Brands On Brands On Brands
Summary: Welcome to Brands on Brands on Brands! I'm Brandon Birkmeyer and my goal is to make it easy for anyone to build a brand that matters to today's consumers. Brands that are true to a purpose. Brands that put people first. Brands that build real connections.
"If you want it bad enough, and if you are not afraid of sucking at first, podcasting is for you." This is the messages that stood out in episode #069 with Zachary Babcock. We dive into what mentality you need to be successful at podcasting and the value of investing in your own growth. If you want one-on-one coaching to launch your first podcast, go to www.brandonbrands.com/apply If you want to join the #PODLIFECHALLENGE and get tips to start your podcast yourself, go to www.podlifechallenge.com
After turning his life around fFBabcock launched Underdog Empowerment, a resource for other entrepreneurs looking to build a personal brand and earn passive income. He's also the host of Underdog Empowerment, where he chats with other advertising and marketing professionals about how you can stand out as an entrepreneur. In this episode, Zachary discusses the twists and turns his life had to take to get to where he is now and emphasizes the importance of being vulnerable if you’re going to get ahead.
"Tenacity in sales and marketing is the number one thing that keeps entrepreneurs from achieving their financial and business goals." This is the message that stood out from our conversation in episode #067 with Kelly Roach. We dive into this concept and what actions we can take to be more tenacious in our businesses. www.brandsonbrandsonbrands.com
Kelly Roach is a professional coach known throughout the industry as “The Business Catalyst.” She helps business owners change the game in their fields and generate breakthroughs of over a million dollars. As well, she hosts the Unstoppable Success Radio podcast. In this episode, Kelly discusses the unique arc her career has taken, explains why you need to figure out which of your tasks are productive, and impresses the importance of service in establishing a positive brand reputation.
Talking about the tools out there like Email marketing and CRM that help us grow our business. Specifically, we dive into one big take away from my conversation with Jon Ferrara, founder of Nimble, and the godfather of CRM tools. How do you decide what you are going to say to your customers once you have a great CRM system set up? We dive into how to tackle that question head on leveraging the power of spam. How to use spam as a benchmark to determine best practices. www.brandonbrands.com
Jon Ferrara is the founder of Nimble, the hit customer relationship management (CRM) software company. Jon learned early on that the tools we use to keep track of customer information and records are essential to building strong relationships with the people we sell to and help us stick out from the competition in their minds. In this episode, Jon explains what Nimble brings to the marketplace and describes his encounter with a famous musician that shaped how he thinks about his work.
In this episode, we talk more about the importance of having systems and processes in your business. We also dive into the value of investing in yourself, finding your voice, and building a personal brand. We also talk about the Human Worth Project. We're on a mission to help dreamers realize their ambitions. Through mentorship, resources, education, and tools, we hope to empower people to take their first steps towards building their personal brand. www.BrandsOnBrandsOnBrands.com
This week, we have more systems, more processes, and more tools for podcasters to use to grow their audience and the business behind their podcast. Today we talk about how you can start figuring out how to leverage tools and systems to build awesome content that you can offer to your customers in exchange for their contact information. You need their contact information and you get that by providing some sort of value upfront. Download the step-by-step guide at: www.brandonbrands.com/podguide
Brooke Sellas is the founder and CEO of digital marketing agency B Squared Media. If you find you’re running into a brick wall with your company’s social media or advertising strategy, B Squared is happy to take the wheel with their team of experts. In this episode, Brooke discusses the marketing systems she and her team uses to help their clients, as well as how to carve out your niche on the web.
Five years ago was the best time to start a podcast. The next best time is now. Rocket your reputation, your network, your authority, your experience, your confidence, your community, and your leads all with podcasting. Today I'm excited to talk about what's been going on with my podcast, how I plan to help other's get their podcast started, and my goal to save people time on production and editing so that they can focus on promoting their show and growing their list. www.brandsonbrandsonbrands.com
In this episode, we talk about how to create a personal brand that supports your business, builds credibility, and generates leads. We dive into the specifics on creating content and building out your brand platform, and discuss the differences between social media and ownable media channels. Join the Brand Growth Community on Facebook. Go to www.brandonbrands.com/fb to find the group. If you want to get started today, you can download Your Personal Branding Toolkit at www.brandonbrands.com/blogkit
Brittany Krystle is an expert in growing your personal brand. Between her courses and one-on-one coaching, she helps her clients develop an idiosyncratic brand that not only stands out from the rest but will draw the right kind of audience. On the side, Brittany chats with other major branders on her Beyond Influential Podcast. In this episode, Brittany explains how you can draw in the exact kind of crowd you need, compares the two key components of clarity, and discusses her own personal branding heroes.
Have you found your niche? Today we discuss how you can leverage your community to discover what products you should build and how to niche down. We cover the balance between creating a niche product vs creating a niche brand. And how to keep your branding and content broader, while providing solutions to your community that solve problems at a more niche level. Download the Personal Branding Toolkit at www.brandonbrands.com/blogkit Join the Brand Growth Community, at www.brandonbrands.com/fb
Creating content is hard! Creating content that moves your business forward is even harder, but it can be done! In this episode of Brands On Brands On Brands, we discuss four steps to create killer content that converts. The four steps we dive into on the show are: 1. Choosing the right content formats 2. Creating consistency 3. Content plan creation 4. Setting goals for your content This month I'm teaching how to create content that drives leads live on Facebook at www.brandonbrands.com/fb
Brian Fanzo of iSocialFanz is a social media marketing expert, keynote speaker and podcast host who travels across the United States, urging people to embrace social media. Brian believes that you don’t need to be an expert or thought leader to succeed online. In this episode, Brian reveals what opened his eyes to video’s potential, explains why he stresses authenticity in every avenue of your work, and discusses why we can’t just blame technology for the world’s problems.