NYC's legendary deli gets reviewed! We're in New York City! Michael's girlfriend Joyce joins him once again to talk about the hectic atmosphere, a hunky meat carver, and the matzo ball soup she's waited her entire life to try Katz's Delicatessen has so many lines and ordering stations that the chaos proves challenging to our duo Killer Mike walks by the table What's Going On Over There with the segration of those paying via card vs. those paying with cash? Harrison Augustine
Katz's restaurant experience drops next Wednesday! Michael's girlfriend Joyce joins Michael in New York City, and they dive deep into the history of the world-famous deli that's over 100 years old in this episode of Eat Deets Katz's Delicatessen has been a staple of New York culture, amplified by its appearance in several movies and TV shows, most notably When Harry Met Sally Current owner Jake Dell has rules for how to conduct oneself at Katz's to avoid being thrown out Michael & Joyce address their anxiety over the intimidatingly complicated ordering process A truly hot take in Yelp from Strangers as someone knocks Katz's for being too far away from where they were coming from... More to come next week! Music by: James McEnelly (@Ramshackle_Music) Theme Song by: Kyle Schieffer (@JazzyJellyfish) Segment Transitions Voiced by: Sandy Rose "Fine" Dining is on Patreon! Get an extra episode every month (Look out tomorrow for another New York-themed episode as we pit Joe's Pizza vs. Famous Original Ray's), extended Yelp from Strangers segments every other week, merch discounts, download access to our music including the 7 singles from our Olive Garden musical, and more! Patreon Producers: Sean Spademan, Joyce Van, & Sue Ornelas Get the 5 Survival Tips for Casual Dining at www.finediningpodcast.com! Send in your Gordon Biersch stories at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow the show on TikTok and Instagram @finediningpodcast Let me know where I should go next by leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, PodcastAddict, Overcast, or wherever you get your podcasts. I read every one! Next week on "Fine" Dining: Katz's Delicatessen (Review)! I'm joined once again by my girlfriend Joyce, and for the second part of the episode, we'll give our thoughts on some world-famous pastrami, hot dogs, matzoh ball soup, and more! Ever work at Katz's? Send your stories to email@example.com. If you're a fan of "Fine" Dining: The Search for the Most Mediocre Restaurant in America, you'll love Banned Camp - a comedy podcast about why books are banned. Be sure to check it out and give them a listen. Search for them wherever you listen to podcasts - that's Banned with two Ns.
We've all failed. Most of us would rather not talk about it, but the Museum of Failure does more than talk about failures. It celebrates them.U.S. airlines lose millions of pieces of luggage annually. Most of them don't just vanish, they end up in the same place. (It's not the landfill.)It's been a calling card of the dining experience at Olive Garden for decades - unlimited breadstick and salad refills. But even unlimited things have their limit.Sources:https://www.npr.org/2023/11/24/1214841411/luggage-lost-airlines-resale-unclaimed-baggage-alabamahttp://www.commutethepodcast.comFollow Commute:Instagram - instagram.com/commutethepodcast/Twitter - @PodcastCommuteFacebook - facebook.com/commutethepodcast
On today's MJ Morning Show: Froggy's wallet Bucs lost... again Morons in the news Fester's Thanksgiving Roxanne's dreams MJ's dream??? Family's house damaged in turkey fryer accident Walmart employee changes jobs and becomes a meme Target prices... were the Black Friday prices the same as their regular sale prices? Cyber Monday MJ's "What I did on my vacation" MJ's Olive Garden joke... who caught on? Flight crazies... they were all over Disneyland streaker on "It's a Small World" Hall & Oates legal issue Google Maps takes travelers on wrong route A giant tumbleweed Jellyroll's last-minute search for favorite Thanksgiving dressing
The review for Gordon Biersch is here! All Elite Wrestling & Ring of Honor's "Pretty" Peter Avalon joins Michael to review the restaurant of the week The Gordon Biersch Brewery that Michael & Peter hit up closed its doors just 7 days after the boys dined there Peter eulogizes the Burbank Gordon Biersch Ever wondered what it'd be like living in a Buffalo Wild Wings? Harrison Augustine
4pm - KATE STONE: Brian Heywood Submits Signatures to repeal the hidden gas tax passed as part of the state’s cap and trade system // A hostage release ceasefire might be very close // Shoppers are finally getting a break on Prices // Study finds that the most effective method of grieving a recently deceased loved one is via the Irish Wake… A booze filled, open to the public, open casket celebration of life // Behold; the latest dining sensation! The Olive Garden!
A former employee of a Taco Bell sued the company after a group sex act that took place during a Christmas party… New Zealand woman received a call from police after she was seen driving with a clump of hair hanging out of the trunk of her car... A woman was arrested in an Olive Garden bathroom after damaging a hotel... & more.
Colleen Ballinger has returned to YouTube, Bianca Censori might finally leave Kanye, Travis Kelce's old Tweets surfaced, and YouTuber Boogie2899 stars in one of the most depressing documentaries of all time. LINKS! Bobby from Queer Eye Queer Eye's Bobby Berk Was ‘Asked to Leave' Show After Issues With the Cast (Source) Bianca leaves Bianca Censori flees to Australia to escape her abusive husband, Kanye AI DoorDash appears to be using AI to describe food items Ballinger Colleen Ballinger returns with fall blog Boogie The Dark Side of Boogie2988 (full documentary) Boogie2988 at a job interview Travis Kelce's old tweets Up at Olive Garden with papa!! Had to grab the Fettucini with the Chicken Alfredo!! #shmackin killatrav struggling; a thread IHOP Squirle “Too hype I just got this C on my exam without even studying... just using common knowledge!! s/o to Papa Kelce for the gene's” “A girl just called me a cunt” Old tweets of Travis Kelce are circling on X (FauxMoi's post with fatphobic and ableist tweets) Follow us on TikTok, Instagram and Twitter
This week we chat with Dr. Sami Schalk about the impacts that the pandemic has had on our hearts and bodies while also diving in deeper into the hatred the world has for our favorite chains - yes you guessed it: The Cheesecake Factory and Olive Garden. Make the haters mad and rate us 5 stars. We want to know your Yes Ma'ams and your No Ma'am Pams for 2023. Send them here: BlackFatFemmePod@gmail.com. Follow the show on social: Twitter | Instagram Follow DoctorJonPaul: Twitter | Instagram | Website Follow Jordan: Twitter | Instagram | Website Follow Sami: Twitter | Instagram | WebsiteSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
NEWS: UV lights caused severe eye damage at NFT Bored Ape party. Travis Kelce's old tweets. Bin Laden TikTok drama. Snoop said he stopped smoking wreed. Diddy settled lawsuit with Cassie. Death at a Taylor Swift show. Trump acknowledges the pee tape. Italy's Olive Garden. TV: Murder At The End Of The World. Golden Bachelor. MOVIES: Perfect Days. May December. Please Don't Destroy: The Treasure of Foggy Mountain.Intro song: Joren Cain Outro song: ElektrodinosaurWebcrawlerspod@gmail.com626-634-2069Twitter / Instagram / Patreon / Merch Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/webcrawlers. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In today's episode, we Shoot The Breeze about why people let their friends influence who they are attracted to? In "You Won't Believe This" we talk about Cassie suing P. Diddy for $30 million because of abuse and sexual assault when they were together. Next in "Just So You Know" we talk about saying no to doggie bag girls on dates. Finally, we go into "You Know What Grinds My Gears" Asking the question, when did Olive Garden become the equivalent of McDonald's? A woman goes viral on social media for telling her date she is not going to eat at Olive Garden or IHOP. Follow Us on Instagram @ Something 4 Da People Podcast Bryant "B Hunt" Artcotix Jeremy "Big Country" Real Being Regal Follow Us on TikTok @ Something 4 Da People Podcast Follow Us on Facebook @ @Something4DaPeople Email Us @ firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Us on Linktree https://linktr.ee/something4dapeople --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/something4dapeople/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/something4dapeople/support
Join us on the latest episode of the 2 Be Better Podcast as we explore the intriguing trend of first date locations. From the controversial Cheesecake Factory to the unexpected Olive Garden, we dive deep into the do's and don'ts of first date spots. Is a gym date a good idea, or should you steer clear of sports events? We unravel the complexities and share our take on what makes a perfect first date setting. Tune in for a lively discussion filled with humor, differing opinions, and insights into the ever-evolving landscape of modern dating. Have I Crippled My Husband?I Desperately Need Your Help. RevisedDisclaimer: We are not professionals. This podcast is opinioned based and from life experience. This is for entertainment purposes only.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5828421/advertisement
Get Part 2 next Wednesday! All Elite Wrestling & Ring of Honor's "Pretty" Peter Avalon joins Michael in Burbank to learn all about the restaurant of the week Gordon Biersch Brewery stands behind the claim that they invented garlic fries Michael dives into the Eat Deets about Gordon Biersch Gordon Biersch cost Oskar Blues Brewing approx. $32,000 from a cease & desist Michael drops knowledge about Shakey's Pizza Parlor's prominence in the Philippines An embarrassing story from 25+ years ago about Michael's dad, and his special way of saying "Gordon Biersch" Michael & Peter read the negative end of the review spectrum in this week's Yelp from Strangers Music by: James McEnelly (@Ramshackle_Music) Theme Song by: Kyle Schieffer (@JazzyJellyfish) Segment Transitions Voiced by: Sandy Rose "Fine" Dining is on Patreon! Get an extra episode every month (October's episode explored Dave's Hot Chicken), extended Yelp from Strangers segments every other week, merch discounts, download access to our music including the 7 singles from our Olive Garden musical, and more! Patreon Producers: Sean Spademan, Joyce Van, & Sue Ornelas Get the 5 Survival Tips for Casual Dining at www.finediningpodcast.com! Send in your Gordon Biersch stories at email@example.com. Follow the show on TikTok and Instagram @finediningpodcast Let me know where I should go next by leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, PodcastAddict, Overcast, or wherever you get your podcasts. I read every one! Next week on "Fine" Dining: Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant (Review)! I'm joined by All Elite Wrestling's "Pretty" Peter Avalon, and for the second part of the episode, we'll dish all our thoughts and feelings about our meal at a Gordon Biersch that closed down one week later. Ever work at a Gordon Biersch? Send your stories to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The cinema of the mentally challenged as played by actors who are not mentally challenged is part of our family/inspirational selections for November's theme of COMFORT FOOD. Maybe it's 1999 and you met your mother for lunch at the Olive Garden by the mall and you decided to go see a movie and your mother sees that there's a new Garry Marshall movie with Juliette Lewis and Giovanni Ribisi in it called “The Other Sister” and they play special needs children of Bohemian Grove candidates. It's not what you would have picked but there's no way your mother was going to watch any of the other movies that were playing like “Eyes Wide Shut” or “Existenz”. “The Green Mile” was ok, but when you talked her into seeing “The Virgin Suicides” she just thought it was kind of weird. She really related to Diane Keaton's character and loved her hats. She made note that Tom Skerritt could park his shoes under her bed anytime. After the movie, the first thing she said was “I'm glad you're not retarded”. You've been No Contact with her since Covid. Subscribe to us on YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuJf3lkRI-BLUTsLI_ehOsg Contact us here: MOVIEHUMPERS@gmail.com Hear us on podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/6o6PSNJFGXJeENgqtPY4h7 Our OG podcast “Documenteers”: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/documenteers-the-documentary-podcast/id1321652249 Soundcloud feed: https://soundcloud.com/documenteers Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/culturewrought
On today's show, if you're a fan of the Olive Garden then you're going to LOVE this throwback 80's commercial from the first Olive Garden in Minnesota. For the whole podcast, as well as a ton of other exclusive perks, sign up to be a Fancy Idiot at FreeBeerAndHotWings.com! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The May 1990 Sassy quiz invites us to Rate [Our] Embarrassability, almost as though they don't know the kinds of things we have disclosed on this podcast. And then, we're taking your calls, including some of YOUR embarrassing disclosures! What got up a listener's child's nose, and how did it get out? What are your phones recommending you buy, perhaps based on your listening to us? HOW MANY of you want to hit up your local Olive Garden with David T. Cole?! We cover all this and much much more in the May 1990 Slumber Party! QUICK LINKS
We gotta decide what to call Jason Segal's dingle in Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Riley gets lessons in how to be a good uncle, we discuss the intricacies of Olive Garden and how much garden is too much garden, as well as how many bowls of unlimited pasta from our girls would disgust us, and then we go over the xXx series and Pacific Rim, as well as Brian's experience watching Friday the 13th (and spin a new movie, THE MUMMY), and wrap up with a Plunge Picks of Uncles check out out twitters @plungepodcast, @big_medium_, and @DrSporkForkler Follow us on instagram @PlungePodcast, and learn more at plungepodcast.com Become a Patron of The Plunge for just $1 at patreon.com/theplunge. Being a patron will get you access to our exclusive shows, including a post show of every Plunge, 'Plungeons & Dragons', 'Will You Rather?', 'Inside P&D', 'Royal Mumble', and a Patreon exclusive 'The Plunge' every month. Additional tiers involve extra perks like shout outs, raffles, stickers and more! Find all things plunge at linktr.ee/theplunge Check out ADAM AND EVE! Get 10 FREE ITEMS using code PLUNGE at checkout to get 50% off your item, 6 free movies, free shipping, and then an extra item for him, her and both of you only on adameve.com Go to Ohfishl.com and use code PLUNGE at checkout for 25% off! We are one of the Flagship shows on the Inner Circle Podcast Network, follow it on all social media @InnerCirclePN RIPPODCOIN RIPDAVIS RIPPODCOIN RIPMACMILLER RIPOLIVERTHEDOG RIPVERNTROYER RIPGRANDPA(x3) RIPGRANDMA RIPHARAMBE RIPWUTZKE RIPHERMAJESTY? RIPNOTREDAME RIPSEASON1 RIPTHE RIPKOBE RIPSEASONTWOOBA RIPTHEQUEEN Available for Download on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, GoodPods, iHeart, RadioPublic, Listen Notes, and PodBean.
Missing the spooky season today? Come on down and zoom in on this brand new episode! This week, we find out who the winner is for Roast and Toast's 2023 Summer Blockbuster Draft. As their prize, the winner picks a movie from Australia for the others to watch and review. The podcast's buddy and fellow Draft contestant Gary Boucher joins the podcast family this week to dive into the fun with us. Does the crew love the movie? Will Gary speak in an Australian accent the whole episode? What bread does Philip hate from Olive Garden? Will be revealed in the shadows, so let's clear our mind and GET TOASTY.
It's Friday morning with Chuy and Matt. Bob is out on vacation with his family, but the guys decided to pull a wake up prank on Bob. Matt reads what are the top 10 best counties in the world today. Matt breaks the bad new with Bob about electronic bikes catching on fire. Hardee's released new food items on their menu. We invite our boy Conner to the show and once again brought Round Rock Donuts. Chuy replaced hot dog buns with garlic bread from Olive Garden and they are pretty darn tasty! Dr. Hot Dog takes his parmesan cheese on a hot dog very seriously! Support the show: https://www.klbjfm.com/mattandbobfm/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Paid social media is a tough nut to crack, but once you manage to make it work it can become a lucrative and dependable source of traffic and revenue for your podcast and business.I have never been able to get to the meat of that particular nut, but a recent guest expert on our Strategy and Networking calls AND speaker for next week's Podcasting for Business Conference Stacy Reed of Stacy Zeal & Co. has - and she teaches other people how to do it too. Stacy is a Strategic Marketing Consultant and Facebook Ads Expert, who teaches CEOs how to make more money, gain their time back, and rapidly increase their visibility to impact the world.She joined us for an in-depth conversation about the technical and strategic elements of Facebook ads - from what the heck a pixel is, to the different types of campaigns you can run for different purposes.This was such a rich and valuable conversation, that we decided to run it here on the Company show as well. Listen to our conversation below, or continue reading the blog post!Tune in to the full episode to learn:How to use Facebook ads to grow your podcast and your businessEverything you need to know about Facebook PixelHow to choose the right advertising platformThe things to consider before running a campaignHow to choose the best objective for your campaignThe best practices when it comes to copy & creativesDon't forget to join us for our free monthly strategy calls on the third Thursday of every month!How Stacy Reed Grew Her Podcast Through Facebook AdsLeveraging Her Marketing BackgroundIt's interesting because it's like I've always been someone that I want to be able to create something once and then figure out how can I get the most eyeballs on it. My brain does not like to create new all the time.We're in a content world, so we have to create new content for sure. But I remember just thinking, oh my gosh, this episode was so good and it did not get as many downloads as I was hoping that it would get or so many people just need to hear this episode.It's just so, so good. And then also being an ads expert, my background is in marketing. I've been in marketing for eleven years. I led paid social at Zappos, and so I was really immersed in Facebook ads, Instagram ads, TikTok ads, and all the different ad platforms on some of the social networks.And that's what I teach and that's what I talk about in my business. And I really started to think about how I can use ads and podcasts together. Because volume is my specialty. So being able to say like, I want to drive volume to particular offers or to particular things, then I started to think, how can I use what I'm creating on my podcast to then help me to generate business?Because it gives you the context of how I use my podcast in my marketing because it helps you to understand how the ads come into play.Shifting Towards Lead GenerationSo my podcast is primarily nurturing content. I get a lot of people who love to listen to my podcast. And my goal with my podcast is to nurture people until they are ready to become clients.I post a lot of content about ads, about marketing strategy, about business strategy, those kinds of things. When I started to think about how I can use ads to amplify this or to accelerate my podcast, I started to think about how I can use it to generate leads, because that's really what I need for my business.We all as business owners, are someone who is looking to get brand deals and things like that. This may not be super applicable, and there are other ways you can use ads, but the way that I use them is to generate leads. Where I start with it is using it as a nurture content. But then I started to think, how can I use this as lead generation? What I typically do is I like to create series on my podcast.So I'll create, for example, a series about marketing funnels, because that's one of the things I found. Like, I have a course on Facebook ads, and when I did a promotion last time I found that, I was asking people like, okay, well, why didn't you sign up? And some people were saying like, oh, I don't have a marketing funnel, so I can't run ads.And I'm like, oh really? I could teach you how to run a market, I can teach you how to do a marketing funnel, and I can show you this. So I created a series of podcasts about key elements of marketing funnels, helping people to understand that they already probably have a funnel if they're creating content.If you're a podcaster, you typically have a funnel, you just haven't really set it up yet or defined it yet. So I created that series and then I published some of my podcasts. I took those episodes and I just put them into a PDF guide that just says like, hey, here are four episodes that will help you to create a marketing funnel.Podcast Series as Lead MagnetsI put like a little workbook in there. I pulled something out of my course. I put it in there and then I use that as a lead magnet because now I had to realize that people listen to my podcast and then they become clients. So they like to binge my podcast. They like to consume my episodes. That's where people go when they are really kind of in that place where they're like, I want to work with Stacey, but maybe I'm not ready yet.And I thought, how can I take this nurture content and also turn it into a lead generator? That's really kind of been the journey for me. It's like one figuring out running ads to individual episodes. It's running ads to series and taking those episodes and repurposing that content into a lead magnet.Those are the ways that I've been typically using podcasts. And then I run ads to those things. I run ads to the individual episodes. I run ads to the lead magnets as a series. If you are a business owner and you need to generate leads and you are creating podcast episodes also as a part of your nurture content, you can absolutely take that and put that into a series.Another lead magnet that I had that did really well, especially when I was just starting out, I had created a private podcast series where I worked with someone who would help me outline each episode.I used Hello Audio as the private podcast distributor, but then I ran ads to it like running ads to that actual private podcast. Those kinds of things I think are really effective because people are searching for specific information. Especially with podcasts, you can really give people a well-rounded picture.You can give people one episode, but if you can give people three or four episodes that paint that full picture for them, then that's really tactful. And then you just use that as a lead generator and run ads to it.Everything You Need To Know About Facebook PixelI always recommend that you put your podcast on your site because one, if you're running ads to a podcast player, your Facebook Pixel is not going to be able to pick up on that because your Facebook Pixel is what you can install on properties that you own.So, like your website, I can't go and install my Pixel on Apple's podcast player. For example, if you're running ads directly to the podcast player, Facebook is not able to receive those signals to see, like, is this person actually doing something there?Because your pixel operates like a bridge between Facebook and your website. And so it's always sending signals back and forth. Facebook is sending someone to your website saying, what do they do? Do they take the desired action? If they do, that's great.Then Facebook's going to say, oh, well, Susan took the desired action, so we're going to find more people like Susan. If Susan does not take the desired action, which means, going to the landing page and downloading something or whatever the action is, then it'll also send that signal back to say, like, Susan did not take the desired action.So it's like, let's find people who are not like Susan, or maybe Susan is not in our target audience, so let's find people who are different than Susan. Facebook is always building a profile of who your people are.So you want to make sure that your podcast episodes are posted on your site and that you're actually sending an ad tracker to your site so that you can get an accurate read on the data. SEO also helps.Taking Advantage of Facebook & Instagram's SynergySo because Meta owns both Instagram and Facebook, you actually would just need one Facebook Pixel and that will pick up your signals and send that back to Instagram and Facebook.One of the great things about running Facebook ads is that you do get two channels in one because you can run the exact same campaign, exact same budget, exact same creative as Facebook and Instagram and Messenger and WhatsApp, because Facebook owns those other channels as well, and it would just come out of the same budget pool.So you really are getting two channels for one. And what Facebook is going to do is it's going to show you an ad on the platform that you're most likely to convert on. You get on Facebook, you see an ad, and then you may see a similar ad from the same person on Instagram or an ad that's maybe a different variation of that ad on Instagram.It's going to show you the ad based on the platform that it thinks that you're going to most likely to convert on that's. One of the things I love about Facebook is that you get both Facebook and Instagram for essentially the price of one.Should you set up your Pixel now?Right away, because what happens is when you install the pixel. So, as I mentioned, it's that bridge, right? It's sending signals back and forth. So whether you're running ads or not, those signals are always kind of happening.What people are doing on your website, Facebook is always building a profile, and you can build an audience that says, like, hey, here's my website traffic. Like, want an audience specifically of people who visited my website in the last 90 days. You can go all the way back to 180 days.I believe you can say like, hey, let me create a custom audience of people who have visited my website over the last 180 days. Maybe you're doing some kind of special promotion where you want to make sure that you target your site visitors or people who listen to your podcast.Because if you're putting your podcast on your website, that counts as website traffic. You can even drill into specific pages. You can create an audience of people who have visited, specifically my podcast page or individual-specific URLs. Like you can say the URL contains this or contains that, contains that.When you install your pixel, it starts collecting that data. So whether you run ads or not, I definitely recommend installing the pixel because that means that you have even more data to work with.If you start in Q2 of next year, you can still target people who visit your website. From today until then. It starts from when you install that pixel.Watch this free training from Stacy Reed to learn how to harness the power of Facebook Pixel.Choosing The Right Advertising Platform & Understanding Your AudienceI haven't run across too many niches that I would say don't work with Facebook ads. But what you have to think about is where are your clients or the people you're trying to reach making their buying decisions about your type of offer or your type of business.For example, if you have a podcast that talks to HR professionals, right, maybe your podcast helps HR professionals do their jobs better. They're probably not making their purchasing decisions about HR-related stuff on Facebook.They probably were making those decisions on LinkedIn because that's where it's a more professional site. It's where they're actually in the mindset of business. But that's not to say that your clients aren't also using Facebook, and also because think about how I know for myself and a lot of people that I come in contact with.I use Facebook, I use Instagram, I use LinkedIn, I use Twitter. I use all the different social platforms. But the mind frame that I'm in in each of them when I'm on them is different. When I'm on LinkedIn, I'm looking at more professional things. I'm expecting it to be a little bit more of a professional platform.On Facebook, there is a little bit more of a social element. Like my Facebook page is all business for sure. So I don't do business on Facebook and most of my business comes from Facebook.But when I'm going on Facebook, if you're thinking about your customers, if you're helping people with weight loss, for example, are they going on Facebook? Are they going on Instagram to find that kind of information? Are they following weight loss influencers? Are they following those kinds of pages? Is that kind of stuff that they're actually consuming on that platform? What you want to think about is not necessarily your specific niche.It's more like where are your customers and your clients? If you're trying to get brand deals, for example, you may want to be heavily on Instagram because that's where a lot of brands are going and looking for content creators on Instagram because that's where their clients are.Industry-Specific ExampleI used to work at Zappos and I led paid social there. We were heavy on Instagram, we were heavy on Facebook. We weren't doing too much on LinkedIn. LinkedIn was more so for different corporate verticals. We had Zappos at work which was all about making those connections with people who own warehouses so that we can give their people discounts on specific shoes.If you need steel-toe shoes, for example, you can figure out different facets of your business that may fit on different channels. But for the most part, think about where your consumers or the people who are consuming your podcast, where are they making purchasing decisions about your types of offers and that's where you want to make sure that you are showing up.Leveraging the Reach of FacebookI wouldn't say it's not niche-specific because there are a lot of different niches that can work on Facebook and Instagram and there are a lot of different people who use Facebook and Instagram.Facebook has 2.9 billion monthly active users. If you're telling me that your people aren't on Facebook, it's like, I mean, out of 2.9 billion people, like, you're telling me nobody and none of your people are using Facebook, okay?But it's really about figuring out when it comes to your type of service or your type of product, where are they making their purchasing decisions, and that's where you want to make sure that you're showing up.Things To Consider When Starting with Facebook Ads1. Your goals and your sales cycleFor example, I get people who come to me and say, hey, Stacey, I started running an ad and it didn't convert in two weeks. Weeks, and I didn't get any sales in two weeks until now. Facebook ads don't work for me.Well, how long is your sales cycle? My sales cycle is three months. Okay, well, if your sales cycle is three months, why are you expecting people to convert after two weeks? That's something that you have to understand. People tend to sit on my email list for at least three or four months before they buy from me. That is what I used as my timeframe to measure when I was working at Zappos.We are expecting people to buy something that day or the next day. We have a very short sales cycle. Either you want the Nikes or you don't, those kinds of things that we were measuring success based on one or two-day sales cycle. So one, it's about understanding what your sales cycle is for your particular type of products or for your particular services.2. Fresh ad accounts don't have a lot of dataFacebook is always is, the more you run ads, the more efficient your ads are going to be. Because Facebook is taking all that data and putting it into like a container, and it's saying like, okay, these are the people who convert for are.When Stacey runs ads, she typically talks about these kinds of things. These are the people who typically convert for her. So they're building a profile of your people. So you want to make sure that you're looking at it from a sense of like, facebook ads are a long-term strategy.They're not something that you put a dollar in. You're going to get a dollar right out, right away. But if you are someone who has an email list, then you can appreciate the value of having a lot more people on your email list, especially a lot more targeted people. Because that's the one great thing with Facebook ads, is that you can really target people.Like if your clients are small business owners, you can target small business owners. So you fill your email list with a lot of people who are actually in your target audience. If you are someone who also sends your podcast out via email, that means that you get more people who are seeing your podcast, and ask more people who are in your world.3. How long should you run your ads?Give it at least three or four months because there's a lot of testing that goes into Facebook ads to figure out what strategy works, and what doesn't work. There's a lot of receiving a whole lot of data. And that's the great thing about Facebook ads also, is that you get a ton of data. You get a lot more data than you get from just the podcast analytics that you get. You get a lot more data than what you get from organic marketing.And so if you're able to actually run some ads, and you're able to receive the signals and say like, okay, this is working, this was not working, that's part of the process, is figuring out what works, what doesn't work.So give yourself at least 90 days. Give yourself three or four months to really figure out if something's working for you.3. How much should you spend?Facebook ads are very, very flexible when it comes to budget because how they charge you is by cost per impression.Google ads and some of the other platforms are charging you by clicks. They're saying you're paying $2 every time somebody clicks on your ad. But Facebook charges you based on how many thousand people have seen your actual ad.So it'll say like, you're paying $5 for 1000 people to see this. So if you're thinking about it in that way, and 1000 people is not a lot of people when it comes to Facebook, if you think about there are 2.9 billion monthly active users on this site.If you're spending $5 a day and your cost per impression is $5, then you're only getting 1000 people to see your ad a day, or you're only getting 1000 impressions a day.That's not really a whole lot of people, especially if you're thinking about how big of a pool the audience is. So I like to tell people I like to spend a minimum of $15 a day. Then that helps you to be able to get some data. The costs are very controlled. You can always turn things off immediately.4. Increased competition during Q4In Facebook, if something's not working, you can just turn it right off. So $15 a day is a minimum that I like to spend because that gives you space to be able to get some data in and get your ads seen by people. Especially during Q4 work, your costs are a lot higher because there's a lot more competition.Everybody's trying to run ads during this period of the year, so your cost per impression is going to be high. It's going to be a lot higher than it typically would be throughout the rest of the year. You have to kind of account for those kinds of things.Or what is the cost, what is Facebook charging you to get in front of your people? How much competition is fighting for that audience? Business owners, for example. There's a lot of people trying to target business owners.So if there are a lot of people trying to target business owners, that means the costs go up $15 a day minimum, somewhere between two hundred and fifty dollars to five hundred dollars a month if you're thinking about a monthly budget as a minimum.5. How much of your revenue should you allocate to marketing?But what I also like to tell people about budgets is that you have to start to look at your marketing and create an expense line for your marketing. A percentage of your revenue should be allocated to marketing.For example, with me, I follow the Profit First System, which is a great book, teaching you how to balance your money and stuff like that. When I started to look at that, and when I started to do that, I allocate how much I pay myself as a percentage. I allocate how much profit I want to have as a percentage.I figured out what my expenses are based on, what percentage my expenses are of my revenue, and then I figured out, okay, what's left for me? I allocate about 5% of my monthly revenue to my marketing and to my ads, because that is a percentage that works for me, meaning that I can spend that and still be able to pay myself, still be able to make a profit, and all that kind of good stuff.If you're someone who's making $10,000 a month, $20,000 a month in revenue, $500 might not actually give you enough volume for you to actually be able to see something that's working, especially if you're making 20 to 40k a month, $500 is really not just going to be a drop in the bucket for you.If you're just starting out and you're really trying to play around and figure out what's going on here, then yeah, $500 $250 a month actually is a good budget for you. But if you're making over $10,000 a month, then you really need to start allocating a percentage of that revenue to your marketing. So that way you can actually give it a fair comparison.Your Objectives & How They Affect Facebook Ads BillingFirst off, what are impressions?Impressions are more so just how Facebook is going to bill you. That's when they're billing you a certain dollar amount for a thousand impressions.Regardless of how you set your campaign up, they're still going to charge you by impressions, and based on the objective that you could what you're talking about is our objectives. Essentially, Facebook has been able to bucket its users based on their behavior.It can say, like, Alexandra is more likely to become a lead, or Stacey is more likely someone who's going to make a purchase. Or Megan is more likely going to be someone who's just going to double-tap and keep scrolling. She's not going to leave the platform. She's just going to like, comment, and share, and then she's going to keep on scrolling.So it's able to kind of bucket people that way. And then that's what's going to determine your objective. When you select a lead generation objective. For example, Facebook is going to show your ad to people who are more likely to become a lead. Or if you pick sales, it's going to show it to people who are more likely to make a purchase.Even can go just traffic where it's like people who are more likely to just go to the landing page, let it load, and then they don't actually sign up for something, but they actually do go to the landing page.Selecting Your ObjectiveLead GenerationSo there are so many different objectives that you can choose. I typically use a lead generation objective when I'm running ads for my podcast because that's my goal. My goal is to generate leads. And the way that I structure my podcast on my website, I have lead magnets in there.So I'll say, for example, when we were talking a little earlier, I'll take a podcast series that I have. I just did a series on funnels, on marketing funnels. I took that. I took all four episodes and they were published in the podcast land, right? So you can go to my podcast player and you can find the episodes.But I wanted to make it easy for people to say, like, I'm interested in marketing funnels here. Just give me all your content on marketing funnels. So I created a little PDF that just has a link to each episode in there. And I have like a little workbook that goes with it as well. I run Lead generation ads to that because I want people who are more likely to sign up to become leads.Traffic ObjectiveI rarely use a traffic objective because I don't want just people to go to my website. I want people to actually go there, stay, wait for it to load, and actually sign up for something because my ultimate goal is to get people on my email list, email, especially if you're a podcaster.I get most of my downloads when I send out an email saying, hey, I have a new podcast episode that comes out. And so my goal with my business is to grow my email list exponentially because I find that most of my revenue comes from my email whenever I'm doing any kind of promotions. So that's why I typically use a lead generation objective.What are the factors that cause ad price fluctuations?But if you think about lead generation is going to cost less than sales because sales is a higher objective, a higher purchase intent. So Facebook is going to charge you more for your cost per impression for sales than they are going to charge you for leads.Traffic is going to be even less expensive to run because people are just going there and they're just checking it out doesn't require a commitment. The costs are going to fluctuate based on the time of year, based on how much competition is for your audience, based on the objective that you use.All of that stuff kind of goes into the factor of cost. And Facebook doesn't actually tell us specifically like, oh, we charge this for lead generation, we charge this for sales. They don't tell us how much they're going to charge. Those kind of things do impact the cost.The Objective Showdown: Leads, Traffic, and SalesLeadsMy ultimate result is I want people to consume my podcast and want to be on my email list. That's why I run lead generation campaigns. And I also have things that are like pop-ups on my site that say, would you like to join our email list? I'll send you my top five episodes.All of the things on my site are set up to really kind of collect leads because that's how I feed my business. That's how I make sales from leads. If you are trying to get a brand deal and. Your brand deals are coming from how many downloads you get or how many listeners you get.So because my objective is to get leads, that's why I set my pages up the way that I do to really kind of get those people onto my email list. And then I have like a welcome series that comes behind us, like, oh, thanks so much for listening to the podcast. Here are my top five episodes, top five downloaded episodes, or things that I think are most relevant to anybody who lands on a particular page.Sometimes I have lead generators on there where I'm like, hey, get the companion guide that goes with this series. So if I do a series, I always create some kind of worksheet or something that goes with it that includes a link to each episode. And on there, I have a pop-up that says, like, would you want the companion guide to go to this episode? Add your information here and I'll send it to you.So it really kind of depends on what is your objective as a business with this particular episode and that's going to determine how you set it up.TrafficBut you might want to do a traffic objective because you want people to just kind of go to your website and really need them to become a lead, but you really want them to go to the site.Maybe they want them to listen to your podcast player on your site. Or they go to your site, they see your podcast player, and you have your buttons down that says listen on Apple. And they go and listen on Apple. Really depends on what your business objectives are.SalesSay you have a digital product, for example, that you're promoting in your podcast episode and you have some sales checkout or something on your page. Then you want to run some sales objectives because then it's going to get people to your site who are more likely to complete the purchase.If you have a podcast episode about how to plan your week, and then you have a planner that goes with it that you can buy, like a $10 planner or something that goes with it, you should definitely put that on your landing page, on the page of the podcast player where people go to on your show notes, I guess I should say.For that case, I would probably want a sales objective because I want people who are more likely to become sales to make a purchase rather than someone who's just going to become a lead or just go to the page and check it out.SummaryIf growing your list and growing your opt-ins are the most important, you're going to want a lead generation campaign.If you just want to make those sales and maybe your sales cycle shorter, it's an easier buy for people. You're going to go with the sales objectiveIf downloads and show growth are your goals, then you can take the least expensive option, which is going to be the traffic campaign on Facebook.Boosting Posts: The Biggest Mistake You Can MakeThat is something Facebook asks me to do all the time.It makes it so tempting. It's like, don't you want to boost this post and get 600 more people to see? It just goes perfectly with the objective conversation we were just having. One of the objectives that you could also have on Facebook is engagement.Engagement is likes, comments, and shares. And honestly, engagement doesn't pay the bills. Y'all, I don't care how many people like it, I don't care how many people share it. I want to know, did someone become a lead? Did someone make a sale? Did someone come into my marketing ecosystem somehow?So when you're boosting a post, the objective is engagement. You cannot change the objective there. When you're boosting a post, Facebook is just going to show your creative to people who are more likely to comment, like, and share.You also are limited in the audiences that you get to target. When you go to boost a post, you have very limited options for the audiences that you can show this to. You can show it to people who are similar to your followers, you can show it to maybe demographically like people who live in a certain area.Why Ads Manager is SuperiorBut when you're building ads in Ads Manager, there's a whole Meta Business Suite there that shows you how to run ads. That's where you can see insights for your organic content. There's a ton of information in Meta Business Suite. That is the platform that you go into and you run ads from. And in there you can run ads to custom audiences.Custom Audience TargetingFor example, if you do have an email list that has over 1000 people on it, you can upload that email list directly to Facebook and say, hey, show this ad to people who are just like the people on my email list, or show it to my people on my email list.Because maybe people are competing for your audience's attention. Especially during Q4, people who are sending emails are going to go from sending one email a day to two emails a day or three emails a day.Advanced Audience TargetingSo as we move through Q4, you can run ads directly to just your email list. Or you can create a lookalike of your email list of people who have similar behaviors and habits. You can create more custom audience instances. You can retarget your website traffic.So if people are kind of like, say, if you decide you want to run ads with each of your new episodes, which is a lot, I would say, to do, I wouldn't necessarily recommend that. But let's say that you have a really great episode and you want to make sure that your customers or your clients in your world see it. You can do that.You can run ads for people who follow you on Instagram or people who have interacted with you on Instagram. But when you're boosting a post, you're very limited to the amount of audiences that you can choose because it's very limited on the objective and it's just a low lift and a very cheap, like, kind of dip your toe in to get yourself going with ads.I always recommend that you avoid boosting posts because like I said, I don't care how many people like the post, I want to know how many people are actually going to the landing page and consuming the content.Best Practices For Call To Actions & CreativesCall to ActionSo call to action is the easiest. So I'll talk about that first. Facebook does have an actual call to action button that says Listen now. That's the one that I use when I am running ads directly to a specific podcast episode. I'll say listen now. That one's really good you can use.I mean, Learn More is a little vague. I always tell people with the call to action buttons, you are limited to what Facebook gives you. So, like, Facebook is only going to give you a certain I think maybe it's like ten or 15 options that you can choose from.But I say pick the one that's closest to the one that you want people to actually do. Because what I learned when I was working at Zappos and we were spending millions of dollars, so we were doing a lot of testing. One of the things we were testing was Shop Now versus Learn More.Literally 90% of the time when we were running these tests, if we wanted people to get more purchases, this is for people that hit Shop Now for the ads that say Shop Now than the ads that say Learn More.That's one of the things that I took as a learning for myself. And I teach that to my students in that the call to action button should be as closest to the action that you want people to take. So if it's listen now it's listen now if it's download download.So, for example, when I create a lead magnet with my funnel series, the Call to Action, there is download because I want people to download or sign up or something like that.I do make it so that people have to go through a landing page to be able to actually get that series so that I collect the lead. So that's call to action buttons, you're limited to what Facebook gives you.But pick something that's as close as possible not to say that Learn More doesn't work because Learn More does work. It can work. So if you do want people to go to your landing page and check something out, learn more is probably like the default.If I don't see anything else that fits, then I'll pick like, learn more or something like that.CreativesOne of the things you have to think about with Creative is that with our attention spans, right? Our attention spans are about 2 seconds.At this point, TikTok is probably making it even shorter. It's really hard to capture attention on social. Very crowded landscape. But what you want to make sure that you're doing is infusing messaging within your creative.That's the first thing I talk about when I talk about creating ads, what is the message that resonates with your listeners that will bring them in to listen to this episode?I was talking to someone who also does like, podcast production, and she runs ads to her podcast, but she was saying, I just run ads, saying like, hey, here's my podcast. Go subscribe to it. And she was like, well, why are you running ads to specific episodes?And I said because I want to get people in a specific mind frame. If I'm sending ads to one of the podcast episodes I ran ads to why now is the perfect time to run Facebook ads. I want to capture someone who is right on that cusp of thinking, like, should I be running Facebook ads right now, or should I not be running Facebook ads right now?Rather than running ads to my podcast, which is Roadmap to $1 Million, which I am going to test, I am going to test running ads just specifically like, hey, here's my know subscribe, blah, blah, blah.I am going to test doing that. But I wanted to make sure that the messaging was connecting with people who are right on the fence about whether should I be running ads right now. Should I not be? That's what I will say about Creative is that you want to make sure that you're infusing that messaging.With the funnels series that I did, one of the ads kind of the message that was, you already have a funnel. You just don't know that you have a funnel because a lot of people think that they don't. But I'm like, if you're making sales, you have a funnel.Funnels are just a way for to move people from “I have no idea who you are to please take my money.” That's what it is. What is that journey that people go on to actually buy from you? You already have a funnel.You just haven't defined it yet. And that's a way to stick out. Because if I just say, like, hey, download this, listen to this episode about funnels, it's like, well, why do I need a funnel? Well, what if I already have a funnel? It's just a little vague.So you want to make sure that you're infusing that messaging, you're using the language that your customers use, your clients use, or your listeners use.You want to make sure. For example, I use the example of, like, soda versus pop. Some people say pop, and some people say soda. If you know your clients are soda people, then you want to say soda, because if you say pop, they're going to be like, well, what is that? Then it's not going to resonate. Those kinds of things are definitely helpful when you think about messaging.Creative FormatsFor creative, I like to use a mix of still images and video.In my course. I teach people how to actually structure their video ads because video definitely helps to bring in a lot of builds that know, like, and trust. You can pull, like, clips from your podcast. Maybe there's a really interesting message in there that really kind of hooks people.You can use that if you don't record your podcast. For video, for example, you can use still images and then maybe put a caption over top of it or maybe pull a caption out of what you said, something that really grabs people's attention.But it should be very specific. It shouldn't just be, hey, listen to my podcast because it's the greatest thing since Life spread. It should really talk about who is your podcast for, and who benefits most from your podcast. What are the things that you talk about? Who is it really for?Like, my podcast, for example, is not for people who are just starting out in business. I'm not teaching you, like, marketing one on one. I'm not teaching you what is a landing page or what is a lead magnet.I teach people how to take their business to the next level. I teach people who I already have something working. They're like, I have something that's working. I'm making sales, but I'm really trying to scale it and take it to the next level.That's who I talk to in my ad. Creative, keeping in mind who you're talking to and what they care about, is the best way to figure out what you actually should be saying in your actual ad.Graphics versus Copy: Which Has A Bigger Impact?Honestly, the copy is the most important.Yeah, I can give you an example that literally just happened to me recently. And this isn't, like, specific to a podcast, but this is just to illustrate the difference. I just did a live webinar earlier this week, so I was running ads for my live webinar.I had given myself a two, three-week runway to run these ads, and I'm glad I did. And that's what I teach my students and the reason is because the first week these ads were doing were crap. They were not converting. They were just like the click-through rate was very low.I wasn't getting a whole lot of leads. I was just like, what is happening? And I got frustrated, and I just was like, oh my gosh, what's going on here? To kind of step out of the frustration and say, like, okay, what is the data actually telling me?When I was looking at the data, the first thing I like to look at is my click-through rate. If people are not clicking on this ad, then they're not going to have the opportunity to go to the landing page and actually fill this out.Improving Creative and Click-Through RateWhat I realized was that the click-through rate, and that's an indicator of creative. So your click-through rate is an indicator of is this creative resonating with this particular audience? It wasn't resonating because my click-through rate was at, like, 0.5%. And I like to have a click-through rate of about 1% or higher.To me, if you're at 1% or higher, that's 1% is about average. Anything higher than 1%, that means you're pretty good. What happened, though, is that I'm not filming these ads again. I'm not going to reshoot these ads. Okay? But what I did is I literally just changed the copy. I changed the headline because one of the first things people see is the headline.I was looking at my analytics to see like, okay, which headline? Which creative is actually performing the best? I went through there, and I took out some headlines. Reformatted that a little bit, and literally with the exact same creative and exact same audiences, that click-through rate went from 0.5% to 3%.The Power of Copy ChangesThen I see people were actually signing up for the landing page, and I started to see the leads come through. Just because I changed the copy. I didn't change anything about the video that was running. There was a still image running also. All of that was exactly the same. The only thing I changed was the headline.And I think I judged the copy just a little bit on the body copy, and that made a tremendous impact. So I would definitely say don't get too tripped up on the actual creative.The images that I use are literally just like from photo shoots that I've done, like business photo shoots. It's not necessarily a headshot. I use more of a lifestyle image. So there's one image that always converts.For me, for some reason, it's just me sitting on a couch with my laptop, and that one just converts. Every time I run it, it converts. So I use that image in all of the different campaigns. I run it till it stops working until I start to get to that point where I'm like, okay, people are sick of seeing this image. Then I will stop using it.But I just changed headlines, I changed copy, and all that kind of stuff. So I would definitely say copy is the biggest indicator because the creative and the graphic is going to cause people to stop scrolling.The headline is going to also cause people to stop scrolling, but that body copy is what people are going to actually look at to determine whether they actually want to click on the ad and go to the next page.And I teach in my course, I teach people how to use Chat GBT for copy to really kind of get headlines and body copy at least giving you a starting point, because that's the thing, sometimes people are kind of lost because they don't have a starting point.But if you're going in through Chat GPT and saying like, give me some Facebook ad headlines that can help you to get some really good inspiration for what you should be posting, and then you start to run some things.And the more you run stuff, the more you actually see the data and you can say, like, oh, this headline is working really well on this particular ad. Let me actually take this headline and apply it to some other ad.Should you use emojis in your copy?Creative or adding emojis to headlines also helps, really, because it kind of helps to make it stick out from the feed. I use emojis in my body copy also, and Chat GBT, sometimes they go emoji crazy, so you might have to rein it back in. We don't need an emoji after every single word.So sometimes you rein it in a little bit, but emojis are good, and that's if your audience when I talk to my people, I use emojis so it fits with my brand. If you're someone who does not use emojis, don't just throw a bunch of emojis in there just to stick out.You want to make sure that it's on brand for what you're talking about with who you are and how you present. But using emojis, those kinds of definitely helps to make things stick out.But I would definitely put more emphasis on the copy instead of getting yourself tripped up with like, I'm not a good writer because I don't think of myself as a good writer, but I just go to Chat GBT. And it can give me a starting point, and then I can take that, and then I can judge it up and make it my own.Should you personally appear in your video ads?Yeah, so I have a client, who argued that people did not want to see her in her videos and in her ads. She argued me down. I said, let's try it.So we literally had the same exact video script. One of her talking, just talking to the camera. It was her doing a voiceover. So she had somebody do stock stuff. Like it was stock photos, b-roll style.Yeah. So we had like a video without her in it at all. And then we had a video where it was like a combo, where it was like some visual, and then it was cut to her talking and stuff like that. And literally, the video of her just talking to her people was always performed the best.That's why I tell people I'm like, I get that we're like introverts and stuff like that. So maybe just use a still image of you. Like use a nice photo from a photo shoot that you may have done from a business photo shoot, or if you have some really good clear photos.That's the thing. I just want to make sure you can take photos on your phone own, but just make sure it's very clear it's sized correctly. But the image that converts best for me is literally just me. Like I said, I'm looking at the camera. I'm sitting there like sleep.Facebook Ads Library as a ResourceAnd honestly, what you can do is if you go to Facebook's Ads Library, you can see anybody's ads that are running. You can search for one. If you know your competitors are running ads, you can go.This is a part of Facebook's page transparency, the whole Cambridge Analytica, whole scandal thing. From that, they have made things more transparent. So you can see any page that's running ads. You can go to their page, you can see the ads that they're running.Or you can go to Ads Library then you can type in my name and you can see my business page and you'll see the ads that I have running. Or you can do that with your competitors.You can do that to get inspiration. I just taught a workshop to some restaurant owners earlier this week, and we were just going through and looking at local small businesses. So we were looking at ads for like, Yard House and Red Robin and Olive Garden and some of these bigger brands who have these big budgets for just inspiration, right?You can take a look in there and see inspiration because it doesn't necessarily mean that something is performing really well. If you go to someone's business page and you go to page transparency you got to find it.Caution: Only use these ads as inspirationBut going to the Ads Library is a lot more straightforward because then you can just type in somebody's name. You can even type in topics. You don't even have to type see somebody specifically their ads.You can say like, restaurants, and it'll pull up all ads that mention restaurants. You can do podcasts and you just search in there. But I just want to make sure you caveat to say just because something is running does not mean it's performing, does not mean that it's actually getting someone meeting their business objectives.So use it for inspiration, but don't take it as this is what I have to actually create.More on Stacy ReedI have a course called Maximize with Ads. It is all about how to run your own Facebook and Instagram ads.I have always been an in-house marketer, meaning I've worked for the brands that I've been doing marketing for and I love to be able to work with people who want to build their own in-house marketing teams or have people on their team that actually can have multiple skill sets.That's really who the course is for. It's for you if you want to run your own ads, if you have a team, you want them to run ads for you. And it's really for the specifically like online coaches, online service providers, consultants, people in that kind of space who need to generate leads and who need to generate sales.Because I really want to make sure that the course is very focused on what we have on what you actually need. And now I'm actually working on specific strategy cards for different niches. So strategy cards specifically for podcasters. This is what I'm doing on my podcast ads. Here's how you recreate that.I'm also creating some for people who do sales calls. So it's like how do you actually move people from a Facebook ad to an actual sales call? Those kinds of different things are actually on our roadmap.In October, we're doing a big refresh of the course and putting a whole lot of new awesome stuff in there, especially for podcasters. I'm starting to attract a lot more podcasters and people who like me are just, hey, like, I love what I do and I love creating content, but I also have a life and I also don't want to be having to talk about having to share the podcast episode that came out three months ago.That's really good. That's still getting some downloads. I want to be able to amplify that and light that thing on fire. And so that's really who the course is for. And we have support also. So we have actually office hours.Right after this. I meet with my students and they can come on and ask me questions. We have a Facebook group where there's a bunch of people in there who are not poo-pooing ads. They're like team ads. Yes, we love ads off of it. And so that's what the course is all about.I have a podcast called Roadmap to $1 Million. It. Comes out weekly. We post episodes every Tuesday.You can also find me online. My name all around these internet streets is @stacyzeal.co that's also my website as well, Stacy Zeal & Co. and that's where you can get access to the course.So if you go to https://stacyzeal.co/maximize you can watch my workshop, where I go deep about Facebook ads and the strategy and my framework and all that kind of good stuff.And you can really kind of learn what is the process, what does it look like? What do you need to have in place? First, we talk about funnels, we talk about messaging, all that kind of good stuff.So I would definitely say start by watching my workshop and that'll actually lead you into grabbing the course. I love it.PFBCon 2023There is little that is more inspiring than getting to learn directly from experts.If you'd like to continue this conversation with Stacey, you can next week at the Podcasting for Business Conference, where she will be giving an even more in-depth presentation on how to strategically use Facebook ads for your Pod guest.It will be a presentation that you should not miss, and I hope that we see you there. You can register for your ticket here.Key Quotes"Facebook ads are a long-term strategy. They're not something that you put a dollar in, you're going to get a dollar right out, right away.” - Stacy Reed"I always recommend that you avoid boosting posts because like I said, I don't care how many people like the post, I want to know how many people are actually going to the landing page and consuming the content." - Stacy ReedResourcesOne Stone Creative | LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook | InstagramMake sure to check out our free Monthly Strategy Calls!Podcasting for Business Conference 2023Learn about what other business podcasters are doingState of Business Podcasting Report 2022Stacy Reed Website | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn | YouTubeRoad to $1 Million PodcastMaximize with AdsRelated:Structuring an Episode For Effective Ads with Heather OsgoodPodcast Promotion that Feels Good with Alexandra CohlThe Philosophy of Podcast Promotions with Deirdre TshienAbout Stacy Reed“Stacy Reed is absolutely obsessed with taking online brands to new heights through strategic marketing. As a Strategic Marketing Consultant and Facebook Ads Expert, Stacy teaches CEOs how to make more money, gain their time back, and rapidly increase their visibility to impact the world with their brilliance.She's had the incredible opportunity to lead paid social efforts for big names like Zappos, UGG, Steve Madden, Adidas, Crocs, and many more generating over $150 Million in sales across channels like Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Pinterest, and more.With over 11 years of marketing expertise under her belt, Stacy loves sharing her knowledge and helping online brands maximize their marketing strategies. Her ultimate goal is to teach you how to scale your businesses to a remarkable $1 Million and beyond. Stacy hosts the Roadmap to $1 Million podcast, where she shares actionable insights on all things business and marketing. 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If you're wondering where NOT to take a first date, this is the podcast episode for you. Join us on The Victory Couch as we discuss chain restaurants of our past as well as our childhood bedrooms. We also give thought and discussion to what people simply don't fully understand about our occupations. Martial arts school owners and photographers…squish in--- this one is for you. Show notes: Connect with us on Instagram @thevictorycouch, Facebook, email@example.com, or www.thevictorycouch.com Want a new Victory Couch sticker for your water bottle, laptop, guitar case, etc.? Send us a quick screenshot of your review and your mailing address and we'll get you one! Reviews welcome https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-victory-couch/id1628820081 SUBSCRIBE to The Victory Couch e-mail list by visiting https://www.thevictorycouch.com/ and click SUBSCRIBE at the top of your screen. Leave us a voice message through Spotify for Podcasters: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thevictorycouch/message Where would you not EVER take a first date? Walt Disney World https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/ BP https://www.bp.com/ What was your favorite chain restaurant as a kid? Fuddruckers https://www.fuddruckers.com/ Morrison's cafeteria https://www.piccadilly.com/location-morrisons-cafeteria#menu=?morrisons-cafeteria K&W https://www.kwcafeterias.com/ Red Lobster https://www.redlobster.com/ Chuck E Cheese https://www.chuckecheese.com/ Toys R Us https://www.toysrus.com/ Chi-Chis https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chi-Chi%27s Bob's Big Boy https://bobs.net/ Olive Garden https://bobs.net/ Pizza Hut https://www.pizzahut.com/ Chick-fil-A https://www.chick-fil-a.com/ Shoney's https://www.shoneys.com/locations/ What do you most remember about your childhood bedroom? Washington Redskins (now Commanders) https://www.commanders.com/ Dean Cain https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001002/ Tiffani Amber Thiessen https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0005485/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0_tt_0_nm_8_q_tiffani%2520 Sandra Bullock https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000113/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1 The Spice Girls https://thespicegirls.com/ The Chicks https://thechicks.com/ YM magazine https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/YM_%28magazine%29 Seventeen magazine https://www.seventeen.com/ Teen People https://www.bustle.com/articles/139755-22-teen-people-covers-ranked-in-terms-of-nostalgia-value Are there some common misconceptions about being a photographer/martial arts studio owner? Couch crumbs: lost sleep, the loss of Pat Johnson - https://parade.com/news/pat-e-johnson-dead-karate-kid-trainer TMNT Karate Kid Prop your feet up: getaway with a friend/ date night, making coffee, solving a mystery --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thevictorycouch/message
"Fine" Dining is back to weekly releases! The Melting Pot is in the midst of a renaissance, with ambitious expansion goals Michael details the changes moving into the new season Learn about the history of the franchise in Eat Deets (fka Resty Fact Round-Up) Guest host Rhyan Schwartz gives Michael someone to eat all the cheese that our host refuses to touch Michael rebrands cheese to ch**se Harrison Augustine
People announced their 2023 Sexiest Man Alive as Patrick Dempsey! Do you think he deserves the spot? We debate it and talk about the upcoming project he has! Gandhi and Elvis have a funny encounter in the company kitchen! It reminds us of the passive aggressive microwave note that is still in there! Danielle went to Olive Garden last night to commemorate her dad and Producer Sam got asked if she was pregnant! Plus, Billy Porter joins us to talk Sag-Aftra strike and his upcoming album. We also play a game of connections and Elvis's husband Alex comes on-air to talk about how he is being honored at the Gay City News Impact Awards tonight! We're so proud of you!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On #TheMenu: You Can Buy ANYTHING from Olive Garden. Costco Hot Finds. A Restaurant's "Bad Parenting Fee". New Music. Making Time For You Friends. Beer AND MORE! See Yinz At The Table for another Episode of the BRUNCH BREAKDOWN PODCAST! Check out the SOUNDS OF BRUNCH Playlist on Spotify! WATCH Full Episodes of the @BrunchBreakdown Podcast on YouTube & Facebook. LISTEN on AMAZON, Audible, Spotify, Apple, and Everywhere You Get Your Podcasts. FOLLOW us on X, Threads, Triller, Instagram, TikTok, and GoodPods!
Froggy has convos with his dog, Sam has people thinking she is pregnant, Danielle went to Olive Garden, Skeery ordered organic cereal for his parents, Gandhi talked to her friends on the phone instead of via text, and Straight Nate is worried his dentist may learn he doesn't floss! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week the Bayer siblings welcome the hilarious George Civeris and Sam Taggart to the podcast! The group reveal insights about their resting faces and does shaving your facial hair always make you look younger? Vanessa also insists that she is a Sam and Jonah is a George, and basically proves her point when they debate the return of the Olive Garden's Neverending Pasta Bowl (hint: Vanessa and Sam are PRO Pasta Bowl.) Plus, they talk about the phenomenon that was Eminem in the nineties and how they were at times offended by him while at other times attracted to him? Vanessa also talks about meeting him at SNL and they discuss his business ventures today (which actually have something in common with The Olive Garden). Finally, in an exciting game of YES/NO-STALGIA, the group is surprises themselves by being both Pro-Furby and more shockingly, Pro-McDonald's Oreo Frappe! So be sure to lose yourself in this incredible episode and also check out George and Sam's fantastic podcast, StraightioLab! Check out Sam Taggart's show Club Comic at Color Club Ballroom on Thursday, 11/9: https://dice.fm/event/6kyob-sam-taggart-club-comic-9th-nov-color-club-ballroom-chicago-tickets and George Civeris at The Elysian on Wednesday, 11/29: https://www.elysiantheater.com/shows/georgeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hop on the couch this week and join us as we reminisce about Saturday Night Live favorite eras of the past. We also discuss photos we'd retrieve if we could only save two, what to do with imaginary acreage if we had it, and which kid shows we would watch even if we didn't have kids. A special shout out is also given to the world of demolition derby. Show notes: Connect with us on Instagram @thevictorycouch, Facebook, firstname.lastname@example.org, or www.thevictorycouch.com Want a new Victory Couch sticker for your water bottle, laptop, guitar case, etc.? Send us a quick screenshot of your review and your mailing address and we'll get you one! Reviews welcome https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-victory-couch/id1628820081 SUBSCRIBE to The Victory Couch e-mail list by visiting https://www.thevictorycouch.com/ and click SUBSCRIBE at the top of your screen. Leave us a voice message through Spotify for Podcasters: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thevictorycouch/message What do you remember and what were the funniest skits from Saturday Night Live? Spartans Cheerleaders https://youtu.be/SErOdLSlpkE TGI Fridays skit with Scott Wolf https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wsmy3tspZdQ *Correction they did call it TGI Fridays, PJ McWhiskers came from the Will Ferrell line “Maybe that BS flies over at PJ McWhiskes….” Party of Five https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0108894/ Tower Records https://towerrecords.com/pages/about?currency=USD Starbucks https://www.starbucks.com/ Mad TV https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0112056/ Chippendales skit on SNL with Chris Farley https://youtu.be/stqG2ihMvP0 Church lady with Dana Carvey https://youtu.be/puwoUKhZQbg Harry Caray/ Will Ferrell https://youtu.be/OMNaTApbo8E Down by the river skit with Chris Farley https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xv2VIEY9-A8 More cowbell with Will Ferrell and Christopher Walken https://youtu.be/cVsQLlk-T0s Have there been any programs that you loved watching with our kids that you would watch even if you didn't have kids? The Lego Batman Movie https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4116284/ Megamind https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1001526/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0_tt_6_nm_2_q_megamind Lego Masters https://www.imdb.com/title/tt9615014/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1 Survivor https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0239195/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1 Bluey https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7678620/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1 Secrets of Sulphur Springs https://www.imdb.com/title/tt10329642/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1 Just Add Magic on Amazon https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3952746/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1 Cindy Callaghan books (Author of Just Add Magic) https://cindycallaghan.com/books/ Big City Greens https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7165904/ If you were given a thousand acres of land, what would you do on the acreage? Olive Garden https://www.olivegarden.com/home Chick-fil-A https://www.chick-fil-a.com/ If you could only grab two photos from your house which ones would you choose? Couch crumbs: poured out and exhausted, waiting on others to finish projects/tasks Prop your feet up: get to spend time with best friend, demolition derby first timer --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thevictorycouch/message
Today's episode breaks down the viral first date list circulating social media. A video went viral last week of a woman refusing to get out of a vehicle when her date arrived at Cheesecake Factory. We share the list of dates that social media deemed unacceptable and give you some takeaways if you're managing money and the dating scene. Enjoy! In this episode, we chat about: The viral first dates list Our votes for first date success Tips to manage the dating scene and finances MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Viral list of 1st dates Love is Blind on Netflix ABOUT PRICE OF AVOCADO TOAST: Listen in with Haley and Justin Brown-Woods, married millennials picking up the pieces from the financial fiasco they created as a young couple. They want to normalize conversations about money and learn from others on the path towards financial empowerment. Whether you are just getting started on your debt-free journey, or if you are really starting to hit your stride, this podcast is for YOU! Join weekly as they interview some others who have done it the right way, the wrong way, and every way in between. Avocado toast may cost a pretty penny, but that doesn't mean it can't be in your budget! FIND HALEY AND JUSTIN ONLINE + SOCIAL MEDIA HERE: Price of Avocado Toast Instagram Price of Avocado Toast Twitter Price of Avocado Toast on TikTok Price of Avocado Toast Facebook Join the Price of Avocado Toast Newsletter OTHER LINKS: Apply for 1:1 Coaching With Haley & Justin Price of Avocado Toast customizable 12 month budgeting template Digital downloads RECOGNITION: Audio engineer: Garrett Davis Podcast Support: Weir Digital Marketing
The search for mediocrity continues! Join host Michael Ornelas as he gets in the trenches for more chain restaurants than his arteries can handle. Each episode, he'll be joined by a different guest host, and no eatery is off-limits. Season 2 will include fast casual and even fast food spots as the caloric floodgates have been opened. Kicking off November 8th with guest host Rhyan Schwartz, Michael pays a visit to The Melting Pot for some fondue. This season, you can also look forward to restaurants such as Buca di Beppo, Hot Dog on a Stick, Texas Roadhouse, IHOP, a truly national Septemburger tournament bracket, and the second annual Hooter Bowl! Download season 1's episodes to get yourself ready, leave a review on whatever platforms you listen, and have a fine day! Music by: James McEnelly (@Ramshackle_Music) "Fine" Dining is on Patreon! Get an extra episode every month (October's release: Dave's Hot Chicken), extended Yelp from Strangers segments every other week, merch discounts, download access to our music including the 7 singles from our Olive Garden musical, and more! Patreon Producers: Sean Spademan, Joyce Van, & Sue Ornelas Get the 5 Survival Tips for Casual Dining at www.finediningpodcast.com! Send in your best chain restaurant stories at email@example.com. Follow the show on TikTok and Instagram @finediningpodcast Review "Fine" Dining on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, PodcastAddict, Overcast, or wherever you get your podcasts, and give me suggestions where to go next! I read every one! Totally Not Sponsored By: Harrison Augustine
Tony and Fingers' cigar review: The Warfighter 5.56mm Garrison Corojo Robusto. Their drink review: Rabbit Hole Heigold and Rabbit Hole Dareringer Bourbon. Topics this week include: Controversial ‘bad parenting fee' thrusts popular Georgia restaurant into the spotlight. Tipping is so out-of-hand in NYC, even the Olive Garden adds automatic gratuities. So you finally got TSA pre-check. Here's how to avoid being the most annoying person in line and get through fastest. List of places women REFUSE to go on a first date sparks uproar online - so, what do YOU think of the venues? Did your town make the list of rattiest cities in America? All that and much more on episode 261 of Eat Drink Smoke. More information on the Warfighter 5.56mm Garrison Corojo: Size - 5 x 52 Wrapper - Corojo (Nicaragua) Binder - Habano (Nicaragua) Filler - Ligero Habano (Estelí, Nicaragua) Tony Katz and Fingers Malloy (http://eatdrinksmokeshow.com) host Eat! Drink! Smoke! (http://facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke) recorded live at Blend Bar Cigar (http://blendbarcigar.com) in Indianapolis, IN. Follow Eat! Drink! Smoke! Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoEatDrinkSmoke | @GoEatDrinkSmoke Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke | @eatdrinksmoke IG: https://www.instagram.com/eatdrinksmokepodcast | @EatDrinkSmokePodcast The Podcast is Free! Click Below! On Apple Podcasts (http://bit.ly/eatdrinksmoke) On Amazon Music (https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/09697f78-947d-4008-92f6-18f6b241774a/Eat-Drink-Smoke) On Stitcher (https://www.stitcher.com/show/eat-drink-smoke) On Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/6Qf6qSmnpb5ctSMEtaB6lp)
WAWD Squad! It's your host Levi McCurdy back with another hilarious episode of the What Are We Doing podcast. Thanks for tuning in and showing some love! This week I'm coming at you live in my butter costume because I'm on a roll with the podcast! Got the boy dressed up as Luigi and my dog Lou Bug rockin' a makeshift Jeff Bezos outfit. We're going big for Halloween this year! But enough goofing around - let's get to the juice! First up, I've gotta dish about Taylor Swift's new romance with NFL stud Travis Kelce. Seeing them together has me shipping harder than Amazon Prime! Get this - Kelce's stats show he averages 99 yards when Taylor attends his games, but only 46 yards when she's absent. Talk about a playoff performance boost! As much as I love Tayvis (yeah, I'm trying to make it happen), Tay's rigorous touring schedule has me worried. Can Kelce's bod handle Swifty's dance routines after his Sunday scrimmages? Not to mention her ex-lover Harry Styles – pretty boy was more concerned with playing dress-up in Taylor's wardrobe than heating up the sheets, if you know what I mean. But enough about Taylor's love life - let's talk about the woman, the myth, the legend herself - Britney Spears! Her new memoir has me gagging with some piping hot tea. Who knew she secretly locked lips with JT during a Mickey Mouse Club sleepover? And her steamy fling with Colin Farrell? Just wild stuff! Of course, I've got plenty of thoughts on the conservatorship drama too. It's clear Jamie Spears abused his power as Britney's father and manager. The whole thing crushed Brit's soul and robbed her creativity, even as the cash rolled in. I'm telling you, that man deserves serious consequences for exploiting his own daughter! Alright WAWD Squad, this next story has me scheming up business ideas with magician Max Major. Ya'll heard of McKamey Manor? It's an extreme haunted house that terrifies people using hypnosis instead of actual torture. Genius! Max and I should open our own hypno-house to traumatize and get rich! I'm seeing dollar signs baby! Okay, switching gears to a viral first date list that's got me firing up hot takes. Who says Applebee's and Olive Garden are off-limits for date #1? Grab those unlimited breadsticks and let the romance flow! But you know I stand firm on hitting the Cheesecake Factory. A first date there proves our compatibility - and leaves room for more brown bread. Whew, another wild ride this week folks! Smash that subscribe button and be sure to follow Widecast Podcast on Instagram for extra content. The WAWD Squad's support means everything as I take this podcast into the stratosphere. Love ya'll and see you next time! --- ✅THE PERFECT GIFT FOR ANY OCCASION!! IT's ONLY $3 https://wawdpod.com/cameo https://wawdpod.com/cameo ✅ CUT YOUR PHONE BILL IN HALF - WITH VISIBLE WIRELESS Visible by Verizon is making it EASY to pay for wireless service once again. With UNLIMITED plans starting at $25 a month, what are you waiting for? WAWD Podcast listeners will get $20 OFF their first bill. Saving you HOW MUCH MONEY? https://wawdpod.com/visible ✅ REPURPOSE YOUR VIDEOS - Upload to 1 service & we'll handle the rest. Distribute your podcast, clips, shorts, reels, TikTok, and more with Repurpose-io Sign up today: https://wawdpod.com/repurpose ✅ 17 Hats - 50% OFF YOUR YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION Save time & run your business the smart way! https://wawdpod.com/17hats --- Listen Here: ✅ Spotify: https://bit.ly/wawd-spotify ✅ Apple Podcast: https://bit.ly/wawd-apple -- Follow Us: ✅ Instagram: https://bit.ly/wawd-instagram ✅ TikTok: https://bit.ly/wawd-tiktok ✅ Facebook: https://bit.ly/wawd-facebook --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/what-are-we-doing-pod/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/what-are-we-doing-pod/support
It's hard not to get caught up in gossip, especially with some of these salacious headlines floating around. . . Brian, Sharna, and Randy are back to answer your questions about their last episode tackling pop culture headlines. They also share the most efficient ways of dealing with gossip, how they would feel if their children wanted to enter the entertainment industry, and the blurred line between facts and opinions. Plus, the trio reacts to the viral list of places not to take a woman on a first date, like a coffee shop, the gym, or Olive Garden?!! Find out which ones they agree with and the ones they find ridiculous! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
4pm - GUEST: Kate Stone reports on today’s very anti-Israel rally at UW // TED Talks are censoring their own pre-vetted talks that dare to explore the idea of ACTUAL equality // Companies like Olive Garden in NYC are starting to add automatic gratuity of 18%
Season 2 starts November 8th! TGI Fridays is dark, red, and honestly feels like a murder room. Appropriate for the season Michael is joined by friend Sandy Rose to deliver the Resty Fact Round-Up while Garrett goes to town on Michael's bidet. Learn how TGI Fridays original incarnation was drastically different from what we know it as today Michael's pineapple son Juicy Jr. dons the mask as Juice-Son Vorhees in a terrifying murder spree homage to the Friday the 13th horror film franchise JUB issues an ominous warning Frequent dining companion Herbert Amaya goes to check on the suspicious boat on the ceiling while Michael & Garrett speculate What's Going On Over There? Garrett breaks the injunction and orders another Cinnabon-branded dessert Cheese correspondent Steven Zurita is a big fan of cheese The death of a cohost... Hear what others are saying about this TGI Fridays location in this week's Yelp from Strangers Additional Voice Actors: Sandy Rose, Herbert Amaya, Steven Zurita Music by: James McEnelly (@Ramshackle_Music) Theme Song by: Kyle Schieffer (@JazzyJellyfish) We're on Patreon! Get an extra episode every month (coming next week: Dave's Hot Chicken), extended Yelp from Strangers segments every other week, merch discounts, download access to our music including the 7 singles from our Olive Garden musical, and more! Patreon Producers: Sean Spademan, Joyce Van, & Sue Ornelas Get our 5 Survival Tips for Casual Dining at www.finediningpodcast.com! Send us your TGI Fridays stories at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us on TikTok and Instagram @finediningpodcast Let us know where we should go next by leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, PodcastAddict, Overcast, or wherever you get your podcasts. We read every one! Next time on the "Fine" Dining SEASON PREMIERE: The Melting Pot! The surviving host takes guest host Rhyan Schwartz to a cheese fondue restaurant, despite despising cheese! Hear what they have to say in two weeks for the season 2 premiere in two weeks! Ever work at a Melting Pot? Send your stories to email@example.com. Totally Not Sponsored By: JUB
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The horrifying season finale is upon us! Michael's pineapple son Juicy Jr. is Juice-Son Vorhees this week as he goes on a murderous rampage in the season finale of "Fine" Dining. TGI Fridays the 13th is upon us. Special guests Sandy Rose, Herbert Amaya, and Cheese Correspondent Steven Zurita join this wild and bloody conclusion to season 1! Hear all about the TGI Fridays experience that felt like a dark murder room, get Michael & Garrett's opinions on the food, and most importantly: no one is safe. Season 2 starts November 8th! And don't forget to check out our Patreon where the Semi-Finals and the Finals of Septemburger concluded last month! A delicious burger champion was crowned - claim your 7-day free trial now! Download the full TGI Fridays episode this Wednesday wherever you get your podcasts! Music by: James McEnelly (@Ramshackle_Music) We're on Patreon! Get an extra episode every month, extended Yelp from Strangers segments every other week, merch discounts, download access to our music including the 7 singles from our Olive Garden musical, and more! Patreon Producers: Sean Spademan, Joyce Van, & Sue Ornelas Get our 5 Survival Tips for Casual Dining at www.finediningpodcast.com! Follow the pod on TikTok and Instagram @finediningpodcast Let us know where we should go next by leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, PodcastAddict, Overcast, or wherever you get your podcasts. We read every one!
We're back for our final installment in the Qanon series. Finally. We're done. Tune in to hear Mando take Paige through the ins and outs of Q Proofs and Conspiracy spreading. Fun stuff. Also we have a Patreon! [Insert Air Horn Noises Here] If you'd like to donate and join our cult, please visit www.patreon.com/cultpodcast or visit our website and click on the Patreon tab.
McDonald's brought back the Boo-buckets just in time for Halloween! Chipotle is also bringing back the boo-rito only online! Olive Garden is selling thier cheese graters with cheese! The countdown today is 'Worst Halloween Candy'! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Squatters were charged with felonies and accused of running a strip club in the home by people in the community. The "Nickname Theory." And you can guy cheese graters at Olive Garden? Is This Anything? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Another chaotic episode is here! We talk Golden Bachelor, Iowa's Haunted Squirrel Cage Jail, New Colorado Bigfoot sighting video, The Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast, The Villisca Ax Murder House, Prime Video's new time travel horror comedy slasher Totally Killer, Hulu's upcoming queer ghost hunting show Living For The Dead, Disappointing true crime updates, Strange facts, Godzilla, Olive Garden, and much more!! Falloppiooooo… Be a dummy or a dumpster by supporting the podcast on our Patreon: http://patreon.com/whatsupweirdo Call the show and leave a message! 313-444-5170 Follow us! Twitter: @johneltenney @JessicaKnapik Insta: @johneltenney @openmyeyestoblue @wuwpod A huge thank you to our sponsors: Adam Berry: Books, Merch, & More Order his new book Goodbye Hello: Processing Grief and Understanding Death through the Paranormal at http://AdamBerryBooks.com IG: @adamberry Twitter: @adamjberry Old Town Roasting – IG: @oldtownroasting https://oldtownroasting.com
Do grocery store pies taste better in their restaurant of origin? Not by much! Marie Callender's Restaurant & Bakery feels like a slice of Michael & Garrett's childhoods, a wood-paneled wonderland that feels like a dentist's office waiting room Garrett details the history of the franchise in this week's Resty Fact Round-Up, including a history of "Pie Spies" Marie Callender's proves to be a haven of "old" The winner of the Septemburger Bracket $500 Giveaway is announced! Michael falls asleep in the booth...and Garrett is wondering What's Going On Over There? Table talk centers around Garrett's obsession with trashy reality dating shows, inspiring DILF Depot Michael's root beer gets bused, then...unbused? JUB's is getting in the biz of consulting; he'll teach you that all you need to be the greatest server is constant refills Hear what others (including a septagenarian cowboy) have to say about this Marie Callender's location in this week's Yelp from Strangers Additional Voice Actors: Sandy Rose, Steve Moulton Music by: James McEnelly (@Ramshackle_Music) Theme Song by: Kyle Schieffer (@JazzyJellyfish) We're on Patreon! Get an extra episode every month (September's episode: Septemburger's Semi-Finals & Finals), extended Yelp from Strangers segments every other week, merch discounts, download access to our music including the 7 singles from our Olive Garden musical, and more! Patreon Producers: Sean Spademan, Joyce Van, & Sue Ornelas Get our 5 Survival Tips for Casual Dining at www.finediningpodcast.com! Send us your Marie Callender's stories at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us on TikTok and Instagram @finediningpodcast Let us know where we should go next by leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, PodcastAddict, Overcast, or wherever you get your podcasts. We read every one! Next time on the "Fine" Dining SEASON FINALE: TGI Friday's! Spooky season is upon us as the boys head to TGI Friday's on Friday the 13th! Hear what they have to say in two weeks for the finale episode of season 1! Ever work at a TGI Friday's? Send your stories to email@example.com. Totally Not Sponsored By: JUB
Go back in time with a classic comfort food dining spot! Michael & Garrett drove all the way across town to get some pies from Marie Callender's Restaurant & Bakery. Hear what led them to make a skit called DILF Depot, did Michael fall asleep in the booth (spoiler: yes!), and much more. And don't forget to check out our Patreon where the Semi-Finals and the Finals of Septemburger concluded last week! A delicious burger champion was crowned - claim your 7-day free trial now! Download the full Marie Callender's episode this Wednesday wherever you get your podcasts! Music by: James McEnelly (@Ramshackle_Music) We're on Patreon! Get an extra episode every month, extended Yelp from Strangers segments every other week, merch discounts, download access to our music including the 7 singles from our Olive Garden musical, and more! Patreon Producers: Sean Spademan, Joyce Van, & Sue Ornelas Get our 5 Survival Tips for Casual Dining at www.finediningpodcast.com! Follow the pod on TikTok and Instagram @finediningpodcast Let us know where we should go next by leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, PodcastAddict, Overcast, or wherever you get your podcasts. We read every one!