There are innumerable marketing podcasts on temporary tactics, tricks and hacks, but this is the ONE SHOW that will actually transform you…yes even you…into a marketing master.
You’ll gain these critical skills with your host Michael K. Reynolds on the Global Studio Marketing Podcast.
You’ve climbed the mountain…let’s tell the world.
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In this day and age of hardened, resilient and message deflecting consumers…you need to expect your prospective customers…to not trust you.
In fact, they won’t trust you in the least!
So how can business owners, marketers and sales professionals find success despite these seemingly insurmountable obstacles of trust?
Join Michael as he reveals a key insight into understanding how to win the hearts and minds of prospects.
Years ago, a colleague shared a story with me that has been widely circulated through advertising and marketing agencies.
It’s about dogs and dog food.
And although it’s got a morsel of humor in it, there is a powerful lesson in it as well that underscores a key element of winning in marketing.
Join Michael as he shares this story and explains how the concept it teaches can dramatically influence your business success.
Entrepreneurs and business owners are typically, incredible builders.
This is because they are engineers, inventors or innovators in service provision.
Unfortunately, most struggle in area of building marketing infrastructure, and because of this, their company’s growth is slower and more inefficient than it should be.
Join Michael as he explains the concept of marketing infrastructure and how it can dramatically increase your revenues and brand awareness.
Most amateur entrepreneurs are looking for the big gimmick, the super hack and the insider’s secret to crazy, exponential, 10X growth.
Yet, the truth is real…genuine…reliable…predictable…lasting growth and success, comes from faithfully applying the Lake Principle to your overall strategy.
Join Michael as he explains this essential concept of marketing and how it will accelerate and fortify your business success.
Words matter in marketing. They matter in all of business.
And if you get these words wrong, it could complicate your messaging efforts in exponential ways.
You’ll end up spending much more, to get much less when it comes to your advertising and marketing budgets.
Join Michael, as he shares exactly what are the most powerful words in marketing, and explains how critical it is to get them right.
You have such a great company history. You have so many features in your products and so many benefits to your services.
So, where should you really start with your marketing?
It begins here, with the concept of marketing at 70 miles per hour.
Join Michael as he explains this critical aspect of the Marketing Mindset and why without mastering this essential principle, all of your communication will all amount to merely a blur on the highway.
What exactly is marketing?
If you ask a thousand business people, you’ll get a thousand answers. If you ask a hundred marketers, you’ll get ten thousand answers.
Join Michael as he shares with you the best definition of marketing…ever.
Once you hear it, and it begins to sink into your Marketing Mindset, it will change your entire approach to growing your organization.
Marketing is fluff.
Or so say the engineering type minds of the world.
Do you believe this is so? If so, you are carrying a mindset that will diminish your capabilities as an entrepreneur tremendously.
Join Michael as he explores the myth and truth around the “marketing is fluff” mantra, and reveals a mindset shift that could open brave new doors in your thinking.
Marketing is the winning side of business.
It’s the difference between a wild entrepreneurial success, or a devastating financial flop.
To win at business, you’ve got to think like a marketer. You’ve got to design like a marketer. You’ve got to provide service like a marketer. You’ve got to produce like a marketer.
Join Michael on this launch episode of your journey toward developing the mindset you need to win–and win big–at business.