013 - Cultivating Creative Culture — with Keir McLaren
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Chris and his former business coach Keir discuss the keys to cultivating a creative culture at work.

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The Digital Marketing Podcast
The Digital Marketing Podcast
Ciaran Rogers and Daniel Rowles
Accelerate your projects with Triple R
Ciaran talks to Karl Blanks, Co-founder of Conversion Rate Experts and co-author of bestselling CRO book ‘Making Websites Win.’ Karl shares with us their latest big idea, 'The Triple R Technique,' and walks us through how to use it. What Is The Triple R Technique? ‘You can progress much faster if you increase the rate at which you explore avenues and abandon the dead ends.’ Karl shares a simple but incredibly powerful process developed at Conversion Rate Experts to do precisely that. Triple R is a simple, agile and dynamic process and will help you avoid obvious pitfalls. It guides you to find the best way to reduce the risks of your projects failing. Karl shares with us a wealth of smart insights into working more efficiently as a team. Are you protecting everyone in your team from making the same mistakes? Are you syncing with reality as frequently as possible? Is there someone who has tackled something similar that you can learn from? Do you collate all your ideas for a project and rank them on ease of implementation and likelihood to double results? Are you breaking your project down into 'ROI Positive Bitesized Chunks?' We also explore how playbooks can be a great way of boosting the popularity of Standard operating procedures. See an example of this for Webinars [] Learn about Mary's Meals, a fantastic charity, supported by the team at Conversion Rate Experts. Mary’s Meals provides life-changing meals to some of the world's poorest children every day they attend school. Useful Links and get a free copy of their book.
33 min
UI Breakfast: UI/UX Design and Product Strategy
UI Breakfast: UI/UX Design and Product Strategy
Jane Portman
Episode 207: Scheduling & Calendar Design with Derrick Reimer
What makes a successful scheduling app? We may never know the exact answer, but we can learn from some of the best. Our guest today is Derrick Reimer, founder of SavvyCal. He shares the story behind his new product, calendar design tips, customer success insights, tool recommendations, and much more. _Podcast feed:_ subscribe to https://feeds.simplecast.com/4MvgQ73R in your favorite podcast app, and follow us on iTunes, Stitcher, or Google Podcasts.Show Notes * SavvyCal — Derrick’s product we’re talking about * Episode 150: Understanding Product-Market Fit with Derrick Reimer * Drip, Level, StaticKit — Derrick’s previous products * Calendly — a popular scheduling tool * The UI Audit: Interview with Tope Awotona of Calendly * Episode 64: Making Freemium Work with Bridget Harris * Episode 183: Customer Success with Anna Jacobson * FullCalendar —a Javascript event library * Userlist — Jane’s product * Sunrise, Sunsama — popular calendar-based products * Linear, Twitter, Stripe, Tailwind UI — examples of design that inspire Derrick * Episode 154: Refactoring UI with Adam Wathan and Steve Schoger * Corey Haines — helps Derrick with Marketing * SavvyCal on Product Hunt * Follow Derrick on Twitter * Get 25% off your first year of SavvyCal using promocode UIBREAKFASTToday’s Sponsor This episode is brought to you by Userlist — a lifecycle messaging tool for SaaS companies. It’s perfect for sending smart onboarding campaigns, or any other behavior-based communication. We have everything you need to get started quickly and painlessly: developer-friendly API, campaign templates, and hands-on support from the founders. Try Userlist free at userlist.com. _Interested in sponsoring an episode?_ Learn more here.Leave a Review Reviews are hugely important because they help new people discover this podcast. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave a review on iTunes. Here’s how.
38 min
Marketing Trends
Marketing Trends
Using Partnerships Opportunities to Drive Brand Awareness and ROI with LendingTree’s SVP of Marketing, Cornell McGee
If you’ve ever flipped on an NBA game in the last few years, you’ve probably noticed one small little detail embroidered on the left shoulder of your favorite NBA superstar. A logo. Sponsorship opportunities are plentiful in professional sports, and the relationship between a team and the community in which it plays is a critical aspect to take into account when it comes to their jersey patches and what brand gets that prime real estate. The Orlando Magic partner with Disney, the Milwaukee Bucks stay true to their roots and have a relationship with Harley Davidson. For the Charlotte Hornets, which are owned and operated by basketball’s biggest star, Michael Jordan, the partnership it has with LendingTree is rooted in the brand’s history in the community. _“Sponsorships are more of an investment in the greater good of the community and the long-term relationship with your consumers…._ _You make the investment with the understanding that you're going to get unaided awareness and aided awareness. Aided awareness is seeing the logo on your chest. You see the benefit and aided awareness from that logo being on their chest, and when they're on television. When you see those jerseys in there, it's spread across the country. The unaided awareness, that's a bit slower. And we've just determined that the value of those points over time, coupled with the things that we're going to do offline is where the value lies.”_ Cornell McGee is the Senior Vice President of Marketing for LendingTree, an online loan marketplace based in Charlotte, North Carolina. On this episode of Marketing Trends, Cornell opens up about the company's long-standing relationship with the Charlotte Hornets and the value that brings to the brand and its customers. Plus, he explains how marketers need to be thinking about partnerships more generally, and how every marketer can deliver high-value content to their consumers. Main Takeaways * Air Jordan: Some partnerships are meant to simply drive brand awareness, while others serve multiple purposes. When thinking about partnerships, make sure you are investing with the understanding that you are going to get both unaided and aided awareness from your partnerships. Your aided awareness will consist of your visibility and you will see immediate benefits. Your unaided awareness will build at a slower pace but will help over a longer period of time. * Are We Exclusive: The lifetime value of any particular customer should be a fundamental baseline to your customer success strategy. Once you think about their long-term journey, you move past simply reaching a customer at the point-of-sale, and you create a more long-term problem-solving relationship with them. * Just Give the People What They Want: It’s a simple notion, but can never be overstated: Feed your customers the content that they crave. Make sure you are constantly listening and understanding what their needs are and then act appropriately. Don’t act based on your own intelligence or desires. Produce your content based on what the consumer is asking for in order to meet their needs, delight, and serve them. --- Marketing Trends podcast is brought to you by Salesforce. Discover marketing built on the world’s number one CRM: Salesforce. Put your customer at the center of every interaction. Automate engagement with each customer. And build your marketing strategy around the entire customer journey. Salesforce. We bring marketing and engagement together. Learn more at salesforce.com/marketing. To learn more or subscribe to our weekly newsletter, visit MarketingTrends.com.
48 min
The Science of Social Media
The Science of Social Media
How to Build an Audience on Twitter (with Matthew Kobach)
Welcome to episode 200 of The Science of Social Media! Thanks to each and every one of you for tuning in to the show and joining us on this journey. Today we're focusing on how you can build an audience on Twitter.  Twitter has over 321 million monthly active users, and it’s the perfect platform to build an audience — either for your personal brand or on behalf of your company. But how do you actually get people to follow your account, and engage with the content you share? To dig into all-things Twitter growth, we're joined by Matthew Kobach. Since early 2019, Matthew has built an audience of over 85,000 followers on his personal Twitter account and in just a couple of months, he's helped grow Fast's Twitter following to over 20,000.  I hope you enjoy the episode! And if you do, we'd really appreciate a review and five stars on Apple Podcasts (or wherever you listen to the show). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ - Dave About the Show: Each week in Science of Social Media the Buffer team answer your questions and explore marketing strategies and tactics to help you grow your business through social media and build a brand your customers love. Join our 25,000+ weekly listeners. The Science of Social Media is proudly made by the Buffer team. Feel free to get in touch with us for any thoughts, ideas, or feedback. We'd love for you to check out the detailed show notes at www.buffer.com/podcast Check us out on Instagram - www.instagram.com/buffer Check us out on Facebook - www.facebook.com/bufferapp Check us out on Twitter - www.twitter.com/buffer
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