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    The Powerful Man Show
    Revisit: What Is Like To be In A Relationship With Me?

    The Powerful Man Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 13:56


    Episode #527 Do you know what it's like to be in a relationship with you? Think about that for a moment. Unless you have asked your loved ones or they have told you...we don't actually know what it is like to be in a relationship with us. Oftentimes we think we are showing up in one way, but in reality, a completely different energy is present. In this episode, Tim and Doug will talk about what their loved ones have to say to the question of "What is it like to be in a relationship with them?". The answers typically hold the goldmine to the deep inner work we get to do to experience a massive transformation.  If you want to make a change in your life, this episode is a great start....all you have to do is press play! Don't let this precious time where you're just at home with your wife pass by without asking and reflecting on this magic question. ————- Hungry for more? Head over to our BONUS page for special access to some of the deeper tactics and techniques we've developed at The Powerful Man.

    Play It Again Man
    Episode 32: I'm Gonna Git You Sucka!

    Play It Again Man

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 54:36


    The Guys Sure are Hungry. Jason and Steven talk a bygone era of comedy, the origins of Nickleback, and much more. Todays Session of Play It Again Man Presents Episode 32: I'm Gonna Git You Sucka! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

    LinkedIn Ads Show
    Is it Time to Fire Your LinkedIn Ads Agency? - Ep 66

    LinkedIn Ads Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 17:41


    Show Resources Here were the resources we covered in the episode: Episode on average benchmarks to shoot for Episode on boosting posts Episode on segmentation NEW LinkedIn Learning course about LinkedIn Ads by AJ Wilcox Contact us at Podcast@B2Linked.com with ideas for what you'd like AJ to cover.   Show Transcript Is it time to fire your agency that's managing your LinkedIn Ads? I'm going to walk you through what your agency should be doing on this week's episode of the LinkedIn Ads show. Welcome to the LinkedIn Ads show. Here's your host, AJ Wilcox. Hey there LinkedIn Ads fanatics. Because we run a LinkedIn Ads agency, we really get a front row seat into the tactics and management that other agencies are doing for their clients. We get to audit their accounts and take over accounts that they used to manage. We also realize that not everyone is able to work with us. So in this episode, we're going to be covering a lot of what expert management of a LinkedIn Ads account looks like. And of course, if you're an agency, and you're not doing some of these things, take the advice to heart and see if you can improve. A lot of these things are hard lessons that we ourselves have learned over time, and we've even lost clients over. So we're holding ourselves just as accountable to the standards, as well as you and we're trying to always improve. We've certainly learned from some bar mistakes. And that's what this episode is all about. And we hope that this will help you better evaluate the service that you're getting, so that you can get it elevated. And of course, if you're not an agency, if you're managing your LinkedIn Ads strategy in house, I do hope that you'll get some value from this about how you can improve your own strategy as well. And if you think we missed anything here, let us know in the comments, or shoot us an email so that we can include it in future episodes. First in the news, I got an interesting email from LinkedIn this week that was titled Inaccurate Engagement Reporting for your LinkedIn Video Ads. It says between December 2021, and January 2022, we discovered and fixed an issue that may have affected some metrics for sponsored video ads. Due to a technical error, you may have also viewed inaccurate campaign data for the timeframe of September 23 2021 to November first 2021, we recommend that you consider generating a new report for more accurate metrics. So this is really interesting, what it looks like LinkedIn did is they noticed that there were some over reporting going on in their campaigns. We've seen the same thing from Facebook, so this isn't a huge surprise. But they've now corrected it. And if you've already generated that data, you can go back to those time periods and regenerate your reporting. This happened to probably eight different accounts that we were managing during that time period. So you may want to go take a look at your ad account and see if you had some missed reporting happening during that time as well. We also noticed this week that LinkedIn's new navigation features are back, it doesn't look like anything changed. They took it off the market for a little bit and now it's back on. If you notice any changes, feel free to let us know, but it looks pretty similar to us. Okay, that's it for the news. Let's hit it. From my experience, there aren't very many add professionals out there with a lot of experience in LinkedIn specifically. And LinkedIn is very much a different beast, it appears quite similar to Facebook in a lot of regards, but the strategies are totally different. So in this first section, I'm going to be sharing a lot of the qualitative nature of maybe how you can feel out how experienced your ad manager is, there are a lot of questions that you can ask and just gauge from their response, how adept they are at it. And I should mention that everyone has to start somewhere. And I'm not saying that you shouldn't work with someone who doesn't have a ton of experience. But I would just hope that you would ensure that you're not paying premium rates for less than premium service. If someone is just dipping their toe in the waters and learning LinkedIn ads, you shouldn't be getting charged rates that are maybe for experienced agencies. First off, you can ask them about their experience on the platform, and just get a very direct answer from them, how many accounts they've managed, how much spend, how long they've been on it. Listen for how they talk about general strategy, how do they talk about how they utilize LinkedIn as different ad objectives? Or how they think about the different ad types? How do they use them strategically? Or how do they use them in tandem with your goals? A really big one is how do they talk about bidding and budgeting? Because those things are really crucial in getting low costs from LinkedIn. Because the network is already so expensive, it's really important to make sure that you're getting the best costs possible. How do they talk about different offers? Do they take a one size fits all kind of approach? Or do they work with you to strategically select offers, and they have a scientific approach to that level of testing? Find out what resources they use to stay educated. Obviously, if they're listening to this podcast, that's a great indicator they care enough to stay up on a topic and dive in really deep, but find out what other types of resources they're including and they're using. It's also good if they're doing their own testing on other ad accounts to try to learn, but obviously, you may not want to be an agency's guinea pig as they're testing new strategies that aren't proven. You might want to ask them about how often they refresh ad creative, and how often they do new ad launches, how they determine when something is old and saturated, and now needs to be replaced? Do you catch them just parroting back what they've heard from LinkedIn? Or did they talk more from experience? And not that it's a bad thing to do what LinkedIn recommends, but if they take all of LinkedIn's advice, they may not have very much experience or done much testing themselves. And then you have to ask yourself, why not just let your LinkedIn account rep do all of the management, if your agency is just taking all of their advice anyway? Here's some things that are more about the marketer themselves. Every time you talk to them, do you learn something new? That could be an indication of how excited they are about their craft? And truly how deep their knowledge base goes? Do you feel like you can trust them? Have they lost any of your trust by maybe flaking out on something they promised to do, but didn't end up doing? Or have they been wrong on something and you've caught them in being wrong? And if you do catch them being incorrect on something, do they freely admit their mistake and take ownership? Are they honest? Are they transparent? I know it's a big deal to me, when I'm working with someone, I don't expect everyone to be perfect. But I do expect that they will own up to a mistake. If every time you talk to someone about something that has happened wrong, and it's always someone else's fault. It's always someone else's problem. They always have a great excuse for why they didn't play a part in that, that's a good sign that you've got someone who isn't willing to admit their own mistakes. And I lose respect very quickly for those kinds of people who can't admit when they're wrong. Are they constantly giving recommendations for ways to improve the account? And how about the attention they provide to you? Do they take a long time to reply? Do you get short answers or answers that feel like they didn't really read your email? These could be a signal that you're not really a valuable client to them. And maybe it's because your account is maybe on the smaller end of what they usually manage. Or maybe they specialize in another platform and LinkedIn Ads is just kind of a bolt on for them. So they can't really give it all that much attention. And of course, we know that an agency can't act like an internal employee. You can't expect an agency to reply immediately and go and do tons of tasks for you like an internal marketer would. The way that the agency model is set up is that account manager usually has multiple accounts, and multiple other clients that they're managing. So we definitely accept the fact that they're not going to act like an internal employee, but we do expect that they're going to give you good responses, good service, and obviously try to respond quickly. Are they constantly coming to you with new thoughts and strategies about the platform? Do they stay up to date on LinkedIn Ads trends and new products that LinkedIn is coming out with? Are they willing to test new things? Or even be the ones suggesting new tests? How ofte are they in communication with you? Do you sometimes go days or weeks without hearing from them? Or do you feel like if you weren't bugging them, would you never hear from them? This one really bothers me. Did someone sell you, but then when it came to actually get started, they pawned you off onto some marketer who has much less experience and maybe they're overburdened and responsible for way too many things or other channels? That feels like a little bit of a bait and switch to me. And during that sales process, I would share hope they are being really upfront about who's actually doing the management. And of course, like we've said, everyone needs to start somewhere. So definitely no knocks on having an entry level person managing an account, but if they're brand new to LinkedIn, and responsible for running Google and Facebook, too, there's no way that they're going to be hyper trained and knowledgeable enough for years. We get around this a little bit because we focus only on LinkedIn Ads. And so it's one channel that we have to train our employees on. So we can get them up to speed much, much faster than if we were trying to train them across multiple channels. How about are they honest about their performance? Do you catch them maybe taking credit for something that occurred on a different channel? Or that someone else did? Did they try to sugarcoat their metrics? And if something isn't working, are they flexible? Can they pivot strategies and think outside the box? Do they seem overly optimistic about performance? Are they trying to sugarcoat like we've talked about, if they're telling you that everything's looking really good, but when you look at it, it doesn't feel like it's doing that great. Maybe they're just trying to keep you as a customer longer by giving you a good report and lulling you into thinking that things are going well, when they may not be. How about how do they handle your concerns? Do they just brush them off? Or do they address them head on? Some marketers like to act arrogant, like you're stupid and that they know what's better? And usually, to me, this feels like a defense mechanism for someone who doesn't feel comfortable managing what they are, and I would hope that you're not being subjected to something like that. Okay. Here's a quick sponsor break, and then we'll dive into the quantitative measures on how you can evaluate your agency. The LinkedIn Ads Show is proudly brought to you by B2Linked.com, the LinkedIn Ads experts. 10:15 We as marketers want to be where our customers are. If you're a B2B company, chances are LinkedIn is the channel that you'll want to be on. But this is a platform that's both expensive and cumbersome by nature. It takes an expert to tame the beast that is LinkedIn Ads. If you want to get the right message to your ideal customer at the lowest possible costs, B2Linked is the agency for you. We've learned the ins and outs of LinkedIn Ads. For the past eight years, we've spent over $150 million on the platform. And we're official LinkedIn partners. So you'll be working with LinkedIn Ads experts from day one. You can apply to work with us on the contact page of B2Linked.com. We'd absolutely love the opportunity to work with you. Alright, let's go ahead and jump into it. What about performance? Are they hitting your goals and getting good performance? One great way of telling this is comparing them with benchmarks to see if they're outperforming or underperforming, what the averages are on the network. To understand the benchmarks, go back and listen to episode 15, where we go really deep into that. If they're below benchmark, which happens because marketing is all about constantly testing. And we never know what's going to work and what won't. But if it's below average, are they making optimizations and trying to get them above. LinkedIn doesn't have a change history like Google does. So you can't go in and see how many changes or how often changes are happening in the account. But at least if you see real effort, that could be a clue that you've got someone good working on your account. Is your click traffic or your leads, actually, within your ideal customer persona? There's a lot of tools that LinkedIn gives us to be able to narrow down your lead quality, and make sure it's the very, very best leads that you're bringing in. So if you're seeing a lot of low quality leads, or people outside of your ideal persona coming through in your leads, and they're not doing anything about it, that may be a clue that they don't totally know what they're doing. You'd certainly want to see them going in and actively adding exclusions and trimming audience targeting down to adjust and make sure you're getting the very best. What about this? Are they invested in performance further down the funnel? Or are they focused just on the front end data that they can get from campaign manager? This is a little bit challenging, because a lot of marketers aren't technical enough. They're maybe not super skilled at CRMs, or Excel, but if they're not technical enough to blend the front end data from LinkedIn campaign manager, and the back end data from your CRM, maybe they've got an internal resource that they could bring who is able to do that. You just want to make sure they're not leaving you high and dry, or saying something like, well, that's not possible when it actually is. What about what features they're using? You could ask if they're using audience expansion, that is immediately a red flag that they probably don't know what they're doing, because I've never seen a case where audience expansion performed well. Are they using lead gen forms? Lead gen forms generally have a much higher conversion rate, but sales will talk about them, resulting in a lower quality lead. So it's very worth comparing between lead gen forms and landing pages. If they've just defaulted to one and they haven't asked you about the other, then that could be a red flag. Or they asking about getting access to your CRM, or being able to report from the data in your CRM. That is super important on LinkedIn. If they only boost posts, that could be a clue that they are really experienced in Facebook, but don't really know LinkedIn all that well. Go back and listen to episode 51 all about boosting posts. What about the bidding method that they're using? If they're only using the defaults for anything, that could be a clue that they don't really know what they're doing. We found that if click through rate is really good max delivery is the best way to bid. Most of the time click through rates are in that position where it's actually better to pay by cost per click. And if they're only using one bid type, that could be a clue that they don't know what they're doing. What about the targeting? Are they targeting too broadly? Do they have multiple job functions or multiple types of personas, all lumped in one, same campaign? Go back and listen to the last episode, Episode 65, all about segmentation. Also look at your audience sizes. If every audience is over about 150,000 people, generally that tells me they don't have a solid targeting strategy. So that's worth looking at for sure. Do they do all of their analysis inside of campaign manager? Or do they pull data out into Excel or some other dashboard where they can get a deeper look? There are a lot of insights that you can only get by bringing the data into a different platform. So I hope they are. Here's a really big one for me. There are a lot of agencies that won't actually give the client access to the LinkedIn Ads account. That lack of transparency really bothers me as a marketer, because they could be doing things like misreporting, lying to you about what your data is doing, or telling you certain costs, but then adding a markup on there, which you may not want to be paying. If you do have access to the account, and I really hope you do, you can do a little bit of analysis yourself and see do your numbers that you see match up with what the agency is showing you. That could be a great way to compare and see if they're being totally transparent and honest. So I hope these were helpful and understanding what your agency should be doing, or at least could be doing. And certainly, I hope it's helpful for you internal marketers to help you manage your own account better. Is there anything that you look for that we might have missed? Shoot us an email or leave us a comment? We'd absolutely love to include it in a future episode. All right, I've got the episode resources for you coming right up. So stick around. Thank you for listening to the LinkedIn Ads Show. Hungry for more? AJ Wilcox, take it away. 16:12 All right down in the show notes, you'll see links to Episode 15 that's all about benchmarks. So you can compare your performance and see how you're actually doing. Episode 51 we do a call out to and it's all about boosting posts so make sure you listen to that one. If that's something that you're curious about. I also just barely mentioned the episode on segmentation. It was the most recent episode, you've probably listened to it if you're listening to this one. But if not go back and listen to it. It's definitely one of the ones that you'll need to listen to. If you're trying to learn more about LinkedIn Ads. Or if you have a colleague who is, go check out the course that I did on LinkedIn Learning. The link is right down in the show notes and it is by far the highest quality course and the course with the lowest cost out there for LinkedIn Ads right now. So check that one out and look down at your podcast player right now. If you're not already subscribed to this podcast, hit that subscribe button. We'd love to have you around next episode. And please do go leave us a review. We absolutely love to hear from you. We get emails all the time from you about what you're learning from the podcast and what you're getting out of it. Please go leave those in the reviews so other people get the news about what they should be learning as well. With any questions, future topics or feedback to the show, email us at Podcast@B2Linked.com. And with that being said, we'll see you back here next week. Cheering you on in your LinkedIn Ads initiatives.

    Business of Bouffe
    Bouchées Doubles #06 | Constance (Hungry Consti) - Madagascar Avec la participation d'Arthur

    Business of Bouffe

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 19:09


    Dans ce nouvel épisode, Armelle reçoit Constance Lasserre, aka Hungry Consti. Car Constance a faim, et elle partage ses expériences gourmandes avec ses 75k followers sur IG. En route pour un food tour franco-malgache, guidé par l'influenceuse / comédienne / chanteuse.

    Breakups and Relationships With Coach Craig Kenneth
    Hungry for Love (The Connection of Food, Eating Disorders, and Relationships)

    Breakups and Relationships With Coach Craig Kenneth

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 10:16


    In this episode, we discuss eating disorders and their impact on relationships. If you or a partner have been diagnosed with an eating disorder, or if you struggle with food-related issues, this episode is for you. Note: This is not intended to be a replacement for mental health treatment. Please seek local mental health services for treatment of medical and mental conditions. Check us out on YouTube: Coach Craig Kenneth Get Craig's help personally: https://www.askcraig.net/take-action/ Get Margaret's help: https://www.askcraig.net/margaret-1/ Get Victoria's help: https://www.askcraig.net/victoria Craig's workbook series: https://www.askcraig.net/workbooks-1/ Get Started on the Creative Healing Course: https://courses.askcraig.net/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coach-craig-kenneth/support

    The Powerful Man Show
    What To Do When Change Is Daunting

    The Powerful Man Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 20:57


    Episode #526 Why is it difficult for most people to change? Are you familiar with the book entitled "Who Moved My Cheese?"  The nature of change is constant because it is always happening in life. It's time to step up, choose your hard and choose the one that eventually gets you to a better place.  In this episode, we're talking about why most people don't like change and what you can do to make a wiser decision in life. __________ Hungry for more? Head over to our Bonus page for special access to some of the deeper tactics and techniques we've developed at The Powerful Man.

    Hungry In Kentucky
    Pizzazz Pizza

    Hungry In Kentucky

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 60:22


    Hello, ya little soda pops! On episode 81 of HINKY, the gang really digs into how hot it's been over the past couple of weeks. Hell would be hot up here! Anyways, we also talk about some other stuff as well. Carrie and Sara hit up a new (to us) restaurant, Sara visits Mirror Twin for the 80th time, and Renee is getting a bunch of 5k races under her belt. We talk about some of the events going on around town, plus we have another installment of our new segment the HINKY History Lesson. We round out this one with some tasty snacks and a special drink from super fan Amy, and we definitely had a good time with it. What did we think of all that stuff? Listen up to find out! Find us wherever you find podcasts! Social media: Hungry in Kentucky: New episodes every other Wednesday Twitter and IG @hungryinky Bluegrass Bourbon and Eats: Facebook and IG @bluegrassbourbonandeats Twitter @bbandeats Girls Beer Sports: New episodes every Monday Facebook and IG @girlsbeersports Twitter @grlsbeersports Bluegrass Bourbon and Eats is also a blog! Read our posts at bbandeats.com

    Moment of Um
    Why are there holes in Swiss cheese?

    Moment of Um

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 3:35


    Have you noticed that there's a kind of cheese that's holier than all the rest? Swiss! Why does it have all those holes anyway? We asked Jenny Eastwood of Small Goods to help us answer this delicious question.Hungry for some answers? Send your questions to BrainsOn.org/contact, and we'll briepare an answer justfor you.

    Curiosity Daily
    Hungry Plants, Concussion Confusion, An Alzheimer's Theory

    Curiosity Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 13:37


    Today, you'll learn about how carnivorous plants evolved from their more peaceful ancestors, how there's an apparent difference in the frequency and severity of head injuries between male and female athletes, and about a new theory regarding the cause of Alzheimer's.Plants that eat flesh?“How Carnivorous Plants Evolved” by Stephanie Painhttps://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/how-carnivorous-plants-evolved-180979697/“Adapted to kill: How the pitcher plant traps its prey” by Alun Salthttps://botany.one/2013/10/adapted-kill-pitcher-plant-traps-prey/Male and female concussions are not the same.“Why Sports Concussions are Worse for Women” by Katharine Sandersonhttps://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-02089-2“Sports-Related Concussions in Female Athletes: A Systematic Review” by Neil McGroarty, Symone Brown, and Mary Mulcaheyhttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7366411/Hope for Alzheimer's research.“A New Hypothesis for Alzheimer's Disease: The Lipid Invasion Model” by Jonathan D'Arcy Rudgehttps://content.iospress.com/articles/journal-of-alzheimers-disease-reports/adr210299“Alzheimer's brain barrier damage theory proposed” By University of Readinghttps://www.reading.ac.uk/news/2022/Research-News/Alzheimers-Disease-lipid-invasion-theory“New hypothesis argues leaky blood-brain barrier triggers Alzheimer's” By Rich Haridyhttps://newatlas.com/science/new-hypothesis-alzheimers-disease-blood-brain-barrier-lipid-invasion/Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to get smarter with Calli and Nate — for free! Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers.Find episode transcripts here: https://curiosity-daily-4e53644e.simplecast.com/episodes/hungry-plants-concussion-confusion-an-alzheimers-theory

    Dave & Jenn in the Morning
    It's Hungry for Hoops Day 6/21/22

    Dave & Jenn in the Morning

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 3:23


    It's Hungry for Hoops Day

    The Powerful Man Show
    Bringing Sexiness Back Into The House

    The Powerful Man Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 24:02


    Episode #525 Do you feel sexy when you're putting her first? Does your wife feel sexy when she walks into your bedroom?  If you're in a situation where your relationship isn't so sexy anymore, then it's time to upgrade yourself because there's nothing sexier than a man who pushes himself to be better.    In this episode, you will learn why you should stop being a nice guy and what to do to help your wife feel sexy again. __________ Hungry for more? Head over to our Bonus page for special access to some of the deeper tactics and techniques we've developed at The Powerful Man.

    Probing Ancient Aliens
    Hungry For Skinwalker Ranch - S2E7: 'Can You Dig It?'

    Probing Ancient Aliens

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 82:45


    "HUNGRY FOR SKINWALKER RANCH": presented by Probing Ancient Aliens! The crew digs...and digs...and digs...and digs. This action packed episode proves you CAN have too much of a good thing. Just because we've been hungry for some real momentum doesn't mean we want an entire episode of holes, poles and dirt! Support the show at: PATREON.COM/PROBINGANCIENTALIENS - for exclusive podcasts every month! BLACKHOLESUPPLYCOMPANY.COM - for Probing Ancient Aliens merch and Disc Golf discs and apparel - Now with a physical location inside Cape and Cowl Collectibles in Orange County, CA! (9525 Garfield Ave C, Fountain Valley, CA 92708)

    The Basics With Beth
    Reinvent with Special Guest Phil Cooke

    The Basics With Beth

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 27:24


    Hungry for more? We've got the table set for you. Visit thebasicswithbeth.com to binge the basics on your favorite platforms: podcasts, YouTube, online bible courses, books and more.

    This Week in Geopolitics
    Forget ‘hungry'. Someone's gonna starve

    This Week in Geopolitics

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 62:30


    In today's episode we talk about, Ethiopia getting accused of committing extrajudicial killings and what the ramifications of this allegation may be if true or false. Then we'll chat about Israel making overtures to Turkey and observable signs that Israel is slowly waking up to the changing power dynamic between them and Iran. Lastly we're gonna go over some of the numbers regarding Russian and Ukrainian grain exports to get an idea of their significance and try to understand why more people are voicing fears of a potential famine caused by the Russo-Ukrainian War. All that and more! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/haisean/support

    Humble and Hungry with Natalie Puche
    57. Home Sweet Home with Riley Huddleston

    Humble and Hungry with Natalie Puche

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 59:28


    Happy Tuesday friends, please welcome back to the show, Riley Huddleston. We are recording our first episode in our new home and oh does it feel so good. Riley and I chat about our renovation and an amazing Contractor. In addition we get in to the passcode drama that was discussed on last week's Patreon episode. To get the full effect, you'll want to subscribe on Patreon to get the scoop! Enjoy the show! LAST WEEK we launch our much anticipated Patreon account, the new home of our supporter community The Humble Hive: Home of The Humble Bs. Check my stories on Instagram or www.nateliepuche.com to sign up now! _____ Become on of my first Humble Bs to receive exclusive content only on Patreon! - Head over to this link starting Wednesday, June 15 - https://podcast.nataliepuche.com/patreon Subscribe to my exclusive Newsletter, The Weekly Huddle here for my top tips and lifestyle recommendations! - https://podcast.nataliepuche.com/theweeklyhuddle THIS WEEK'S SPONSORS ORGANIFI > Go to www.organifi.com and use code HUMBLE for 15% off any item in the store ISSUE > Use promo code HUMBLE at checkout for your FREE account or 50% off your premium account. www.issuu.com/podcast FABRIC > Protect your family's financial future with Fabric. Apply today in just 10 minutes at www.meetfabric.com/HUMBLE Are you a business or brand and want to participate in our giveaway or sponsor the show? Contact us at www.nataliepuche.com. - Follow Natalie Puche on Instagram at @nataliepuche. - “Talkaholic” - Humble & Hungry Podcast theme song provided by: Producer/Engineer: Heather Baker  Vocalist and Musical Performance: Moa Munoz Mixer: Alexia Stratton - Humble & Hungry with Natalie Puche is edited & produced in partnership with Andy Lara at www.andylikeswords.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Father Matthew Wiering Podcast
    Corpus Christi: A Winstock-Sized Crowd is Hungry in Body and Soul

    Father Matthew Wiering Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 10:23


    Today's Gospel finds Jesus with a huge crowd of people, and he miraculously provides for their physical hunger. At Mass we see how Jesus miraculously provides not for our physical hunger but rather for our spiritual need. As Jesus satisfied the empty bellies of the people, in the Eucharist he heals and fills the broken hearts of those who approach him with faith.

    All Seven Days
    I'm Hungry Mother

    All Seven Days

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 35:37


    Bradley joins us to talk through past episodes. #ReHash #AllSevenDays #Spiritual #Conversation #Questions #Answers #Biblical #Ask #Podcast #Theology #Christian --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/allsevendays/support

    Fuel Her Awesome: Food Freedom, Body Love, Intuitive Eating & Nutrition Coaching
    ”I Don't Know If I Am Hungry (OR FULL)!!” How To Use Biofeedback To Choose The Right Diet For You!

    Fuel Her Awesome: Food Freedom, Body Love, Intuitive Eating & Nutrition Coaching

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 25:16


    How many of you don't know if you are full? Maybe you don't feel hungry? Or perhaps you are hungry ALL the time?    The world of biofeedback is invaluable. When we know what to look for and how to interpret the data, it helps us become empowered eaters! In today's episode, we are breaking down the details of biofeedback and how to use it to identify the right dietary changes for you! Because just like health is personal, so is your nutrition. And there is nothing better to guide your changes than your own body.  To help you with this process I am having a FLASH SALE on Food Foundations! Enter "SUMMERSTEAL" through June 30th for $100 off!  Wishing you all a fabulous end of the month! Cheers, and happy eating!  Jess 

    Design Thinking Games
    025: Lonely Hero Games

    Design Thinking Games

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 32:29


    Listen now (32 min) | Narrowly escaping the asteroid field, our heroes are joined by space adventurers Christopher Kincaid and Jared Kaplan of Lonely Hero Games. The four explore designing games and starting a game design studio. Read the transcript. Games discussed on this episode: 17:44 Codenames 17:48 5 Minute Mystery 18:21 Bank Heist 18:45 Hungry for Humans Support the show on Patreon! Follow us on Twitter @DTGamesPodcast. Follow us on TikTok @designthinkinggames. Subscribe on Twitch at DesignThinkingGames. Tim Broadwater is @uxbear on Twitter. Michael Schofield is @schoeyfield on Twitter. Send us stuff, contact us, get merch, news, and more at https://designthinkinggames.com/

    Well... That’s Interesting
    In-Betweeni 091: EXTREMELY Hungry Brown Bears + The Only Bird Known To Impale Prey

    Well... That’s Interesting

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 32:55


    These gorgeous animals woke up and chose violence. Join us for 2 impressive species that even made researchers say Damn. --- Love the show and wanna show some love? Venmo Tip Jar: @WellThatsInteresting Instagram: @wellthatsinterestingpod Twitter: @wti_pod Oh, BTW. You're interesting. Email us YOUR facts, stories, experiences... Nothing is too big or too small. We'll read it on the show: wellthatsinterestingpod@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wellthatsinteresting/support

    Christ Church (Moscow, ID)
    Authentic Ministry #2

    Christ Church (Moscow, ID)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 38:35


    INTRODUCTION As the people of God, we are partakers of Christ's sufferings. Because of this, we are partakers of one another's sufferings. And because of that, we are partakers in one another's comforts. But in order to receive the comfort that we ought to receive, the apostle's doctrine here requires some unpacking. THE TEXT “Blessed be God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies, and the God of all comfort; Who comforteth us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God. For as the sufferings of Christ abound in us, so our consolation also aboundeth by Christ. And whether we be afflicted, it is for your consolation and salvation, which is effectual in the enduring of the same sufferings which we also suffer: or whether we be comforted, it is for your consolation and salvation. And our hope of you is stedfast, knowing, that as ye are partakers of the sufferings, so shall ye be also of the consolation” (2 Cor. 1:3–7). SUMMARY OF THE TEXT This is a passage that is saturated in comfort. Paul begins by blessing God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ (v. 3). By way of apposition, this God is called the Father of mercies and the God of all comfort (v. 3). As the God of all comfort, the Father comforts Paul and his company so that they might be able to pass on that comfort to those who are in any kind of trouble (v. 4). The comfort that is passed on is explicitly identified as the comfort that was received (v. 4). It is the same comfort. Paul then says that as the sufferings of Christ abound, so also his consolations abound (v. 5). Paul then presents a very interesting line of thought. If the apostolic band is afflicted, it is for the Corinthians' “consolation and salvation.” If the apostolic band is comforted, that too is for the Corinthians' “consolation and salvation” (v. 6). This can work because the afflictions and the comforts are the same for Paul and for the Corinthians (v. 6). Paul's hope concerning the Corinthians was therefore steadfast, because as they were partakers of the suffering, they would also be partakers of the consolation (v. 7). THE RABBINICAL BLESSING In the first century, the first of the nineteen synagogue blessings began this way: “Blessed art thou, O Lord our God and God of our fathers, God of Abraham, God of Isaac, and God of Jacob . . .” He is also called the Father of mercies. What Paul is doing is taking those words and recasting them in order to rejoice in God as the God of all comfort. This recast synagogue blessing also appears elsewhere (Eph. 1:3; 1 Pet 1:3). Remember that Paul is dealing with some Judaizing adversaries here, and so he is showing Christ as the fulfillment of the Old Testament, not a continuation of it. Simeon and Anna both were waiting for the consolation of Israel (Luke 2:25). The Messiah Christ was the promised comfort of Israel (Is. 40-66). This sets the stage for the comfort that Paul is talking about. It is an explicitly Christiancomfort. PRESENCE OF COMFORT This short passage accounts for about one third of all the New Testament references to comfort. The word is used here in both noun and verb forms, and it is a peculiar kind of gospel comfort. We are servants of the suffering servant, after all, and a servant is not greater than his master (John 13:16; 15:20). A few verses earlier (John 15:18), John says that if the world hates us, we should know that it hated Christ first. In the verses immediately following in this chapter, Paul records his gratitude at being delivered from a deadly peril in Asia (2 Cor. 1:8-11), which we will get to soon enough. But he was also greatly encouraged by the good news that Titus had brought back from Corinth (2 Cor. 7:6-7). The revolt at Corinth had been quelled, and Paul was comforted in that as well. AUTHENTIC MINISTRY The charge against Paul is that he must not be a genuine apostle. How could he be? If he had been a genuine apostle, he wouldn't be getting into so much trouble, would he? And certainly, by any reasonable measurement, the apostle Paul appeared to be genuinely snake bit. He lived on the lip of perpetual death—“For we who live are always delivered to death for Jesus' sake, that the life of Jesus also may be manifested in our mortal flesh” (2 Cor. 4:11, NKJV). This was a ministry that was constantly on hairpin turns at high speeds on two wheels. That's right. Authentic ministry careening down Rattlesnake Grade. What had Paul endured? He goes into it in depth later in this epistle (2 Cor. 11:23-30).  Flogged five times. Beaten with rods three times. Stoned. Shipwrecked. Hungry and thirsty, cold and naked. Jail time in various places. Should we put all this in the glossy prospectus that we send out to prospective donors? If you were on a pastoral search committee, what would you do with an application like this? If you were looking for a spokesman for your church, is this the man you would send out to the cameras? THAT OLD DEVIL RESPECTABILITY If we are biblical Christians, we should always want to maintain in our own ministries the same tensions that were in evidence in biblical ministries. On the one hand, we are told that an elder must have a good reputation with outsiders (1 Tim. 3:7). But then Jesus tells us that there is a kind of honor and respect that is a stumbling block. “How can ye believe, which receive honour one of another, and seek not the honour that cometh from God only?” (John 5:44). The apostle Paul told the Galatians that he wished that the false advocates of circumcision would go whole hog and cut the whole thing off (Gal. 5:12). But in the very next verse, he urges them “by love [to] serve one another” (Gal. 5:13-15). And he told the Philippians that he wanted them to have their love abound more and more in knowledge and in all judgment (Phil. 1:9). This was shortly before he called the false teachers he was dealing with evil workers and dogs (Phil. 3:3). We are servants of a crucified Messiah. This did not happen because Jesus got along so well with the established authorities. And if we accompany Him in the pathway of His sufferings, as we are called to do, we are invited to partake of all the comforts that the God of all comfort might offer.

    The Powerful Man Show
    What To Do When She Says "I Need Space"

    The Powerful Man Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 27:08


    Episode #524 What does it mean when your wife says she needs space? How do you give her the space she needs?  Your partner needs space because she might not feel safe in the relationship. Now is the right time to invest in yourself so you can lead your family.  In this episode, we're talking about why your wife needs space and what to do to make her realize that she needs a Powerful Man like you. __________ Hungry for more? Head over to our Bonus page for special access to some of the deeper tactics and techniques we've developed at The Powerful Man.

    USA Takedown Podcast
    Hungry For More

    USA Takedown Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 111:12


    Today on USA Takedown: Tamyra Mensa Stock, Teshya Alo, and Mallory Velte chat with Scott Casber about what their seasons hold this summer!

    Built to Sell Radio
    Ep 342 The Unicorn Exit - Haroon Mokhtarzada

    Built to Sell Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 78:55


    In 2001, Haroon Mokhtarzada and his brothers started Webs.com, which allowed anyone to build a professional website. Eager to grow the company, they decided to raise money from a venture capital firm – a decision Mokhtarzada would later regret. They ultimately grew Webs.com to over 50 million users and sold it in 2011 to Vistaprint for over 10 x revenue, totaling $117.5 million. Hungry to start another company and learn from their mistakes in raising money for Webs.com, Haroon and his brothers began Truebill in 2015. The business was created to help people save money by managing their subscriptions from one platform. Truebill snowballed, reaching $100 million in Annual Recurring Revenue (ARR) in just seven years. In 2022, Truebill was acquired by Rocket Companies  – again, for over 10 x revenue, totaling $1.275 billion.

    The Chad & Cheese Podcast
    Adzuna & TextKernel Devour

    The Chad & Cheese Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 49:16


    While Joel wanders the Canadian plains petting Moose and trying to convince Canadian geese to stay in Canada we are honored to have Jenny Cotie Kangas, aka JCK, stepping into the guest host slot and on this week's show EUROPE is HUNGRY, the world will soon be over now that Google's version of Skynet is ALIVE, Microsoft is kinder and gentler and who knew business coaching was so damned important? Who knew? Strap-in kids it's gonna be a bumpy ride.

    95bFM: 95bFM Drive with Jonny & Big Hungry
    95bFM Drive with Jonny & Big Hungry: Friday June 17, 2022

    95bFM: 95bFM Drive with Jonny & Big Hungry

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022


    Broadcasting live from the Ellen Melville Centre! The Black Seeds liveat 5:30pm! Plus Te Kaahu live after 6pm!

    The Powerful Man Show
    Revisit: Knowing Your Why When Times Are Hard

    The Powerful Man Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 17:20


    Episode #523   What are your whys? Why are you doing this? Why are you working? Why are you doing your business? It is CRUCIAL to focus on what you really want and what really matters to you. Especially when going through hard times... As men, it's common for us to get stuck in our own tunnel vision... ...but when we take a step back and apply the tools we talk about in this episode, it becomes EASIER to step back into clarity + flow, allowing you to experience life from a more POWERFUL space.  There is no better time than now to reflect on your "WHY'S" and gain more clarity around what matters to you most. __________ Hungry for more? Head over to our Bonus page for special access to some of the deeper tactics and techniques we've developed at The Powerful Man.

    Dr Karl Podcast
    Ice baths, black holes, hungry cadavers

    Dr Karl Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 39:55


    How do dogs experience time? Will the trip to Mars be dangerous? Does Dr Karl believe in Aliens? Dr Karl answers these questions and more, on triple j Mornings with Lucy Smith.

    Eye on Travel with Peter Greenberg
    Where to find the best food in France and an update from the CEO of French Bee

    Eye on Travel with Peter Greenberg

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 40:55


    This week's Eye on Travel Podcast with Peter Greenberg covers where you can find the best food in France and a conversation about the state of air travel heading into the summer with American Expat & Author of Hungry for France and My Place at the Table Alexander Lobrano, Founder of Paris by Mouth Meg Zimbeck, and CEO of French Bee Marc Rochet.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Travel Today with Peter Greenberg
    Where to find the best food in France and an update from the CEO of French Bee

    Travel Today with Peter Greenberg

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 40:55


    This week's Eye on Travel Podcast with Peter Greenberg covers where you can find the best food in France and a conversation about the state of air travel heading into the summer with American Expat & Author of Hungry for France and My Place at the Table Alexander Lobrano, Founder of Paris by Mouth Meg Zimbeck, and CEO of French Bee Marc Rochet.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    On Wednesdays We Read (OWWR Pod)
    Indie Intermission Ep. 1 - An Appropriate Amount of Horniness (#iHunt by Olivia Hill)

    On Wednesdays We Read (OWWR Pod)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 89:45


    We have OWWR very first INDIE INTERMISSION!!! On this episode, we cover the plot of Olivia Hill's #iHunt! We discuss zombies, vampires, and creepy evidence! We also discuss the weird humor for people who are struggling, and the sad girl book pipeline (because Hannah is taking a trip down memory lane. It is full of white women, unfortunately).  Everyone in This Room Will Someday Be Dead by Emily AustinYoung & Hungry on Netflix Anna Karenina by Leo TolstoyBrooklyn 99 on HuluSarah Dessen WorksLurlene McDaniel WorksThe Fountainhead by Any RandJodie Picoult WorksStranger Things on NetflixBones on HuluBuffy the Vampire Slayer on HuluMary Lu WorksTo All the Boys I Love Before by Jenny HanThe Ranger Series by John Flanagan Dear Martin by Nic StoneI Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter by Erika SanchezThe Hate U Give by Angie Thomas American Street by Ibi ZiboiMore than We Can Tell by Brigid KemmererGive the Boy a Gun by Todd StrasserThe Uglies by Scott Westerfeld The Hot Ones Series#iHunt by Oliva Hill

    The Powerful Man Show
    Revisit: Are You A Man Of Your Word?

    The Powerful Man Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 25:07


    Episode #522 Are you a man of your word? Let that question sink in... Many men we talk to lead a similar lifestyle where they have made work their number 1 priority. And yet, they are coming home late, feeling a disconnect with their wife and kids, and are slowly becoming men who those around them can no longer rely on. They say they will show up for their family's events and yet more often than not they don't stick to their word.  There always seems to be a meeting, a client, or a deadline that appears, forcing them to let down those around them once again. The time to change that narrative and become a man of integrity is now. Take a moment to hit play while we dive deep into why we do this and the importance of showing up when we say we will. __________ Hungry for more? Head over to our Bonus page for special access to some of the deeper tactics and techniques we've developed at The Powerful Man.

    Probing Ancient Aliens
    Hungry for Skinwalker Ranch: S2E6 - 'Skin Deep'

    Probing Ancient Aliens

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 78:53


    "HUNGRY FOR SKINWALKER RANCH": presented by Probing Ancient Aliens! A smudgy UFO picture, vector magnetometers (whatever the hell THAT is!), and endless, endless, endless talking about digging. The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch definitely loves to blue-ball it's viewers in Season 2, and while it's frustrating that there seems to be only 5 to 7 minutes of good content anymore, those 5 to 7 minutes DO keep you hungry for the next episode and actually result in something interesting. What are you playing at, Fugle?! Support the show at: PATREON.COM/PROBINGANCIENTALIENS - for exclusive podcasts every month! BLACKHOLESUPPLYCOMPANY.COM - for Probing Ancient Aliens merch and Disc Golf discs and apparel - Now with a physical location inside Cape and Cowl Collectibles in Orange County, CA! (9525 Garfield Ave C, Fountain Valley, CA 92708)

    The Basics With Beth
    Reinvent with Special Guest Ben Courson

    The Basics With Beth

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 32:38


    Hungry for more? We've got the table set for you. Visit thebasicswithbeth.com to binge the basics on your favorite platforms: podcasts, YouTube, online bible courses, books and more.

    Humble and Hungry with Natalie Puche
    56. From the Vault - Just the Tip with Jessica and Jackie

    Humble and Hungry with Natalie Puche

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 47:11


    Welcome back my friends. Well, it happened. I am officially overwhelmed with moving. But, that being said I am excited to share that THIS WEEK we launch our much anticipated Patreon account, the new home of our supporter community The Humble Hive: Home of The Humble Bs. As previously mentioned, we've had some demand from you for some extra types of content and access and I am ready and willing to offer those options, starting this week, on Wednesday, June 15th! The week below will begin working on that day so return here or check my stories on Instagram or www.natelipuche.com. Enjoy this throwback episode with my sisters in the meantime, I will see you all next week. Become on of my first Humble Bs to receive exclusive content only on Patreon! - Head over to this link starting Wednesday, June 15 - https://podcast.nataliepuche.com/patreon Subscribe to my exclusive Newsletter, The Weekly Huddle here for my top tips and lifestyle recommendations! - https://podcast.nataliepuche.com/theweeklyhuddle THIS WEEK'S SPONSORS ORGANIFI > Go to www.organifi.com and use code HUMBLE for 15% off any item in the store FUZZY > Get a FREE 7-Day Trial membership. Go to www.YourFuzzy.com/humble today to sign up. THRIVE MARKET > Join Thrive Market today to get $80 in free groceries at www.thrivemarket.com/hungry CALM > Get an exclusive 40% OFF of a CALM Premium Subscription at www.calm.com/humble. Are you a business or brand and want to participate in our giveaway or sponsor the show? Contact us at www.nataliepuche.com. - Follow Natalie Puche on Instagram at @nataliepuche. - “Talkaholic” - Humble & Hungry Podcast theme song provided by: Producer/Engineer: Heather Baker  Vocalist and Musical Performance: Moa Munoz Mixer: Alexia Stratton - Humble & Hungry with Natalie Puche is edited & produced in partnership with Andy Lara at www.andylikeswords.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Raised to Deliver Podcast
    Episode 106 - 6 Reasons We Don't Pray

    Raised to Deliver Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 18:33


    Episode 106 - 6 Reasons We Don't PrayFor more information visit https://www.pastorvlad.org/

    Sermons - CTK
    The Happiness Project: Hungry and Thirsty

    Sermons - CTK

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022


    Hungry and ThirstyMatthew 5:1-6 • Geoff Bradford

    Christ Community Sunday - Downtown Campus
    Bread [Signs of Life 01]

    Christ Community Sunday - Downtown Campus

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 43:27


    Where are you headed? We all want to know we're on our way to something real, genuinely good, and beautiful. But how do you know if that's where you'll end up? With so many options pointing in a myriad of directions, Jesus goes above and beyond to give us signs of life.  This summer we're walking with someone who followed the signs and found life in Jesus. Join us as we journey through John's Gospel account of Jesus and find a deep satisfaction for today. Sermon Notes: https://www.bible.com/events/4890340922.06.12

    The Powerful Man Show
    Revisit: Change One Thing, Change Everything

    The Powerful Man Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 24:10


    Episode #521 Are you wanting things in your life to change? Here is a secret we tell our men....make one LITTLE shift. In life, we've been doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. One shift of one focus, no matter how small, can open up doors for many other shifts. Take action. __________ Hungry for more? Head over to our Bonus page for special access to some of the deeper tactics and techniques we've developed at The Powerful Man.

    The Chad & Cheese Podcast
    TextKernel is Hungry!

    The Chad & Cheese Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 4:18


    TexkKernel continues its acquisition ways with this new deal. #LISTEN

    The Rise Guys
    HUNGRY?.. HEADLINES HAS SOME FOOD IDEAS FOR YOU TO TRY: HOUR FOUR: 06/09/22

    The Rise Guys

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 32:47


    TBT Truth and Consequences with two kids hopping off to Senior Week Headlines

    LinkedIn Ads Show
    Microsegmentation of Your LinkedIn Ads - EP 65

    LinkedIn Ads Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 20:57


    Show Resources Here were the resources we covered in the episode: Ad Scheduling Account Organization NEW LinkedIn Learning course about LinkedIn Ads by AJ Wilcox Contact us at Podcast@B2Linked.com with ideas for what you'd like AJ to cover.   Show Transcript Micro segmentation of your LinkedIn Ads. Your LinkedIn Rep says it's a bad idea. I say it's great. Let's discuss why this strategy is so divisive. On this week's episode of the LinkedIn Ads Show. Welcome to the LinkedIn Ads Show. Here's your host, AJ Wilcox. Hey there LinkedIn Ads fanatics, your LinkedIn Rep may have warned you against something called micro segmentation, which is what they call it when you create a campaign that has too few members and your target audience. Now, I highly recommend micro segmentation. But our definitions are very different. On this episode, we'll dive into how you can use segmentation to get better ad performance, easier reporting, and definitely to learn more about who your target audience is, and what they engage with. Let's jump right in and hit it. And definitely the next time I decided to coin a term, I'm going to try to make sure that it doesn't match what a LinkedIn Rep warns you against. So everyone knows that LinkedIn ads is great for lead generation. That is, of course, why we come to the platform is access to an ultra premium audience. But a little known fact about LinkedIn Ads is that it's also spectacular for market research. And by market research, I'm not saying run ads, asking people about what they think about your company or anything like that. But you probably already have a good idea of who your ideal customer persona is, right? That's why you're using LinkedIn Ads. So you can target exactly those people. So for example, let's say that your ideal target audience is decision makers in IT. It would be really easy to create one campaign targeting the IT job function, and then layer in all seniorites that or manager and above. And you can run that and that's totally fine. But then after you've run that campaign, you don't get any sort of understanding further about your audience, you might get good ad performance, you might get bad ad performance somewhere in between. But ultimately, because you don't have anything to compare this against, you are left with no levers to pull. So instead, imagine that instead of that one campaign, you've created four separate campaigns. One is IT with a manager seniority. Another one might be IT with a director seniority, another might be IT with a VP seniority. And then finally, your fourth one would be IT with a CXO seniority. So let's say you are running an AB test to this audience, well, you put the same AB test in each of those four campaigns and now you're targeting the same size of audience, you didn't have to create many more ads, you just created the same to over and over again, but now you have four campaigns that you can compare against each other, to learn more about what different segments of your audience are doing, what they like, what they engage with. By doing this, you can get some insights like for instance, maybe CIOs convert higher to the lead. But maybe they're harder for the sales team to get a hold of for a demo. So their cost per SQL ends up being higher. And maybe IT managers have a higher cost per click, but they're easier for sales to get an appointment with. So maybe they have initial higher costs, but when you let it all bake out in your sales funnel, it all of a sudden makes a lot more sense. I like to do this basically, anytime that I'm targeting an audience with multiple singularities. I'll break up that audience by seniority, so I can learn who likes what content. You might see that certain offers are interesting to those who are VP and above. And other offers are more interesting to those who are like manager and director level. And this is really easy to do, you could do the same thing by segmenting by industry. So for instance, let's say you're going after tech companies, what you could do is take LinkedIn's industry of internet, which is obviously very broad. It includes things like Google and Facebook, and Snapchat are all classified as internet. And then you might do a separate campaign for anyone who says that they're in computer software. And then if you compare these results against each other, you might find that one industry actually produces higher quality leads than another. And if you can figure that out early, great. Now you can pare down your budget for the one that isn't working, and feed the one who is and get more of those high quality leads that your sales team loves. A lot of times I'll see campaigns that either clients have been running before they've come to us, or accounts that I'm auditing. And I'll see that they'll have one campaign with a whole bunch of different job functions. So let's say marketing, and accounting, and business development are all in the same campaign. And when you ask them about it, they'll say, well, our message really is irrelevant to all of those people. And I'm not disagreeing with that fact. Your message could be really good for all those people. But the fact that they are all lumped into the same broad campaign means that you'll never learn. Whereas if you broke it out, you might find that, oh, wow, accountants don't interact with this at all. So hey, maybe we spend less on them or maybe we create a custom Add Variation just for the accountants. And this is data that you would only know if you've broken them out. To learn more, you've got to have them in different audiences. We've done the same thing with geographies. So of course, if you're advertising to a whole bunch of different countries, you know that the culture in each of those countries is going to be very different. And so if you haven't broken them out, you might not be able to tell. The big one I remember from my past, I was advertising for franchises in all of North America. And I found that Canada was not converting very well at all. And I had no idea why it eventually dawned on me that in my form, I was asking for a zip code. And in Canada, they don't call it a zip code, they call it a postal code. And so it was very, very apparent that I was an American, trying to advertise to Americans, and just added Canada on. So as soon as I gave them their own form, conversion start flowing in. So you can do this, if you are going after all North America. Or maybe you're advertising to all English speaking countries, like the US, Canada, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, as long as your audience sizes are large enough, in each of those countries by themselves. If you give them their own campaign, it then allows you to suss out and find what are those cultural differences that are making people convert higher, interact higher, convert lower, interact lower, we've even done this in the US with time zones. So we'll add all of the states that are in the Pacific Time Zone, to their own campaign, all states that are mountain time into their own campaign, Central Time, Eastern Time Zone, etc. And by doing that, it allows us to do some really cool day parting. Because if you start showing ads to people on the East Coast, at 6am, their time, you'll all of a sudden be advertising to people on the west coast at 3am, which isn't a great time to be advertising. So if you've put them in different time zones, and then you're turning your campaigns on and off at those times, it's gonna be a lot more exact, you won't waste your money nearly as much. If you want to dive more into day parting and ad scheduling, definitely check out episode 63. 7:31 We also really like to segment by company size. So what you can do is say, hey, if we go after all companies that are size 200. and above, well, let's put 200 to 500 in its own campaign, and then 500 to 1000 in its own campaign, and then maybe 1000 to 5000 in its own, and then 5000 and above in its own. And now all of a sudden you get to judge what is your cost per lead by company size. And a lot of sales teams will look at a company size to tell you what quality of lead that is. And they care more about the larger companies, because they're gonna have a lot more budget to do this. And that's super easy to do exactly like we talked about earlier. And there's a whole lot of other segments that you can also break up campaigns by, for instance, you could do field of study. So what did someone study in college, you can do growth rate of a company, those that are growing slowly versus those that are rapidly growing, and message them differently, you can really segment by any sort of targeting that is broad. And what I mean by broad, it means that there are a few options that broadly define the entire market, it doesn't usually make sense to do this to segment by job title, or by group. Because when you put one set of people into a group, or specify one job title, and then you specify another, you're still leaving out a huge chunk of the population. This isn't a great way of splitting the audience up to learn more about it, you're going to end up with really small target audiences. So think about how you can break up by some of those elements like seniority or job function, industry, geography, company size, those types of things. Plus, it really didn't cost you anything extra to break out all of these micro segments of your audience. But now you can test all of your offers and motivations to find out what engages and drives each micro segment of your target audience. Plus, now you have all these extra levers that you can pull when you want to improve performance. So for instance, if you're pacing ahead of budget one month, it's really easy to just go down and bid down the lowest performing micro segments. And that's going to naturally push your ad performance higher while restricting the budget. Or maybe your sales team tells you that certain types of leads are worth more to them. They're a higher quality lead, so you can bid down or shut off the micro segments that are pulling your performance down and feed the ones that are more like what sales wants. And since you already have these campaigns, you can take it a step further by adjusting your ad copy to talk directly to the people. For instance, in the past, when I was going after business owners or CEOs, I would put in the ad copy, "Hey CEOs" to try to get their attention. Because you've already defined who your audience is in these little micro segments, if you can think of a call out to them that they would recognize, this becomes a test that you can easily do to call out to people. One thing that I noticed when I was doing this, calling out to people by some sort of an identity, it certainly makes sense sometimes when they identify themselves by that entity. But sometimes you'll call out to people, and they don't define themselves by that. So for instance, if I were going after marketing directors, if I shout out to them, "Hey Directors", they may not actually identify themselves, strongly by the fact that they're a director, they might identify themselves more powerfully as marketers, so I might do better to say, "Hey Marketers", or "Hey Marketing Leaders". Okay, here's a quick sponsor break. And then we'll dive into how you can actually use these micro segments to optimize and control your account performance. 11:26 The LinkedIn Ads Show is proudly brought to you by B2Linked.com, the LinkedIn Ads experts. If the performance of your LinkedIn Ads is important to you, B2Linked is the agency you'll want to work with. We've spent over $150 million on LinkedIn Ads, and no one outperforms us on getting you the lowest cost per lead, and the most scale. We're official LinkedIn partners and you'll deal only with LinkedIn Ads, experts from day one. Apply to work with us on the contact page of B2Linked.com, we'd absolutely love to get to work with you. Alright, let's go ahead and jump into how you can actually control and optimize your account when you have these micro segments. So I use the example before how if you're pacing ahead of budget, you can turn some things off that aren't super helpful to your account. Every so often, a client will come to us mid month and say, for some reason, my boss just cut our budget in half for this month, we have to slow things way down. Well, if the account has an average cost per lead of like $80, for instance, it's really quick to go and segment all of my campaigns by their cost per lead, and sort from high to low. And all of a sudden, here's this list of the 20 campaigns that are bringing leads in for significantly more than that. So I have some that are bringing in leads for $100 and some $150 and $250, for instance. So we're reacting to a pretty urgent call from the client to cut down on budget and spend less. But by doing it this way, we go in and pause all of the campaign's that are performing worse than average, we've stopped spending as rapidly. And now we don't have spend going to those campaigns that are having a high cost per lead. So as we're cutting down on our spend, we're also watching our average cost per lead drop. So it was an ad. And after cutting out the higher CPL campaigns, we might be averaging 60 or 50. And it's a great way to finish that month, especially if we know that we had less budget to work with. We had a client who was in the business financing space, and they had three different industries they were going after. So naturally, we had the campaigns all segmented out by industry and we found that the retail industry for whatever reason, was underperforming compared to the others. And so it was really easy to go through as a blanket change and pause or bid down all of the retail industry segments. And we put that budget into the to other industries that were performing well. And it's important to know that if you had all three of these industries lumped into the same campaign, you would have totally missed that fact that that was an optimization you could do. If you haven't listened to episode seven, where we talk about account organization, you'll definitely want to go and listen to that. Because I recommend a campaign naming structure that identifies within the campaign name exactly who that audience is. And what's so cool about this is when we micro segment and we're describing who the audience is right within the campaign name, it makes reporting super easy, and gives you capabilities that you wouldn't have otherwise. So for instance, if all of your campaigns that are targeting directors have something like DIR for director in them, when you go to start your campaigns and look at the results by campaign, you can very quickly find all of those that are targeting directors. And if you find that directors are performing really well, great, you now know all of the campaigns to go and increase your bids on or give some expanded budget. Also in our campaigns, we identify the type of targeting we're using. So we might put JF in a campaign name, when it's targeting by job function, we might put JT, if it's targeting by job title. Then when we get all of the results, let's say from the whole sales funnel, we can very quickly combine in a pivot table all of those audience names, and combine all of the performance from job title targeting versus job function versus skills targeting versus groups targeting. And we'll find some things like oh, wow, job function over here is more expensive, or leads to more volume, or groups targeting is really, really limited on audience size. But boy, it's efficient when it works. So definitely go back and listen to episode seven to get more information about how we do that so you can do the same thing. 15:57 I'm sure many of you already know my feelings on using audience expansion on LinkedIn. Let me tell you why I hate it. Because it is exactly the opposite of micro segmentation. We're talking about taking specific audiences and breaking them out so that we can compare them against each other and learn from the differences. Well, when you use audience expansion, it takes an existing large audience, and it adds people to it, that you don't know who they are. You don't get to gauge the quality of that audience until later when your sales team comes to you and says, hey, the quality of leads have been really crappy recently. So not only are you giving LinkedIn the opportunity to insert low quality audiences into your campaign, but it mashes those audiences together in a really opaque or non transparent way, and makes it impossible to actually learn from. So if you want to expand on your audiences, I would highly recommend go and create a look alike audience instead, because at least a look alike audience will allow you to run the native audience and the look alike that was created from it separately. And now you can compare and find out like, oh, look alikes are performing well, or no, they're not, we should stop doing that. So please, please, please, if you have audience expansion turned on anywhere in your account, please go turn it off. You can thank me later. So I can already hear a couple of you saying like, well, if I break out all of my audiences into micro segments, that's a lot of campaigns to manage. And yeah, that's the truth, you may be managing more campaigns, but it only takes a few minutes to create a duplicate of a campaign. And so the rewards of doing this are much, much higher than I feel like what the cost increase is for you in managing the account in your time. Plus, we manage accounts with 1000s of campaigns in them. So I can tell you, it's definitely scalable, it's possible, you're not going to make a huge mistake by breaking things out to learn more about your audience. It's also really likely that you're not going to be running all of these campaigns forever. Because once you find those micro audience segments that are underperforming in comparison to others, you can always cut them out by pausing. I mean, obviously, pausing is the best way, but you could always bid them down if you just wanted to get their costs lower. And when you take those campaigns out of the mix, you're giving yourself fewer campaigns to manage. I can also hear some of you saying, Well, my LinkedIn Rep says that I should only run campaigns that have an audience size of at least 300,000. Well, by breaking up your existing audiences into smaller segments, you're still targeting the same audience size in total. So you can tell your LinkedIn Rep, we're still targeting the same people, they're just in more campaigns. Plus, now you'll see better performance with your ability to turn off or bid down any segments of the non performers, which you wouldn't even be able to tell were being targeted before when it was just one big lump campaign. And my opinion is, you're already paying a premium for using LinkedIn, which means you're paying more for LinkedIn leads than you are under their channels. So why not have that budget also give you insights into the behavior of your customer persona. Plus, everyone who's running LinkedIn ads is always looking for ways of decreasing costs, because costs are already so high. This is one of the ways that you can do that really effectively. All right, I've got the episode resources for you coming right up. So stick around 19:29 Thank you for listening to the LinkedIn Ads show. Hungry for more? AJ Wilcox, take it away. All right, here are a couple of great resources for you. Number one, go check out Episode 63 on ad scheduling. To find out how we schedule our ads at different times of day and different days of the week. Check out Episode 07 about account organization for how you can make it easier to report and easier to find insights. If you or someone on your team are looking to learn more about LinkedIn Ads, check out the course that I did on LinkedIn Learning with LinkedIn. The link is right there in the show notes below. And this is by far the least expensive, and the best quality course out there. If you're a new listener to the show, hit that subscribe button. So you can hear more of this when we come out with new episodes weekly. And please do consider rating. And definitely leave us a review on the podcast. We would absolutely love to hear what you think. And when you leave a review, we'll shout you out live on the show. With feedback or suggestions on the podcast, reach out to us at Podcast@B2Linked.com. And with that being said, we'll see you back here next week. Cheering you on in your LinkedIn Ads initiatives.

    The Powerful Man Show
    A Woman's Take On How To Pull Her Back Into Her Feminine

    The Powerful Man Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 24:53


    Episode #520 Is your wife the breadwinner of the family? What will you do to maintain your masculine frame as a stay-at-home dad? Don't treat your wife as a threat, instead change your mindset because what's more important is that you are working together to meet the needs of your family. In this episode, we will learn some ways to hold a masculine frame when your wife is a breadwinner and what to do to help her embrace her feminine energy in the relationship. __________ Hungry for more? Head over to our Bonus page for special access to some of the deeper tactics and techniques we've developed at The Powerful Man.

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    The Art History Babes

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 34:44


    Jen and Corrie are talking hungry bois! Judgement, hellfire, hybrid alligator/lion/hippos, the primal fear of being eaten - all this and more in this episode on medieval hellmouth imagery. support us on patreon// https://www.patreon.com/arthistorybabes ig // @arthistorybabespodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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    Slacker & Steve

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 7:31


    A couple paid a lot of money to have Mickey and Minnie Mouse at their wedding. Because it was so expensive, they didn't provide dinner or drinks to their wedding guests. Were they in the wrong, or can they do whatever they want on their day?

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    NHRA Insider Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 53:24


    On This episode of the NHRA Insider Podcast, pro stock racer Kyle Koretsky and funny car racer JR Todd join host Brian Lohnes. The two racers are still chasing their first win of the 2022 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season, but their drive to compete is unabated.    For Kyle Koretsky, the 2022 season sees him sitting 3rd in the points and with one final round appearance on the year. He has been consistently going rounds week after week and his KB powered Lucas Oil Camaro has flirted with number one qualifying positions as well. Kyle talks about his driving, the work his team is putting in and why they will succeed this year. Koretsky also talks about his family's purchase of Maple Grove Raceway in Pennsylvania and the amount of investment and work they are putting in to revamp and upgrade the iconic facility. This is an awesome story for drag racing.    JR Todd talks about some frustrations in his team's work to success ratio but knows that the work will pay off through the second half of the regular season. The DHL GR Supra has made two semi-finals this year and showed good promise in Epping. Todd talks about his love for all types of racing, his race routines, and the upcoming races at Bristol and Norwalk.    A fun show and two great conversations!

    The Stacks
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    The Stacks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 68:34


    Today we speak with Dr. Michael Eric Dyson - academic, minister and author - about his new book Unequal: A Story About America, which he co-wrote with Marc Favreau. We discuss the lies around bootstrap politics and personal responsibility, and our culture's hunger for all things history (except when it's by or about Black people). We also examine how the white gaze shapes how Black history is taught.You can find everything we discuss on today's show on The Stacks' Website: https://thestackspodcast.com/2022/06/08/ep-218-michael-eric-dysonThe Stacks Book Club selection for June is White Negroes: When Cornrows Were in Vogue … and Other Thoughts on Cultural Appropriation by Lauren Michele Jackson. We will discuss the book on June 29th with David Dennis Jr.Connect with Michael: Instagram | Twitter | WebsiteConnect with The Stacks: Instagram | Twitter | Shop | Patreon | Goodreads | SubscribeSUPPORT THE STACKSJoin The Stacks Pack on PatreonVisit our sponsors Athletic Greens, Many Lumens, Vegamour and Pocket Casts to get special offers with your first purchase.Purchasing books through Bookshop.org or Amazon earns The Stacks a small commission. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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    Reinvent with Special Guest Monique Middlekauff

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    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 31:46


    Hungry for more? We've got the table set for you. Visit thebasicswithbeth.com to binge the basics on your favorite platforms: podcasts, YouTube, online bible courses, books and more.

    Humble and Hungry with Natalie Puche
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    Humble and Hungry with Natalie Puche

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 37:20


    My friends, I am so excited to take some time with Chris and Joe Claussen, founders of First Person, to share with you all the good that functional mushrooms are offering the world. Chris and Joe shared a vision for creating a consumer brand that would harness the power of mushrooms to help people improve their brain health and cognition. They created First Person to introduce more people to the power of functional mushrooms, and to create the most effective products available on the market today. Enjoy the show! THIS WEEK'S SPONSORS ORGANIFI > Go to www.organifi.com and use code HUMBLE for 15% off any item in the store FABRIC > Protect your family's financial future with Fabric. Apply today in just 10 minutes at www.meetfabric.com. FIRST PERSON > Get 15% off your first order by going to www.GETFIRSTPERSON.com and use code humble. BETTER HELP > Humble & Hungry listeners get 10% off their first month at www.BetterHelp.com/HUMBLE. Are you a business or brand and want to participate in our giveaway or sponsor the show? Contact us at www.nataliepuche.com. - Follow Natalie Puche on Instagram at @nataliepuche. - “Talkaholic” - Humble & Hungry Podcast theme song provided by: Producer/Engineer: Heather Baker  Vocalist and Musical Performance: Moa Munoz Mixer: Alexia Stratton - Humble & Hungry with Natalie Puche is edited & produced in partnership with Andy Lara at www.andylikeswords.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices