Archive | Small Business Marketing Minute Podcast Episodes

Matt Sharp Explains How Causely Helps Businesses Generate Social Media Referrals While Giving Back

Matt Sharp is the co-founder and president of Causely, a tool that helps local brick-and-mortar businesses generate social media referrals while at the same time supporting some really great non-profit organizations.  He recently was my guest on the Small Business Marketing Minute podcast to explain how the tool works and what benefits businesses get from […]

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How to Make a Professional Video with a Webcam and USB Microphone

If you own a local business, you probably know that you should be producing video content to help promote your business online.  Despite the fact that you know this, you probably aren’t doing it, because you’re intimidated by the thought of trying to make a video that represents your business in a professional manner. You […]

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Scott Scanlon Discusses How to Curate Content to Grow Your Audience

If you’re a local small business owner that knows content marketing is important but you just don’t have the time to create your own content (or the money to pay someone else to do it), then Scott Scanlon has just the solution for you.  Scott is the founder and owner of Curation Suite, a tool […]

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Five Simple Marketing Ideas for 2017

If you want to grow your business in 2017 but don’t have a lot of money or time to spend on marketing, you’re in luck.  In my most recent episode of the Small Business Marketing Minute podcast, I give you five simple, affordable, and practical marketing ideas that will actually move the needle for you. […]

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Leigh Martinuzzi Discusses How Local Business Owners Can Use Virtual Assistants

My guest for Episode 197 of the Small Business Marketing Minute podcast was Leigh Martinuzzi, the author of a book called Your Virtual Freedom that is coming out in January 2017.  In my interview with Leigh, we discussed some of the many tasks that local business owners can outsource to virtual assistants, and why they […]

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Tom Corson-Knowles Discusses How to Grow Your Business by Writing Books

My most recent guest on the Small Business Marketing Minute podcast was Tom Corson-Knowles, the founder of TCK Publishing and ebookpublishingschool.com.  One of the things he specializes in is helping business owners write and publish books so that they can position themselves as a trusted authority in their niche. As you know if you’re been […]

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Jim Palmer Discusses Decision-Making Skills for Entrepreneurs

Small business owners make important decisions just about every day, and in many cases those decisions have important ramifications for the future of their business and even their life.  Sometimes the pressure of making so many important decisions can be paralyzing and frightening. In his new book Decide, Jim Palmer, a successful business coach and […]

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Phil Singleton Discusses SEO for Growth

For local business owners, there probably isn’t any marketing subject that is more confusing and misunderstood than search engine optimization.  In fact, there is so much confusion about this subject that there are many less-than-reputable companies and even outright scammers that are taking advantage of the confusion to sell “SEO services” to local businesses that […]

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LinkedIn Tips from Liam Austin

It’s always been surprising to me how few local business owners are on LinkedIn.  With the exception of  salespeople, financial professionals, legal professionals, and medical professionals, in most cases local business owners either don’t have a LinkedIn profile at all, or are barely doing anything with it. Perhaps this is because they perceive LinkedIn as […]

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