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Marketing Mistake 14: Not Speaking Targets’ Language

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Naked Marketing Podcast with Guest, Corey Axelrod Join me in welcoming Corey Axelrod, Founder and CEO of 2axend, a deaf-owned strategic consulting firm to today’s episode of the Naked Marketing podcast where we get honest and raw about marketing regrets. Corey works with a variety of industries, including healthcare, education, manufacturing and more. He helps businesses… continue reading »

Marketing Mistake 13: Not Building List and a List Strategy Aggressively

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Naked Marketing Podcast with Guest, Steve Anderson On today’s episode of the Naked Marketing podcast, I’m joined by Steve Anderson who spent 25 years working in the insurance industry helping insurance agents and brokers with technology. Steve became aware that, “…the biggest mistake businesses make is not taking enough risks,” which led him on a very… continue reading »

Marketing Mistake 12: Saying Yes to Every Coaching Program

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Naked Marketing Podcast with Guest, Paul Moehring Join me in welcoming Paul Moehring a business coach, author and speaker to the Naked Marketing podcast where we talk about honest mistakes people make in marketing. Paul tells us how he started his career in the insurance industry where he discovered that he most enjoyed the coaching aspects… continue reading »

Marketing Mistake 11: Lack of Consistency

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Naked Marketing Podcast with Guest, Aaron Walker Welcome to The Naked Marketing podcast, where we get real about marketing mistakes. Today, I’m joined by Aaron Walker, Life and Business Coach, and President and Founder of View From the Top, Aaron is also an ISI Mastermind and Creator of ‘The Mastermind Playbook’. Aaron currently has 20 Masterminds… continue reading »

Marketing Mistake 10: Gave People What They Said They Wanted

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Naked Marketing Podcast with Guest, Art Bell On today’s episode of the Naked Marketing podcast, I’m joined by Art Bell, a writer with 35 years of cable television experience. Art started his career as an economist and financial analyst and later transitioned to founding the Comedy Central television network for HBO. Hear how he pitched Comedy… continue reading »

Marketing Mistake 9: Waiting for a Pandemic to Change My Marketing

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Naked Marketing Podcast with Guest, Mike McGlothlin I’m joined by Mike McGlothlin, Executive Vice President of Ash Brokerage for this episode of the Naked Marketing podcast where we uncover the biggest marketing mistakes. To start, Mike tells us about his financial services business; who he helps, how he helps them and why his services are so… continue reading »

Marketing Mistake 8: Not Doing Podcasts Sooner

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Naked Marketing Podcast with Guest, Dom Einhorn On today’s episode of the Naked Marketing podcast I’m joined by Dom Einhorn, Founder and CEO of UNIQORN Incubator-Accelerator. Dom lives in France where he’s building the largest rural incubator accelerator in the world, with over 30,000 square feet of office space. Find out how Dom business helps technology… continue reading »

Marketing Mistake 7: Not Doing Due Diligence on Marketing Process

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Naked Marketing Podcast with Guest, Don Markland Join me in welcoming Don Markland, CEO of Accountability Now to this episode of the Naked Marketing podcast where we chat about marketing mistakes. Don, an international business coach who helps businesses with their digital marketing and sales, started his career in the call centre industry. He founded his… continue reading »

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