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HighLevel Spotlight Sessions
High-Performing Facebook Ads With Sam Carlson

HighLevel Spotlight Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 30:58


In this "Live & Together" Spotlight Session, we talk again with Sam Carlson of UpHex. With UpHex, your Go HighLevel agency can run high-performing Facebook ads in seconds while empowering your clients to launch campaigns themselves in just a few clicks. Zero Ads Manager experience required. We discuss things like:

WNHH Community Radio
Arts Respond with Lucy Gellman: Sam Carlson, The Tines

WNHH Community Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 52:36


Arts Respond with Lucy Gellman: Sam Carlson, The Tines by WNHH Community Radio

Prospects Live Podcast
DNR Episode 6: Social Media Sam with Sam Carlson

Prospects Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 93:09


Baseball Things
What to do with Sam Carlson?

Baseball Things

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 3:10


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Baseball Things
Three Prospects with Questions heading into 2022

Baseball Things

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 4:10


Baseball Things
Status of Sam Carlson

Baseball Things

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2022 2:18


Church talks a bit about the status of Sam Carlson.

Your Faith with Fr. Chris Stanish

Once a month, St. Teresa of Avila's Campus Ministry hosts an evening of adoration with praise and worship. This evening FOCUS Missionary, Sam Carlson, gives his personal testimony about how he kept searching for more in his life and found Jesus.

WNHH Community Radio
Behind The Brand W Preston & EZ Bluez: Sam Carlson

WNHH Community Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2022 53:16


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Fat Randy the Podcast
Sam Carlson (The Tines, S.G. Carlson, Sans Serif Recording)

Fat Randy the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 68:44


Stephen talked to Sam Carlson, New Haven musical and engineering stalwart, a little while back. They talked about movie audio nerd stuff, the most illuminating kinds of failure and Aleister Crowley's, uh, compulsions. Stephen can't entirely recall, but thinks he might have inadvertently used his laptop mic for this one, so sorry I guess? Songs: The Tines - "White Sedan/Red Earth," "In the Morning You Will Find It; Youth XL - "Salad" Books by Gary Lachman: Aleister Crowley, Madame Blavatsky Socials: The Tines, Sans Serif Recording  Produced and edited by Stephen Theme by Zack Abramo

Marketing Your Practice
Ep207. The Only 2 Numbers You Need To Know To Double Your Practice. Sam Carlson

Marketing Your Practice

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2021 46:18


Practice can be complicated…I get it.  So, let's simplify it. This week on the podcast I speak with Sam Carlson, He's an online traffic and conversion specialist with a narrowed focus on new patient marketing. Sam and I have a fascinating conversation about the one 2 numbers you need to be focusing on if you're wanting your practice to double in the next 2-5 months. The simplicity of what Sam shares will help restore focus, melt away overwhelm and help you get back on the path to growing your practice. Enjoy the show. Thanks for all you do, keep saving lives. Angus Links: Website: www.mypatientstream.com Book: www.mypatientstream.com/book Case Study: https://www.facebook.com/business/success/bremerton-wellness YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCGQ_BJfGrmiJbqvpJeV-7Ahttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCGQ_BJfGrmiJbqvpJeV-7A Sam Carlson Bio: Sam Carlson is an online traffic and conversion specialist with a narrowed focus in new patient marketing. His software company, Patient Stream offers a DIY approach for clinics who wish to run their own lead generation campaigns without requiring an expertise in digital marketing. He's had featured case studies in Facebook Business™ for exceptional new patient marketing campaigns that showed outstanding results without sacrificing brand perception. Sam also author the book New Patient School | The Guide For Converting More Leads Into Patients, which helps private practice owners maximize their results and gain more revenue from lead generation efforts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Chirofunnel Podcast
Episode #276: How to Get Unlimited Attention (The Power of Polarity)

The Chirofunnel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2021 38:55


On today's episode my good friend Sam Carlson and I share a powerful marketing principle that can help you generate the attention you need to stand out, share your message and grow a thriving practice or online business.

The Chirofunnel Podcast
Episode #275: How to Get Off of the Lead Generation Rollercoaster

The Chirofunnel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2021 39:00


On today's episode my good friend Sam Carlson and I discuss a simple approach to lead generation that can help create far greater stability to your practice.  

Lookout Landing
23. They Might Be Mariners: LL's 2021 Top 30 Prospects

Lookout Landing

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 20, 2021 101:31


We’re back! Kate, Joe, and John emerge from a healthy winter break to take a look at the Lookout Landing 2021 Preseason Top Prospects List. Who just missed? Who were we relatively high or low on? And what does each prospect need in 2021 to take a big step? We also touch on the new minor league baseball alignment as it has become formalized and of course take listener questions throughout. We recognize this is a Big ‘Ol Pod, and future episodes should hew closer to an hour or so, but we... had a lot to talk about! Grab a few cups of coffee. 0:00 - 13:45 - We start things off with discussion of the minor league realignment’s certification. The Mariners come out with a good deal of convenience, large (geographical) regions of the country are left in the cold. It’s a sad day for the West Virginia Power and many other communities around the country. For baseball fans in the Pacific Northwest, however, there will be full season baseball all across the state of Washington, Western Oregon, and Vancouver B.C. 13:45 - 1:28:00 - Let’s get into the list! We each talk about our favorite honorable mentions, with a few listener questions on guys like LHP Adam Macko and RHP Michael Limoncelli, as well as some love for recent LL podcast guest RHP Jarod Bayless. We take a pick ‘em approach to the list, highlighting a few players in each tier who really could show something. How much of the time is spent marveling that the back of the system is full of players who’d have been in the top 15 a couple years ago? Plenty, y’all. Plenty. Joe takes us down the Max Povse memory lane and joins Kate in some discussion of the variance on lists for how the organization’s system is perceived. John quibbles about depth issues in the system. At the 44-minute mark we take a quick deviation into discussing top international amateur prospect SS Felnin Celestin and how and when he might be eligible to sign with the Mariners as rumored. We have some lengthy discussions on a few players, including the Cal Raleigh (Rollie) timeline, what Sam Carlson’s Ivan Drago physique could translate to in games, and who we’re more enamored with between Logan Gilbert and Emerson Hancock. 1:28:00 - End - We take ten minutes at the end to hit a few more questions we didn’t get to, on some of the top prospects in particular. Who do we expect will debut this year among this list? Have the Mariners damaged their relationship with the Jarred Kelenic camp too severely by keeping him in the minors instead of calling him up and attempting to generate an extension as soon as possible. What should the Mariners be focused on developing and acquiring right now? Music: “Top of the Pops” - Art Brut / “Top of the World” - Alex Wiley Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Seattle Mariners Podcast
Hot Stove February 2nd

Seattle Mariners Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 84:39


Ty France and Sam Carlson will join us. Jesse Smith and Joel Firman from the M's analytics department will be here as well. We will also take a listen to some of our favorite moments from the Baseball Bash.

The Chirofunnel Podcast
Episode #271: Creating a Profitable Practice in 2021 and Beyond

The Chirofunnel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2021 60:39


On today's episode of the Chirofunnel Podcast I discuss some thoughts with my good friend Sam Carlson about creating a stable, profitable practice in 2021 and beyond.

Adventures in CRE Audio Series
Integrating Tech into Real Estate with Justin Lia

Adventures in CRE Audio Series

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2020 28:23


Commercial real estate isn't the fastest to adopt the newest tech compared to other fields. Doing so, however, could increase returns, lower operating expenses, and reduce workload. In this Accelerators in Action episode, listen as Sam Carlson speaks on this topic with RE professional working to integrate tech with real estate, Justin Lia. Justin Lia currently helps people buy, sell, and run real estate. He works as both a consultant and a broker. He has a degree and license in engineering and previously worked in constructing modeling and constructing large structures such as retaining walls and other geotechnical models. He works with giant REITS, the biggest PE  companies in the world, and more to bring a detailed perspective on how to add value to deals. 

Prospects Live Podcast
Seattle Mariners 2021 Team Board Breakdown

Prospects Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2020 91:34


Joe Doyle, Nick Stillman and Isaiah Burrows sat down to talk about their process of evaluating the Mariners farm system and its Top 40 prospects. Why so much love for Sam Carlson and Levi Stoudt? Why the skepticism surrounding Jake Fraley and Sam Delaplane? Is Cal Raleigh a big league regular? Also, maybe most importantly, how bright will the stars of Jarred Kelenic and Julio Rodriguez shine...

Dad’s Gaming Corner
Gaming With Kids - Part 2

Dad’s Gaming Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2020 69:52


Welcome to Dad's Gaming Corner! A podcast of conversations between dads and their kids about video games, movies, and everything in between. Be sure to listen and subscribe and leave us a quick review if you can.Hello and welcome! Returning guest and friend of the show, Sam Carlson, joins us for a deeper conversation of what it looks like to game with kids. We take a look back at the thoughts and opinions from the '90s about video games and their influences on children then and how those opinions weigh in today. We discuss what all parents have to consider these days when deciding what is right for both their children and their home. Due to the length of this episode, it has been recorded in two parts.Be sure to listen to the end of the show for "Indie Corner" where we will be reviewing Indie Games that are currently on sale and definitely worth your consideration, and check out "Tabletop Gaming" where we will be bringing you one of our family favorite "analog" games. We are now also offering the latest Humble Bundles right here!Games and articles discussed on the show:Windbound (E 10+)Ary and the Secret of Seasons (E 10+)Trine Enchanted Edition (E 10+)Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King (E 10+)Nintendo Switch Animal Crossing EditionBest Screen Protectors for Nintendo SwitchTechMatte Tempered Glass Screen Protector for Nintendo SwitchTechMatte Tempered Glass Screen Protector for Nintendo Switch LiteBest MicroSDXC Cards for Nintendo Switch128GB256GB400GB1TBBest Controllers for Nintendo SwitchPowerA Enhanced Wireless ControllerOfficial Nintendo Switch Pro ControllerBest Bluetooth Audio Adapters for Nintendo SwitchGENKI Bluetooth AdapterHomeSpot Bluetooth AdapterBest Gaming Grips for Nintendo SwitchSatisfye Pro Gaming Grip Elite BundleSkull & Co. Dockable Protective Case with Replaceable GripsBest Power Accessories for Nintendo SwitchNintendo Switch AC Adapter OEMAnker USB C PowerCore Essential 20000 PDListen each week to the different and unique views, thoughts, and opinions of a middle-age dad and his kids as they dive into today’s culture when gaming has never been bigger and movies from Marvel and Star Wars rule the cinematic universe.Be sure to follow us!Twitter @DadsGCFacebook.com/DadsGamingCornerOr drop us a line at: heydad@dadsgamingcorner.comYou can support us at Patreon, and we give you our heartfelt thanks in advance!All music used was produced by J+1 which you can find at SoundCloud.Thank you for listening!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/DadsGamingCorner)

Dad’s Gaming Corner
Gaming With Kids - Part 1

Dad’s Gaming Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2020 108:57


Welcome to Dad's Gaming Corner! A podcast of conversations between dads and their kids about video games, movies, and everything in between. Be sure to listen and subscribe and leave us a quick review if you can.Hello and welcome! Returning guest and friend of the show, Sam Carlson, joins us for a deeper conversation of what it looks like to game with kids. We take a look back at the thoughts and opinions from the '90s about video games and their influences on children then and how those opinions weigh in today. We discuss what all parents have to consider these days when deciding what is right for both their children and their home. Also, hear our updated review of Ary and the Secret of Seasons. Due to the length of this episode, it has been recorded in two parts.Be sure to listen to the end of the show for "Indie Corner" where we will be reviewing Indie Games that are currently on sale and definitely worth your consideration, and check out "Tabletop Gaming" where we will be bringing you one of our family favorite "analog" games. We are now also offering the latest Humble Bundles right here!Games and articles discussed on the show:Hades (T)Pikmin 3 Deluxe (E 10+)Ys Origin (T)Windbound (E 10+)Ary and the Secret of Seasons (E 10+)Best Screen Protectors for Nintendo SwitchTechMatte Tempered Glass Screen Protector for Nintendo SwitchTechMatte Tempered Glass Screen Protector for Nintendo Switch LiteBest MicroSDXC Cards for Nintendo Switch128GB256GB400GB1TBBest Controllers for Nintendo SwitchPowerA Enhanced Wireless ControllerOfficial Nintendo Switch Pro ControllerBest Bluetooth Audio Adapters for Nintendo SwitchGENKI Bluetooth AdapterHomeSpot Bluetooth AdapterBest Gaming Grips for Nintendo SwitchSatisfye Pro Gaming Grip Elite BundleSkull & Co. Dockable Protective Case with Replaceable GripsBest Power Accessories for Nintendo SwitchNintendo Switch AC Adapter OEMAnker USB C PowerCore Essential 20000 PDListen each week to the different and unique views, thoughts, and opinions of a middle-age dad and his kids as they dive into today’s culture when gaming has never been bigger and movies from Marvel and Star Wars rule the cinematic universe.Be sure to follow us!Twitter @DadsGCFacebook.com/DadsGamingCornerOr drop us a line at: heydad@dadsgamingcorner.comYou can support us at Patreon, and we give you our heartfelt thanks in advance!All music used was produced by J+1 which you can find at SoundCloud.Thank you for listening!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/DadsGamingCorner)

Simplified Integration
Episode #35: How To Replace Your Facebook Agency!

Simplified Integration

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2020 56:11


Show Notes: Speaker 1: (00:00) Welcome to the simplified integration podcast. This is episode number 35, how to replace your Facebook ad agency. Speaker 2: (00:10) Leonardo DaVinci once said that simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. And I agree you see the problem with the way that most consulting groups approach medical integration is anything but simple. In fact, it's the exact opposite. It's expensive, it's complicated. And quite frankly, it's exhausting enough is enough. There are far too many amazing integrated clinics that are struggling well. I'm on a mission to change that what I've come to find from over five years, working with integrative practices is that simplicity really is the secret. The old saying of less is more, is true through a streamlined approach. I was able to create multiple successful seven figure integrated clinics. And now I'm going to show you how you can do the same. Join me as I share with you the secrets to successful medical integration and practice growth. Join me on a journey to greater sophistication through innovation. I'm dr. Andrew Wells and welcome to the simplified integration podcast. Speaker 1: (01:09) Welcome back doc to the simplified integration podcast. It's great to have you here today. So today we have a special guest. Uh, usually these podcasts are just me spouting some, some knowledge and, and, uh, things I know about integration, but I'm really happy to have Sam Carlson on today. Uh, Sam has been a buddy of mine for about a year and a half, and, uh, the title of the podcast is how to replace your Facebook ad agency. And ironically, Sam has been my Facebook ad agency. Speaker 2: (01:39) That is a little ironic. I didn't even think about that one. Speaker 1: (01:43) True. And this is not a Donald Trump moment where I'm going to say you're fired, but, but I get a ton of questions from doctors on, Hey, who do you use for your Facebook ad agency? And, uh, and so Sam has, has changed and is starting to change the landscape for Facebook adage ad agencies. And I want to get into that in just a minute, but I wanted to. So looking back, um, I just thought of this late, uh, we're, we're recording this podcast in September of 20, 20 labor day just came and went. And we actually opened our practice eight years ago on labor day on Monday. And it, it, it brought back a lot of like, like painful moments in opening a practice. And when we first started, like we had a small, I got a small loan from my dad to, to like get the office built out. And he gave me 50,000 bucks and he said, here's, this is all you're getting and you better use it wisely. And hopefully it'll get some patients. And by the way, this, all this my dad said, uh, my dad was one of those guys that just didn't believe in chiropractic. Anyhow, he goes, and he goes, Andrew, listen, wherever. Right when I open the off, he goes, listen, just make sure when your patients come in, like help, don't completely fix it. So we have to keep coming back over. Speaker 1: (03:04) And that was my dad's strategy to a successful chiropractor business. So, so we had this like money to play with, to open our office. And we didn't have a ton of money for advertising. And, and, uh, like we couldn't, like we didn't have a ton of money. So we had to, we had to go out in the community and find patients. And it was really nerve wracking to me. It was like, we went from like 90 days opening and 60 days and 30 days. And I'm like, Oh my gosh, like we've got to get patients in the door. And so the weekend, that holiday weekend of labor day, we got permission from a, from a health food store to do screenings at the store. And they had two offices, one in the North side of the city, one in the South side. And so on Saturday, I went to one location. Speaker 1: (03:46) My wife went to the other one and we screened for eight hours, which is exhausting. And then, and then the day after that, we had a screening set up at Walmart that we like finagled our way in and two hours into the screening that the manager came up and she's like, yeah, you guys can't do that here. Like you gotta leap. So I kicked out, we got kicked out of our Walmart screening and, uh, we did a craft fair that weekend. So we screamed like, hell, it was like 30 some hours over that weekend. And thank God we had, we had 23 patients signed up new patients, signed up on the books for that week. And we converted like half of those. And so all of a sudden we had new patients, we had revenue. And, um, and I remember in the beginning, like that was like screening was really painful for us. Speaker 1: (04:35) I always felt awkward doing it. I didn't mind going through that pain. Um, cause I knew we would get patients out of it, but it was a lot of work. And for the first two years, we were always doing screening events and live events and talks, wherever we could talk about chiropractic, I would show up and I would get patients from it. And that was actually really good at screening. I just hated it. And for a long time for like, especially the first six months, that's all we did on weekends. We got, um, we got time off on Sunday. We'd go to church, we'd spend the rest of the, you know, the rest of our Sundays, just relaxing and preparing for the week. But we worked Monday, Monday through Friday, Friday afternoons, we were screening. And then Saturday, all Saturday we were doing screenings and events. Speaker 1: (05:15) And when Facebook came along, like Holy cow, we had our weekends back put like weeks instead of doing like six screenings a week, we would do, uh, or a month we would do maybe one or two. And it completely like Facebook completely changed my life in a really good way. And so my wife and I were able to take like short trips and we were able to, you know, kind of pull ourselves away from our, from our practice. And it was like, it was a game changing thing because, because with Facebook, what I realized that if you had really good Facebook ads, it was kind of like doing 24 seven screenings, right. If you had the right ad and, and so that's where, um, you know, where good ad agencies and good copy and offers come in. And so I just wanted to start with that story. Speaker 1: (06:03) And, um, if you could maybe just give us a little bit of a background on what you do and, um, and I'll preface it a little bit. I met you a year and a half ago. I, um, I was, uh, been reading through a bunch of Russell Brunson books and this name kept coming up. He's like, I worked with this chiropractor and this chiropractor ran these funnels and did really well. And I'm like, who the heck is this chiropractor? And then finally he said, one of his books, it's like the chiropractor, dr. Woolner. I'm like, ah, dr. Woolner. So I typed, I typed in dr. Vulner. I'm like this guy has got to know something he's working with Russell Brunson. And I, and I realized I actually been following him for awhile and then signed up for his map event, went up to Idaho. And that's where I met you, uh, dr. Wallner's event. So maybe if you can give us a kind of, a little bit of a background on, on what you do. Speaker 3: (06:52) Yeah. So, uh, you're a good storyteller buddy, by the way. That's a, Speaker 4: (06:57) I, I, you know, I get a visual Speaker 3: (07:00) Of watching you go and do those screenings. And it's really interesting because when I got into the chiropractic niche, I was actually a consultant. Um, I've, I've only, it's a long story. I'll keep it very short, but I've only been an entrepreneur. And so I've owned a lot of businesses and back in like 2000 and I don't know, 2014, 15, somewhere in that 15, I think in that time range, I was thinking about going and doing some consulting and a good friend of mine, Sonny who, dr. Sonic, Gail, who you've met. Um, I was at a birthday party and I said, Hey, I think we're going to go start a business consulting gig. And he said, no, don't do that. I said, well, we didn't know each other that, well, I was like, what are you talking about, man? And he goes, no, come work with me. Speaker 3: (07:47) I do consulting. And so I decided to do that. And I start in working with him. I started to learn how chiropractic works, how your businesses are structured, how to systemize them and, and, you know, just everything it takes to be successful. And one of the things that five years ago, we were teaching folks to do were screenings, and I know the [inaudible] and the anxiety and the stress and all those things that come along with, you know, with doing those. They're very, they're very effective, you know, there's no arguing that, but yeah, with the advent of Facebook and marketing funnels and just different things like that, there's, there's more options for docs to, to grow their practice. So, uh, yeah, we met at the, uh, at, at dr. Wallner's map event and, uh, I've known dr. Woolner for several years. I actually bought his program when I was consulting. Speaker 3: (08:46) Okay. Is his funnel program. And so it's, again, a lot of these little, you know, this spider web of, of people that you meet and, and then what you decide to do with it. And for me, um, I have, uh, you know, the sales and marketing background that I have created over years of being an entrepreneur were pretty extensive. And so I started helping our clients that we were consulting. I started helping them run their ads. And then before very long, I got really good at it. And I started just doing that. And long story short, I teamed up with my partner who is now Jacob, um, Jacob Morris, he and I, um, we're running an agency called twenty-fifth West. And we were doing a very traditional agency model where we would take clients, we would run their Facebook and Google ads. In most cases, those were the two platforms we were offering and we would create campaigns for them. Speaker 3: (09:44) And, uh, so that was kind of, you know, the, the long drawn out version. But today we've kind of, I mean, I'm, I'm, I think that you should always be looking for the future. What's next? What is the, um, you know, what is, what is the future of what you're trying to do? And sometimes that future comes a lot faster than others because, you know, because of events and we had in March, April timeframe, we had a pretty severe event, you know, hit the, hit the world with coronavirus and with coronavirus, we were forced to do something different. Okay. And basically what we ended up doing was innovating ourselves out of a job. Right. Speaker 1: (10:31) Are we get into that? Like, I think I want to, I just want to talk about where I think most doctors are right now with their Facebook ad agencies. And this is, um, this may be my own experience, but maybe you can tell me if this is right or not. So we had a Facebook ad ad agency, and, and like I said, like, I changed our life and we had patients coming in and we have to do any work. And, um, and then after a while, like we noticed that we had less and less leads coming in. And then we would like call her at eight. We would call an agency and say, Hey, it's not like we had 30 yet leads last month. We only had 15 and now we only have five. And so there was like this continual cycle of, um, of like ups and downs with Facebook. Speaker 1: (11:11) And I never knew, I never gave it much thought, but I never knew like, what w why that happened? Was it, was it ad fatigue? Was it Facebook changing their algorithm? Or were we not putting enough? Like, sometimes the solution was, we'll just put more money behind your ad budget and you'll get more people. Yeah. But, but it's like, well, for 500 bucks last month, we got this money. Why can't we get the same people for 500 bucks this month? And so I didn't, I didn't know, like, uh, if there was some like secret sauce or something on the backend that agencies were using to, to create good ads for people. And so I think what some doctors are doing now is they're seeing, you know, when their ads fatigue is that they start jumping around at different ad agencies, which I did like, I'm like, Oh, maybe, maybe this agency, but they'll have a really snappy ad or whatever. And I'd see it. I'm like, well, maybe we'll try this one for, for a few months and see how they do it. And then the same thing would happen. It'd be great for a couple of weeks. And then it would fatigue. And then, and then, and sometimes, and here's a D does that make sense? Speaker 3: (12:12) Yeah. Yes. You're, you're relaying the experience of 90% of the, of the clinics out there. Yes, this is true. Speaker 1: (12:21) And I remember what was frustrating for us was that we really felt like we had a really good dialed in front desk, and we were really quick at responding to ads. And when the ads started to fatigue, more than several times, we had agencies say, well, well, it's probably your front desk. That's why you're not, that's why you're not converting it. I'm like, nah, it's the same looks at the same people. And it's like, well, maybe you're not answering ads quick enough. And it's like, what, what ads would start to fatigue? I would notice agencies start to like, like the low hanging fruit is like, well, blame the client. It's like, if you're irritating and I understand that they were probably working with a lot of clients that had awful front desk and they weren't trained. And they didn't, you know, they answer ads a day late and stuff, but it was frustrating for us. And so that was one of the reasons why we were sort of agency hopping to find like, you know, we were trying to find the magic pill to keep this never ending stream of patients coming in and not have to worry about it. And, um, yeah, so that was, I think a lot of docs are stuck in that because, and that's why they're asking like, Hey, what's what, who are you using for Facebook ads? Cause they're, you know, they have those, those frustrations and pain points. Speaker 3: (13:37) We did a training last week. You and I, and one of the, one of the things that I shared in that training was a 100% true story. And I don't need to throw out names in such a public way right now, but there was a marketer, a digital marketer that created a course that basically sold the idea that, Hey, chiropractors are easy to sell. Okay. And if you just use these ads and these funnels you'll get leads, and then you can just go party. That was, I mean, that was the pitch. And Speaker 1: (14:09) That's a pretty good pitch, you know, Hey, easy money, Speaker 3: (14:14) Party lifestyle. That's a pretty good pitch, but it's not authentic and it's not true. Right. Right. And what you're talking about is, I mean, uh, marketing and, and working with, uh, working with online, working with a client and an agency is a dance and you're right. Not all front desks are created equal the same way that not all agencies are created equal, right. Because when it comes to turning an ad on and, and, you know, turning a funnel on pretty much, I mean, a lot of them will get really good success during that initial, you know, honeymoon phase. Right? The problem is, is the real work starts when you have, you know, a lot of, and there's a lot of different things. It can, it can be ad fatigue and B audience fatigue. It can be just complete neglect, you know, so there's a lot of things that can happen, but it's really the agency's job to deconstruct the problem and say, Hey, well, the problem is, is maybe, um, in fact, we had a problem this week where somebody had been posting a lot of content on their Facebook page about a certain, you know, coven thing that they shouldn't have been. Speaker 3: (15:35) And because of that, their, their account got flagged. And that was their business page. Their business page got flagged what gets flagged with your business page, all of your ad accounts that are connected to that business page. And so obviously this is going to con uh, this is going to affect their performance. So there is that dance, but just to kind of get back to the root cause, you know, there's a lot of, not all of them. I got friends that are in there in this business that are good people doing a good job. Um, but unfortunately there's just, there are because of that one event, that one person, that one digital company there does seem to be a lot of folks in this space that just kind of, you know, they pray on and it's, and docs are getting very wise to, to what's happening. And they may not know where it came from, but they recognize the symptomology. I'm telling you, it came from this one course creator. Uh, he did a very good job of selling this course. So, um, yeah. That's kind of the inception of that cycle that you are discussing. Speaker 1: (16:42) Yeah. Yeah. Like I've had a, you know, we've, we've been through a lot of ad agencies and I noticed that there are agencies that do a great job, especially on like the back end stuff and training offered resources and scripting, and like all the things that it takes to, to have a lead come into your office and kind of come into fruition. And then some agencies that were just awful, like no leads from the beginning, no leads in the end and nothing in between. And one thing I wanted to ask you, do you, and I hear this from doctors occasionally. And it's one concern that I have is like, do you think that Facebook is going to even be relevant in terms of advertising in the near future? Like, is that platform going to be around? Is it going to be, can you still use it effectively for leads? Is it, are we going to have to shift to another platform? Um, and particularly with, um, I've seen some, uh, some issues with docs being able to advertise for regenerative medicine, um, and, and maybe even like tightening down on a certain claims, um, weight, like weight loss as an example as well. What is Speaker 3: (17:50) Your take on that? Well, so there's two questions. So I, the first one is, is Facebook relevant and will it continue to be relevant? So really what we're talking about is where's the attention. Okay. You've got platforms, you've got snap, Snapchat, tick talk, uh, Reddit, uh, Twitter, Facebook, Google ad words. You know, you've got all these different platforms. And when you look at Facebook, Facebook, uh, the, the level of reach you have to understand, it's not just Facebook, it's also Instagram. It's also like different articles, different places throughout the, uh, throughout the internet. There's a lot of places where Facebook's ad platform gets reach. Okay. And the number of active monthly users I still think is, I mean, I think they have like 2.2 billion active monthly users. So I think, I think it's still relevant now what the future looks like. I mean, guaranteed, you know, tick talk has definitely made a surge in the last, um, in the last year, you know, you didn't hear much about ticktock before a year ago, but now it's making a surge. Speaker 3: (19:01) And so I'm sure, you know, that's, that's the cool part about living in a venture capitalist economy is there's always new things coming and whether or not Facebook is relevant three, four or five years from now, doesn't really matter so long as you understand what we're going after. And that is attention, right? What is, what is the best way to, to get attention and then to, and I would say Facebook is relevant as it's ever been, if not more. So, especially with the audiences that we're seeing. Cause cause the audience, the, the 35 to 65 seven, you know, the older audiences, they're not going on to Snapchat, they're not, they're staying put on these platforms. Um, so relevance, I think definitely it's, it's relevant. It will continue to be as far as terms and policies and just what will be allowed. That is a moving target. Speaker 3: (20:00) Right. Uh, but you know, so there's some things that they're never going to really want you to do. They're never going to want it to seem spammy. One of the problems that there's a, that there's issues with weight loss is because the history of weight loss, marketing, you know, it's very spammy. It's very, everything is before and after everything is very, Hey, you're going to be losing a hundred pounds in seven days. So there's a lot of hype behind these things. And so really at the end of the day, there's not a condition that we don't Mark it. It's just, you have to understand the approach to take, right? So for example, you talk about weight loss. We don't promote weight loss in the typical sense of, uh, you know, these, you know, crazy results with, in fact, we don't even hardly talk about results. Speaker 3: (20:52) We talk, we, we lead with new technology. A lot of times when we're talking about weight loss stuff, we talk about red light therapy or a true like body contouring or things along those lines. So what new technological advances are there available to users? That's going to hook them, right? Cause you got to hook their attention with something. And um, so long as it's not the same thing, then, then you'll be okay. Right. So, um, I do think that even though they do tighten down on what you can and cannot say, and even like, if you put an ad in that gets approved in one market, it might get disapproved in the exact same market, but at a different clinic, this is just part of scalability. This is how big the platform is. And we see ads that get disapproved and we just hit manual requests, you know, and they'll get approved five minutes later because they're like, okay, we just want to test you, make sure a person's there. So I think definitely, I mean, marketing for chronic pain conditions, uh, doesn't seem to have gotten any more difficult. Um, I think we've been pretty much in the same place for several years that we have been, you know, that we will be, I don't see anything changing there either. Speaker 1: (22:09) No, I know like sometimes doctors tend to focus on like the platform itself, like the algorithms and picking the right demographics and those things I know are really important, but I think even more important than that are just the fundamentals of sales. Yes. This is like, this is what initially attracted me to you. Was that was that you weren't talking about like the technology, not, I don't mean offer technology, but like the technology of how you're delivering your message, you were talking on the message. And I w I wanted you to, I think this is like, forget all like the platforms and patients, dream and agencies and all that. This is what I think really makes you unique in your space is, well, first of all, I, you understand our industry really well. The psychology of it, what patients are looking for, what doctors are looking for. But I want you to talk for a minute, if you will, about just good old fashioned salesmanship. If you look at old ads, like looking at an old ad for knee, like knee pain, like from 50 years ago, it's not that much different than an ad today. Cause it's like people have knee pain and they want to get rid of it. But I wanted you to maybe like talk about like what copywriting is, what sales is and what maybe the differences between that and it, and an offer in the clinic. And like how, like what some of the psychology that you use that goes into to your ads. Speaker 3: (23:35) Yeah. A ship and just the communication part of advertising. That is thing that I love most about everything, you know, coming up with concepts and angles is really important. But I think just, I mean, let's frame this around a problem that is very common. And so w I'll I'll have from time to time, people come and say, Hey, I want to promote, I was giving you an example. I want to promote leaky gut. Right. We were talking about this briefly before, uh, the podcast had a CA a client say, Hey, I would really like to focus on leaky gut and do you have something you can do for that? And I understand then the, the motivation of the question, but it is the source of all advertising problems, which is it's an inward looking out and stuff, have an outward looking in. And what I mean by that, that is stop thinking about what your, what you want. Speaker 3: (24:33) Like, I want leaky gut. So maybe I want, you know, autoimmune patients, you know, I want to get a lot of autoimmune patients stuff, thinking about what you want and stop, start thinking about the audience and what they want. Okay. So my question, my response back to my doctor was what is the condition that we're marketing? What are we going out? As soon as you start to identify and deconstruct that problem, then you can really start to frame that the conversation around providing new solutions. So I like, I like to make sure that we're focusing on a problem okay. That we have some kind of actual solution. And then when you're talking about, um, copywriting, you know, the more I learn about copywriting, the more I learn, the more I, I understand that copywriting is just about like unique ideas. Can you put it an idea in somebody's head that they'll say, Oh, I hadn't considered that before. Speaker 3: (25:35) Right. Um, I was, uh, I was writing an ad the other day and I don't have, I have, I have notes around my desk and w we were talking about level light therapy and in the context of helping people with neuropathy, and there was a couple of interesting facts, like, uh, I don't know if you knew this, but low level light therapy has been proven to help, uh, in about 97% of neuropathy cases in like dramatically reducing, um, symptomology. Right. I didn't know. Uh, and so that's, that's a pretty interesting data point, but then we got to start framing that around an idea. So if we hook them with that, we've got to say, well, well, what makes, what makes LLT low light therapy? What makes that so powerful? Like, what is, what is the concept? What is the idea, right. This whole idea of increasing blood flow or, um, you know, is it, uh, I, when I'm in deep co you know, copywriting phase, I'll get angiogenesis, is that right? Speaker 1: (26:47) Yeah. Making new blood vessels look at that Speaker 3: (26:50) Angiogenesis. And so, and what angiogenesis then leads to. And so if you take people down to these like Speaker 1: (26:57) Root solutions, then they'll extrapolate on their own Speaker 3: (27:02) And say, Oh, that's how you solve my neuropathy. And then all of a sudden, in their mind, you gave a visual possibility, right? So when you're talking about ads, you want to have something that hooks their attention. You want to have an idea. It's not about the individual words. It's about the idea that you frame that's different than what everybody else is doing. Okay. This is another reason why I'm in weight loss. If you talk about weight loss, okay. Just eat less. Or, you know, once an idea gets popular, like intermittent fasting is very popular right now. You're not going to become the intermittent fasting guy anymore. That that concept has sailed, right. Speaker 1: (27:46) Whoever created, who created that, by the way, um, do you know? No. Do you, Speaker 3: (27:52) No, I don't. I mean, the same thing with Kito, you know, it's like, uh, there was a guy, uh, there was a guy in Joe Rogan's podcast that was a KIDO guy, and that was a very novel. So these are all concepts and ideas they're going after the same result. Right. So when it comes to copywriting, copywriting is more of a creative, internal thought process where you look at a, at a audiences problem and find a way to just say, Hey, here's a solution you've never considered before. Right. And what, how can you package it to where they'll, they'll, uh, you know, they'll, they'll believe you and they'll want to take the net or they'll want to learn more. Speaker 1: (28:35) So that that'll make sense. So how do you, how are you taking that knowledge that you have on, on salesmanship and then actually making that work for, for doctors? So obviously, I mean, you're, you're, you see clients all across the country. I think you have a really good because of the position you're in. Do you have a really good idea of what types of services docs are offering? Um, what type of, of ads work and what, how they, and if they don't work, but how are you, like, how are you taking that and putting it into a doc, seeing more, more patients in their clinic every week? Speaker 3: (29:09) Yeah, that's a good question. So, um, so I'll give you an example. Um, about two and a half, three years ago, we were having just, I mean, marketing for STEM cells was so easy. Cause in and of itself was a unique and novel idea that was like, Oh cool. STEM cells. Yeah. Replace know that whole Speaker 1: (29:30) Sold itself. Yeah. Speaker 3: (29:32) But the old phrase, a tactic known as a tactic blown. So everybody comes in and now you're just, like you said, it's red ocean. You're a, me too. Yeah. Speaker 1: (29:42) You're, you're now an intermittent fasting world. Speaker 3: (29:44) That's exactly right. And so what do you do? Well, I had a, I had a client that we were doing a web call like this, and he had in the background, he had like a neon track. You know, what a neon track is. Yeah. Speaker 1: (29:57) Yeah. We have clients that use those they're also. Yes. Speaker 3: (30:00) So he had a neon track. I'm like, Hey, what is that thing? And he goes, Oh, that's called a neon track. Any, any had like, I'm a nurse, not a nurse, but you know, an assistant sit down in it. And I was, I knew immediately what it was. She sat down in it strapped her knee and I'm like, Oh, that pulls the knee apart. I didn't necessarily know how that, you know, help people with me knee pain, but I'm like, dude, I can Mark it that I know I can market that because it was a unique approach. So I'm always on the lookout for things like that. Okay. Um, whether that's, uh, you know, contour, light, pulse wave therapy, um, Oh, to therapy, different things like this, things that it just, when you look at him, you're like, Oh, it's curious. There's some curiosity there. And when you frame it right around a problem, it really has pole. Right. And so I've, I've become really, I hate to say I've become really good because that sounds conceited. He's conceited. Speaker 1: (31:01) I forgive you arrogance. Exactly. You know, Speaker 3: (31:05) I just, I feel like maybe I'm not the best at it, but I feel like when I, when I see something like that, like the neon track or something akin to that, I can create a framework that will get attention and make people want to take action. And so I've just taken that to anywhere in the chronic pain space, uh, the, the wellness community. And I'm always looking for little, little things like that and, you know, create more offers, test them. And they tend inside of that framework. They tend to work pretty well. Speaker 1: (31:40) We need to get neon track to sponsor this podcast. Speaker 3: (31:43) Those guys are awesome. Ergo flex. Uh, they, they did, they did what we should. Uh, but, uh, they're awesome. Their products are awesome. Their owners are awesome. They're just good people. So I can't say enough good things about that company. Speaker 1: (31:57) Interesting. You bring that up. I was just talking to a client this morning and he uses a neon track, knee compression in his therapy, and we've positioned it. Here's one of our tricks by the way, docs we've, we've positioned this machine. What a knee pain patient comes in. They go through an exam, they see the nurse practitioner. And then before they leave, we put them on knee decompression. And I was going over stats with a Dr. Day. He goes, he goes, you know what? He goes, I might hit, I don't know if I want to use this need on track machine anymore because I put patients on and on day one, Speaker 3: (32:27) They feel like Speaker 1: (32:29) Completely corrected their problem. They don't come back anymore. It's drawing is day one to day two conversions because this neon track was like, quote, fixing the knee problem. And, uh, I'm like, well, you know, he, he wasn't pre-framing it at all, but, but the machine works like I've. Yeah. He's, he's, he's ruined a couple of patients that way. Speaker 3: (32:50) What's cool about that is like, if you give somebody an experience, as long as, like you said, you have to frame out, Hey, what's happening. This is where education comes in. You know what I mean? Um, Dan Kennedy, uh, the late Dan Kennedy, he talked about, he actually consulted a lot with chiropractors. I don't know if you knew that I did it. Yeah. Yeah. Um, he, um, he talked basically education is the key to closing, right? Like, like the right type of education. And so I found that again, like if you're doing the neon track, just tell people what's happening. Right. If you educate them and then they match their subjective experience with the education you're giving, Speaker 1: (33:30) They're going to convert. I'm going to say yes, that doctor is telling me the truth. It's a tool. Speaker 3: (33:35) Oh man. If you do it right, it can be a huge tool. Speaker 1: (33:38) Yeah. I actually just, this morning created a script for that. Like how to, how to, cause we didn't have it. And I realized that like, some people just do it naturally, like, alright, you get on the machine and here's, what's going to do, here's what you should expect from the machine. And some doctors is like putting them on and not really explaining it. And then they would, you know, the patient had a bad result or like, Oh, that didn't work. I'm not coming back. Or they have a good result. Wow. That worked. I fixed that. They fixed me. I don't need to come back. But they were doing, they weren't, like you said, they weren't doing education. They weren't pre-framing. And um, that's yeah, that was a problem. I gotta call ergo flex and podcast sponsorships. They're great. People like, yeah, that's cool. I've sold a lot of their machines, their clients. Speaker 1: (34:19) So I'm like, dude, I don't care. They're great. They're helping me help people. It's a win win. Yeah, for sure. For sure. So I want to get into, now we talked about this a little bit in the beginning of the podcast on, on what you're doing to really, to change the Facebook ad agency business. I mean, when you, when you first told me this concept about patients Treme and explaining what it did, I'm like, man, you're going to like, you're going to put a lot of Facebook ad agencies out of business because you don't need them anymore. And maybe, and maybe I'm like overstepping that maybe that's an exaggeration, but, um, if you would just walk through like what you've been up to and on the, on the platform side and what, and like what you've been up to in the last few months or years, or however long this has taken you imagine it's been a bear to create, but what, what are you doing to change the Facebook ad agency business? Yeah. Um, yeah, Speaker 3: (35:19) So it it's interesting. I was a, at the beginning of the podcast, I said, we kind of have innovated ourselves out of a job. Right. And that's very true. I mean, we, we had, we had clients that were in this in one, you know, we're in the traditional agency side and now they're, they've kind of into this automated side. And so what happened was, I mean, my, my company's dynamic is I focus, like you said, I really focus on the messaging on the concepts, on the ideas that I feel if presented to the right people will convert them. Okay. And that's what I've been doing for years. So several years. And then Jacob is more of the, you know, he's a lot better at talking to computers than he is to talking to people. And so we're very yin yang and, and he'd been consulting with a development company and they had been working on these different ideas and platforms. Speaker 3: (36:18) And one of the things that they came up with was how to basically launch and manage campaigns without a person having to get involved so long as you had a couple of ingredients, right? It's not like, Hey, it's just gonna, it's not AI per se. Right. You had to give it proven ads and then proven marketing funnels. As long as you have those two elements, it could launch those in a strategic way. And then it could manage performance on the back end. And it just so happens. We had that right. We had those, we had those ingredients. And so we actually teamed up with this company and, and we changed the entire way of, of managing campaigns to where we uploaded stuff. We know, work into our new software. And now it basically does the job of an agencies. And it does have a couple of drawbacks. Speaker 3: (37:13) I mean, it's awesome. It's amazing. Uh, it makes it so you can launch your own ads and we say doing just three clicks and it really is, you know, there's three different clicks. You click what condition you want to market. You click, uh, what your daily budget is. And then you click publish campaign. And that's crazy. There's no getting in Facebook, there's no choosing or, or writing ad copy. And you know, there's, there's no, it's just all done for you. Right. And so we created this thing now. It doesn't. So the limitations are, I mean, custom, you know, so there is space always. I don't have a beef against agencies. I think there's some that do not need to be in the agency, in the agency business a hundred percent, you know, but I've got some good friends that I think are great. People offer a good service. Speaker 3: (38:08) And when they have a good fit with a client, it works and they do a good job. And when it comes to like custom, you know, custom stuff, whatever it is, you know, we, we now are able to offer what we're doing at a really low cost, but you're using basically templates campaigns. Okay. And so they're done for you. You, don't got to think about, and you just got to think, Hey, what is, I want knee decompression patients. We've been talking about, you know, the neon track. I want knee decompression patients, you choose needy compression patients. You tell your daily budget and click publish, and then boom, it'll go out and start advertising and, uh, you know, generating new leads. So it's kind of hard to, it feels like it's, I feel like sometimes when I articulate, I try to explain it to people. They're like, wait a minute. So it sounds too good to be true. Like you, listen, it's not, it's not all sunshine. And, and uh, you know, what does it sunshine and lollipops or what Speaker 1: (39:11) Sunshine, rainbows unicorns. One of those. Speaker 3: (39:13) Yeah. It's not all that. I mean, there's some down again, you know, we, we, uh, we're, we don't do custom campaigns. And so, uh, if you want to change the offer from $47 for this thing to $97, that's not something we can do. Um, but it's offering, I mean, it's, it's growing quickly, which we're excited about. And, um, it's offering a really unique solution. And I guess the crux of it is it puts the power in the control of your advertising back in your hands. You choose when you run ads, you choose. If you want to turn them off, if you want to switch from needy compression to spinal decompression, you choose to do that. So I don't know. I don't know if, if that, if, if I left any holes, but that's kind of the gist of what it's doing. Speaker 1: (39:58) I like that. Cause what I think what it allows doctors to do is say, all right. Yeah. Like let's, let's pick a condition, whether it's back pain or knee pain or regenerative medicine. And Hey, Mary, at the front desk, let's do a Facebook ad this week. Let's put 300 bucks behind it and see how it does. I like the fact that you can delegate that to somebody without having to call up an agency, tweak things. There's some, let some time lag there, but also you can delegate that to your staff to do for you. And the other thing I didn't think about, I just kind of crossed my mind is that also there's some, I think when you have a doctor or an office app actually going in and clicking the buttons at hitting, like start on a campaign, there's a little bit more ownership over that campaign that, alright, we just move some money over and we hit go. Speaker 1: (40:43) And I think there's a little bit more, um, maybe willingness to track their stats. Cause I know I'm guilty that guys, like we've had ed ad agencies and we just give them a monthly ad agent, a monthly ad budget and their agency fee. And we just let it go. And we're not like really tracking our, your ad spend and our cost per our cost per lead. And I think by doing this, it may actually get doctors to actually do their stats and figure out like, well, we spent 600 bucks this month. How many new patients did we get in from that ad and start to play with their ad numbers. So I liked it. I liked getting the doctor involved with it without having to know how to run a Facebook ad. Speaker 3: (41:21) Yeah. Right. And the cool thing about it is, you know, you have that there's so patient stream really is two macro components. One is lead gen lead, lead generation, and then the other is lead management. So the lead gen is a proprietary tool. We created it. It's ours, it's nobody else has it. And then the lead management tool is, you know, there's a lot of lead management tools out there and things that our people are using. Um, but what we've been able to do with our lead management tool is we've been able to plug the two of them together. So they become basically one. And so when your campaigns start running, they plug into prebuilt followup campaigns, you know, and, uh, we had one user, um, Michelle Sims, hi Michelle, if you're listening, I love Michelle. Since she, she and her husband, Scott they're out of Nacadocious Texas say that one, that's kind of a mouthful, but, uh, she came on, she was one of our first pilot users and she's super smart, really good. Speaker 3: (42:25) And she started using the platform immediately. She's a sharp lady and she knew what she was doing because she had used other products like it before. And she went from spending three hours a day in lead chasing a reactivation efforts and all those things to spending less than an hour in a day and booking their calendar out for like during the whole COVID thing, it's still kind of happening for three weeks and they're booked out three weeks that had never happened to them. And that was happening in the midst of COVID. And that's just because she understood that it, it's not just about lead generation. There's also a lot to management side, but management is hard. It's a lot of work, you know? I mean, when you guys first started doing Facebook ads, I'm guessing you got like a spreadsheet of ads or maybe just a single notifications. Is that how you guys did it? Speaker 1: (43:24) Yeah. Yeah. Very manual, very manual. And it's a pain in the butt. It is not only to keep up with and be, have the discipline to keep up with it, but then also to follow up, to follow up with it. And then how do you follow up with it? The numbers. Yeah, that's the, that's the hard part. And that's, I know from experience and working with lots and lots of docs, that's what they're not doing. Either don't know how to do it. Or, um, they, they just, they get tied up with other things. Speaker 3: (43:53) It's the habits, you know, it's our habits, our habits are okay. I know I got a new lead. I know I got to call it, but 48% of leads never get called the first time. So 48%. Okay. And then this is the scarier stat, 80% of your sales come between the fifth to the 12th contact. So if you start doing some math, think about the amount of leads you're going to have to generate to get one patient. If you're not willing to do the followup, you know, the math starts to get really, really scary. But if you, Speaker 1: (44:28) I have a tool that will help you in that, that we'll do a lot of it for you manage it, reach out to him, Speaker 3: (44:35) People and people are now reaching out to you. You can take a job, that's a full time position and reduce it to again, you know, less than an hour a day, if done well, if done properly, Speaker 1: (44:46) Man, that's crazy. That's solving such a huge issue for clamp, for offices, for clinics. Yeah. That's amazing. We're excited about it. You know, I mean, we've gotten Speaker 3: (44:58) This whole thing started in, um, you know, right around the beginning of the whole Corona nonsense, nonsense. I don't know if anybody is taking offense to nonsense, but a little bit of nonsense. Okay. I think we can all agree. Yeah. Speaker 1: (45:12) You're talking to chiropractors mainly, so. Okay. Very good. Speaker 3: (45:16) Um, and I mean, we've got now about 100, not about, I think we're at 99 users today. And so, you know, maybe tomorrow, maybe by then today we'll be at 100, who knows, but it's growing really fast. We really care about our users. Um, and that's not a sales pitch. I mean, I've got a, a Facebook group and I go in there every single day and I'm either posting or I'm seeing if people have questions and we've got awesome support. Speaker 1: (45:45) Um, it's really Speaker 3: (45:46) Exciting. It's a lot of fun. Um, and I think, you know, I think it's only gonna get better. And again, we're adding, like you said, so we, we do a lot of conditions. I love going after the ad angles. That's what I mean. I like helping people and talking, but if you think in the, in the creative space, what do I enjoy doing is coming up with new offers. I enjoy coming up with new offers. And so, um, that's, that's kinda my role and we've got a bunch of, you know, different conditions that people can target immediately just by, just by plugging into it. So we're excited, you know, to, Speaker 1: (46:25) So I know that, you know, with anybody, like there are certain clients that, that you're like, Oh yeah, I can really help this doctor. And there are certain doctors like, yeah, this probably isn't for you. Like, if you can speak to the doctors listening to this right now, like who is your ideal client? So if someone calls you and says, Hey Sam, can you help me with XYZ? And you're like, check, check, check. Like what, what would that, like, what are your kind of ideal clients that are like sort of home run clients? Yeah. So, um, you know, Speaker 3: (46:52) There's, there's always the business owner that wants, um, wants to save money and saving money. Isn't the best reason to do things, right? You, you need to have a fit and we're not a fit for everybody. When you, when you speak, we've actually, we had a, some new members sign on within the last two Speaker 1: (47:12) Weeks and then cancel. And he said, Oh, I thought this was more, um, Speaker 3: (47:17) You know, more hands on and hands on from a perspective of, we were going to get in and click, you know, launch campaign. Speaker 1: (47:24) I thought we made it easy enough, but you know, some people, they, they just want it done for, they really want to pay the Speaker 3: (47:30) Money and just have it done. Okay. There is, there's definitely space for agencies to get in and do that service. We are not an agency. We are a software. So you need to log in. You need, well, you need to turn your computer on. You need to log in and you need to, you know, be willing to get your hands into the system, right. You need to be willing to, you know, if somebody is, is texting, Hey, can I learn more about your neuropathy program, answer them, you know, so that's a, that's a big piece to this. Um, and then the other thing is we are somewhat limited by, um, varying our offers. You know, we want offers that go into patient stream. We want them to be proven, okay. So if you say, Hey, can we try and offer that this, that, and the other, first of all, if it's not a good offer, we're not going to try it. Speaker 3: (48:25) You know, and we have kind of a track record of knowing what will work and what doesn't work. Um, if it is a good offer and you have a track record of it running in, you know, in your clinic and, you know, I'm always excited and willing to look at that type of thing. Okay. So, because we're limited by, you know, just time and the amount of people we have that create creating an offer that works is an art. Okay. It's not something I can delegate to somebody it's something that me and my team we have to do. And so we are, um, you know, some of the functional space, so diabetes and thyroid conditions, um, those were kind of more difficult because there's so many varies varying approaches to solving those problems, right? If there's uniformity, we can create an offer that works, um, you know, event marketing is great for, um, for diabetes and thyroid conditions, autoimmune conditions, things like that. Speaker 3: (49:25) And I think once things start to open up for events, again, that those will be a bigger part of the platform. Um, but anyways, so we are limited by some conditions. We've got a lot of great ones. If you're a chiropractor, we've got plenty of stuff for you. If you're an integrated clinic, we've got plenty of joint conditions, um, you know, um, body contouring, things like that and neuropathy, um, things along those lines. So it's not a, you know, it's not a silver bullet. We didn't create a magical wand that we're just giving to everybody there is work involved. Um, we want you to get in and get educated, get involved with our group and with our community. We want you to get some marketing and sales skills and, uh, we give you a lot of training. And I mean, we do three trainings every single week, uh, between me and the staff. That's a weekly basis. And we're, we're doing that because there's a machine that runs people's ads. So instead of focusing on that, we can focus on the people and just really see, Hey, anybody who's willing, we can bring your game up and we can do it quick. So basically, yeah, Speaker 1: (50:32) You have this computer running everything, and now you've got to get out of the house and find something to do. So you're just training the heck out of doctors, right? Yeah, man, Speaker 3: (50:40) You know, it's funny cause um, we do three trainings. Two of them are pretty much, um, my, uh, my, our trainer, Heather, I'm sure she gets bored, but they're the same training almost every week. And they're just making sure that people have foundational, um, understanding and utility of the platform, uh, different things. And then mine is, you know, whatever I want it to be. And it's usually marketing and sales tactics and, or funnel tactics or whatever it is. Uh, so I enjoy doing it. It's, it's, it's a lot of fun. So it's fun. Yeah. I mean, I get to get out of the house and not focus on the stuff that is no fun. And I get to focus on the stuff that is fun. Speaker 1: (51:19) That's awesome, man. That's awesome. Well, yeah, you're, uh, you're, you're combining like really good, I think offers an ad's and, and really good technology. And I think, yeah, man, I'm really curious to see how this is going to play out in the Facebook ad sphere in chiropractic, because it's so much the wild West right now. And you have, you don't really know. I think docs have a tough time, um, knowing who's doing who's good and who's bad and they hop around and, and hopefully this will give some kind of, uh, some continuity to what, what doctors perceive as a highly variable form of advertising. And I'm excited for you. I'm excited for your clients, uh, to be able to sort of somewhat automate their ads and, and, uh, and do it in a way that, uh, you know, it doesn't break the bank and not having to spend, you know, two, three, four, $8,000 in Facebook ads, ad agency fees and get some more money in their pocket at the end of the day, which is important. Speaker 3: (52:17) That's very important. Yeah, no, we're excited. I think some, like I said, I'm not against the agencies and I think by us offering the service, well, what will happen is some, you know, some innovation on their part, you know, some, some new solutions to different things. You know, I mean, how many people are focusing on, on physical mail anymore or, Speaker 1: (52:38) Or YouTube ads, there's hardly any, Speaker 3: (52:39) Anybody focusing on these things, you know, um, and doctors need them, you know what I mean, doctors need these, these different avenues for attention. So I, I think it's going to be, um, even if we were to take a huge swath, which we're not trying to ruin anybody's business, we're trying to help. Uh, and, but I think what it will do is just elevate everybody else's game. And if we can help your business get more, uh, you know, have, uh, get more new patients and grow and do it at a lower cost. I think that's a good thing to do. Yeah. Yeah. Speaker 1: (53:16) I mean, it's just a natural progression of technology and, and, and services advancing and becoming more efficient and better at what you do. And yeah. Yeah. That's awesome, man. Well, thank you for your, for your time. And you know, I was really excited to have you on the podcast. I don't have a whole lot of guests come on. Um, but I wanted to have you come on, first of all, so people can see how great of a bald head you have. Uh, you have like the perfect bald head. There's no debts. My wife told me other day, she's like, you better not lose your hair cause you would not look good. And maybe while I'm growing my hair out, like you never know until you actually do it. It's a gamble. It is a gamble. I remember when I first did it, I was like, Oh boy, but it worked out. Speaker 1: (54:06) So yeah, no, but I have my hair massive. I have ears that stick out to call me elf. I got, I'm still self conscious about yours. So if I go bulk, Oh boy, what a bunch of jerks. Those people were. I'm sure. You'll look great. Bald. If you ever come onto the team, I'll stick with hair for now. And if I have to work when it happens, there you go. Awesome, man. Well, Sam, thank you so much. Oh, and by the way, if people listening, if you want to know more about patient stream, what it can do, if this makes sense to you, what is your, what's the best way to connect with you? Yeah. So Speaker 2: (54:48) Just go to our website, which is my patient story. Speaker 1: (54:50) I mean.com, check it out. I mean, we've got, you know, we've got a trace and video of kind of how it works with that emotion on it. Um, if you go to the top, there's a pricing button. You can kind of dive more into the pricing and stuff, but yeah, my patients stream.com. Awesome. We'll go check it out. Docs my patient stream.com. Sam, thanks so much for being on here today and giving us your, uh, your knowledge and your time. I really appreciate it. And uh, yeah. Thanks man. Uh, and thanks guys for tuning into another episode of the simplified integration podcast. We hope you found this beneficial and we'll see you on the next episode. Adios. Speaker 2: (55:30) Hey innovators, thanks for listening to the simplified integration podcast fact that you're listening tells me that you're like me, someone who loves simplicity and the truth is those who embrace simplicity are some of the greatest innovators. So hope you got a ton of value from what we covered on today's episode. Be sure to subscribe and share with other docs that you feel could benefit from greater sophistication through simplification and innovation. If you've got specific questions that you'd like answered on this podcast, or you've got specific topics that you'd like me to discuss, just shoot me an email at info@integrationsecrets.com that's info@integrationsecrets.com.

Dad’s Gaming Corner
Games We Want On Switch

Dad’s Gaming Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2020 84:51


Welcome to Dad's Gaming Corner! A podcast of conversations between dads and their kids about video games, movies, and everything in between. Be sure to listen and subscribe and leave us a quick review if you can.Jaiden is out on today's episode, but Sam Carlson returns to take his spot. Listen as we run down our list of games we would love to have on our wonderful Nintendo Switch. Also, fireworks, sparklers, glowing headgear, dream traveling, and an "island back-up service" are all coming to Animal Crossing: New Horizons July 30! Join us as we discuss all this and more!Be sure to listen to the end of the show for "Indie Corner" where we will be reviewing Indie Games that are currently on sale and definitely worth your consideration, and check out "Tabletop Gaming" where we will be bringing you one of our family favorite "analog" games. We are now also offering the latest Humble Bundles right here!Games and articles discussed on the show:Animal Crossing (E)Children of Morta (T)Paper Mario: The Origami King (E)Minecraft Dungeons (E 10+)Borderlands (M)Carrion (M)Call of Juarez: Gunslinger (M)FAST RMX (E)Best Screen Protectors for Nintendo SwitchTechMatte Tempered Glass Screen Protector for Nintendo SwitchTechMatte Tempered Glass Screen Protector for Nintendo Switch LiteBest MicroSDXC Cards for Nintendo Switch128GB256GB400GB1TBBest Controllers for Nintendo SwitchPowerA Enhanced Wireless ControllerOfficial Nintendo Switch Pro ControllerBest Bluetooth Audio Adapters for Nintendo SwitchGENKI Bluetooth AdapterHomeSpot Bluetooth AdapterBest Gaming Grips for Nintendo SwitchSatisfye Pro Gaming Grip Elite BundleSkull & Co. Dockable Protective Case with Replaceable GripsBest Power Accessories for Nintendo SwitchNintendo Switch AC Adapter OEMAnker USB C PowerCore Essential 20000 PDListen each week to the different and unique views, thoughts, and opinions of a middle-age dad and his kids as they dive into today’s culture when gaming has never been bigger and movies from Marvel and Star Wars rule the cinematic universe.Be sure to follow us!Twitter @DadsGCFacebook.com/DadsGamingCornerOr drop us a line at: heydad@dadsgamingcorner.comYou can support us at Patreon, and we give you our heartfelt thanks in advance!All music used was produced by J+1 which you can find at SoundCloud.Thank you for listening!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/DadsGamingCorner)

Expanding The Grid
Expanding The Grid Episode 10 - Bryan Pall - April 16, 2020

Expanding The Grid

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2020 65:13


David Kahn is joined on the podcast by returning guest Bryan Pall (1:50), who talks about how he's adjusting to life in quarantine, including an odd story about his flight home from Spring Training (3:10). He also provides updates on former Power players Nolan Hoffman and Jamal Wade, who are rehabbing from injuries, and gives a preview of what to expect when Sam Carlson and Max Roberts make their way to West Virginia (8:35). Pall also discusses MLB hitters he wants to face (14:40), his off-season training regimen (24:40), pranking Charlie McConnell (31:30) and other clubhouse games the team played in 2019, as well as his thoughts on Tiger King and building LEGO sets (38:10). Finally, David and Dominick Lorenz share their favorite baseball memories from their respective seasons (44:45).

Lookout Landing
3. They Might Be Mariners: 2020 Top Prospects - Part Three

Lookout Landing

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2020 96:48


John, Joe, and Kate get back together to talk through players 20-11 on the Top-30 list. A few of the 2019 draftees break into the list, as well as the cream of the bullpen crop. Kate waxes poetic about the importance of Cal Raleigh, and we dive deep on what Seattle is doing differently this time to bring about a different result than they did with Mike Zunino's development. Distinctions are drawn on Joe Rizzo/Austin Shenton and Braden Bishop/Jake Fraley, and everyone flaunts the rules of every restriction John tries to put in place. Plus, everyone picks a favorite between three of the most enigmatic arms in the system - Isaiah Campbell, Juan Then, and Sam Carlson. Music: "CHANGES" by KAYTRANADA / "Wildfire" by Mandolin Orange Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Extra Innings: A Seattle Times baseball podcast
Early observations from Mariners spring training

Extra Innings: A Seattle Times baseball podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2020 65:26


Times beat writer Ryan Divish and columnist Larry Stone record a podcast from spring training in Arizona. They discuss a variety of subjects about the Mariners, including sign stealing, Sam Carlson, other young prospects, Dee Gordon's role on the team, Kyle Seager's future, the bullpen and much more.

The Chirofunnel Podcast
Episode #244: How To Get More Patients To Accept Your Care Plans

The Chirofunnel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2020 57:02


On today's episode my good friend Sam Carlson and I dive deep on the principles of psychology and persuasion that will help you to be far more successful with getting more patients to accept your care plan recommendations.

Sodo Mojo Podcast on the Seattle Mariners

In today's episode, we talk about the latest defensive metric and have some fun with the data. Where did the Mariners rank? Then we answer your questions including the ceiling of Sam Carlson and potential trade targets in July. Please consider donating to help the victims of Australia's Wild Fire Crisis by following the link below: https://www.facebook.com/1476112139374414/posts/2477326602586291/?d=n See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.

Sodo Mojo Podcast on the Seattle Mariners

In today's episode, we talk about the latest defensive metric and have some fun with the data. Where did the Mariners rank? Then we answer your questions including the ceiling of Sam Carlson and potential trade targets in July.Please consider donating to help the victims of Australia's Wild Fire Crisis by following the link below: https://www.facebook.com/1476112139374414/posts/2477326602586291/?d=n

The Chirofunnel Podcast
Episode #231: Why Culture is Critical to the Success of Your Practice

The Chirofunnel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2019 36:13


On today's episode of the Chirofunnel Podcast, we have my good friends Dr. Matt Ogle and Sam Carlson on to discuss the importance of culture and how that plays a HUGE role in building long-term success in your practice.  This was an AWESOME episode and we discussed some really important concepts that can help you in several ways in your practice.  Don't miss this episode!

The Chirofunnel Podcast
Episode #229: Ford Vs. Ferrari and Risk Vs. Reward

The Chirofunnel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2019 41:36


On today's episode of the Chirofunnel Podcast I discuss some ideas on entrepreneurship and risk with my good friend Sam Carlson.  To be an entrepreneur is to assume an inherent level of risk.  Hopefully this episode can share some insights and strategies for helping you to mitigate unnecessary risks and to better assess them, but ultimately to help give you the courage needed to take necessary risks.

The Chirofunnel Podcast
Episode #218: Offers, Funnels and New Software

The Chirofunnel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2019 22:40


On today's episode my good friend Sam Carlson and I discuss a bunch of different things revolving around funnels, marketing, offers and more!

The MindStrong Project
Coffee Buzz Friday #41

The MindStrong Project

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2019 34:38


It's another special edition as Harvey Martin is joined by 4 current professional baseball players currently training with The MindStrong Project! They are Sam Carlson, Aaron Rozek, Eric Peterson and Kevin Folman and this week they discuss...  How many really significant parts of your life do you feel like you've completely forgotten about?  If couples could pick the gender of their baby before conception what do you think the most popular gender would be?  How many times a day do you wish you were some where else?

Adventures in CRE Audio Series
Finding and Landing the CRE Job You Want - S1E6

Adventures in CRE Audio Series

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2019 37:30


In this episode, Michael Belasco, Spencer Burton, and host, Sam Carlson have a conversation with Alex Barake, a Senior Talent Acquisition Manager at a top tier international real estate firm. Alex provides our readers with insider insight into how one can best position themselves to land their ideal role within commercial real estate. Click here to learn more about Alex. In this episode, we hear from Alex on how to figure out if the path you are on is the right one for you; how best to position yourself to stand out with tips for applications, resumes, and cover letters; how to reach out and leverage relationships with people in the industry; and much more. You can also expect to learn more about Alex himself and how he got to where he is today. If you’re looking for some direction on how to find the right fit within the commercial real estate space and land the job, this episode is for you! View the show notes from this episode Learn to model real estate like a deal-seasoned pro

Adventures in CRE Audio Series
Advancing Your Career with an MBA Part I - S1E4

Adventures in CRE Audio Series

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2019 28:20


In this episode, Michael Belasco, Spencer Burton, and host, Sam Carlson are joined by Jim Spaeth, the Executive Director of the Lenard W. Woods Center for Real Estate Studies at University of North Carolina. The four discuss an MBA in Real Estate, who its for, if its worth it, and how to get into a top MBA in Real Estate program. Click here to learn more about Jim. Throughout the episode, Jim provides the team with some expert insight into various relevant and pressing topics for many who are considering embarking on the path towards an MBA. Topics include who might benefit most from an MBA, strategies for how best to present an application to top MBA programs, how to manage the process, how to get the most out of your time in school, and what awaits you in the job market upon graduation. Sam, Spencer, and Michael go right to the source to ask Jim the questions that many wish they could ask directly to the schools, but can’t during the process. If you are considering an MBA or getting ready to apply to an MBA program to advance your career in commercial real estate, you do not want to miss this episode. View the show notes from this episode Learn to model real estate like a deal-seasoned pro

Adventures in CRE Audio Series
Breaking Through the No Experience Barrier - S1E7

Adventures in CRE Audio Series

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2019 44:36


In this episode, host Sam Carlson, along with the creators of Adventures in CRE, Spencer Burton and Michael Belasco, speak with Lynn Gray, the Founder and CEO of Campus Scout, an innovative provider of strategic campus and recent graduate recruiting services and career coaching for young professionals. Click here to learn more about Lynn Gray. During this episode, we discuss Lynn’s storied history from Lehman Brothers to launching Campus Scout. We will also focus extensively with Lynn on strategies to break into commercial real estate as a new aspiring CRE professional, what employers look for in junior candidates, what to do if you don’t know what you want to do, how to get experience with no experience, and how to get on the right path. If you are new to commercial real estate and looking for guidance on how to make a successful entry into the field, don’t miss this episode! View the show notes from this episode Learn to model real estate like a deal-seasoned pro

Adventures in CRE Audio Series
Advancing Your Career with an MBA Part II - S1E5

Adventures in CRE Audio Series

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2019 28:27


In this episode, Michael Belasco, Spencer Burton, and host, Sam Carlson continue their conversation with Jim Spaeth, the Executive Director of the Lenard W. Woods Center for Real Estate Studies at University of North Carolina. Click here to learn more about Jim Spaeth. In part one of our conversation with Jim, we dove into discussion about advancing your real estate career with an MBA from application to graduation. We covered topics such as who an MBA is right for, how to best present an application to top MBA programs, how to get the most out of your time in school, and what awaits you in the job market upon graduation. If you haven’t checked out that episode, we recommend listening to that episode first to get caught up. In Part 2, we focus our conversation on what it really takes to get into top tier real estate programs as well as inside tips. You can expect to learn more about application requirements, information related to test scores, things universities are looking for and how to get the most out of your experience on this episode of the A.CRE Audio Series. View the show notes from this episode Learn to model real estate like a deal-seasoned pro

Adventures in CRE Audio Series
Navigating a Successful Career in CRE - S1E9

Adventures in CRE Audio Series

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2019 44:37


Welcome back to the A.CRE Audio Series! In this episode, Spencer Burton, Michael Belasco, and host, Sam Carlson are joined by Chris Collins, the Principal and Cofounder of Urban Pacific Development. Click here to learn more about Chris Collins and Urban Pacific. Over the course of Chris’ 25 year career in commercial real estate, he has contributed to the acquisition, design, development, leasing, asset management, and sale of over 150 projects. Today, Chris will be taking us through his story and discuss what it takes to embark on a successful career in commercial real estate outside of the traditional corporate or institutional path. Join us as Chris shares his story, how he got started, the transitions he made, and the thought process behind his decisions along the way. There’s a great deal to be learned from Chris’ experience. Don’t miss this episode of the A.CRE Audio Series! View the show notes from this episode Learn to model real estate like a deal-seasoned pro

Adventures in CRE Audio Series
Cross-Border Commercial Real Estate - S1E8

Adventures in CRE Audio Series

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2019 38:59


Welcome back to the A.CRE Audio Series! In this episode, Michael Belasco, Spencer Burton, and host, Sam Carlson, are joined by JP De Bruin, a Senior Investment Broker for a fast-growing brokerage in South Africa. Click here to learn more about JP De Bruin. This is an exciting episode, as we’ll learn more about JP and get a revealing glimpse into what it takes to be a successful international real estate investor and considerations for those that are interested in investing in cross border opportunities. This episode is filled with insight related to investing in different local markets and property types, finding the right local partners, and more. Please join JP and the team as he provides a glimpse into the world of cross-border real estate investing. View the show notes from this episode Learn to model real estate like a deal-seasoned pro

Earspace
#33 Earspace - Sam Carlson

Earspace

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2019 70:43


Welcome to season 3 Episode 7On this episode we get to know Sam Carlson (musician, husband, vocalist)Music used in this Episode One year Later - As long as i'm Alivehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9IQLvQyouoNeed beats with commercial rights for your project or promotional content?Visithttp://www.rok10productions.com/

Copywriters Podcast
A Super-Successful Facebook Campaign

Copywriters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2019


How do you make Facebook actually work? That’s becoming an increasingly urgent question for copywriters and marketers across all niches. We have one answer for you today, with our special guest, Sam Carlson. He’s an online traffic and conversion guy, with a specialization in local business marketing. His agency is called 25th West. Sam and his team use digital marketing strategies to grow private medical practices. Facebook likes what they did so much that they featured 25th West on their Facebook Business™ page as a case study. We’re going to talk about that today, and a whole lot more. Sam is also Co-Host of The Next Level Facebook Ads Podcast, and I highly recommend it. We asked Sam these questions: 1. Writing ads and creating campaigns on Facebook, seems to me, like being forced to write while wearing handcuffs, and with a special pen that runs out of ink when you try to write certain words. That is, there are restrictions, that for most ad writers — especially direct-response copywriters — run counter to the way we are used to writing ads. Yet you have found a way to make it work. So much so that you won an award for your campaign from Facebook! We’ll get to the campaign in a minute. But first, please talk to us about the right mindset for winning on Facebook — I don’t mean awards necessarily, I just mean having a winning campaign and getting profitable business. And could you also talk about techniques you use and techniques you avoid using? 2. OK, let’s go over the numbers on your campaign. 3. So, how did go about getting these results? 4. What did you learn from this campaign, and how can Copywriters Podcast viewers and listeners put some of your learnings to work for themselves… especially on Facebook? 5. I know you have a podcast yourself… you and Phil interviewed me on it! Could you tell our listeners about that, and anything else you have to offer in the way of products, coaching, training, or other info stuff? Sam's Case StudyDownload.

Copywriters Podcast
A Super-Successful Facebook Campaign

Copywriters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2019


How do you make Facebook actually work? That’s becoming an increasingly urgent question for copywriters and marketers across all niches. We have one answer for you today, with our special guest, Sam Carlson. He’s an online traffic and conversion guy, with a specialization in local business marketing. His agency is called 25th West. Sam and his team use digital marketing strategies to grow private medical practices. Facebook likes what they did so much that they featured 25th West on their Facebook Business™ page as a case study. We’re going to talk about that today, and a whole lot more. Sam is also Co-Host of The Next Level Facebook Ads Podcast, and I highly recommend it. We asked Sam these questions: 1. Writing ads and creating campaigns on Facebook, seems to me, like being forced to write while wearing handcuffs, and with a special pen that runs out of ink when you try to write certain words. That is, there are restrictions, that for most ad writers — especially direct-response copywriters — run counter to the way we are used to writing ads. Yet you have found a way to make it work. So much so that you won an award for your campaign from Facebook! We’ll get to the campaign in a minute. But first, please talk to us about the right mindset for winning on Facebook — I don’t mean awards necessarily, I just mean having a winning campaign and getting profitable business. And could you also talk about techniques you use and techniques you avoid using? 2. OK, let’s go over the numbers on your campaign. 3. So, how did go about getting these results? 4. What did you learn from this campaign, and how can Copywriters Podcast viewers and listeners put some of your learnings to work for themselves… especially on Facebook? 5. I know you have a podcast yourself… you and Phil interviewed me on it! Could you tell our listeners about that, and anything else you have to offer in the way of products, coaching, training, or other info stuff? Sam's Case StudyDownload.

I Kassen med David Bjerre
I Kassen #488: Close (2019)

I Kassen med David Bjerre

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2019 20:56


Den plagede, kvindelige bodyguard Sam Carlson får til opgave at beskytte den forkælede arving Zoe Tanner. Da Zoe bliver offer for et kidnapningsforsøg må de to kvinder tage flugten. Pludselig er de alene i et fremmed land, jaget af myndighederne og skumle folk, der prøver at slå dem ihjel. Og de har ingen anelse om, hvem der står bag alle deres problemer! http://www.ikassenshow.dk/2019/01/i-kassen-488-close-2019.html

Modern Chiropractic Marketing Show
Brand-Response Marketing for Chiropractors with Sam Carlson

Modern Chiropractic Marketing Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2018 36:50


Extra Innings: A Seattle Times baseball podcast
A weekend sweep for the Mariners, uniform choices, all-star rest, reliever or starter and more

Extra Innings: A Seattle Times baseball podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2018 42:23


Beat writer Ryan Divish and columnist Larry Stone discuss the Mariners' recent weekend sweep over the Royals, their seven-game winning streak, the uniforms from Saturday night, the idea of resting over the All-Star break vs. playing, the need for another reliever and the injury to Sam Carlson

Shut Up Enjoy
21 - Just Cheat On Me feat. Sam Carlson and Rebecca Nembhard

Shut Up Enjoy

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2018 107:41


Surprise! We’ve got two special guests on this week’s episode. Sam and Rebecca join the boys this week to give them their female point of view on a variety of topics. Have you ever had a sex toy demonstration? Are you a good wingman? Are you into nipple play? The crew find out what’s behind these mysteries and much, much more this week as they experience what it’s like inside the mind of the opposite sex. It’s gonna be a bumpy ride, so strap into your hermit shells to stay safe through this mess. Subscribe/Rate/Review for more and follow us on Twitter @shutupenjoy Support us by getting some merch: www.teespring.com/stores/shutupenjoypodcast

Shut Up Enjoy
21 - Just Cheat On Me feat. Sam Carlson and Rebecca Nembhard

Shut Up Enjoy

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2018 107:41


Surprise! We’ve got two special guests on this week’s episode. Sam and Rebecca join the boys this week to give them their female point of view on a variety of topics. Have you ever had a sex toy demonstration? Are you a good wingman? Are you into nipple play? The crew find out what’s behind these mysteries and much, much more this week as they experience what it’s like inside the mind of the opposite sex. It’s gonna be a bumpy ride, so strap into your hermit shells to stay safe through this mess. Subscribe/Rate/Review for more and follow us on Twitter @shutupenjoy Support us by getting some merch:www.teespring.com/stores/shutupenjoypodcast

Savage Sports
Roche and Sam Carlson Quickly Talk One and Done's

Savage Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2017 15:16


Roche and Sam Carlson Quickly Talk One and Done's by Savage Sports

Lookout Landing
Episode 16: Discussing & Digressing the Mariners 2017 Draft

Lookout Landing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2017 96:47


Kate and John are reunited and bring on LL's minor league expert Ethan Novak to recap and discuss the signs of life shown by the Mariners in the last couple weeks (0:00) that brought some folks back from the brink of declaring the season over. After discussing Mike Zunino, DEFINITELY FIXED HITTER, the absolute absurdity of the AL standings, and the Jean Segura extension, they turn to the main focus of this week: the 2017 MLB Draft (13:10). Evan White is interesting but Ethan wanted several someone elses. Sam Carlson wasn't even supposed to be here. 5th round pick David Banuelos gets compared to everyone's favorite new Rays catcher. 8th round pick Billy Cooke zips his way up Kate's personal prospect rankings. What is up with honor picks? Are any of these guys even good? Why did so many people get picked from places with Olive in their name? Should you even care about rounds after the top-10? WHO IS KEVIN SANTA? After the break (1:01:50) Twitter questions are fielded on potential Hall of Fame players on the Mariners, types of bears, the rest of the division's drafts, and more. Intermittently, breaks are taken to remark on the M's 6-4 win over the Twins that was happening during the recording, since we have the attention span of toddlers. Alas. Please submit any of your future questions for the podcast to @LookoutLanding or leave them in the comments below. Also, please rate, review, and subscribe to the Lookout Landing podcast with your favorite purveyor of podcasts. Music: Cheap Trick - Want You To Want Me, Drake - Draft Day, Flamingosis - Football Head   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

There Is No Offseason
Ep. 89: Jim Callis on the 2017 MLB Draft

There Is No Offseason

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2017 62:01


Ben Carsley and Bret Sayre of Baseball Prospectus are joined by MLB.com senior writer Jim Callis to discuss the upcoming 2017 MLB Draft including Hunter Greene and Brendan McKay as potential two-way players (25:00), Kyle Wright cementing his status as the nation’s top collegiate pitcher (31:30), southpaw Seth Romero and righty Corbin Martin as the biggest wild cards (36:00), the top prep hitters in Royce Lewis, Bubba Thompson, Austin Beck and Jo Adell (38:30), Jim’s affinity for MacKenzie Gore (43:00), the other top prep arms in the class in Shane Baz, D.L. Hall and Sam Carlson (46:00), intriguing fantasy sleepers like Keston Hiura, Quentin Holmes, Jeren Kendall, and Kevin Merrell (49:00), and finally break down the all-name team led by Jeter Downs (53:00).

Collecting Dust
Collecting Dust

Collecting Dust

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2013


Collecting DustThis year completes my thirteenth year of teaching. In my thirteen years I have found that there are very few teachers that actually utilize technology in their classrooms. I have seen the fear that some teachers have when it comes to technology. When my school district changed from the hand written grade book to software that did most of the work for us, you would have thought the world was coming to an end. The countless number of teachers that moaned and groaned because they liked the old way better and never gave the program a chance to show them what it could do. Today, I see teachers with SMART Boards that never are used, document cameras sitting without being turned on, student computers collecting dust and it is very sad in my opinion.  As I walk from class to class, wracking my brain, and search the web for information on why this is, I find the reason to be that teachers are not trained correctly or enough and their resistance to learning something new.  There are a lot of administrators and teachers that are set in their ways and do not want to make room for new things in their offices/classrooms/lives.  Marc Prensky stated when a new technology appears, our first instinct is always to continue doing things within the technology the way we’ve always done it. That is almost exclusively what we now do with educational technology. We use it mostly to pass documents around, but now in electric form, and the result is not very different from what we have always known (Prensky, 2005).  People just don’t want to change but by learning something new, the challenges/duties we have in our day to day lives as teachers would be so much easier to take care of.  Jamie McKenziestated in 2001 that the evidence mounts that few American teachers feel adequately prepared for the challenge of using new technologies in any fashion, not to mention the challenge of using technologies to support curriculum rich, standards-based lessons (McKenzie, 2001).  Part of this is brought on by the teacher also and not by the training at hand.  I have found, when I do technology training at my school, that most teachers do not even pay attention to what is going on in the training.  They are surfing the web, talking to their neighbors, or just plain zoned out.  We often see this in our students and get upset with them for not paying attention, but then do it ourselves when it is our turn to learn.  Then when it is time for do the task that the training was over, they cannot recall how to go about it.  I believe that if there is provided training that walks teachers through the process of using the software, hardware, website, whatever it is, step-by-step and the teacher has to follow along, then they will understand it better and be more apt to using it in the future. It is the teacher’s responsibility to take control of the situation and move forward.  With that being said, I believe that if they are provided with a training that is hands on then that will provide the first opportunity to them to use and explore the technology that is in front of them.  It will give them time to get used to it and ask questions if they have it.  If they are unsure about something, most teachers will go back to their classrooms, put the information on a shelf, and never pull it out again because they feel intimidated by it.  If they are given the proper training, then more are likely to use it in the future.  Another issue stated by Sam Carlson, is teacher motivation to participate in professional development workshops in the use of technology. While so-called “champion teachers” will request and seek out professional development opportunities in the use of technology, the vast majority of teachers will not (Carlson, 2002).  I truly believe this.  Most teachers run in the opposite direction when it comes to technology.  If they were made aware of the training being hands on and giving them time to manipulate the hardware/software, maybe they would be more likely to sign up.  As Instructional Technologists, we must provide training and experiences with technology that is student (teachers) friendly and gives them the security that they need in order to go back to their classrooms and use what they have or more.  We have to remember that not everyone is technology savvy and that things must be taught at the learner’s level and in their style of learning, just like our students in the classroom.  If we can do this and provide positive feedback and help, I believe that more teachers would feel more comfortable with technology and use it more in their classrooms to provide a learning environment for all their students.  ReferencesCarlson, S. (2002, October - December). The Missing LInk in Educational Technology: Trained Teachers. Retrieved June 7, 2013, from TechKnowLogia: www.techknowlogia.org/TKL_Articles/PDF/435.pdfMcKenzie, J. (2001, March 6). How Teachers Learn Technology Best. Retrieved June 9, 2013 , from From Now On The Educational Technology Journal: www.fno.org/mar01/howlearn.htmlPrensky, M. (2005, December 2). Shaping Tech for the Classroom 21st-century schools need 21st-century technology. Retrieved June 7, 2013, from Edutopia: www.edutopia.org/adopt-and-adapt-shaping-tech-for-classroom