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iDigress with Troy Sandidge
Ep 63. The #1 Psychological Approach And Best Practices By Amazon To Becoming A Better Leader & Maximizing The Productivity Of Your Team

iDigress with Troy Sandidge

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 21:23


Two words can make all the difference in being the best leader possible and maximizing your team's productivity. The two words are listening and motivation. When you practice active listening and know the motivation behind every team member, you can catapult your business to growth potential you didn't even think was possible.Pulling from Amazon's Leadership Principles, Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, and McClelland's Human Motivation Theory, I break down how you can triangulate the most effective path to evolving yourself into the best leader you can be while developing your team to be more productive, driven, motivated, accountable, and successful while simultaneously creating a dynamic culture that retains your employees and accelerates your business success sustainably.Beyond The Episode Gems:See what the HubSpot CRM can do for your business at HubSpot.comSee all of the podcasts on the HubSpot Podcast NetworkRegister for Agorapulse's Agency Summit To Learn How To Scale Your AgencyGet Your FREE Tickets to the World's Largest Virtual Email Marketing Conference -- Guru ConferenceBuy My Book Strategize Up to maximize the growth potential of your business using strategic frameworks.Get Two Free Months of Agorapulse on me: Social.Agorapulse.com/FindTroy#####Support The Podcast & Connect With Troy: • Rate & Review iDigress: iDigress.fm/Reviews• Get Strategy Solutions & Services: FindTroy.com•  Buy Troy's Book, Strategize Up: FindTroy.com/Strategize-Up•  Follow Troy on Twitter: Twitter.com/FindTroy•  Follow Troy on LinkedIn: LinkedIn.com/in/FindTroy

While We Were Working: Your Weekly Small Business HR and People Leadership Podcast
039: 4 Ways Small Businesses Can Better Support Working Parents

While We Were Working: Your Weekly Small Business HR and People Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 31:46


Balancing work and child care is a challenge countless employees face every day. Large organizations are taking action to combat burnout in working parents, some even building their own daycares. As a small business, offering onsite child care can be too expensive, but fortunately, there are alternative ways to support working parents without breaking the bank. In this week's episode, Joey and Sommer share four ways small businesses can better support workers with child care needs. Tune in to find out more! You'll also learn why helping workers navigate child care needs is a strategic investment regarding talent attraction and retention and what companies are doing to take care of their employees' mental health and wellbeing. Sommer and Joey also discuss monkeypox from an HR perspective, its risks, common misconceptions, and some steps you can take to keep your team safe and your organization protected. Key Takeaways How small businesses can better support working parents (00:00) What organizations are doing to help parents struggling with child care needs (03:10) Why many women left the workforce during the pandemic (06:43) Offering child care benefits as a talent retention strategy (10:47) Alternative ways small businesses can support working parents (16:17) What HR teams should know about monkeypox (22:04) How monkeypox could negatively impact your business (26:03) Should your business be worried about monkeypox? (29:43) Additional Resources

Tactical Leadership
How Small Businesses Can Benefit From Guerilla Marketing

Tactical Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 9:58


“This gorilla tactic attached to things is budget friendly. It's focused on making sure things are low cost in nature as a whole, but taking the creative and intellectual aspect of marketing and the implementation pieces where it doesn't have to be expensive.” – Zack Knight In today's solo episode, I reflect on Chris's discussion on how cult-like brands focus on creating an immersive experience for their customers in order to keep them coming back. He discusses how big name companies have changed their marketing concepts in order to stay ahead of the competition. He talks about taking the creative and intellectual aspects of marketing and the implementation pieces to the point where it doesn't have to be expensive. The different aspects of guerilla marketing that we can look at can stand out from other avenues of marketing. [00:01 - 01:10] Opening Segment If you have a platform and you want to create content that DELIVERS, go over tohttp://knightly.productions/ ( knightly.productions)! If you haven't listened to last Monday's episode, check it out!  Head over tohttps://www.myvoicechallenge.com/discovermyvoice ( myvoicechallenge.com) to register for a free podcasting workshop!  [01:11 - 04:39] How Small Businesses Can Benefit From Guerilla Marketing There is a ceiling to success for brands Marketing concepts and how they've changed over the years Guerilla tactics to break into different aspects of marketing Small businesses should focus on budget-friendly marketing tactics such as using creative and intellectual aspects of marketing without having to be expensive Digital marketing is not the only avenue that small businesses should consider when looking for ways to market their business [04:40 - 08:05] Closing Segment Closing words and reminders To find out more about Chris' insights on how to go above and beyond in marketing, focusing on the “cult collective” and cult ideas, come and listen this Friday! Head over tohttps://www.myvoicechallenge.com/discovermyvoice ( myvoicechallenge.com) to find out how you can discover your voice, claim your independence, and build that thriving business that you've always wanted!   Key Quote: “Shareability is something that you really want to create.” – Zack Knight    Did you love the value that we are putting out in the show? LEAVE A REVIEW and tell us what you think about the episode so we can continue on putting out great content just for you! Share this episode and help someone who wants to expand their leadership capacity or clickhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tactical-leadership/id1498567657 ( here) to listen to our previous episodes. Tactical Leadership is brought to you by Knight Protection Services. A veteran-owned and operated company, with extensive experience in risk assessment and crime prevention. Find out more by visitinghttps://knightprotectionllc.com/ (  https://knightprotectionllc.com/) If you want to learn how to build a better business, check out my website athttps://beatacticalleader.com/ ( Beatacticalleader.com). You can connect with us onhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/zaknight ( LinkedIn),https://www.instagram.com/beatacticalleader/ ( Instagram), or joinhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/BATLgroup/ ( Our BATL Space) and become part of the community.

The Steve Gruber Show
David Osborne, Biden's Labor Department is helping unions harm small businesses

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 11:00


David Osborne is the Americans for Fair Treatment CEO. Biden's Labor Department is helping unions harm small businesses

Making Money Personal
Cybersecurity for Small Businesses - Money Tip Tuesday

Making Money Personal

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 4:02


Cyber-attacks are becoming more and more frequent in today's digital age. However, according to a survey by CNBC and SurveyMonkey, most small businesses aren't ready. Here are some tips to up the cybersecurity for your small business.  Links:  For other small business resources visit trianglecu.org Learn more about KnowBe4 and their fraud prevention services Follow our podcast Facebook, Instagram and Twitter Transcript: Welcome to Money Tip Tuesday from the Making Money Personal podcast.  Why does cybersecurity matter? According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, “Cyberattacks cost the U.S. economy billions of dollars a year and pose a threat for individuals and organizations.” Small businesses can be easy targets for cybercriminals, as they don't have the security infrastructure that larger businesses do. Small businesses are actually three times more likely to be attacked than larger businesses. Another reason that cybersecurity matters to your business is that according to the CNBC and SurveyMonkey poll, 55% of people in the U.S. say they would be less likely to continue doing business with a brand after a cyber-attack. So not only will the cybercriminals steal your data, they will also steal your business away.   Less than half of small businesses have strengthened their passwords, have multi-factor authentication, backed up their data on an external hard drive and have an anti-virus or malware software installed. This leaves their business open for attack, and with no protection, cybercriminals have easy access to their data. Strengthening your passwords and enabling multi-factor authentication is a quick and free step to start protecting your business. Remember, strong passwords shouldn't be easy to guess. The more complex the password is, the better. Having multi-factor authentication in place also makes it more difficult for cybercriminals to gain access as it adds an extra layer of protection to your password.   Backing up your data on an external hard drive is important – if the cybercriminals get into your data and decide to erase all of it you still have an extra copy. Having an anti-virus program installed will help protect against malware and viruses and can also help remove them from your computer if it does become infected. Always make sure that your anti-virus program is up to date. It would probably be a good idea to turn automatic updates on.   If you have employees, you should train them on internet usage best practices. Employees and their communication is one of the leading causes of data breaches for small businesses. Show them how to spot phishing emails, safe internet browsing practices, avoid downloading anything suspicious, and to protect sensitive information. Some cybersecurity companies like Knowbe4 offers security awareness training and simulated phishing attacks.  It is important to keep your internet connection safe as well. Always encrypt information and use a firewall on your network. If you are using Wi-Fi, add a password to it. You can also set up your router, so it doesn't broadcast the network name.   If your small business has been compromised, it's important to contain the damage. Figure out what has been compromised. If there's any malware, run your anti-virus program to remove it. If any passwords have been compromised, change them immediately. You then need to inform your employees, customers, and vendors about the breach. Being transparent is important, if you try and hide it, their data may be at risk as well. If necessary, get legal advice from a lawyer that specializes in Internet law.   If there are any other tips or topics you'd like us to cover, let us know at tcupodcast@trianglecu.org and don't forget to like and follow our Making Money Personal Facebook and Instagram pages and look for our sponsor, Triangle Credit Union on Instagram and LinkedIn to share your thoughts.   Thanks for listening to today's Money Tip Tuesday and be sure to check out our other tips and episodes on the Making Money Personal podcast.   Have a great day! 

Discussions by Domain
Helping Small Businesses Now and in the Future

Discussions by Domain

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 19:41


Sylvia Brookshire, Account Executive at Integris, sits down with Anthony to talk about how her background as an immigrant and experience with small businesses from childhood influenced her career path, and how Integris can help small businesses now and in the future.

Simple Marketing Academy
Lead Generation & Email Marketing Strategy For Small Businesses

Simple Marketing Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 8:44


In this video, Jill walks you through the steps to take to generate leads for your small business and shows you how to create a lead magnet. She also gives you a simple email marketing strategy, and explains what to say to your potential customers, in those emails. SHOWNOTES: www.JillWFox.com/podcast  

The Paychex Business Series Podcast with Gene Marks - Coronavirus
Could Potential Boost in IRS Funding Ramp Up Audits on Small Businesses?

The Paychex Business Series Podcast with Gene Marks - Coronavirus

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 6:26


With the Inflation Reduction Act expected to become law, the IRS would see funding increase by nearly $80 billion. “On the Mark” host Gene Marks and many others see this as a red flag for small businesses when it comes to auditing by the IRS. As a CPA and small-business owner, Marks offers a handful of tips on how to approach tax filing that could help reduce the risk of an audit. Listen to the podcast.  DISCLAIMER: The information presented in this podcast, and that is further provided by the presenter, should not be considered legal or accounting advice, and should not substitute for legal, accounting, or other professional advice in which the facts and circumstances may warrant. We encourage you to consult legal counsel as it pertains to your own unique situation(s) and/or with any specific legal questions you may have.

Financial Survival Network
Take Advantage of the Free £200 Billion in Loans Available to Small Businesses - Stephen Sacks #5581

Financial Survival Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 15:35


Summary: What are some of the alternatives to small business financing? Stephen Sacks comes on the show to talk about some of the alternative methods for funding your business; luckily, there are many you can take advantage of if you're willing to look. In the UK, there is £200bn in business and startup grants that is waiting to be allocated to companies. Tune in to this episode for advice from Stephen, and to learn how you can better fund your business. Highlights: -In business, it's all about cash flow. Sometimes you have to arrange financing/equity in other ways, and there is a whole world of financial sources to master -It's good to surround yourself with people who are going to be honest with you and tell you the situation as it is -It's important to acknowledge what you don't know, and take it upon yourself to learn or find someone who is an expert -Stephen proposes a method for businesses to retain all of their equity and maintain ownership of business Useful Links: Financial Survival Network Funding Nav

Priority Pursuit
069. What Small Businesses & Puppies Have in Common

Priority Pursuit

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 12:49


If you follow me on Instagram, you might already know about the puppy saga that's been going on at our house. But, in case you don't know what I'm talking about, I'll fill you in.  A couple weeks ago, I was walking Hattie like I do every morning. However this particular walk threw us for an unexpected loop, because when Hattie and I got back to our block, I found a tiny, black puppy frolicing on the sidewalk and trying to eat a dandelion.  With no owners in sight, I scooped him up, gave him a bath, took him to our vet to see if he was chipped (which he wasn't), and I posted his photo all over social media and lost pet websites in an attempt to find his home.  I'm still in disbelief that nobody claimed this sweet boy, whom the vet said was no more than 12 weeks old when I found him. But, Zach named the pup “Little Richard,” and we've had him for almost two weeks now.  Little Richard is sitting on my lap as I record this, but before this episode airs, he'll be in his forever home, which I am both so happy and so sad about. We found the most ideal home for this lab-hound pup, and we know he is going to be well loved. But, you can bet there will be tears when we drop him off with his parents in just a couple days.  At this point, I'm sure you're thinking, “That's great Victoria, but what does a puppy have to do with running a small business?” And, after two weeks of having a pup and an older dog, I can promise you that your business has more in common with dogs than you likely think.  In this episode, we specifically discuss:  Like it isn't fair to compare a puppy who is learning to a dog who is well trained, it isn't fair for you to compare your business to someone else's that is further along than yours & allow yourself to feel less than.  Like businesses, dogs are trained & raised to serve different purposes.  You can find a more detailed version of this episode's show notes at:  https://victoriarayburnphotography.com/what-puppies-small-business-owners-common.  Mentioned Links & Resources Save 50% on Your First Six Months of Quickbooks Self-Employed - http://victoriarayburnphotography.com/quickbooks/  Save $50 On Your First Order of $100 or more from KISS Books - http://victoriarayburnphotography.com/kiss/   Join the Priority Pursuit Facebook Community - https://www.facebook.com/groups/179106264013426     Follow or DM Victoria on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/victorialrayburn/

Sales POP! Podcasts
Sales and Selling Strategies for Small Businesses with Gary Geiman

Sales POP! Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 22:01


A poignantly placed text message or phone call can still give you better conversion rates than almost any other channel. In this Expert Insight Interview, we welcome Gary Geiman, Founder of DMN8 Partners Inc.

Entrepreneur MBA
Navigating the PPC Advertising Landscape for Small Businesses

Entrepreneur MBA

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 34:31


The PPC advertising model has become an excellent resource for small business owners. It can help you optimize your online presence, reach your target audience quickly and make conversions. Unlike organic SEO,  which can take weeks or even months to get the desired result, paid search ads can bring your business to the forefront of search engine result pages immediately after launching the ads. In today's podcast, John Horn from StubGroup and Stephen Halasnik from Financing Solutions discuss how small businesses can navigate the PPC advertising landscape to achieve tremendous results

Hack My Business
Why Small Businesses DON'T Need To Worry About Inflation, With Nury Gomez CEO & Founder Of Accounting Breeze Episode 58

Hack My Business

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 33:46


Are you letting fears about inflation and the threat of recession hold you back from growing your business? I'm thrilled to introduce Nury Gomez, someone I consider a core part of my team! Nury is not only my bookkeeper, but she is the CEO and Founder of Accounting Breeze, where she partners with entrepreneurs to help them achieve all their business goals. Nury will answer some of your big questions surrounding rising costs, the threat of inflation, and how entrepreneurs should be planning for their futures. Leveling up your business can be really daunting, but you don't have to go at it alone. Learn how you can stay confident and take risks without having to worry or allow fears to overcome your business!    More from Nury Gomez: Visit www.accountingbreeze.com  Email: nury@accountingbreeze.com  Call: 310-363-7055 LinkedIn: @Nury Gomez Instagram: @accountingbreeze Facebook: @Accounting Breeze Twitter: @accbreezeNgomez   More From Jesse & Small Business Front:  Visit: https://www.smallbusinessfront.com/ LinkedIn: Small Business Front LinkedIn: Jesse Torres, Founder-SBF Instagram: @smallbizfront Twitter & Facebook: @SmallBizFront    Join our community of Frontliners! and get the most up-to-date resources and information for YOUR small business. *Thank you for listening and please share the show or an episode you love with your favorite small business! We believe that when you succeed we all succeed, so let's share the knowledge and resources!

Banking Transformed with Jim Marous
Locality Bank: Using Modern Technology to Serve Small Businesses

Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 45:48


Small businesses are the foundation of the American economy, with 30.2 million small businesses making up 99.9% of American businesses and employing 47.5% of American employees. Despite the size of this segment, small businesses have unique challenges such as funding, payment processing, money transfer and more. In addition, most traditional small business bank processes are antiquated and time-consuming. My guest on the Banking Transformed podcast is Corey LeBlanc, co-founder of Locality Bank, a digital-first community bank based in Fort Lauderdale. Corey shares the mission of this start-up and how Locality is using financial technology to make processes more efficient, saving money and better serving their customers.

Sales Unscripted
How to Beat the Recession - A Guide for Small Businesses with Sean Castrina

Sales Unscripted

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 25:20


Warning - tough economic times ahead. And it's going to be incredibly challenging for small businesses, which often find themselves struggling to stay afloat when the economy takes a turn. But here's the thing: it doesn't have to be that way. Best-selling author and serial entrepreneur, Sean Castrina, join us in our podcast as he talks about how you can weather the storm if:

B2B Vault: The Payment Technology Podcast
Small Businesses & Credit Card Chargebacks | The Payment Technology Podcast | B2B Vault Episode 99

B2B Vault: The Payment Technology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 32:08


Hey everybody. What's up. It's Justin live from B2B vault, the payment technology podcast with your host, Alan Copeman. And we'll be providing you educational information about. Payments FinTech, decentralized finance and the technology businesses use in today's world. And in today's podcast, we're gonna be talking about high risk. Excuse me, we're gonna be talking about merchants, small businesses and chargebacks, and there's always different ways of fighting the chargeback different, crazy stories about the chargeback. Alan has a lot of, interesting stories about that as well. I, myself, wasn't very familiar with this process.

The Mike Broomhead Show Audio
Small businesses and the IRS

The Mike Broomhead Show Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 29:44


Mike explains how the new Inflation Reduction Act may impact small businesses and the amount of taxes they pay. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

#TWIMshow - This Week in Marketing
[Ep120] - Pinterest Reports 9% Revenue Increase In Q2'22 With Errors In Their Quarterly Report

#TWIMshow - This Week in Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 16:58


1. LinkedIn Launches ‘LinkedIn Collective' For B2B Marketers - LinkedIn has launched LinkedIn Collective, a community designed for and by B2B marketers to inspire excellence and success for all of us. Per LinkedIn:“The Collective will offer groundbreaking thought leadership and content resources informed by LinkedIn data and insights, our team of experts, and leaders across the B2B marketing industry. Some see LinkedIn purely as a distribution or promotional channel but we're here to challenge this assumption. Our platform is more than that – it's a thriving community of 850 million members that turn to us to help build their brands, foster connections and grow their communities.With the Collective, we want to showcase what it looks like to build a content brand on LinkedIn, proper. Though we will continue to provide the excellent and resourceful content that you've come to expect on this blog, our new content brand is platform-first and will live and grow on LinkedIn.”2. YouTube Update: New Metrics, Copyrighted Music.. - For creators, YouTube has added a number of new capabilities, including more data on their subscriber growth. Creators can now see how many subscribers they gain from community posts. This new metric can be accessed in YouTube Analytics' subscription source report. YouTube plans to introduce per-post subscriber analytics in the future. To provide creators more music choices for their videos, YouTube is broadening its partnerships with music labels and publishers so that they have the ability to access more copyrighted content while being able to earn revenue on their videos. Before this update, including copyrighted music would disqualify a video from monetization. If you've enabled the option to allow other creators to remix your content, you can now get more information about those remixes in YouTube Analytics. The three metrics you can see are: Total remix views  Top 15 remixes on mobile  Top 15 remixes on desktop 3. Google Added Structured Data For Product Pros And Cons - Google has added structured data support to read and potentially use pros and cons for product review snippet in the Google Search results. Google said you can now “tell Google about your pros and cons by supplying pros and cons structured data on editorial review pages.”  Even if you don't use this markup, Google may still show pros and cons in the product search result snippets. So take actions and do not rely on Google.4. Google Changed Search Result For Queries With Quotes - Now if you do a search such as [“google search”], the search results page will show the snippet where the quoted text appears.According to Google, prior to this update, the quoted search term was not always displayed in the Google Search result snippet because sometimes the quoted text exists in portions of a document that don't lend itself to making helpful snippets. For instance, a word or phrase might be present as a menu item on a page where you can access the site's many sections. Such portions might not result in a snippet that produces a readily accessible description. And now Google says that they made this change due to user feedback - “We've heard feedback that people doing quoted searches value seeing where the quoted material occurs on a page, rather than an overall description of the page. Our improvement is designed to help address this.”P.S: This is not a ranking change but rather a user interface change on how Google Search will show some searches, searches that use quotes. This may impact your click-through rate from the Google search results but will have no impact on how you rank for those types of queries.5. Google Launched A New Version Of Google Tag - The Google tag (gtag.js) is a single tag you can add to your website to use a variety of Google products and services. Instead of managing multiple tags for different Google product accounts, it lets you send data from your website to linked Google product destinations to help you measure the effectiveness of your website and ads.The new Google tag (currently only accessible and configurable from Google Ads and Google Analytics 4), which was shared at Google Marketing Live, is rolling out. The aim is to make tagging easier to ensure reliable measurement for the long-term. If you're already using the global site tag (gtag.js), you don't need to take any action, but here are some things to know: The new Google tag is a single, reusable tag built on top of your existing gtag.js implementations so no need to add new code There are also new codeless capabilities so you can set up & track on-page events right from the UI – no developer resources needed. You can easily combine & manage your Google tag settings from the new Google tag screen in both Google Ads & Google Analytics. The one code works across both products. Soon, you'll be able to use your existing Google tag installation when creating new Google products, accounts, conversion actions – no extra code needed. Plus, more updates to come, including for those using Google Tag Manager. For more information, you can read the Google announcement here. To see all the tags you have access to, go to Google Tag Manager and click the “Google tags” tab on the Accounts table.6. Google Keyword Planner Now Allows You To Organize Keyword InTo Ad Groups - This “Organize keywords into ad groups”  feature was released in 2021, only to a small number of users. And now Google is slowly rolling out this feature to global user base . Here is what Google had to say:"You could always manually choose to add keywords to ad groups (manually picking which ones to add where). This feature adds the ability to use an automated machine learning system where we suggest which ad groups are the best ones for the keywords, instead of you manually doing the placement. This should hopefully save advertisers time and effort if they have thousands of keywords/ad groups to sift through. The ability to manually add keywords still exists."FYI: Just like with most automation, use with caution. Test, analyze, and adjust as necessary.7. New Features In Google Discovery Ad - The new features are: The onboarding flow for creating Discovery ads has been rebuilt. Advertisers will be asked to add different aspect ratios, distinct headlines, and text overlays over images when they create their ads. Additionally, users will get real-time feedback on how effective their ads are, with scores ranging from "Poor" to "Excellent," as well as an optimization score with useful advice. Discovery advertisers can now use the insights page to see which audience segments may deliver the biggest impact. Advertisers can also use asset reporting to view performance across the Discovery ads. Users can compare the performance between assets and decide which ones to turn off, switch, or edit. Advertisers can also use optimized targeting to assess information about keywords and landing pages to find audiences that can meet your campaign goals. There is a new audience builder advertisers can use to create and reuse audiences across campaigns. Users can also use the Google Ads Editor as well as API to manage campaigns at scale. You can read the full announcement from Google in their help guide.8. Facebook Shutting Down Live Commerce On October 1, 2022 - Over the past few years, Facebook has been experimenting with live shopping implementations as part of a larger effort to capitalize on growing eCommerce trends.  And now the company has announced that it's shutting down its experiments with live shopping in the app, as of October 1st this year.However, it is not completely abandoning live shopping; Instagram will continue to host it and expand it. Mark just did not see a future for it on Facebook, which is understandable. And it also reflects the generally unfavorable reception to live shopping in western markets. Plus e-commerce is slowing down in the US. Remember in episode#119, we covered the 10% headcount reduction at Shopify. 9. Twitter ‘Location Spotlight' Is Now Available To All Businesses - Initially launched to selected businesses earlier in the year, now, all businesses that have switched to a Professional Profile can add the module, which displays your physical business location on a map within your Twitter profile presence.You can read more about how to convert your Twitter account to a Professional Profile at this link.10. New Workshops Added To Twitter Flight School - Twitter's Flight School is a free education element, which provides you with a Twitter accreditation, and covers all the basics of tweeting and tweet strategy - which is worth taking to ensure that you're across all the various opportunities of the app.Now, Twitter is launching a new ‘Taking Care of Business' workshop series, which is designed to help professionals starting out on Twitter gain a better understanding of its latest products and offerings.“The workshops will cover how to set up your Professional Account, how to activate an appropriate spotlight for your business and how to tweet confidently and engage with your audience.”You can register for the workshops, run via Twitter Flight School, here.Twitter is also launching additional business courses in its Flight School education platform. Here is what Twitter said:“We'll be rolling out 10 a la carte courses on Twitter Flight School that will cover several topics that are top of mind for professionals on how to leverage Twitter to drive customers to buy. Our #TweetLikeAPro coursework will be designed specifically for small to medium businesses and will cover topics like how to Up Your Tweet Game, Creating a Community of Engaged Followers and Keeping it Simple: The 4 Cs of Content Strategy.”You can find more about the latest Flight School courses here. 11. Pinterest Reports 9% Revenue Increase In Q2'22 With Errors In Their Quarterly Report - Pinterest published its Q2 2022 results with some mistakes. In their quarterly results they state that they have 433 million DAU - same as Q1.) However when I sum up the breakdown, I see the number at 432 million in Q2 and they lost 2 million actives in US. Meanwhile they had 434 million actives in Q1 while they reported 433 million. Also they had lower than expected revenue though they earned $665.9 million (a 9% year-over-year). Also their revenue per user is off since you divide the total revenue by active users. So I will not cover it here and I plan to blog + tweet about it to Pinterest later this week.FYI: Elliott Management has a track record of buying up assets in companies that it believes could be performing better has recently purchased a 9% stake in Pinterest.

Beer Fish Fanatics
Beer Fish Fanatics - Episode #119 MaPop Fishing and Fishing Kit Talk Hybrid Striped Bass, Boat Fishing, and GoPro 10 Issues

Beer Fish Fanatics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 68:37


Welcome back to Beer Fish Fanatics Podcast! Today MaPop Fishing and Fishing Kit talk about Hybrid Striped Bass fishing with Hawkeye Bassin himself. We tell everyone how we did and also our upcoming plans. Fishing Kit gives a true honest in-depth opinion of the GoPro 10. Cheers and Enjoy!Youtube Video Podcast:https://youtu.be/eQnXU_3V1xoPodcast Website and Social Media:https://www.mapopfishing.com/beer-fish-fanatics-podcasthttps://www.tiktok.com/@beerfishfanaticsThanks to our sponsors!Kalona Brewing Companyhttps://www.kalonabrewing.com/Whisker Seeker Tacklehttps://whiskerseeker.com/Download the audio for this episode and more:https://www.buzzsprout.com/993337https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beer-fishing-fanatics/id1511598870https://open.spotify.com/show/0xqMN6XCWmNm5Pyl7vt5FGhttps://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS85OTMzMzcucnNzhttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-beer-fish-fanatics-63122788/MaPop Fishing Website, Social Media, and Vendor Products: https://www.mapopfishing.com​https://www.facebook.com/mpopfishing​https://www.instagram.com/mapopfishing​https://twitter.com/mapopfishingFishing Kit Channel and Social Media:https://www.facebook.com/FishingKitYouTubehttps://www.instagram.com/fishingkit85​https://www.youtube.com/c/FishingKit​https://www.tiktok.com/@fishingkit#fishing #fishingtips #beerandfishing #fishingguide #iowafishing #fishingtips #productdevelopment #customicerods #iowagreatlakes #icefishingtrip #youtubefishing #kayakfishingtesting #fishingonakayak #tournamentfishing #womenfishing #mlftournament #youtubefishing #bassfishing #kayak #catfishguide #fishingguide #catfishing #iowadnr #fishbiologist #icefishing #illinoisfishing #rivercrappies #fishinginstruction #iowagreatlakes #icefishing #fishing #giveaway #icefishing #flatheads #saltwaterfishing #hawaiifishing #deepseafishing #fishingguide #muskies #walleyes #fishresearch #kayaktournamentfishing # kayakfishing #yakfishing #femalefisherman #femalefishing #muskies #musky fishing, #musky lures, #iowadnr #fishingstats #fishknowledge #icefishing #clearlakefishing #fishingguide #yellowbass #bassfish #catfishing #youtubefishing

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IAM1454 - Coach Helps Small Businesses Grow Profitable Fitness Businesses

CEO Podcasts: CEO Chat Podcast + I AM CEO Podcast Powered by Blue 16 Media & CBNation.co

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 16:59


Nicole Spencer is a former fitness studio owner turned small business coach who helps entrepreneurs from the US to the UK to Australia grow profitable fitness businesses. Her company, Authentic Conversion, provides two avenues for magnetic client attraction and abundant conversion. She also runs Asheville Crypto Consulting, a company designed to educate people and help those who wish to turn 3 or 4 figures into 5 or 6 figures passively in the next 3 years do so with the support and as safely as possible. Her primary interests lie in the positive global impact of cryptocurrency from a humanitarian perspective plus mining and trading aspects. Website: http://authenticconversion.lpages.co/ac-info Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nicole.s.spencer.7 Instagram: http://instagram.com/nicole.authentic.conversion Book in a breakthrough session with Nicole at https://authenticconversion.lpages.co/5-step-formula-schedule/ Episode Link: https://iamceo.co/2018/11/02/iam099-coach-helps-small-businesses-grow-profitable-fitness-businesses/

MLive Behind the Headlines
Testy tourists are making things worse for Michigan's small businesses

MLive Behind the Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 29:08


MLive's Tanda Gmiter and Lindsay Moore join host John Hiner to discuss some trends in Michigan's tourism industry. One of those current trends is unpleasant customers creating a negative environment for business owners and employees. Also in this episode, a discussion on worker shortages and a look at exactly how Mackinac Island secures labor for its busy summer season. To read more on that, follow this link: https://rb.gy/2rtxx9 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Practical Tax with Steve Moskowitz
Episode 28: Small Businesses and Climate Change's Effect on Your Investments

Practical Tax with Steve Moskowitz

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 39:27


Deidre Woollard, a real estate writer at Motley Fool, talks the about building modular homes in San Francisco, while legendary meteorologist Spenser Christian from Good Morning America and ABC7 talks about the short and long term effects of climate change on business and quality of life. Episode Transcript Intro: Welcome to the Practical Tax podcast, with tax attorney Steve Moskowitz. The Practical Tax podcast is brought to you by Moskowitz, LLP, a tax law firm. Disclaimer: The information contained in this podcast is based upon information available as of date of recording and will not be updated for changes in law regulation. Any information is not to be considered tax advice or legal advice and does not form an attorney/client relationship. Further, this podcast may be construed as attorney advertising. You should see professional consultation for your individual tax and legal situation. Chip Franklin: Welcome everybody to practical tax I'm Chip Franklin and of course, Steve Moskowitz here. Steve, let's just dive right into this and talk a little bit about real estate. I know you know a lot about this. You've been in San Francisco forever and you've seen this incredible increase in property values. But it has been a tool to help people build wealth and because of the nature of investment in asset, it's transferability and tremendous effect on lowering income taxes. But the cost of ownership has begun to erode this opportunity, at least a lot of people think for many Americans. Is real estate still a go-to for financial wealth and for protecting your assets? Steve Moskowitz: Absolutely traditionally so much wealth has been built through real estate and also the Congress and their infinite wisdom so loves real estate investment. They've given all types of special deals to real estate. I could take our whole time just listing all these things. So the bottom line is there's so much here. And you talk about prices, but that's okay. You make money with OPM other people's money. So the bottom line is even if a property goes up in value, so what? You can borrow some money and you know what always happens. Like all businesses, the costs are passed along to the tenants or the other investors and there's so very much that you can do. Chip Franklin: Well, joining us right now is Deidre Woollard. She is a writer. You've seen her work on Motley Fool. She's also a researcher, an editor and she's obsessed with just about everything real estate from market investment trends, to the housing affordability issue and the latest techniques and something we're going to get to in modular construction. And she's so nice to join us right here on the show. Deidre hi, welcome to Practical Tax. Deidre Woollard: Thank you. Happy to be here. Steve Moskowitz: Thanks so much for joining us. We appreciate it. And our firm's mostly in tax. We represent individuals, entrepreneurs and small businesses looking to build wealth and generational wealth. And we've seen one of the most effective ways to accomplish this is through investing in real estate. This June, we were part of a real estate investing conference and I'm happy to see the strategy mythology and technology that's evolved, but there's definitely an air of anticipation with the current economic client. I'd love to get your take on the topic as it applies to real estate investors. Deidre Woollard: Yeah, I think there is a little bit of concern. We just got the existing home sales numbers from the NAR, those were down by about 8.6% year over year. So there's that concern about there being a bubble. I don't think that's going to happen, but we are seeing a little bit of resetting and a little bit of concern over what might be coming next. And certainly with interest rates getting to the point where we're getting close to that 6% mark and I think that is having an impact on how people are feeling about real estate in general right now. Steve Moskowitz:

Beer Fish Fanatics
Beer Fish Fanatics - Episode #118 MaPop Fishing and Fishing Kit with Mark Lovan

Beer Fish Fanatics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 69:17


BFF are back with a new episode with their buddy Mark Lovan AKA Mark D or Marky Mark! We just chilling in the back yard drinking some brews and talking fishing. Crappie fishing, eating fish, and the Honda Ridgeline Vehicle again. Good times and Cheers!Youtube Video Podcast:https://youtu.be/-BM9LdEs7vgPodcast Website and Social Media:https://www.mapopfishing.com/beer-fish-fanatics-podcasthttps://www.tiktok.com/@beerfishfanaticsThanks to our sponsors!Kalona Brewing Companyhttps://www.kalonabrewing.com/Whisker Seeker Tacklehttps://whiskerseeker.com/Download the audio for this episode and more:https://www.buzzsprout.com/993337https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beer-fishing-fanatics/id1511598870https://open.spotify.com/show/0xqMN6XCWmNm5Pyl7vt5FGhttps://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS85OTMzMzcucnNzhttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-beer-fish-fanatics-63122788/MaPop Fishing Website, Social Media, and Vendor Products: https://www.mapopfishing.com​https://www.facebook.com/mpopfishing​https://www.instagram.com/mapopfishing​https://twitter.com/mapopfishingFishing Kit Channel and Social Media:https://www.facebook.com/FishingKitYouTubehttps://www.instagram.com/fishingkit85​https://www.youtube.com/c/FishingKit​https://www.tiktok.com/@fishingkit#fishing #fishingtips #beerandfishing #fishingguide #iowafishing #fishingtips #productdevelopment #customicerods #iowagreatlakes #icefishingtrip #youtubefishing #kayakfishingtesting #fishingonakayak #tournamentfishing #womenfishing #mlftournament #youtubefishing #bassfishing #kayak #catfishguide #fishingguide #catfishing #iowadnr #fishbiologist #icefishing #illinoisfishing #rivercrappies #fishinginstruction #iowagreatlakes #icefishing #fishing #giveaway #icefishing #flatheads #saltwaterfishing #hawaiifishing #deepseafishing #fishingguide #muskies #walleyes #fishresearch #kayaktournamentfishing # kayakfishing #yakfishing #femalefisherman #femalefishing #muskies #musky fishing, #musky lures, #iowadnr #fishingstats #fishknowledge #icefishing #clearlakefishing #fishingguide #yellowbass #bassfish #catfishing #youtubefishing

Noelle Randall Podcast
How To Make Real Estate A Side Hustle

Noelle Randall Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 11:16


Are you interested in doing real estate on the side? This is a great choice if you want to build your wealth! In this podcast, I'll teach you not only how to make real estate a side hustle but also how to turn it into a successful business!Check out NorthOne: Banking for Small Businesses and Freelancers:https://bit.ly/3min7VtGet your free training here:http://www.NoellesFreeTraining.comGet my books for FREE here:https://NoellesBookOffer.com/Start your own successful YouTube channel now:https://www.betheherostudios.com/WEBSITE:http://www.noellerandall.comTEL: 888-479-4542Listen And Enjoy!Noelle RandallSupport the show

#TWIMshow - This Week in Marketing
[Ep119] - YouTube Answers Common Questions On YT Shorts

#TWIMshow - This Week in Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 18:53


1. Shopify Lays Off 10% Of Workforce - Tobias Lütke, the founder of Shopify, announced that it is letting go of ten percent of its workforce. He blamed himself for misjudging trends, resulting in too many employees. What was anticipated at Shopify was that the rapid Covid-era increase in E-commerce shopping would continue as a trend, hastening a greater adoption of online shopping.Unfortunately, the forecasted boom in post-Covid shopping failed to materialize. The CEO said that he decided to scale up hiring to meet the increased demand and that now that the projections are falling short, he was forced to make a difficult decision. Shopify employees face a layoff in recruiting, support roles, and sales.2. Instagram Backtracks And Rethinking Instagram Forward Strategy - In a new interview with Casey Newton, Adam Mosseri explained that Instagram will actually take a step back from recommended content, as well as its experiment with a full-screen, TikTok-like viewing experience.“For the new feed designs, people are frustrated and the usage data isn't great. So there I think that we need to take a big step back, regroup, and figure out how we want to move forward. When you discover something in your field that you didn't follow before, there should be a high bar - it should just be great. You should be delighted to see it, and I don't think that's happening enough right now. So I think we need to take a step back, in terms of the percentage of feed that are recommendations, get better at ranking and recommendations, and then - if and when we do - we can start to grow again.”3. Revenue Roundup: Microsoft, Google & Meta - Here are some key takeaways: Microsoft ad revenue decreased by about $100 million due to reductions in advertising spend LinkedIn revenue increased 26%, while user sessions grew 22%. Total Alphabet revenue 13% increase YoY to $69.7 billion (from $61.9 billion by the end of Q2 in 2021) Google Ad revenue $56.3 billion (up from $50.4 in 2021) YouTube revenue $7.3 billion (up 5% from $7 billion in 2021), which missed analysts' predictions of $7.5 billion Meta's ad revenue dropped one percent in Q2 2022 compared to last year's period. They brought in $28.82 billion from ads, though it expected to earn $28.94 billion. One positive trend to note is Facebook's daily active users are up three percent. There are now 1.97 billion people logging in every day. Meta's apps aren't declining in popularity by any means. The audience is there. The problem is that advertisers have smaller budgets, and they're not getting the same value from ads as they used to. To remedy the issue of declining ad revenue, Meta has plans to offer new types of monetization. More specifically, the company is working on ways to make money from Reels. 4. LinkedIn Launches Native Carousel Posts - LinkedIn users have been posting makeshift carousel posts for some time, using its PDF attachment option to create individual frames. And now, LinkedIn has decided to make it a fully-fledged functionality, with a new ‘Carousel' post option being added to your update tools.5. Pinterest Launches Real-Time Analytics - Pinterest has now officially launched real-time analytics elements within Pin Analytics on mobile, which will provide more data on exactly how your Pins are performing at any given time. Real-time insights are also available in the web Analytics platform, but now, you'll also be able to access much of the same data on the go, which is likely where many more people are looking to check in.Real-time insights are not available for audience metrics, like ‘Total Engaged Monthly Audience' and age and gender filters. But you will be able to see overall data on response to your Pins, whenever you check in, which could be a helpful guide for your Pin strategy.6. Google Extends Deadline For Third-Party (Tracking) Cookies To 2024 - Google is now expanding the testing window for its Privacy Sandbox APIs before it moves to disable third-party cookies in Chrome. They announced that it's expanding the testing period for its Privacy Sandbox, and its alternative tracking tools, in order to give the industry more time to provide feedback and adjust to the coming shift. “The most consistent feedback we've received is the need for more time to evaluate and test the new Privacy Sandbox technologies before deprecating third-party cookies in Chrome. This feedback aligns with our commitment to the CMA to ensure that the Privacy Sandbox provides effective, privacy-preserving technologies and the industry has sufficient time to adopt these new solutions. This deliberate approach to transitioning from third-party cookies ensures that the web can continue to thrive, without relying on cross-site tracking identifiers or covert techniques like fingerprinting.We now intend to begin phasing out third-party cookies in Chrome in the second half of 2024. As always, you can find up-to-date timelines and milestones on the Privacy Sandbox website.”7. The Reason Why The Search Console CWV Report & PageSpeed Insights Differ - Google's John Mueller explained that  the two scores are different because the method for calculations is different.“... there's a difference between so-called field data and the lab data. Field data is what users have actually seen when they go to your website. And this is what we use in Search Console. That's what we use for search as well. Whereas lab data is kind of a theoretical view of your website, like where our systems have certain assumptions where they think, well the average user is probably like this, using this kind of device and with this kind of a connection perhaps. And based on those assumptions, we will estimate what those numbers might be for an average user. And obviously you can imagine those estimations will never be a hundred percent correct.”So what Mueller is saying then is that Search Console scores reflect what actual site visitors saw. The way Google measures those actual numbers is through visitors who have opted in to allowing Chrome to provide anonymized core web vitals data. Google doesn't measure every site visitor, only those who have opted in to sending that data to Google. Contrasting with Search Console's field data, PageSpeed Insights is creating a simulation of what a user might experience. The purpose of Search Console data is to show what real site visitors are experiencing. The purpose of PageSpeed Insights data is to provide an estimate of what's going on in order to provide diagnostic feedback on what may be causing poor webpage speed performance.“And similarly, the data that users have seen, that will change over time as well, where some users might have a really fast connection or a fast device and everything goes really fast on their website, or when they visit your website. And others might not have that. And because of that, this variation can always result in different numbers. Our recommendation is generally to use the field data, the data you would see in Search Console, as a way of understanding what is kind of the current situation for a website. And then to use the lab data, namely the individual tests that you can run directly yourself, to optimize your website and try to improve things. And when you are pretty happy with the lab data that you're getting with your new version of your website, then over time you can collect the field data, which happens automatically and double-check that users actually see it as being faster or more responsive as well. So in short, again, there is no absolutely correct number when it comes to any of these metrics. There is no kind of like absolutely correct answer where you'd say, this is what it should actually be. But rather, there's different assumptions and different ways of collecting data and each of these are subtly different.” The purpose of the Search Console tool is to provide granular snapshots of real-world site performance. The purpose of PageSpeed Insights is diagnostic, to identify problems and offer suggestions for improvement. 8. Google Wants You To Replace HTTP Links With HTTPS - Several years ago, Google's Gary Illyes said replacing links isn't worth it when proper redirects are in place. Now, Google's Search Advocate John Mueller says you should always try to replace internal links pointing to HTTP URLs with the newer HTTP versions. Here are the reasons why replacing old HTTP internal links with https is a good idea: First, it's cleaner than having a bunch of redirects. And, unlike external links, you have complete control over the URL visitors are sent to. Anyone clicking on a link that redirects to HTTPS has to go through the HTTP version first. Getting rid of the extra ‘hop' means visitors get to the content faster.  Relying on redirects for internal links is a fool's errand. Many things can go wrong, such as redirect chains, redirect loops, and broken links. If a site loads images with HTTP URLs, it can cause browsers to give visitors a “not secure” error message, deterring them from staying on your site. Redirects eat your crawl budget because every redirect counts as a page crawled. Google can potentially crawl more pages per session without the redirects in place. Lastly, you can't depend on redirects working indefinitely. Redirects can break or get deleted while replacing the links ensures they're changed forever. 9. The 411 On Google Search Quality Rater Guidelines Update - Google has made a variety of significant updates to its Search Quality Rater Guidelines. The most significant overhauls were to Google's definitions of YMYL (Your Money, Your Life), and the extent to which E-A-T matters as a matter of page quality.Google defines YMYL topics as either being inherently dangerous (violent extremism), or harmful because presenting misinformation related to the topic can be harmful. For example, providing bad advice related to heart attacks, investments or earthquakes could cause harm to the user.Google also revamped its definition of what it means to be a low-quality page. In a previous version, Google claimed a page may be low quality, in part, because the creator of the main content may lack sufficient expertise for the purpose of the page. This statement was deleted. Google now expands upon the role of E-A-T in determining whether a page is low-quality.You can download the full 167-page PDF raters guidelines over here. 10. Google Ads Will Now Automatically Update Conversion Attribution Models - Google has sent an email letting advertisers know that if their account qualifies then their ad accounts would be switched to data-driven attribution. Advertisers have until August 24 to cancel the auto-switch.Google announced in September that data-driven attribution would become the default model, but advertisers would still have access to the five other rule-based models. Data-driven attribution uses advanced machine learning techniques to more accurately understand how each marketing touchpoint contributed to a conversion. According to Google, data-driven attribution takes multiple signals into account including ad format and time between the ad and interaction and conversion.11. Google Merchant Center Now Accepts Gated Product Listings - Google has updated its Merchant Center policy to no longer automatically disapproved free listings for products that have login required and/or restricted purchase access. Google said it now will list these products as active but with the caveat that they may “have limited visibility on Google.”Google explained “Login required” issue status means that customers visiting your store website need to provide account access information, such as entering a username and password or installing a program, before being able to view your products.Google explained “Restricted purchase” issue status means that the ability to buy products on your store website is limited to certain customers as defined by location, device type, information provided, or some other exclusive criteria. Fields like business information should be optional and content should be consistent and available to visitors in all locations.12. Google Publishes 6 Tips For E-Commerce Sites - Google published a new video offering six tips for how to make ecommerce sites eligible for special presentations in the search results.  Title Tags - If the title element doesn't adequately describe what the webpage is about that Google will rewrite it, using content from the heading at the top of the page or even the anchor text from links to the webpage. Take extra care with automated product title tags to ensure there is no duplicate content or missing information. Avoid dynamically generated title tags to add availability or price data to the title tag because there's a lag between when the title tag is updated and when Google eventually shows the updated title link in the SERPs. By this time, the information may be outdated. Include High Quality Images - High quality images are a user experience consideration in that they help potential customers make up their minds about a product. Audit your site for low quality images and replacing them with higher quality photos. Checking the Max Image Preview meta data because it guides Google on how to show those images in the SERPs. Lastly, use product structured data to help Google identify the correct images to show in the search results. Many businesses consider things like images in terms of how they may help their webpage rank better in the search results. But it's more productive to consider product images in terms of how they help users decide to purchase a product. Share Rich Product Data - Structured data helps Google better understand webpages and makes them eligible to be displayed as rich results, what he referred to as “special presentation treatments” in the search results. The following are essential elements for product structured data to include:  Product title  Description  Images  Ratings  Price  Availability Share Price Drop Data - Sharing pricing information with Google can make the product page eligible for a special price drop presentation in the search results, which may call attention to it. Appearing in the search results with a special price drop presentation isn't guaranteed. To make a page eligible for price drop rich results, you must include the Offer property in the product structured data that is a specific price point and not a price range. Identify Products You Sell - This tip advises using accurate product identifiers such as GTIN identifiers, using a combination of Google Merchant Center feed and product structured data. Following this advice can make a product eligible for listings such as the product carousels. Create a Business Profile - Creating a Google Business Profile if the business has a physical presence. This makes a site eligible for a special listing alongside the search results. This type of listing is only available for businesses with a physical store presence or a covered service area. Watch the Google YouTube Video - How to Make Your Ecommerce Website Stand Out in Google Search (6 Tips)13. YouTube's New Feature Will Help You To Turn Your Long Form Videos Into Shorts - YouTube is looking to encourage more short clips via a new option that will enable creators to convert segments of their existing long-form content into minute-long Shorts variations. The new ‘Edit into a Short' option will enable you to select a section of your regular video uploads to then cut into a bite-sized version.14. YouTube Answers Common Questions On YT Shorts - YouTube demystifies the Shorts algorithm in a Q&A video that addresses several of the most common questions creators have about gaining visibility with short-form content. Here's a recap of each question and answer in the video. Should I Mix Long And Short-Form Content On The Same Channel? - “We've done some analysis recently where we looked at audience growth for channels that only made long-form videos, and channels that made both long-form and short videos. Channels that made Shorts actually seemed to be growing faster. We anticipate that audience demand for short-form content is here to stay. This is a format that's becoming increasingly popular, and the very reason we've been testing so much in more mobile-first creation tools and Shorts discovery.” Will YouTube Recommend More Long-Form Videos If People Watch My Shorts? - “Viewers watching Shorts aren't always the same viewers watching longer-form content… For this reason, we separate Shorts and long-form content from watch history. So when someone discovers a new channel via Shorts, we're not currently using that to inform what longer videos are recommended to them outside of the Shorts experience.” Is There A Benefit To Starting A Separate Channel For Shorts? - “Try to group your channels around similar audiences who enjoy the same or similar content. Separate them out when your viewers have totally different interests… If you start building up different audiences with different interests then consider making a separate channel.” How Many Shorts Do I Need To Upload Before The Algorithm Recommends My Content? - “Every Short is given a chance to succeed no matter the channel or the number of videos on the channel. Performance of a Short is dictated by whether or not people are choosing to watch and not skip a video in the Shorts feed. That audience engagement is often built over time as opposed to happening instantaneously.”

Breaking the Standard
Roundtable Discussion: Biden Administration's Goal for Small Businesses by 2025

Breaking the Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 42:57


In this episode, we have guests William Randolph and Justin Lerma with us to discuss the Biden Administration's goal of ensuring that 15% if federal contracts go to Small Disadvantaged Businesses by 2025. Listen in as we discuss impacts, challenges, what will need to be done to accomplish this goal and more! 

SeedTime Living
Why it is so important to support small businesses

SeedTime Living

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 11:05


A friend of ours has as amazing business that is struggling to survive and we all have the ability to prevent it. If you agree that the world is a better place with mom and pop restaurants (not just chains) then we should be voting with our dollars to make sure they continue to exist. Links Mentioned: Our book: Simple Money, Rich Life Find out more at SeedTime.com

UBC News World
New Study Finds That Cybercriminals Are Now Using Ransomware On Small Businesses

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 2:33


Nowadays, big businesses are not the only ones in cybercriminals' crosshairs. One cybersecurity firm has found that small businesses are equally in danger from costly cybercrimes, perhaps more so. Learn more about its findings at https://www.2secure.biz/2022/07/see-it-in-the-eyes-ransomware-attack-case-study-2 (https://www.2secure.biz/2022/07/see-it-in-the-eyes-ransomware-attack-case-study-2)

Just Joshing
Episode 818: Just Joshing Episode 818: Benoit Chartier

Just Joshing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 63:38


#BenoitChartier #Mushrooms #Booktube Benoit Chartier returns to the podcast. In his first visit to the Twitch Era of the show, Benoit and I talk about his new enterprise. Benoit grows and sells mushrooms. We talk about his new enterprise, the time constraints of working with this business, missing his family in Japan, and more. It was nice to catch up with Benoit. I hope to see more of his writing soon.Benoit ChartierRed NexusServicesAdvertising Services - Let me create your advertising for your next book or campaign. If you're a creative wondering how to create your advertising for your next project, I can create video, audio, written and graphics. Let me help you get your story, and your best story, out there.Available Now:Alice Won? - Available now. Alice escaped the asylum and pursues the Queen of Hearts to the Greek Labyrinth in the underworld, there she must engage in a game of croquet unlike any other, against Jason of the Argonauts. Illustrated by Kenzie Carr, written by yours truly, come to wonderland Dec. 1st, where the real games begin.Support And Subscribe:Buy my MerchBuy Me A CoffeeNewsletterPatreonTwitchYoutube

Social Media Influencer
10 New Instagram Features You Need to Know About

Social Media Influencer

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 8:07


Instagram is constantly changing! Here's 10 NEW IG features you need to know about. Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jenny_peterson/Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jennypetersonstyleWant to get a text reminder when new episodes drop? Text the word PODCAST to 385-220-8658.Try Yu TrimFit! Use discount code JENNYP to save up to 25% https://lddy.no/zgjhApply to become a Yu Affiliate here https://beautifulyu.com

Account for Your Life
One of the greatest failures of small businesses and churches too!

Account for Your Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 19:45


The environment of your business should produce things that isn't your main product. In today's lesson we look at the how we can use the principles inside of the 5th day of creation.

Grateful Living
How Small Businesses/Startups Can Better Retain Employees

Grateful Living

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 6:12


Many startup founders and small business owners find it hard to compete with bigger business in terms of retaining their employees and keeping them away from bigger businesses hiring them. In this vlog, I give 3 strategies on how small businesses can retain employees better. Grateful Living Info: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Bo0LHtRJJNJBUYIceg27w Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3Hn4ttttmbWfVqAhWh4Jhi Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1503185956 My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aroy81547/?hl=en Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/gratefulliving4 Medium: https://gratefulliving4.medium.com/

While We Were Working: Your Weekly Small Business HR and People Leadership Podcast
036: The Ultimate Recession Survival Guide For Small Businesses

While We Were Working: Your Weekly Small Business HR and People Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 24:46


While most of the jobs lost during the pandemic have been recovered, there's a growing concern for an impending economic recession among economists and organizations. Although the economy's future remains unclear, small businesses must prepare for the worst-case scenario. In this week's episode, Joey and Sommer explore why recessions happen, their implications for small businesses, and a few strategies to successfully navigate an economic downturn. Tune in to find out more! You'll also learn common mistakes small businesses make during recessions and the importance of maintaining perspective in uncertain times - all you need to know to make your business recession-proof. Sommer and Joey also discuss stay interviews - what they are, why many small businesses fail to implement them properly, and best practices to improve retention and your workplace culture. Key Takeaways Intro (00:00) How to protect your small business from a recession (02:06) The one mistake small businesses make during recessions (06:27) Why maintaining perspective is essential (10:16) What is a stay interview? (13:42) The main reason why conducting exit interviews can be so challenging (17:50) Best practices to improve workplace culture and employee satisfaction (21:42) Additional Resources

Fort Wayne's Morning News
Legislation to Help Small Businesses Fight Overtaking of Big Tech

Fort Wayne's Morning News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 4:57


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#TWIMshow - This Week in Marketing
[Ep118] - YouTube Partners With Shopify & Expands In-Stream Commerce Tools

#TWIMshow - This Week in Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 15:40


1. LinkedIn Business Manager is Now In Public Beta - The LinkedIn Business Manager was announced in June and finally the public beta was announced this week. Unlike invite-only betas, our public beta is open to all marketers who want to use Business Manager.The new business manager dashboard allows advertisers who manage multiple ad accounts to grant access to ad accounts and pages, create and edit campaigns, manage pages, and create reports.Matched audiences allow you to retarget your website visitors, and upload lists of accounts or emails to target within LinkedIn. Through the new Business Manager, you can share those matched audiences across all accounts.You can create a Business Manager account here. When you move your current ad accounts under the Business Manager umbrella, all settings including current campaigns and billing remain the same.2. Twitter Posts Lower Revenue Despite Adding 9 Mil Users - Twitter added 9 million new daily active users in Q2'2022, taking it to 238 million total mDAU. Most of the new growth has come from international markets, with Twitter only adding 2 million new users in the US. In terms of its ‘rest of the World' stats, Twitter hasn't provided a breakdown of where its newest 7 million users have come from, but Japan and India remain its second and third largest user bases, after the US.In terms of revenue, Twitter brought in $1.18 billion in Q2, a decrease of 1% year-over-year.3. Snapchat Added 15 Million New Users - Snap Inc. has posted its Q2 2022 numbers, which show a steady increase in usage, but slower growth on the revenue side. First off, on users – Snapchat added 15 million more users in Q2, taking it up to 347 million daily actives. Though Snapchat has seen significant growth in India, there was virtually no growth in the North American market.Average revenue per user remains relatively low in other markets, especially in the ‘Rest of the World' category, where Snap added the majority of its new users.4. Meta Launches Small Business Studios Project - Meta has launched a new Small Business Studios project, which will provide both online and in-person training elements to help small businesses make the most of their marketing efforts across both Facebook and Instagram. Build Your Brand workshop: An online workshop providing creative inspiration and branding guidance to small businesses using Facebook and Instagram. This workshop champions a customer mindset and dives in on business branding, how to build copy and creative when creating a post and then deciding what to post. Reels School: A course designed for small businesses to simplify Reels creation while expanding their audience reach and helping achieve business goals. Photography virtual workshop: Since building great creative can feel daunting, this training pairs small businesses with an expert to teach owners how to make great, low-cost and low-lift images that are made for mobile. In addition to this, you can also sign-up to get a one-on-one business support session with someone from Meta's Small Business Team, which could provide some valuable insight into how to maximize your Facebook and Instagram presences.It's also one of the only ways that you might be able to speak to a real person within Meta, which could see it flooded with non-brand-building queries. Either way, you can register for the initiative here.You can learn more about Meta's Small Business Studio programs and content here.5. Facebook Changing The News Feed - “One of the most requested features for Facebook is to make sure people don't miss friends' posts. So today we're launching a Feeds tab where you can see posts from your friends, groups, Pages and more separately in chronological order. The app will still open to a personalized feed on the Home tab, where our discovery engine will recommend the content we think you'll care most about. But the Feeds tab will give you a way to customize and control your experience further.”Facebook's main UI will now be split into a ‘Home' feed, which will primarily focus on recommended content to keep you entertained, while you'll also have a new ‘Feeds' tab, where you'll be able to view the latest posts in different categories, including ‘Favorites', ‘Friends', ‘Groups', etc.The move shifts the Facebook experience more into line with TikTok, which calls itself an ‘entertainment app', not a social network.6. Instagram Adds In-Chat Payment Feature - Now you can make purchases and track orders directly in chats with small businesses on Instagram in the US. The new process will enable businesses to request payment within a message thread, with users then able to transfer funds, right then and there, streamlining purchase. Users will be able to use Meta Pay (the payment system formerly known as ‘Facebook Pay') to complete their purchase, with businesses then able to maintain connection on updates and details as the order is processed. It's essentially the same as payment transfers between friends, which have been available in Messenger since 2017. Now, businesses will also be able to tap into that same capacity.7. Discovering Local Business On Instagram - Instagram's location maps are now searchable, making it easier to discover places and businesses in your geographic area. Previously, the map experience on Instagram was limited to discovering posts tagged with nearby locations.This update to Instagram maps makes it possible to find popular establishments near you and filter businesses by categories.Finding businesses on the Instagram map is as simple as searching for the name of a city and dragging the map around. When you find a location you're interested in, you can save it for future reference or follow the Instagram account to keep it top of mind.Locations are not pre-populated or user-submitted, like on Google Maps. As a business, the only way to get found on the Instagram map is to have a professional account filled in with your contact information.In practice, the new Instagram Maps experience is similar to discovering Google Business Profiles on Google Maps. The Instagram experience is more engaging in some ways, as you can see all kinds of visual content published by the business and interact with them directly. You can even see content shared by other customers, provided they add the appropriate location tag. The only thing lacking from the experience is customer reviews.8. Instagram Converting All Videos Under 15 Mins To Reels - Instagram will automatically convert all video posts shorter than 15 minutes into Reels. This change applies to new videos only. Existing videos shorter than 15 minutes will remain as video posts. The Video and Reels tabs on your Instagram profile will join as one when this change rolls out in the coming weeks.9. Latest IG Features: Templates, Boosts & More - New features for Reels include: Enhanced remixes - Instagram is enhancing the remix feature for Reels, which allows you to react to videos from other users. Now, you'll be able to remix public photos and record your reaction to them as a Reel. For the first time, you'll be able to add your recording after the original clip instead of having both pieces of content appear simultaneously. New templates - You can now create Reels using templates, which preload audio and clip placeholders so you can add your photos or video clips. A new Dual template lets you record video with your phone's front and back camera at the same time. The ability to boost Reels as ads - Businesses can now boost Reels within the Instagram app by turning them into ads. To boost a Reel, it must be 100% original content, less than 60 seconds long, and recorded in the 9:16 (vertical) aspect ratio. After publishing it, you can boost a Reel by viewing your content and tapping Boost Post. Boosting a Reel gives you access to engagement insights exclusive to advertisements. Boosted Reels appear in the Instagram main feed, Stories, the Reels tab, and the Explore page. 10. TikTok Adds Auto-Caption & Translation - TikTok's auto captions will appear at the lower left hand side of the screen, adding important context to the viewing experience, especially in sound off environments.TikTok's also added new translations for captions and descriptions, which could help users around the world engage with more clips.Finally, TikTok's also adding translations for text-based stickers and overlays to provide even more context for non-native speakers.Both of TikTok's new translation tools will initially support English, Portuguese, German, Indonesian, Italian, Korean, Mandarin, Spanish and Turkish, so there's a range of translation options to consider, which could spark entirely new, global trends.P.S: TikTok says that it's in the early stages of rolling out these new tools, which are available on select videos at present.11. Google Auto-Upgrading Smart Shopping Campaigns To Performance Max - Google has begun to roll out automatic updates converting Smart Shopping campaigns into Performance Max. Google will send a notification about 2-3 weeks before the updates take effect and provide a specific date when your campaigns will be converted. Google says when your campaigns are self-upgraded using the tool or automatically upgraded, learnings from your previous Smart Shopping campaigns carry over to your new Performance Max campaigns to maintain consistent performance. Your campaign settings will also automatically transfer.If you don't want to wait for Google and prefer to update your campaigns on your own, you can use the “one-click” upgrade tool.12. Now You Can Add FAQ's To Your Google Business Profile - Google has added a new feature to help businesses automated some of the responses to questions submitted through their Google Maps and Google Search business listings. This new feature is part of your Google Business Profile and can be managed under the FAQs section of the messaging section.13. Hey Google!, Will I Rank Lower If I Am On A Shared Web-Hosting? - Google's John Mueller again said on Twitter "using a shared IP address is fine" for SEO and Google Search ranking purposes. "There is no SEO advantage to using a unique IP address," he added.14. YouTube Partners With Shopify & Expands In-Stream Commerce Tools - YouTube has announced a partnership with Shopify which enables Shopify merchants to feature their products across their YouTube channels and content. Using the Google Channel app within your Shopify add-on tools, you'll now be able to activate YouTube Shopping, and connect your YouTube account to easily display products from your Shopify inventory. Shopify merchants will be able to display their products on YouTube in three ways: Live streams - Merchants can tag and pin products at key points during a livestream, and picture-in-picture playback means consumers can watch while they check out Videos - Merchants can show a curated list of products in a product shelf below on-demand videos Store tab - A new tab will be added to a merchant's YouTube channel, featuring their entire selection of products Merchants will need at least 1,000 subscribers to qualify for these options, while there are also requirements around appropriate content and channel strikes.In addition to this, YouTube's also added new tools within the ‘Shopping' tab in YouTube Studio, in order to help creators manage how their products are tagged and appear across their channel. 

Confident
EPISODE 8: Doing Uncommon Good

Confident

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 27:55


About Our Guest: Carolyn Driscoll is the Founder & CEO at UncommonGood, a cloud-based software solution for Nonprofits, Community Organizations, and Small Businesses. Carolyn launched the company after a 20-year career in both small businesses and scaling startups. In her free time, she travels, sails, gardens, and hikes with her dogs. Learn more about UncommonGood: https://www.douncommongood.com/

Cast Polymer Radio
Episode 143: Mobile Advertising Strategies for Small Businesses

Cast Polymer Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 41:03


On this episode, Amanda Read of Read Mobile Marketing joins me on the show to discuss mobile advertising strategies that small businesses can use to create better engagement and drive more sales.  

Spa it Girl Talk Show by Yvette Le Blowitz
100 Days of Brave with lolanthe Gabrie, Author, Director of Ruby Assembly - EP.180

Spa it Girl Talk Show by Yvette Le Blowitz

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 42:23


Feel Good From Within with Yvette Le Blowitz - #SPAITGIRL Podcast EP.180 - 100 Days of Brave with lolanthe Gabrie, Author, Director of Ruby Assembly How to Prevent Start-Up Business, Side Hustle Burnout  Social Media Marketing Tips for Small Businesses  lolanthe Gabrie is the Author of 100 Days of Brave and Director of Social Media Agency Ruby Assembly and she knows good business. Creating inimitable brand content of rare depth, lolanthe is a sought-after digital marketing authority, business mentor, speaker, author with a focus on the startup space. lolanthe shares her passion and expertise for very good business via Serious Women's Business: Northside, a 500-strong networking group based in Melbourne, and on her podcast Sell Less. Mean More. If you want to live life on your own terms, work for yourself in a business that you love, and enjoy the freedom and rewards that entrepreneurship brings, 100 Days of Brave by lolanthe Gabrie is the ultimate roadmap. Whether you have a part-time hustle or want to dive straight into a full-time business, lolanthe Gabrie shares some very practical, inspiring and invaluable insights and support through her 100 Days of Brave.  If you have always dreamed about becoming a blogger, influencer, running your own fashion brand or you already have an established, blog, salon, spa or online store lolanthe Gabrie shares her insider social media marketing agency tips to assist. lolanthe Gabrie also shares her own self-care rituals that she has had to also put in place to take care of her own health as a business owner. Yvette Le Blowitz Podcast Host sits down with lolanthe Gabrie  Author of 100 Days of Brave to find out more about her book and things you need to know about if you want to become an entrepreneur which is far from the instagram fantasy that is being sold that everything in life and business is easy and one big glamourous holiday or party.  In Podcast Episode - 180 lolanthe Gabrie shares: - a little bit about herself - insights into her book - 100 Days of Brave  - how to prevent start up small business burnout - things to know about start up businesses, entrepreneurship, and side hustlers - insider social-media agency marketing tips {that you don't want to miss} - how to overcome rejection of your business idea, service, offering - tips for busy Mums who are trying to run a business from home - tips on writing a book {if that's one of your dreams} - her own self-care rituals Plus we talk about so much more........ Get Ready To TUNE IN *click here --- Get Ready to TUNE IN  Episode 180 - #spaitgirl Podcast with Yvette Le Blowitz  available on Apple, Spotify, Google, iHeart Radio, Amazon Music, Audible, Libysn - all podcast apps search for #spaitgirl on any podcast app or on google  -------- Available to watch on Youtube Channel - Spa it Girl or Yvette Le Blowitz Press the Play Button Below and subscribe ------ JOIN OUR #SPAITGIRL BOOK CLUB Buy a copy of   **100 Days of Brave by lolanthe Gabrie **pre-order through the spaitgirl podcast affiliated BookTopia link *any book purchase via this link will result in a small commission paid by BookTopia to spaitgirl **thanks for your support for more books search via Booktopia our affiliated online book store  *click here Hashtag #spaitgirlbookclub //#spaitgirl + tag @spaitgirl - when reading your book  --- STAY IN TOUCH   Podcast Guest lolanthe Gabrie  Director of Ruby Assembly Author - 100 Days of Brave Instagram @100daysofbrave Website www.100daysofbrave.com ------ Podcast Host  Yvette Le Blowitz  Instagram @yvetteleblowitz Website www.yvetteleblowitz.com Youtube Channel: Yvette Le Blowitz  TikTok: @yvetteleblowitz Become a Podcast Show Sponsor #SPAITGIRL  www.spaitgirl.com Email: info@spaitgirl.com with your sponsorship offer -- JOIN OUR #SPAITGIRL Community  Instagram: @spaitgirl TikTok: @spaitgirl Sign Up to my Mailing List: www.spaitgirl.com Search for #spaitgirl on any podcast app, youtube and subscribe  ---- HOW TO SUPPORT The #SPAITGIRL Podcast Show  Practice a Little Random Act of Kindness  - subscribe to the #spaitgirl podcast show on any podcast app or youtube channel  - leave a 5* rating and review  - tell someone about the #spaitgirl podcast show - share your favourite episode - tag @spaitgirl in your stories - hashtag #spaitgirl to share the show &  Together "Let's Feel Good From Within" and #makefeelinggoodgoviral ---- Please note - Affiliated Links included in this spaitgirl.com blog post includes affiliated links with Amazon.com and booktopia.com.au- should you order any books from Amazon.com or Booktopia.com.au via the links contained in this blog post spaitgirl.com will receive a small paid commission fee from the online book stores.  Please note - The information in this podcast is a general conversation between the podcast host and podcast guest and is not intended to replace professional medical advice and should not be considered a substitute for medical treatment or advice from a mental health professional or qualified medical doctor or specialist.  Use of any of the material in this podcast show is always at the listeners discretion.   The podcast host and guest accept no liability arising directly or indirectly from use or misuse of any of the information contained in this podcast show and podcast episode conversation, or any trauma triggered or health concerns associated with it. 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Marketplace Minute
Funding targets small businesses in disadvantaged communities - Marketplace Minute - July 19, 2022

Marketplace Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 1:50


The Biden administration is sending $940 million to nine states; bill to subsidize more U.S. chip-making gains support in Senate; U.S. removes duties on certain Russian fertilizer Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
Small Businesses Head to D.C.

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 7:45


Several small businesses from Utah are back in Washington, D.C. this week to take part in the 10,000 Small Businesses Summit, the largest gathering of those companies in the U.S. Schuyler Northstrom, the President and CEO of Uinta Mattress, talks with Boyd about the conversations between lawmakers and business owners and the policies Washington could pursue to help smaller companies thrive.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wharton Business Radio Highlights
Celebrity Chef Melissa King on Why Social Media is So Important to Small Businesses

Wharton Business Radio Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 11:43


Celebrity Chef Melissa King talks about her partnership with Adobe and Meta to help small businesses grow on social media. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Cyber Security Today
Cyber Security Today, July 18, 2022 - Ransomware targets small businesses, warnings for Digium Elastix and Netwrix Auditor administrators, and more

Cyber Security Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 5:24 Very Popular


This episode reports on a ransomware group targeting small businesses, vulnerability warnings for Digium Elastix and Netwrix Auditor administrators, advice for GitHub users and more

AMATEUR NATION
Episode 182: “Thoughts and Prayers for Amateur Nation”

AMATEUR NATION

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 28:27


THIS WEEK:*Commiefornia's, Emperor Gavin Newsom: Worst. Governor. Ever.*Electric. Cars. Are. A. Hoax.*Irrelevant has-been, Butt Muddler puts her foot in her sizable racist mouth.PLUS:*On “A la Carte”: Biden straight up hates America, another quote from Kamala, “SlingBlade” Harris, THE quote that sums up this “presidential” administration, and more gun facts hated and ignored by Amateur Nation.*On “3 Pro Things”: Amateur Nation denies someone a blood transfusion because of the stupidest question of all time, a drag queen denounces drag shows for kids, and why your government wants to destroy your small business.Get podcast previews and other fun content every Thursday at 7 a.m. Eastern! See the lyrics and “like” the video for, “My Prez” on YouTube! https://bit.ly/3iyNGpbSubscribe on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3wuyAWqGet the book! https://amzn.to/2qWAOlz Facebook: https://facebook.com/lousantinientertainment GETTR: @lousantiniInstagram: @lou.santini3Website: www.lousantini.com 

Sweat It Out
How to Get Government Contracts for Small Businesses with Eric Coffie

Sweat It Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 59:15


#255 – On today's episode, Anthony & Bryan are joined by government consultant, Eric Coffie. Eric teaches everyday people how to win extraordinary contracts in the federal arena via his YouTube channel and platform Govcon Giants. His YouTube channel is now the Top Rated channel on YouTube for people learning all about the federal arena. In 2019, he launched his podcast Govcon Giants which teaches people from around the world in the power of harnessing federal contracts to grow their business. In this episode, they spoke about everything from government contracts to the power of investing and so much more!

Bannon's War Room
Episode 1995: Dr. Jill Breakfast Taco Biden; Small Businesses Crater Under Biden's Economy; Can 7 MAGA Candidates Win; Doug Mastriano On The Radical Josh Shapiro

Bannon's War Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 54:19 Very Popular


We discuss the economy, polling, Pennsylvania, and more.  Our Guests Are: Boris Epshteyn, Steve Cortes, Doug Mastriano Stay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/join Aired On: 7/12/2022 Watch: On the Web: http://www.warroom.org On Gettr: @WarRoom On Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bio On TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews   

Superhumans At Work by Mindvalley
Marketing Basics for Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs - Erik Huberman

Superhumans At Work by Mindvalley

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 27:44


Selling With Love is more than a podcast! Join the community of like-minded entrepreneurs ready to overcome their sales blockages and transform the planet at: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/14070148/ ===== How much do you think you know about marketing? Erik Huberman, the founder of Hawke Media, brings a powerful message: if your revenue is lower than $10k a month don't delegate your marketing to an agency, and when you hire one, consider that most of them aren't good at what they do. Successful businesses understand the principles of awareness, nurturing, and trust; know the Purchase Cycles of their customers, and balance their patience healthily. Don't blame the new iOS or Facebook policy for the success of your campaigns. Listen to this fantastic conversation and learn marketing and sales fundamentals first. Everything else will follow. =====

Bannon's War Room
Episode 1995: Dr. Jill Breakfast Taco Biden; Small Businesses Crater Under Biden's Economy; Can 7 MAGA Candidates Win; Doug Mastriano On The Radical Josh Shapiro

Bannon's War Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 58:30


We discuss the economy, polling, Pennsylvania, and more.  Our Guests Are: Boris Epshteyn, Steve Cortes, Doug Mastriano Stay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/join Aired On: 7/12/2022 Watch: On the Web: http://www.warroom.org On Gettr: @WarRoom On Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bio On TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews