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The Easy Marketing Guide with Julie Niehoff

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The Easy Marketing Guide with Julie Niehoff

The Easy Marketing Guide with Julie Niehoff

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Celebrated Marketing Coach, Author & Speaker Julie Niehoff hosts this funny, irreverent, HELPFUL show with inspirational success stories, influencer interviews, helpful tips and strategies and all the latest on new technology – but in terms anyone can understand. The companion website provides free downloads with every episode. This is an uplifting, empowering program for anyone managing marketing, operations, outreach, volunteer and board recruiting, customer engagement, sales, pr, event marketing, blogging, email, social media and more. #YouCanDoThis

Latest Episodes

107 - Living the Dream: Life as a Freelancer in the Gig Economy

This episode is all about life as a freelancer. We’re talking to two great leaders living the dream, feet on the ground. First up, Emily Leach, founder of the Texas Freelance Association, The Freelance Conference and IgniteFreelance and then we’ll talk with acclaimed camera operator PK Munson about life in the film industry, managing work on location and family at home. Both of these leaders are making it all work in their own way. Inspirational and Motivating. Have a listen!#YouCanDoThis #EarnYourLuck

39 MIN2017 JUL 11
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107 - Living the Dream: Life as a Freelancer in the Gig Economy

106 - Leadership & Local Business: What's The Real Impact

Two inspiring interviews on this new episode! First up, Koy McDermott, host of top rated podcast Leaders in Leadership, a great and uplifting show for millennials. We talk about growth strategy, readiness and revenue streams. Next up, Rebecca Melancon, Executive Director of the Austin Independent Business Alliance shares so much great info on the real impact of local business on an economy. The true value of supporting your local businesses and what it means for your own community. We also talk the ups and downs of running a business and get some inspiration for jumping in feet first, all in. #YouCanDoThis #EarnYourLuck

29 MIN2017 JUL 11
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106 - Leadership & Local Business: What's The Real Impact

105 - Start Ups, Social Good & Staff Action

Two great interviews and so many quotable moments – we are talking startups and social good with Ruben Cantu and sustainable growth hacks with Bob Shaver. The big takeaway – real growth can happen when your people start to feel empowered and inspired. We start with Ruben who shares some of the innovative ways that many new businesses arefocusing on more than just profits but also their impact on employee relations, communities they live in and the planet we all live on. We alsohave a discussion with Bob Shaver, a senior exec with significant experience ingrowth strategy and operations. Bob helped to grow some of the most established companies in the world, in their early days– when they were the start ups. His role has always been to build out process, facilities and staff for continued growthand sustainability. We’ll talk people, management toolsand The Doctrine of Completed Staff Action (links below). Bob is also a mentor with SCORE – Service Core of Retired Executives – we discuss that organization and their free assistance for small companies across the country.

37 MIN2017 JUL 11
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105 - Start Ups, Social Good & Staff Action

104 - Naughty Little Secrets of Becoming A Best Seller

Sex sells. We know this. Why else would we title this episode with something so tawdry as “naughty little secrets”? But now that we have your attention, this episode is not about sex. (sorry) It’s about launching and marketing a book. Our special guest in the studio this time is best selling romance novelist Britney King. And yes, she writes some steamy stuff. But you don’t have to dabble in the naughty bits to get something out of this show. Britney has only been publishing novels for three years, but she is already on many best seller lists. In fact, she is listed on iBooks as one of the most anticipated romance novels coming out this fall! She has “reps” at all the major eBook outlets. Not by hiring them, but because she sells enough books to get their attention. We wanted to know how she did it. Her writing is excellent. But so is the writing of many other authors out there. What makes Britney so successful in terms of marketing and sales? Listen to the show! Britney really pulled back the proverbial kimonoand sharedunexpected andhelpfultips. Whether you have already written a book, are writing one right now or think maybe you will in the future – my interview with Britney King is sure to help you come out of the gate stronger than you might have without listening.

30 MIN2017 JUL 11
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104 - Naughty Little Secrets of Becoming A Best Seller

103 - The Fear & Loathing of Yelp

Many small businesses suffer a love/hate relationship with Yelp. We know this. In this episode, we’ll go on a journey with our buddy Tom Sesny in another installment of “Tom Sez” – he’ll tell us about his ups and downs with the popular review site. And then we have a featured interviewwith Austin's beloved Kelly Stocker, marketer, blogger, on-air personality at KGSR in Austin and most importantly for this episode, former Yelp community manager. AKA “Yelp insider”. Kelly helps us navigate the inner workings at Yelp HQ, reveals tips and tricks for making your Yelp experience better as a business owners and tells us about free tools for any business owner to help grow their own reach.

27 MIN2017 JUL 11
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103 - The Fear & Loathing of Yelp

102 - Small Wins: Becoming Your Own Boss & Growing Your Business As An Artist

We're celebrating “Small Wins” with a great success story.Interview with Erin Harris of Harris Handcrafted about his recent jump from having a full time job to working full time for himself. He explains how he has grown the business quickly by setting up an Etsy shop and shares his secrets of getting found. We also have our first installment of “Tom Sez” – arecurring segment on the show, talking to our friend Tom Sesny about life, business, technology — Tom is living proof that you don’t have to love social media or embrace our selfie culture to be a successful entrepreneur.

24 MIN2017 JUL 11
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102 - Small Wins: Becoming Your Own Boss & Growing Your Business As An Artist

101 - Hello World

Our premiereepisode opens with Julie's first moments on a microphone at the age of 2. We go over a simple 3-step definition of marketing - what it is and what it isn't, and we talk with Lani Rosales, Editor in Chiefof The American Genius about how to get media attention on a budget, she gives us the Do and Don't list for press releases - we also discuss the Pokemon Go craze and even a little Pokemon tourism. It's our first shot out of the gate, give it a listen.

27 MIN2017 JUL 11
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101 - Hello World
the END

Latest Episodes

107 - Living the Dream: Life as a Freelancer in the Gig Economy

This episode is all about life as a freelancer. We’re talking to two great leaders living the dream, feet on the ground. First up, Emily Leach, founder of the Texas Freelance Association, The Freelance Conference and IgniteFreelance and then we’ll talk with acclaimed camera operator PK Munson about life in the film industry, managing work on location and family at home. Both of these leaders are making it all work in their own way. Inspirational and Motivating. Have a listen!#YouCanDoThis #EarnYourLuck

39 MIN2017 JUL 11
Comments
107 - Living the Dream: Life as a Freelancer in the Gig Economy

106 - Leadership & Local Business: What's The Real Impact

Two inspiring interviews on this new episode! First up, Koy McDermott, host of top rated podcast Leaders in Leadership, a great and uplifting show for millennials. We talk about growth strategy, readiness and revenue streams. Next up, Rebecca Melancon, Executive Director of the Austin Independent Business Alliance shares so much great info on the real impact of local business on an economy. The true value of supporting your local businesses and what it means for your own community. We also talk the ups and downs of running a business and get some inspiration for jumping in feet first, all in. #YouCanDoThis #EarnYourLuck

29 MIN2017 JUL 11
Comments
106 - Leadership & Local Business: What's The Real Impact

105 - Start Ups, Social Good & Staff Action

Two great interviews and so many quotable moments – we are talking startups and social good with Ruben Cantu and sustainable growth hacks with Bob Shaver. The big takeaway – real growth can happen when your people start to feel empowered and inspired. We start with Ruben who shares some of the innovative ways that many new businesses arefocusing on more than just profits but also their impact on employee relations, communities they live in and the planet we all live on. We alsohave a discussion with Bob Shaver, a senior exec with significant experience ingrowth strategy and operations. Bob helped to grow some of the most established companies in the world, in their early days– when they were the start ups. His role has always been to build out process, facilities and staff for continued growthand sustainability. We’ll talk people, management toolsand The Doctrine of Completed Staff Action (links below). Bob is also a mentor with SCORE – Service Core of Retired Executives – we discuss that organization and their free assistance for small companies across the country.

37 MIN2017 JUL 11
Comments
105 - Start Ups, Social Good & Staff Action

104 - Naughty Little Secrets of Becoming A Best Seller

Sex sells. We know this. Why else would we title this episode with something so tawdry as “naughty little secrets”? But now that we have your attention, this episode is not about sex. (sorry) It’s about launching and marketing a book. Our special guest in the studio this time is best selling romance novelist Britney King. And yes, she writes some steamy stuff. But you don’t have to dabble in the naughty bits to get something out of this show. Britney has only been publishing novels for three years, but she is already on many best seller lists. In fact, she is listed on iBooks as one of the most anticipated romance novels coming out this fall! She has “reps” at all the major eBook outlets. Not by hiring them, but because she sells enough books to get their attention. We wanted to know how she did it. Her writing is excellent. But so is the writing of many other authors out there. What makes Britney so successful in terms of marketing and sales? Listen to the show! Britney really pulled back the proverbial kimonoand sharedunexpected andhelpfultips. Whether you have already written a book, are writing one right now or think maybe you will in the future – my interview with Britney King is sure to help you come out of the gate stronger than you might have without listening.

30 MIN2017 JUL 11
Comments
104 - Naughty Little Secrets of Becoming A Best Seller

103 - The Fear & Loathing of Yelp

Many small businesses suffer a love/hate relationship with Yelp. We know this. In this episode, we’ll go on a journey with our buddy Tom Sesny in another installment of “Tom Sez” – he’ll tell us about his ups and downs with the popular review site. And then we have a featured interviewwith Austin's beloved Kelly Stocker, marketer, blogger, on-air personality at KGSR in Austin and most importantly for this episode, former Yelp community manager. AKA “Yelp insider”. Kelly helps us navigate the inner workings at Yelp HQ, reveals tips and tricks for making your Yelp experience better as a business owners and tells us about free tools for any business owner to help grow their own reach.

27 MIN2017 JUL 11
Comments
103 - The Fear & Loathing of Yelp

102 - Small Wins: Becoming Your Own Boss & Growing Your Business As An Artist

We're celebrating “Small Wins” with a great success story.Interview with Erin Harris of Harris Handcrafted about his recent jump from having a full time job to working full time for himself. He explains how he has grown the business quickly by setting up an Etsy shop and shares his secrets of getting found. We also have our first installment of “Tom Sez” – arecurring segment on the show, talking to our friend Tom Sesny about life, business, technology — Tom is living proof that you don’t have to love social media or embrace our selfie culture to be a successful entrepreneur.

24 MIN2017 JUL 11
Comments
102 - Small Wins: Becoming Your Own Boss & Growing Your Business As An Artist

101 - Hello World

Our premiereepisode opens with Julie's first moments on a microphone at the age of 2. We go over a simple 3-step definition of marketing - what it is and what it isn't, and we talk with Lani Rosales, Editor in Chiefof The American Genius about how to get media attention on a budget, she gives us the Do and Don't list for press releases - we also discuss the Pokemon Go craze and even a little Pokemon tourism. It's our first shot out of the gate, give it a listen.

27 MIN2017 JUL 11
Comments
101 - Hello World
the END
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