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The GrowthTLDR podcast is a weekly interview series with both leaders and practitioners who have real knowledge to share on what it takes to grow a business. Unlike most podcasts, we don't just focus on tips and tricks. We get to know the real story behind their success. And we try to have fun while doing it. Sick and tired of the same old boring business chat? Then listen to an episode of the GrowthTLDR, you won't regret it. If you're interested in being on the show, e-mail kieran@growthtld ...
 
Eric Yee is here to be your personal marketing and business guide- answering your questions and helping you work through the issues you are facing. Whether you are a small business owner, a student, an entrepreneur or a career marketer, Eric reveals all the marketing strategies and tactics he has learned and implemented over his career working for large corporations, startups and as an entrepreneur. Whether it is building a brand, automation, social media, Facebook, YouTube, email marketing, ...
 
This is the audio version of the Beyond Social Media Show, a weekly video podcast broadcast live on YouTube. Co-Hosts B.L. Ochman and David Erickson address all aspects of advertising, marketing, public relations and media in an irreverent, fast-paced style. The Beyond Social Media Show follows the following format: * Worst marketing stories of the week * Best marketing stories of the week * Shiny new tools * The Daily Numbers Each episode is 30-45 minutes long. Video of each episode is post ...
 
Make SEO Simple Again the podcast series is an audio experience produced by Daniel K Cheung, Team Lead @ Prosperity Media. Hear Clearscope co-founder Bernard Huang talk candidly about his 10 years of failing. Know that everyone is just trying to do their best as Jamie Indigo shares her personal story. Never feel alone with Taylor Berg's story of owning her ADHD diagnosis. And feel encouraged and inspired by Jenny Li Fowler, Lily Ray, Judith Lewis, Areej AbuAli, Jamar Ramos and everyone else ...
 
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During episode 361, co-hosts BL Ochman & David Erickson discuss paid tickets for Twitter Spaces, as well as: Lyft and Oscar Meyer co-brand a Weinermobile lift The White House's pro-vax influencer campaign Google My Business' prominence signal Robot lawyers Walmart's advertising network Moms against misinformation Alan Page isn't notable enough for …
 
During episode 360, host B.L. Ochman interviews Curtis Boyd, CEO of Objection.co. He explains how to fight fake online reviews. He also shares the amazing story that led him from nursing school to MIT and his online career. Among the topics we cover in this interview: - A challenge changes Curtis' life - The doctor who paid off Curtis' $32K student…
 
During episode 359, co-hosts BL Ochman & David Erickson discuss doctors spreading vaccine misinformation on Doximity, as well as: A TikTok campaign in real life Yelp's COVID labels Instagram's new blocking feature A brain/computer interface that inputs full sentences from your thoughts Twitter's redesign Twitter Spaces' new multihosting feature Sno…
 
During episode 358, co-hosts BL Ochman & David Erickson discuss the Wall Street Journal's superb investigative journalism revealing how TikTok's recommendation algorithm works, as well as: TikTok's push to get users to remake classic commercials Non-fungible tokens for Coca-Cola and Twitter The rise of low-fidelity video ads Google's adoption of em…
 
During episode 357, host David Erickson interviews branding and public relations expert Coral Graszer, Senior Public Relations & Communications Manager at Fiskars Group, about how literature and music played a role in her PR career, branding, influencer marketing, and much more. Coral earned her B.A. from UW-Madison in 2011 with a double major in C…
 
During episode 356, co-hosts BL Ochman & David Erickson discuss the backlash over Culper Precision’s Lego kit for a Glock handgun, as well as: Improv Everywhere's New York city dance party Google's test of seller ratings in search Twitter's Non-Fungible Tokens Amazon's Kindle Vella serialized fiction platform Twitter's testing of new conversational…
 
During episode 355, host B.L. Ochman interviews ad contrarian Bob Hoffman, author of five Amazon #1 selling books about advertising. Bob is also one of the most sought-after international speakers on advertising and marketing. He is creator of the popular “The Ad Contrarian” blog and newsletter, named one of the world's most influential marketing a…
 
During episode 354, co-hosts BL Ochman & David Erickson discuss Spotify and Facebook's Clubhouse clones, as well as: A Twitter thread that made it to the silver screen Google's breaking news warning A clever list building tactic Digitally resurrecting murdered journalists How to scare phone spammers Twitter's ticketed Spaces A LEGO typewriter set H…
 
During episode 353, host David Erickson interviews Alberto Monserrate, CEO and co-founder of NewPublica, a Minnesota public relations firm specializing in multicultural communications. They discuss the diversity within communities of color and the intricacies of communicating with them. Alberto is a leading authority on multicultural communications…
 
During episode 352, co-hosts BL Ochman & David Erickson discuss media coverage of the Tulsa Race Massacre, 100 years after the fact, as well as: Oreo's offering to aliens The soft power of brands Amazon supports marijuana legalization Dunkin' sells paint Apple's privacy commercial Amazon Sidewalk risks Hootsuite jacks long-time customers Twitter re…
 
During episode 351, host B.L. Ochman interviews Tom Herman, Vice President of Business Development for AirCarbon Pte Ltd about reducing climate change by gamifying non-fungible tokens (NFT) of carbon offsets. Tom brings over 20 years of executive experience starting companies and leading product development teams. He currently serves as the Vice Pr…
 
During episode 350, co-hosts BL Ochman & David Erickson discuss the Disney Imagineering Group's development of a free-standing robotic Groot, as well as: YouTube's new audio ad format Google's LaMDA AI model Hulu's self-serve advertising About This Site coming to a search near you The brand texting trend Mattel wants to recycle your old Barbies Sna…
 
During episode 349, host David Erickson interviews Blois Olson, radio host and publisher of seven must-read newsletters about email marketing, list growth, and leveraging channels to own the inbox. Ever since he received his first computer while a paperboy, Blois Olson has lived at the entrepreneurial intersection of media, technology and communica…
 
"Moving to Melbourne was quite possible the best thing I could ever do." Nik Ranger is a Technical SEO Specialist at StudioHawk. She is no strange to site migrations and Semrush webinars. Like many of us in Search, the pathway is often not linear and from a civil engineering graduate position, her internal question of "what do I want out of life" h…
 
During episode 348, co-hosts BL Ochman & David Erickson discuss Disaster Girl's big payday, as well as: Nerf's new chief TikTok officer Clubhouse's NFL draft partnership Clubmarket's Clubhouse influencer exchange Digital product placement Spotify's paid podcast subscriptions Flipboard flips to sponsored newsletters Vaccination public service tweets…
 
During episode 347, host B.L. Ochmann interviews TikTok influencer Miranda Head, host of the TikTok Famous podcast, and Social Media Manager for FloQast, about video marketing on TikTok and how she has earned success on the platform. Miranda Head is a TikTok Creator Partner (7+ million views), host of the TikTok Famous podcast, and Social Media Man…
 
"If you're talented and do the work it should be enough." As many of us who find their way into the profession of digital search, Amanda's story is similar. As someone who enjoyed band, drawing, psychology and excelled at mathematics and physics in high school, she started off in engineering before moving into graphics design. In this episode, you'…
 
During episode 346, co-hosts BL Ochman & David Erickson discuss Baby Boomer influencers, as well as: Google Earth's timelapse visualization of climate change Steak-Umm picks a fight with Neil deGrasse Tyson on Twitter Reddit considers its own Clubhouse clone Broadway returns LinkedIn creates creator tools LinkedIn asks for secret endorsements Non-F…
 
Being a freelance content writer is a hard gig. Being a freelance content writer based in Nigeria is even harder. But Chima has forged a path - it took her 2 years to do so, and in this episode, she shares how she did it and the challenges (both internal and external) she has overcome. From imposter syndrome, white privilege, to being the best at w…
 
Unless you're in Melbourne or Australia, you probably won't know Peter Macinkovic. He's not on the speaker circuit but rather, one of the unknown SEOs who GSD for their clients. With JB HIFI as one of the clients he looks after at Innovate Online, this conversation will leave no doubt that Peter knows his sh*t. This was an episode worth talking sho…
 
During episode 345, host David Erickson interviews Pat Lilja, CMO at Pritzker Hageman, P.A., about legal digital marketing, public relations, public affairs, search engine optimization and a lot more. Patrick Lilja has a depth of experience developed over the past two decades of digital marketing. Pat is Chief Marketing Officer at the law firm Prit…
 
Moz Whiteboard Friday presenter Niki Mosier joins us today to share how she got started in SEO. With 10 to 15 years of experience under her belt, Niki shares her journey from "back in the day" of keyword stuffing to what she specialises in now - technical SEO and local SEO. And since our recording, Niki has a new project - https://www.lessonsfroman…
 
During episode 344, co-hosts BL Ochman & David Erickson discuss LinkedIn and Spotify going after Clubhouse, as well as: A Clubhouse tutorial A mafioso whose YouTube channel gave him away New stoner emoji coming for Apple's iOS An AI-powered service that animates still headshots The forthcoming Brave privacy-focused search engine NFT brand stunts ge…
 
During episode 343, host B.L. Ochman interviews Stephen Madden, VP, General Manager, Haymarket Business Media Group and Editor-in-chief of MM+M, about The Vaccine Project Newsletter and about what it takes to make newsletters successful. During his 35-year publishing career, Madden has held a variety of staff positions including reporter and column…
 
During episode 342, co-hosts BL Ochman & David Erickson discuss the launch of Twitter Spaces, as well as: IKEA's audio book catalog A sweet wine-tasting gig A tour of American dialects Instant holograms Taco Bell's 404 error page An Ad Council COVID vaccine campaign Facebook's newsletter publishing platform Mark Cuban's Clubhouse competitor, Firesi…
 
During episode 341, host B.L. Ochman interviews David Berkowitz, the founder of the Serial Marketer consultancy where he generates demand for growth-mode B2B startups and agencies. He also founded and runs the 2,000-member Serial Marketers community. Prior roles include leading marketing for video production marketplace Storyhunter, leading strateg…
 
During episode 340, co-hosts BL Ochman & David Erickson discuss how Amazon Prime and Netflix are grokking TikTok, as well as: The TikTok trend of creating fake album covers out of random camera roll photos Potential new Twitter features could include super followers, an undo button Shoppable tweets LinkedIn's new freelancer marketplace, Stories for…
 
During episode 339, host David Erickson interviews Steven Clift, e-Democracy pioneer and the leader of GoodCarts. Steven Clift is the CEO of GoodCarts, a network of ethical eCommerce companies that share post-purchase customers by offering discounts to similar shop-for-good stores at checkout. Steven has unparalleled 25+ years of direct experience …
 
Joining us today is Krystal Taing, dialling in from sunny San Diego. Krystal is a Solutions Engineer for Strategic Partnerships at Uberall, a SaaS business that is based in Berlin. Prior to this, she did 6 years at Rio SEO that also was a SaaS-based local SEO solution. In this episode, Krystal shares how she fell into her expertise of local SEO, he…
 
During episode 338, co-hosts BL Ochman & David Erickson discuss Dr. Jill Biden's White House Valentines display, as well as: Stellar Thank You page examples The American Shame Card collection of gun-control advocacy postcards Fact checker bylines The explosive growth of social audio Microsoft's AI voices Lincoln TV Duolingo's singable commercial Su…
 
For the longest time, I thought Craig was an intimidating person. But as you will discover, Craig is a very loveable character and he has a wealth of experience - especially with once running an SEO agency and why he no longer wants to own an agency by himself despite achieving "moderate success". New father, course provider, YouTube and affiliate …
 
In this episode of the GrowthTLDR, we talk to Dennis Kelly, the CEO of Postalytics. Postalytics is making direct mail part of the marketing automation playbook. We talk to Dennis about why his previous company Boingnet pivoted to become Postalytics and how he knew it was time to make that change. We asked Dennis about the common mistakes founders m…
 
During episode 337, host B.L. Ochman interviews Dr. Michael Solomon, author of The New Chameleons: How to Connect with Consumers Who Defy Categorization. He quite literally wrote the book on marketing to consumers. Michael “wrote the book” on understanding consumers. Literally. Hundreds of thousands of business students have learned about marketing…
 
In this episode of the GrowthTLDR, we talk about how the unbundling of platforms like Craigslist, Reddit, and LinkedIn presents opportunities for digital communities to serve the needs of their audience better. We go through the famous example of Craigslist and how its unbundling resulted in a series of billion-dollar startups. We give examples of …
 
During episode 336, co-hosts BL Ochman & David Erickson discuss Amanda Gorman, the first Super Bowl poet laureate and Budweiser's advertising pause, as well as: Twitter's Birdwatch pilot Harnassing TV moments to drive viral awareness New LinkedIn controls An unboxing gun-safety PSA A New Orleans COVID vaccine PSA Google My Business updates TikTok's…
 
In this episode of the GrowthTLDR, we get into how you do customer acquisition and onboarding for companies with horizontal markets. That means their product serves the needs of many customers. Examples of fast-growing products with horizontal markets are the likes of Loom, Calendly, and Miro. We talk about the challenges of building a great onboar…
 
In this episode of the GrowthTLDR, we cover a common question, how do the best companies pick winning markets. We use Strava, the social network for athletes, and ask how they would pick who to build their go-to-market around. We cover how they might access a market's profitability, what market they should build product features for, and how they s…
 
What drives Jason Brown to fight SPAM on the SERPs on a daily basis? Find out (and so much more about him) in this episode of Make SEO Simple Again. You can follow Jason Brown on Twitter (@keyserholiday). If you need help with removing fake reviews, this is Jason's business: Review Fraud.By Daniel K Cheung
 
During episode 335, host David Erickson interviews his co-host B.L. Ochman to kick off the Beyond Social Media Show interview series of episodes. In addition to co-hosting this podcast, B.L. Ochman is a uniquely experienced digital pioneer who has been helping blue chip brands incorporate social media into their marketing strategy since 1996. With …
 
It's the "One Thing" on the GrowthTLDR where the hosts (Kieran Flanagan, Nicholas Holland, and Scott Tousley) cover an idea or observation they feel is worth sharing with the podcast listeners. Each week we scour all of the information we've consumed for the best lessons and bring them to our audience. They get all of the information without needin…
 
Emily Brady popped onto my radar when I tweeted for salary expectations. She DM'd me and through that, I was able to negotiate new responsibilities with my boss. She is a Senior Manager in Local SEO Solutions at Milestones Inc. In this episode, we inevitably chat about local search and I learn how she pursued to become a content writer before falli…
 
In this episode of the GrowthTLDR, we talk to Paul Cowan, the CMO of Freshbooks. By listening to this show, you'll learn: - How to think about building a 12 to 18-month plan as a new CMO of a fast-growth company. - Understand how to test brand messaging by focusing on specific cities - What channels to prioritize for growth - With the cost to acqui…
 
During episode 334, co-hosts BL Ochman & David Erickson discuss how Snapchat is shelling out one million dollars a day to get users to adopt its TikTok clone, Spotlight, as well as: Match.com's match made in hell Barbie's new role as a digital influencer Taco Bell's potato CEO Ben & Jerry's new doggie desserts NFL quarterbacks Aaron Rogers, Patrick…
 
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