🙌 Thank Ran for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the show today is Juliette Kopecky. Juliette is the CMO at LinkSquares and previously the VP of Marketing at Talla.I wanted to bring her on because LinkSquares is growing rapidly in the legal tech space and making a name for itself. They've been investing heavily into video content and taking a drastically different approach than their competitors and incumbents.You'll hear about Juliette's career path and rise to CMO, how they pivoted and adjusted their marketing through the pandemic, and how to have fun with marketing in a boring industry.More on Juliette: @julietteko on Twitter https://linksquares.com/careers/ Sponsored by Riverside — It’s what I use to record both my podcasts, Everything Is Marketing and Default Alive, but I was using Riverside long before they became a sponsor. I used to use Zoom until someone interviewed me using Riverside and I knew I had to switch. I love it because they take local recordings on each side, which gives you a reliable connection and the highest quality audio and video tracks. Separate HD recordings, an iOS app, automatic transcription… It’s made specifically for podcasters. Folks like Guy Raz from How I Built This, Courtland Allen from Indie Hackers, and even Hillary Clinton uses it if you can believe it. Check them out and all the other features they have at riverside.fm🙌 Thank Juliette for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the show today is Laura Lopuch. Laura is a sales email consultant, AKA the “Queen of Cold Emails.”I wanted to bring her on because she’s one of the few cold email experts who actually show their work and provide tangible examples of what works. She’s written for Copyhackers and Unbounce as well as spoken at conferences like MicroConf and Shine Bootcamp.You'll hear about email outreach common mistakes and how to fix them, tangible examples of how to use cold email for marketing, and Laura’s frameworks so you can craft your own high converting emails.More on Laura: @waitingtoberead on Twitter lauralopuch.com/everythingismarketing Mentions: Crystal Knows Magic Sales Bot Sponsored by Riverside — It’s what I use to record both my podcasts, Everything Is Marketing and Default Alive, but I was using Riverside long before they became a sponsor. I used to use Zoom until someone interviewed me using Riverside and I knew I had to switch. I love it because they take local recordings on each side, which gives you a reliable connection and the highest quality audio and video tracks. Separate HD recordings, an iOS app, automatic transcription… It’s made specifically for podcasters. Folks like Guy Raz from How I Built This, Courtland Allen from Indie Hackers, and even Hillary Clinton uses it if you can believe it. Check them out and all the other features they have at riverside.fm🙌 Thank Laura for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the show today is Conor Lewis. Conor is the founder of FORT, which creates magnetic pillow forts for kids.I wanted to bring him on because Conor launched one of the most successful Kickstarter campaigns out there. Not only was the campaign a massive success, but it was also a ground-breaking case study on community-driven product development. Conor has also been sharing everything he's learning about getting FORT off the ground on Twitter.You'll hear about how he built an audience before Kickstarter, how he leveraged niche online communities during the pandemic, and what key factors made the campaign so successful.More on Conor: @conorblewis on Twitter FORT Mentions:PR email templateSponsored by Riverside — It’s what I use to record both my podcasts, Everything Is Marketing and Default Alive, but I was using Riverside long before they became a sponsor. I used to use Zoom until someone interviewed me using Riverside and I knew I had to switch. I love it because they take local recordings on each side, which gives you a reliable connection and the highest quality audio and video tracks. Separate HD recordings, an iOS app, automatic transcription… It’s made specifically for podcasters. Folks like Guy Raz from How I Built This, Courtland Allen from Indie Hackers, and even Hillary Clinton uses it if you can believe it. Check them out and all the other features they have at riverside.fm🙌 Thank Conor for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the show today is Jake Thomas. Jake is the creator of Golden Hearts and Creator Hooks.I wanted to bring him on because he went from having absolutely no experience in SEO to generating $5k per month in affiliate revenue from hundreds of thousands of visitors. He also studies YouTubers to dissect their thumbnails, titles, content, and what makes their videos great. You'll hear about how to quickly get up to speed with SEO in 2021, how to pick profitable niches, and what YouTubers do better than anyone else.More on Jake:@jthomas__ on TwitterGolden HeartsCreator HooksSponsored by Riverside — It’s what I use to record both my podcasts, Everything Is Marketing and Default Alive, but I was using Riverside long before they became a sponsor. I used to use Zoom until someone interviewed me using Riverside and I knew I had to switch. I love it because they take local recordings on each side, which gives you a reliable connection and the highest quality audio and video tracks. Separate HD recordings, an iOS app, automatic transcription… It’s made specifically for podcasters. Folks like Guy Raz from How I Built This, Courtland Allen from Indie Hackers, and even Hillary Clinton uses it if you can believe it. Check them out and all the other features they have at riverside.fm🙌 Thank Jake for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the show today is Jeff Sheldon. Jeff is the founder of Ugmonk, which creates products that combine form and function.I wanted to bring him on because Jeff is a fantastic designer that has an eye for detail, he's one of the original founders to build in public, and he's managed to build a successful brand without any paid advertising, which is a huge feat in the e-commerce/DTC industry.You'll hear about how and why they launch every product on Kickstarter first, how he uses storytelling to create immersive landing pages, and how to create remarkable products.More on Jeff: Jeff on Twitter Ugmonk.com Mentions:Eames ChairSponsored by SavvyCal — SavvyCal is a new scheduling tool that prioritizes the recipient's scheduling experience. If you’re okay with sending out a generic link that forces the recipient to jump through a few hoops to meet with you, SavvyCal probably won’t be a good fit for you. But if you care about providing an enjoyable experience for anyone booking a meeting with you, they're worth checking out. Create a free account at savvycal.com/eim and also get your first month of a paid account free by using the code EIM.🙌 Thank Jeff for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the show today is Kieran Flanagan. Kieran is the SVP of Marketing at HubSpot where he's building out a new media initiative within the company.I wanted to bring him on because Kieran was at the forefront of putting together the acquisition of The Hustle by HubSpot. They also just launched a podcast network and are heavily investing into YouTube. Kieran is one of the smartest marketing leaders I know and it's fun to watch them innovate at HubSpot.You'll hear about how and why they spent tens of millions of dollars acquiring a media company, his go-to playbook for expanding internationally, and how their marketing has evolved as the product evolved from just a marketing automation tool to a full suite CRM for marketing, sales, support, and operations.More on Kieran: Kieran on Twitter kieranflanagan.io Mentions: The Hustle HubSpot Podcast Network Product Channel Fit Will Make or Break Your Growth Strategy Reform Sponsored by SavvyCal — SavvyCal is a new scheduling tool that prioritizes the recipient's scheduling experience. If you’re okay with sending out a generic link that forces the recipient to jump through a few hoops to meet with you, SavvyCal probably won’t be a good fit for you. But if you care about providing an enjoyable experience for anyone booking a meeting with you, they're worth checking out. Create a free account at savvycal.com/eim and also get your first month of a paid account free by using the code EIM.🙌 Thank Kieran for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the show today is Nick Wignall. Nick is a psychologist, writer, teacher, and podcaster.I wanted to bring him on because Nick is one of the top publishers on Medium and one of the more successful creators I know. Over the years through consistent writing, he now gets hundreds of thousands of visitors to his blog every month and has tens of thousands of email subscribers.You'll hear about how he built his audience from scratch, how he's able to write and produce content so prolifically day after day, and the challenges with marketing a psychology practice.More on Nick:Nick on Twitternickwignall.comMentions:Tom KueglerMichael ThompsonSponsored by SavvyCal — SavvyCal is a new scheduling tool that prioritizes the recipient's scheduling experience. If you’re okay with sending out a generic link that forces the recipient to jump through a few hoops to meet with you, SavvyCal probably won’t be a good fit for you. But if you care about providing an enjoyable experience for anyone booking a meeting with you, they're worth checking out. Create a free account at savvycal.com/eim and also get your first month of a paid account free by using the code EIM.🙌 Thank Nick for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the show today is Paige Doherty. Paige is the founding partner at Behind Genius Ventures and the author of Seed to Harvest. Behind Genius Ventures is a "Gen Z Fund" that invests in early-stage startups. Seed to Harvest is an illustrated book that explains venture capital in a way that even kids can understand. I wanted to bring her on because she raised an entire fund primarily through Twitter, which really showcases the power of an audience.You'll hear about how she helped kickstart the viral EyeMouthEye 👁👄👁 movement, her cold email outreach that's led to getting in contact with influential and famous people around the nation, and what she's seeing in her portfolio of early-stage SaaS companies.More on Paige: Paige on Twitter Seed to Harvest Behind Genius Ventures Mentions: Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey SoundCloud Bible Sponsored by SavvyCal — SavvyCal is a new scheduling tool that prioritizes the recipient's scheduling experience. If you’re okay with sending out a generic link that forces the recipient to jump through a few hoops to meet with you, SavvyCal probably won’t be a good fit for you. But if you care about providing an enjoyable experience for anyone booking a meeting with you, they're worth checking out. Create a free account at savvycal.com/eim and also get your first month of a paid account free by using the code EIM.🙌 Thank Paige for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the show today is Kevin Smith. Kevin is the founder and managing partner at SmashBrand where he works with CPG brands on packaging, branding, and launching.I wanted to bring them on because after launching and growing several of his own globally distributed CPG brands with combined revenue over $40M, Kevin discovered his true passion for brand strategy and creative direction. He's worked with high-level clients like Kraft Heinz, Duracell, 7-Eleven, and PayPal.You'll hear about his 4 step process to get every CPG brand to $2M+/yr, how to establish differentiation in a crowded market, and how they test colors, copy, and design to craft high-converting packaging.More on Kevin: Kevin on LinkedIn smashbrand.com Mentions:Building Distinctive Brand AssetsSponsored by SavvyCal — SavvyCal is a new scheduling tool that prioritizes the recipient's scheduling experience. If you’re okay with sending out a generic link that forces the recipient to jump through a few hoops to meet with you, SavvyCal probably won’t be a good fit for you. But if you care about providing an enjoyable experience for anyone booking a meeting with you, they're worth checking out. Create a free account at savvycal.com/eim and also get your first month of a paid account free by using the code EIM.🙌 Thank Kevin for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the show today is Dave Schools. Dave is the first employee and Head of Marketing at Hopin. This is a bit of a different episode because Dave and I actually recorded this on a Twitter Space so the audio quality isn't ideal, but sometimes it's fun to have the raw audio. In fact, you might even hear some lightning!I wanted to bring him on because Hopin is one of the fastest-growing SaaS companies of all time. It's rare to hear the story of that growth from someone who is not the founder but was also in marketing. Dave is also just a fascinating guy with a huge breadth of experience.You'll hear about the companies Dave started before joining Hopin, why he's bullish on Medium and how he created one of the top publications called Entrepreneur's Handbook, and our banter on relevant topics today.More on Dave: Dave on Twitter hopin.com Mentions:Entrepreneur's HandbookSponsored by SavvyCal — SavvyCal is a new scheduling tool that prioritizes the recipient's scheduling experience. If you’re okay with sending out a generic link that forces the recipient to jump through a few hoops to meet with you, SavvyCal probably won’t be a good fit for you. But if you care about providing an enjoyable experience for anyone booking a meeting with you, they're worth checking out. Create a free account at savvycal.com/eim and also get your first month of a paid account free by using the code EIM.🙌 Thank Dave for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the show today is Cathryn Lavery. Cathryn is the co-founder and CEO of BestSelf, which went from zero to 8-figures in less than two years. I wanted to bring her on because she's successfully crowdfunded four products and they won Shopify’s Build a Business Competition in 2016 and the Build a BIGGER Business competition in 2017 — making BestSelf the only company to win both awards consecutively.You'll hear about how she played Monopoly with Shark Tank investor Daymond John, forged partnerships with TikTok creators, and the campaigns that have worked surprisingly well and the ones that have flopped.More on Cathryn: Cathryn on Twitter bestself.co Mentions: Persuasion Deck The Always Pan Sponsored by SavvyCal — SavvyCal is a new scheduling tool that prioritizes the recipient's scheduling experience. If you’re okay with sending out a generic link that forces the recipient to jump through a few hoops to meet with you, SavvyCal probably won’t be a good fit for you. But if you care about providing an enjoyable experience for anyone booking a meeting with you, they're worth checking out. Create a free account at savvycal.com/eim and also get your first month of a paid account free by using the code EIM.🙌 Thank Cathryn for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the show today is Jordan O'Connor. Jordan is the founder of Closet Tools, a web app that helps Poshmark sellers.I wanted to bring him on because Jordan has an inspirational story going from hundreds of thousands of dollars in student loan debt to making over $40k per month as the solo founder of a software company.You'll hear about how just 5 blog posts drive the majority of the traffic and revenue for Closet Tools, the strategies he used to get his first users, and how he thinks about platform risk.More on Jordan: Jordan on Twitter Closet Tools Sponsored by SavvyCal — SavvyCal is a new scheduling tool that prioritizes the recipient's scheduling experience. If you’re okay with sending out a generic link that forces the recipient to jump through a few hoops to meet with you, SavvyCal probably won’t be a good fit for you. But if you care about providing an enjoyable experience for anyone booking a meeting with you, they're worth checking out. Create a free account at savvycal.com/eim and also get your first month of a paid account free by using the code EIM.🙌 Thank Jordan for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the show today is Melanie Deziel. Melanie is the Director of Content at Foundation and author of The Content Fuel Framework. She is an international keynote speaker and is recognized as one of the world's leading experts in native advertising and branded content. I wanted to bring her on because Melanie worked on content creation for The New York Times’s T Brand Studio, helped found the HuffPost Partner Studio, and served as the Director of Creative Strategy for Time Inc’s portfolio of 35+ media properties. She also served as an Expert in Residence at Gary Vaynerchuk’s BRaVe Ventures. Melanie knows content.You'll hear about the 10 different focuses of content that resonate and how to tailor them across 10 different formats, how to generate unlimited content ideas, and unique ways to repurpose your content.More on Melanie: Melanie on Twitter Content Fuel Framework Sponsored by SavvyCal — SavvyCal is a new scheduling tool that prioritizes the recipient's scheduling experience. If you’re okay with sending out a generic link that forces the recipient to jump through a few hoops to meet with you, SavvyCal probably won’t be a good fit for you. But if you care about providing an enjoyable experience for anyone booking a meeting with you, they're worth checking out. Create a free account at savvycal.com/eim and also get your first month of a paid account free by using the code EIM.🙌 Thank Melanie for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the show today is Benjamin Shapiro. Benjamin is the host of The Martech Podcast and the Voices of Search podcast.I wanted to bring him on because he just joined the HubSpot Podcast Network with his podcast and has one of the top marketing podcasts in the space.You'll hear about the surprising growth hacks he used at eBay to get distribution into millions of computers, how marketing differs at bootstrapped businesses vs VC-backed startups, and how his podcast gets hundreds of thousands of downloads per month.More on Benjamin: Benjamin on Twitter martechpod.com voicesofsearch.com Sponsored by SavvyCal — SavvyCal is a new scheduling tool that prioritizes the recipient's scheduling experience. If you’re okay with sending out a generic link that forces the recipient to jump through a few hoops to meet with you, SavvyCal probably won’t be a good fit for you. But if you care about providing an enjoyable experience for anyone booking a meeting with you, they're worth checking out. Create a free account at savvycal.com/eim and also get your first month of a paid account free by using the code EIM.🙌 Thank Ben for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the show today are Daniel Mitchell & Andrew Gazdecki. Daniel runs Sold Stock, a Shopify app that he bought on MicroAcquire with the funding and help of Andrew Gazdecki, the founder of MicroAcquire.I wanted to bring them on because it's really a once-in-a-lifetime story. Andrew Gazdecki, Shaan Puri, and a group of investors gave Daniel $100k to buy a startup. It all started with a half-joking tweet and after interviewing a slew of potential operators, Andrew and Shaan chose Daniel.You'll hear about how they came to the decision to buy Sold Stock among the other SaaS apps for sale, how they plan on growing it, and what they're doing week by week to make progress on the app.More on Mitchell & Andrew: Daniel on Twitter Andrew on Twitter SoldStock.io MicroAcquire.com Sponsored by SavvyCal — SavvyCal is a new scheduling tool that prioritizes the recipient's scheduling experience. If you’re okay with sending out a generic link that forces the recipient to jump through a few hoops to meet with you, SavvyCal probably won’t be a good fit for you. But if you care about providing an enjoyable experience for anyone booking a meeting with you, they're worth checking out. Create a free account at savvycal.com/eim and also get your first month of a paid account free by using the code EIM.🙌 Thank Dan & Andrew for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs. ★ Support this podcast ★
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Lily

"nothing is true, everything is grey"

Mar 7th
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