In this episode Mark Penney from Meppy talks about email deliverability, sharing insights into how you can improve the chances of your email marketing campaigns hitting the inbox of your intended recipients.
Mark Penney loves marketing automation and is your go to person for all things tech related. Founder of Meppy, he works with small businesses to help them grow, scale and have their sales machine running while they sleep. Mark has spent his fair share of time working with the likes of Microsoft and Optus, but his true passion and sole focus is helping entrepreneurs and small business owners integrate high level automated business and marketing systems, that were once only available to big business with a big budget.
Mark has one of those minds we all envy, with an ability to process and systemise entire email marketing campaigns with one hand tied behind his back. He thrives on a challenge, and loves to find simple ways to do smart things.
In this episode Loren Bartley from Impactiv8 talks about Facebook Advertising, sharing insights into how to create Facebook Ads that convert.
Loren Bartley from Impactiv8 is a proud #BusinessAddict!
Loren is a social media strategist, speaker, trainer, podcaster, blogger, early adopter, self-confessed geek, on-and-off again fitness addict and mother of three.
Through her training, Loren empowers you to grow your business using social media in conjunction with lifecycle marketing automation.
Her products and services include online training programs, presentations, workshops and one-on-one coaching. She also has a team that provides social media implementation services for businesses.
Loren is the creator of the Social Media Success and FB Business Success NOW! online training programs.
Regardless of the product or service provided, Loren provide the perfect balance between strategy, “how-to” and best practice, ensuring that all her clients have all the tools necessary to develop and maintain an effective social media presence.
In this episode Ronsley Vaz talks about podcasting, sharing insights into the benefits of podcasting for businesses, as well as tips for either creating a podcast or being a guest on other people’s podcasts.
Ronsley is an entrepreneur specialising in creating businesses that connect people and ideas in new and innovative ways. He is the host of Australia’s #1 Food & Entrepreneurship podcast – Bond Appetit, that focuses on uniting entrepreneurs through food. Bond Appetit has been listened and downloaded over 1.8 million times.
Ronsley has a Masters’ degree in Software Engineering and an MBA in psychology and leadership. He is a software technical expert, a personal chef, and a serial idea creator.
Most recently, one of his ideas was to create We Are Podcast, the first ever podcasting conference in the southern hemisphere, which he brought to fruition back in October 2015 and in the process of doing this, Ronsley has really positioned himself as a leading expert in the podcasting space in Australia and has since created another podcast called “Should I Start A Podcast”.
In this episode Phyllis Khare talks about living a calendar based life, sharing advice on how you can use simple free tools like Google Calendars to better manage your life.
Phyllis Khare is the author of two books on social media marketing: Social Media Marketing eLearning Kit for Dummies and co-author of Facebook Marketing All-In-One for Dummies, 1st and 2nd Editions.
Phyllis has contributed has written for Social Media Examiner, Marketing Profs, several social media marketing magazines. She also regularly presents for Social Media Examiner as part of their online training events.
Phyllis is the co-founder of Social Media Manager School – with Andrea Vahl. They currently have over 1000 students in their membership school from all over the world.
Phyllis is also the Founder of TimeBliss.ME — time management for busy entrepreneurs. And amongst many other amazing achievements, Phyllis was also Loren’s roomie at Social Media Marketing World 2015.
In this episode we chat with Jeff Goldenberg, co-author of The Growth Hackers Guide to the Galaxy, about growth hacking as a business growth strategy.
Jeff Goldenberg has been a serial entrepreneur for the past 15 years. He is digital marketer and growth consultant, focusing on startup marketing growth and business development.
He is currently the Head of Growth for Borrowell, a Canadian marketplace lending platform.
Formerly, Jeff founded Top Chef University, an online, mobile and DVD cooking school based on the Emmy Award winning show Top Chef.
He has also founded many brand extensions in the poker world, including with the World Series of Poker and Poker Stars.
Jeff is an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at MaRS as well as a Mentor at both Google Next and LeanArts accelerators.
Jeff has partnered with Mark Hayes from Rocketshp to create “The Growth Hackers Guide To The Galaxy” which we will no doubt talk more about on the show.
In this episode Dan Norris shares his experiences of the benefits of building a content machine, outlining how he turned his business into a content machine to build a 7-figure business with zero advertising.
Dan Norris is a serial entrepreneur, award winning content marketer, international speaker and the author of the top 10 Amazon bestselling Small Business book The 7 Day Startup and Content Machine.
In June 2013 after failing at entrepreneurship for 7 years, he founded wpcurve.com, a worldwide team of WordPress developers, providing unlimited small fixes and support, 24/7 for a low monthly fee. After becoming profitable in 23 days, WP Curve grew to a team of 40, servicing thousands of customers and passed an annual run rate of over $1m AUD using Content Marketing alone.
Dan’s second book, Content Machine documents how to create a 7 figure content strategy and scale it with automation, delegation and a content team.
The 7 Day Startup which became a top 10 bestseller in 3 Amazon categories has been translated into 5 languages and inspired thousands of entrepreneurs around the world to launch their business.