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Cam Newton arrives in New England and says he is tired of being humble

Around the NFL

01:22 min | 1 d ago

Cam Newton arrives in New England and says he is tired of being humble

"Cam Newton had a quote. This last weekend. Where he he expressed. that. No longer time to be humble I'm tired of being humble, because if you're humble. They're just GONNA. If you're humble and you're staying quiet, they're just gonNa dog you like. They been anyways Ricky as someone who? Probably doesn't get called humble too often and a patriots fan. What was your reaction here? Let me just process that you have to throw a day. Gap Me before I get. On, an might be mom, I think great instagram game. You know big personality flashy like. This this is you. Guys are some Paddock Oh. Yeah I I've been called humble a lot. F Why but you know I think that he has sort of like as much as I I do dislike him a little bit from some some pass previous stuff. I do think that like he was completely. Ripped around this this off season, and and I think he deserves to be able to say. Hey, look, I'm fricking. Cam Newton like it's I'm not gonNA just sit back and just be grateful that all of a sudden a team wants me like he's going to turn that into into something. Good and I and I hope he goes out there and kicks ass for the Patriots. Yeah I do Greg.

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New UFC 251 main event is now official: Kamaru Usman vs. Jorge Masvidal

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

00:21 sec | 1 d ago

New UFC 251 main event is now official: Kamaru Usman vs. Jorge Masvidal

"Well. It's official. UFC Two fifty one has a new main event after clearing many logistical hurdles over the weekend for Mazda will step in in less than a week's notice to face welterweight champion tomorrow's men both headliners. We'll be flying on separate private flies to. Beat today we'll face off Saturday night from fight island

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Police Body Cam Footage Is Being Used For Surveillance, Activists Say

Morning Edition

03:10 min | 1 d ago

Police Body Cam Footage Is Being Used For Surveillance, Activists Say

"So there are big differences in the police reform bills that Republicans and Democrats are pushing in Congress. One thing they do share in common is more money for local police departments that promised to use body worn cameras. But some activists say that police departments are inappropriately using these cameras for surveillance rather than accountability purposes. Member station. Cage's easy in Phoenix. Heather van Block, Lind reports. Cleveland Ali is an advocate for indigenous sacred sites and a self described anarchist and peaceful protester. But police and Flagstaff didn't agree at an event a couple of years ago into 1018 the same day that the city of Flagstaff formally announced there Indigenous Peoples Day celebration, which actually has been contentious for years. Myself on DH. 40 people rallied in downtown Flagstaff. The rally lasted a few hours, with protesters marching through downtown, holding signs and chanting. Police walked alongside keeping roadways clear for traffic. Everybody went home. There were no arrests until three weeks after the event when police brought in Manali in about 10 others on charges of obstructing the public thoroughfare. Based on footage from body camps. Sonali says police actions against his group are not about public safety, but politically motivated. We're fighting on the grounds that this is an act of state repression, basically that you know they're trying to chill descent. Undermined ascent and criminalize it. Dave Moss with the Electronic Frontier Foundation says. Police warned body cams have turned law enforcement into a surveillance network. Police departments are making decisions about surveillance technology at parties and hotel rooms in closed door meetings with salespeople with marketers from tech companies who are trying to tell them about all the miracles of the technology, but not telling them about any of the risks. And we need a process where the public is engaged, elected representative. They're engaged and it's not just a sales situation. He says. Police should not record footage during First Amendment activities like journalists at work or during a religious practice or any and all protests. Ultimately, if we're trying to address police accountability if we're trying to address racism, Layering on surveillance is not going to help that. It's going to exacerbate it. But when Seattle police said they turned off their body cams during so called First Amendment events, protesters there accused them of trying to hide evidence of excessive force or abuse. It's not a new debate. Concerns about how Bodycam footage can and should be used are as old as the cameras themselves. Some police say surveillance cuts both ways. Officers can have bodycam footage is used as evidence against them, and just like video can lead to officers being arrested or dismissed for bad behavior. It can also exonerate them. Right now. Policies on body camera use very widely. There's no federal standard bills from both parties currently before Congress can't mandate, local police departments use body cameras. But only say they must if they use new federal funds to buy the

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‘The Outpost’: A War Film Remembers the Fallen

Pat Thurston

06:14 min | 4 d ago

‘The Outpost’: A War Film Remembers the Fallen

"There's a lot of talk about this film That's based on a book that was written by Jake Tapper called the Outpost and the Holy Moly. I mean, for those of us looking for a molecular altering war drama in this age of sheltering in place. Isn't this movie The outpost? It's an Afghanistan war drama film directed by the always reliable and former film critic Rod Laurie. And, as you said, Based on the 2012 nonfiction book, The Outpost and Untold Story of American Valor by Jake Tapper. And It's about the Battle of Cam Desh, which I knew nothing about which happened in 2009 in northern Afghanistan when 300 Taliban attacked the American outpost, Keating Which was built in a remote valley that was completely surrounded by the Hindu Kush mountains. And this was one of several outposts that the I learned this from watching. The movie is one of several outposts of the US Army established in 2006 in northern Afghanistan, whose purpose was to connect with the locals and stop the flow of weapons and Taliban fighters from Pakistan. So, but this outpost was literally at low ground. It was surrounded by mountains, so in a way the American soldiers who were stationed there We're sitting ducks for the Taliban. In fact, as the movie says, in the beginning of one analyst maintains that this particular outpost must might just as well have been called Camp Custer because everyone at the outpost was probably going to die. So at least you the viewer right from the get go because they Tell you a lot of this. In the beginning, you know the kind of war story you're going to be in for and what's going to follow, and this movie was anti war and anti war movies. They come very powerful, very visceral, very intense. And in one sense, it's nothing we haven't seen before. When I was watching it. I thought of movies like Paths of Glory in all quiet on the western Front of Gallipoli. But that doesn't take away from the fact that from the You know this story and the power and the intensity of what is an extremely well crafted and well acted movie. In a way it's torturing us having to sit through. This is kind of like Black Hawk down. It kind of reminded me of that, too, because you know, it ain't going to turn out well for these soldiers. There's a slow burning build up and the seeds are slowly sewn to a build up of what amounts to a 45 on screen. Massacre, but it's awfully good. I mean this movie if you have the stomach for it, and it brings, you know brings with it. A message seems to have to repeat it constantly and books and in movies and in history books you know before humanity decides it wants nothing more to do with wars and alternative. The conflict. It's It's a powerful anti war statement that says war is Hell. War's pointless wars. Ridiculous and you know, but we seem to Be constantly involved in them. And anyway, the movie was scheduled to premiere at the South by Southwest Film Festival this year, but it was canceled because of the cove it on 19 pandemic, But it's going to be released via video undermanned beginning today. So happy for the July everybody, holy cows. We put you through the wringer. You know, it's funny to remember you were you were talking earlier We were talking What? We have been talking about this about missing the big screen experience. Yes, yes and When this When this length came to review, there was a letter attached to it. I'm sure everybody got this all the critics, but I just wanted to read because the cracks because, Hey, hey, this is Rob Laurie, the director of the outpost. I am excited. You're going to be one of the first people to see our film, on the other hand is, I am sure doesn't surprise you. It's a bit of a bummer that I am unable to show this to you. The way was originally intended on the big ass screen with the full visual scope and sound every inch of this film was designed to make it a fully immersive experience. Dance boy Waas mean I even on the small screen. It was particularly the battle, which takes up the second half of the film. So from the person who made this film to a fellow film lover, I would ask you to please try and replicate the theater experience as much as possible. And by that, I mean that you watched the movie and a single uninterrupted way and on the largest possible screen with the best multi channel sound system you have available. Please take care to watch it in a darkened room with appropriate minimal theater lighting is there are a few nights Seems that may get lost otherwise, and on a technical note, I would kindly ask that you make sure the streaming player is set to stream at 11080 p or better this will ensure the best possible picture within the limitations of the player. In other words, please if you can know, watching it on your iPhone or your laptop that Zai anyway, I just thought that was it was a hoot. That's really funny, but I get it. I mean, I understand why he wants you to watch it in the best quality that you possibly can. Absolutely and Well, I did watch it on a computer. It was a big computer screen. But I'm telling you, I can't imagine seeing this on the big screen. I mean, you'd never be the same under really You'd have to be literally carried out. It's that powerful a movie. I really recommend it. But just with the caveat that you know it's a tough watch. But it it really takes you into this hopeless battle. Um, And there's a little bit of one little, maybe one or two rays of light at the end, But oh, and I also want to say, I want to mention this to everybody Thinking of watching the movie stated it is the end credits come 10 minutes before the actual movie. Watch it to the end to the end, because there's a lot of Great stuff in the end credits that I don't even want to go into. But it might be easy to just turn it off. At one point. Where are we watching? It is called almost and it's on. It's on. It's on video D as of today, Okay? Okay. Happy Fourth of July outpost. Okay, outpost,

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Cam Newton's Patriots Contract Terms Include Only $550K Guaranteed

Schopp and Bulldog

00:15 sec | 5 d ago

Cam Newton's Patriots Contract Terms Include Only $550K Guaranteed

"Newton's contract with the New England Patriots contains just $550,000 in guaranteed money. There are incentives that would raise the value to 7.5 million Bill Belichick reportedly has not guaranteed Newton the team starting quarterback job at this point.

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Texas A&M, Jimbo Fisher handed recruiting penalties by NCAA

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

00:19 sec | 5 d ago

Texas A&M, Jimbo Fisher handed recruiting penalties by NCAA

"Texas am football and head coach Jimbo Fisher. are facing penalties for recruiting violations from the NC Double A. Jimbo Fisher in the program. Arguing are being given a six month show cause order due to recruiting violations by former assistant coach Jimbo Fisher

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Police officer strikes woman during dispute at Miami airport

Here & Now

03:39 min | 5 d ago

Police officer strikes woman during dispute at Miami airport

"In Florida a Miami Dade police officer has been relieved of duty after video emerged of him hitting a black woman at the Miami International Airport yesterday. Body Cam footage shows the woman arguing with the officer before she moved just inches away from his face, and it escalates from. You just heard the officer hitting the woman. She then falls to the ground as more police. Rush into the frame, the Miami Dade Police Director Alfredo Ramirez says he was shocked and angered by the video and has asked the Miami Dade State Attorney to investigate the use of force Miami Herald reporter. David Ovalles has been covering this and David, the body cam footage begins after the woman and the police officer appear to have already been in something of a dispute. Do? We know how this started. Yes, so the woman is twenty one year old pairs, Anderson she was at the airport and had missed a flight, so she was according to the police yelling at the ticket agent. They call. The police tried to calm her down according to them, you see her yelling at the police officer taunting him about one point. He kind of steps back. Back a little bit, and then she steps into his face, and then he claims it was a head bud, and then he just you know delivers a slap. That is very visceral when you watch it, it is for sure and when you see the video, and from what you can tell from your reporting a in reference to the officer saying that she had headbutted him. Is there any indication that that had happened in? What are you hearing about whether? It would have been an appropriate response to hit her like that. I wouldn't say it's a head, but but certainly one could argue that perception, but as for whether it's inappropriate use of force. It's it's Kinda hard to tell I mean in Florida. The stand your ground law allows anybody not just police officers, no duty to retreat so whether it would be a criminal charge that's going to be debatable. Certainly administrative you talk to police, officers and I've had more than a few reach out to me and say that's absolutely how they're taught. They call it a diversionary strike. Now there's the other element in that. She wasn't wearing a mask and so there's this whole Cova vid angle as well so it's messy. It's not. optically, it looks really really bad but I think there's going to be a lot more nuance to a case like this. Then a few of the other use of force cases we've seen in south Florida in the last couple of weeks. Right and look tensions between black people and white officers has been at the center of so many of these cases that we've been. been talking about. But how are people reacting to this incident? Given the both the woman and the officer are black well. That's one of the sort of grey areas that POPs up in Miami more than than other places because we are such diverse community, white officers here are in the minority. Most are Hispanic and there's a pretty good amount of black officers here to. In this case, the officer Tony Rodriguez is a black Puerto Rican officer, so there is a sort of added element of that you know I. Think a case like this also underscores what a lot of block officers are feeling in terms of tension and conflict block officers really know too well what it's like to grow up black, but also feel very conflicted because they're devoted to their jobs, and they feel like they're being singled out as quote, unquote sellouts, and so it also underscores. A lot of the dynamics in these really precarious times.

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Cam Newton Rumors: Cleveland Browns Spoke to QB; New England Patriots Only Team to Make Contract Offer

One Bills Live

02:33 min | 5 d ago

Cam Newton Rumors: Cleveland Browns Spoke to QB; New England Patriots Only Team to Make Contract Offer

"The Adam Schefter report from earlier in the week that New England was the only team to offer new in a contract in Cleveland was the only other team to even check in on him. And it just seems so strange to me that a quarterback with that type of record in that type of proven track record as a quarterback doesn't get a little bit more into any interest really around the league, would you? Put that mortar towards his perceived personality issues. I personally think that all of that is garbage that it shouldn't matter that on the field is really what should matter if he's a little quirky. Who cares? Or do you think, which also was very likely? I think scenario that it just didn't play out. The timing was bad for Newton that When the pandemic happened, and when the league basically shut down was when teams had all of these injury questions with him. Right. I think there's a lot of issues here in hand. First of all, there is a stick mount there still, and it may be just a few general managers. Maybe just one or two. I don't think I have. The league thinks he's you know a problem in the locker room. They'd be foolish to think that these guys talk to each other runaways, exactly coaches. And you know, Cam is very well respected. You've seen some of the miked up stuff. And some of the behind the scenes stuff with camp gets along great a lot of his peers not only when Carolina a swelling around the week but also ah lot in the media, too. I think it's struck me was the injury. Was just so poorly timed out from his perspective, because, you know you've got a robust quarter market. I mean, you got Tom Brady out there. You've got guys left and right, you know, making transactions for quarterbacks. To the point where your injury rehab. It's timed out just woefully bad in terms of all that market activity, and so Cam's not looking to be a backup. No speculation. He may be backing up in New England police that want to get folks I just think it times out really poorly for him this time around. So when the starting almost got eaten up in that first week or two afraid, Vincey, I honestly think it was more pin taking a step back and say, You know what? We reassess my situation. Carolina. You know, I wanted to be there, but clearly they didn't want me there. And there was a $19 million deal right there the last year that deal that I don't know Carolina or he or comfortable with, but at the same time he's now paying, you know 5 50 Base and a lot of incentive to which is remarkably low, in my opinion, got to play for Bill Belichick, and I think that's the wild card there. I'm not sure if he would play for any other teams for that amount. He sees value there. And speaking of value.

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Video Shows Fort Lauderdale Police Officers Laughing After Shooting Protesters With Rubber Bullets, Miami officer slaps woman

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:15 sec | 5 d ago

Video Shows Fort Lauderdale Police Officers Laughing After Shooting Protesters With Rubber Bullets, Miami officer slaps woman

"Fort Lauderdale police have released body Cam video officers laugh and celebrate after shooting protesters in May with rubber bullets. Miami Airport officer has been fired after video showed him slapping a woman.

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Fearlessness As Health | Guided Meditation

Hay House Meditations

06:14 min | 5 d ago

Fearlessness As Health | Guided Meditation

"Step into exceptional health today on the House Meditations Podcast, but Dr Albert Silvio a medical anthropologist and Shaman Healer. Dr Field Teachers is how to strengthen our immune system with specific breathing, pattern and meditation. Fear keeps US locked into an old brain. And this is the brain of fighter flight so as fight, flight or freeze. And, so many of us are frozen in place today. When we become frozen, we get paralyzed and our immune system is frozen. We cannot. Practice exceptional health now. Everybody's waiting for the vaccine for the great breakthrough. We're discovering that one of the things that happens with the covid nineteen is that their blood clots that happened in the body, and it causes problems in the heart and other organs in the body so blood thinners are really important. We'll that's waiting for the magical medical bullet to come and solve our problems. and. That's not going to happen. You know we have to use strategies that we know work which is. Practising exceptional health creating health becoming resilient, being sure you have the nutrients that you need, so you have exceptional and optimal repair and healing in your body. So we need to take this opportunity today to step into extraordinary health, don't stay at home waiting for the mayor of medical miracle. Ditch your body strong. Get healthy show. You Sleep, well. Be Sure you practice meditation to reset your fight or flight. Be sure that you're getting the nutrients you need for me. It created exceptional health a day to day practice, and it begins with sleep making sure you're sleeping well, getting good sleep and rest. And second you want to reset your fight or flight system. because. This is an ancient fear programming brand. And it keeps US frozen and I'd like to share an exercise that we can use to do that that it that uses the. Breathing his on Onomic Sonata onomic function for for humans for the human animal, but not for every animal, so we cannot stop breathing, but dolphins cam dolphins don't have breathing programmed Sonata onomic function in their brain, so they have to take a breath. And then we had to take another breasts and decide to do that so if they're not happy. In the amusement park, dolphins have been known to go to the deep end of the pool. Settle at the bottom and decide to stop breathing the but the breath isten interface between our voluntary and involuntary responses are nervous system. So, we can reset fighter flight with the sale. On the NFL, we actually Glock in fighter flight when we get scared go. So it's the exhale. There were able to come back to our Auburn A-M-A-C nervous system and appear sympathetic and our relaxation response. So folks stay with me as we do this name hailing two out of three. Next failing to account of five. Inhaling two three. Two Three? Two Five. Two three. Four, Five. Inhaling two three one. Two. Three and Posse at the top of the breath for a moment. And exhaling two five. Two, Three four. Five in passing at the bottom of the breath. Inhale into three. Two. Three imposing. For an instant that the top the breasts. And sailing to five. Two. Three. Four. Five posse at the bottom for an instant. Inhaling three one. Two. Three. And pausing at the very top. Excelling the five two. Three? Four Five. Taking, a normal deep breast! And you can use. It is anytime during the day. I practice it ten times during the day. Because every time I read the news, my old brain, my ancient meander thaw limbic brain can't tell if the barbarians the village gates, or there's just a war happening at the other side of the world. So, we need to reset that old brain. Into Into the deeply restful state that's going to allow us to access are higher brain. which is hired reign of interconnectedness where we understand that we are truly one. There were Inter connected with the rivers and the trees. And the whales and the Eagles and each other and the virus. Because for the! Shaman. Remember that there's no difference between being killed. By a bacteria or virus? And being killed by Jaguar. For us in the West being killed by a parasite or viruses is illness. And getting being killed by Jaguars and accident. But for the Shaman, the wizards of old, which is what I have trained in. There the same. You need to be a right relationship with all of life.

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Photographing Fine Art Nudes, with Cam Atree

This Week in Photo

06:21 min | 6 d ago

Photographing Fine Art Nudes, with Cam Atree

"People. It's welcome to another episode. I'm here with Cam at tree. He's in Australian based photographer. Who is kind of talented? He's very talented and knows his way around shooting both shooting nude women and boudoir that whole genre, as well as the business side everything, so we're gonNA. Take this interview food standpoint of. Hey Tell me how I do this. If I want to get into it and tell me, what if I WANNA shoot? What are the different tips and techniques? You can throw at me and some of the pitfalls that I might want to avoid cam welcome to the show man how you doing. The great thanks for having me along on the shots. Really pleasure to be here. Yeah, no, it's the pleasure is all mine I'm. Impressed and humbled by your work it is. Fantastic. To notes, not no a link to it in the description for the youtube video and in the blog post for this episode, so people can see for themselves what you're doing over. There but no very good stuff man. With these kind of interviews when you and I literally just met a few months ago, so I want to start with kind of an introductory. Introduction, so tell me how who is chemistry. How did how did YOU COME TO BE? Be The photographer. Today! What was that trajectory? I guess it was kind of. Ingrowing to me as I was growing up, my father was a cane, amateur photographer, and mostly he was interested in landscape and wildlife and nature, and that's how I started, and I studied photography after left school because it was anything I was really interesting. And For quite a while, I was pursuing the wildlife route I did a trip to and toxic air and Africa and places like that and. But after a while realized it was really difficult to kind of make, make money out of wildlife photography less your. And I had the backing behind you to be up travel. Nine months of the year kind of thing so. I didn't have that so eventually. I started shooting Patriot people. Generally on a pretty shy guy by nature, so took me a little while to get used to sort of photographing people. Actually started by accident. One of the local models just getting started contacted me randomly and speed. Portfolio shoot with Aaron. Literally had about three people photos on my website. At the time. This would have been back in the early two thousands around two, thousand, three, thousand four. and. I saw I fell in love with it pretty much. Try to why you know. I love the interaction working with her, and eventually started shooting some of her friends and then eventually. Should sorry get rid of? All, these other APPS. No you're, you're fine. You're screamers is perfectly finalists. I can't cook. So yeah I started shooting some of her friends and. Then eventually around her at two thousand four, I think to identify of I, did my very first art nature. One of the goals asked me to shoot some nude, severe and then. Then I started working with some. Traveling professional new models from around Australia and always hoped can. Soften shooting out nudes, nasty around two thousand and five. I love that I. Love I. Can you know with that you're you're. Obviously an expert at what you do, and you live and breathe this every day. They're like we talked about before we started interviewing. There's a stigma that's associated with photographing nudes so. I wanted to dive in and hopefully demystify or least shed some light on it. And I'll put a fine point on it, so there's there's. Boudoir in no, no particular order or hierarchy, but people people look at glamour photography. They look at boudoir photography. They look at Fine Art, news and then far away from this stuff is the porn stuff which is yet for that purpose right so sharp demystify that world for people that that see it all as one thing. Yeah I think a lot of people just aren't exposed to the whole breadth. You know they get exposed to pornography mainly because it so freely available on the Internet. And for a lot of people, that is the only reason to look at a Nike woman. Or Man in some situations So a lot of people with that. Kind of an art of talk background. Really exposed to the artistic side of it. And, that's something that I would love to see become a little bit mainstream, and that sort of realize that the human body is is nothing to be ashamed often, and we all have one and you know we. Appreciate everybody's. Body equally and. But it's a difficult thing especially when you're dealing with. Different People's upbringings whether it be religious aspect or just some sort of. Morality in in their lives as they grow going up. And a lot of it obviously counts stems from the parents, and what sort of things they instill in growing up that. My parents I wouldn't say they were. Extremely Liberal. and My mother My father. He Pasta idea about eleven years ago now but. He was. Extremely proud of. What I've become as a photographer. and My mother is proud as well but. She's see limits has exposure to my work. Would agree. She appreciates I love, and it's my passion, and and also my career, but. She. She Looks at some of the images but. She keeps it down to a degree so. I can understand you know. Not Everybody is totally comfortable with, but I think. If they understood the differences. It would make. Difference in how everyone accepts it, we'll put A.

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`You broke my wrist!' Police sued for taking down wrong man

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 d ago

`You broke my wrist!' Police sued for taking down wrong man

"A black man in George's filed a civil rights lawsuit alleging Valdosta police used excessive force during an encounter on February eighth could you please body cam video shows Antonio en ello Smith co operating with a black police officer before a white police officer I used to eat in the lawsuit is Billy Wheeler puts him in a bear hug and slammed him to the ground all overthrow okay he might be broke then the first officer explains to Wheeler Smith is not the wanted man please tell me some I thought he was a war Smith was let go and never charge the lawsuit seeks unspecified damages and a commitment by Valdosta police to reform I'm Julie Walker

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`You broke my wrist!' Police sued for taking down wrong man

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 d ago

`You broke my wrist!' Police sued for taking down wrong man

"A black man in George's filed a civil rights lawsuit alleging Valdosta police used excessive force during an encounter on February eighth could you please body cam video shows Antonio en ello Smith co operating with a black police officer before a white police officer I used to eat in the lawsuit is Billy Wheeler puts him in a bear hug and slammed him to the ground all overthrow okay he might be broke then the first officer explains to Wheeler Smith is not the wanted man please tell me some I thought he was a war Smith was let go and never charge the lawsuit seeks unspecified damages and a commitment by Valdosta police to reform I'm Julie Walker

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Ron Rivera: Don't bet against Cam with Patriots

MMQB News

00:41 sec | Last week

Ron Rivera: Don't bet against Cam with Patriots

"Washington coach Ron Rivera was asked in an interview on six seventy, the score in Chicago about his thoughts on the Patriots Signing Cam Newton his quarterback and Carolina for nine seasons, Rivera said quote. He's headed in the right direction. I mean he's probably about as healthy as it gets from what I've seen on video. I think he's ready to bust out. said that he believes the coronavirus pandemic, which prevented teams from conducting in-person workouts was the main reason. More teams didn't try to sign him. He also pointed to his own quarterback second-year player Twain Haskins as the reason. Washington didn't try to sign Newton as a backup. Don't bet against them. Rivera said I really wouldn't.

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How Will Cam Newton Make the Patriots Better?

ESPN Daily

05:37 min | Last week

How Will Cam Newton Make the Patriots Better?

"All right bill. We're here today to talk about the New England Patriots and Cam specifically began her. They used to film. The Cincinnati bengals sideline for which they were find over a million dollars mosque third round. Pick well the good news. Is that they've decided to uproot their entire organization and totally chance planet quarterback to bury the latest piece of evidence that there maybe not playing by the rules as everybody else. Bill Barnwell is the host of the podcast. The bill Barnwell show. You just, but there are people on the Internet positing that these events are connected. Of course. We are here today to talk about. The other came Cam Newton the New England. Patriots who could have predicted this? IS GOING TO RELEASE CAM to they're going to wait, and the Patriots are going to get him for nothing and they're going to be good. It's going to be awful in offense. It was impossible up to this point. The idea that the only team in the league that to starting quarterback might possibly make a move for the best available starting quarterback on the free agent market see Telepho-, obvious when you lay it out like that, but here's the thing it's June and according to our Adam Schefter. No other teams exception to the Browns who had some interest put in a call then New England goes out, and they get cam for basically nothing veteran minimum with incentives. How bill how? I think it's a combination of things I mean. Obviously the coronavirus has impacted team's ability to see workouts to administer physicals and Cam Newton of course as a player coming off of a serious injury, eight frank injury to the middle of his foot, which cost him pretty much. The entire two thousand nineteen season for that coming off the shoulder surgery has not been healthy in a while, and so you'd figure in a typical circumstance. He would be easy for teams to kind of see what cam has left, and then make an offer only, but there haven't really been teams able to make the sort of offers that would justify starting quarterback role. And then I think from camps perspective he rightfully would rather be making less money with the opportunity to start for the new, England Patriots say a playoff team from a year ago, then serve as a perhaps higher paid backup in a spot where he's unlikely to play. Knowing how little New England paid for him and looking back at some of the other quarterbacks who got jobs during free agency? Are there any teams that you think would have been wise to jump ahead of new? England and WHY IS IT CHICAGO? I do think that the decision to trade for Nick. Foles a player who realistically has if not Worse Injury History Than Cam Newton certainly a comparable injury history when it comes to his checkered past i. do think that the bears would have been in much better shape. Do Not trae draft pick and to sign Cam Newton for much less money than they're going to give nick foles over the next three years and I think there's a handful of teams that. That even if it happened as a backup, I think teams like the steelers. Of course you've talked about the titans as possible CAM, Newton location and I think absolutely teams like that have a veteran quarterback with a history of injuries and very little behind them in the backup role would have absolutely been smart to making move for Cam Newton, but obviously I think it's the Patriots benefit that the League has been so conservative when it's come to approach again. Let's talk about what we can expect out of canning. Which I realize, you are not a doctor, but the big question mark is you've outlined his health the last time we saw him play. Football was the beginning of the two thousand nineteen season. He only played a couple of games before his season ended due to a foot injury, he incurred during the preseason. What did you see out of Cam the last time he was healthy? The last extended stretch we saw from Cam Newton as a healthy quarterback, was the first half of twenty eighteen, and he was excellent. Newton throws. Fabio Capello Panthers one of the best teams in football at six to newton was tenth and Passer Rating Twelve Qbr and the panthers had guilty scheme that was designed to actually trying to out more quickly and leave some of the hits that candidate taking, and we saw his numbers include accordingly. SNAP TO NEWTON looking left throws it over the Middle Touchdown Greg Olsen. Cam Newton looking like a poster on feats. Assume. Thirty so frequently earlier in his career, they always posted pretty mediocre. Completion percentages in two thousand eighteen across the first half you had a completion percentage of sixty seven point three percent that was one of the best marks in football. He was averaging nearly four touchdowns for every pick producing really two hundred eighty yards per game from scrimmage. He was illegitimate MVP candidate through the first half of twenty eighteen. And then of course, the injuries struck. Labor rotator cuff just to soreness. He had a shoulder injury that led to surgery after two thousand eighteen. And then the foot injury cam stumbles Abu to the nearside. He's in trouble. Hit droplet like. Damn comes off the field limping a little bit maybe. But you tried to play through and was unable to do so.

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Patriots sign QB Cam Newton to replace Tom Brady

GSMC Sports Podcast

02:18 min | Last week

Patriots sign QB Cam Newton to replace Tom Brady

"Cam noon has found a new home with none other than the New England patriots. While, this was a place that many people had suggested and thought about after his I think it was yeah. You least obviously after release. There was no. We figured if it was going to happen, it would have happened already, but I guess the pages take time. Do they do diligence? Make sure in fact that he was healthy 'cause he looks I mean some the work. Suppose he looks healthy, but you don't really now When Negga said there was no rush. It was like all right. He's a free agent. There's someone else assign. They can but if not, then we'll just be able to wait it out and I guess after once you saw how the dominoes kind of played out and says he didn't go to. The grisly inaugurnat the grizzlies while. That the chargers, the ninety plan the same town, so like that weird was say with with the chargers since he didn't sign there. was like honestly, where else was he? Never said that he wouldn't be better than some of the starting quarterbacks that are currently with their teams, but is when you look around and see. At look at the potential starting spot. That would be available this season. Every really want that many out there after again after his release, Efi begin the preseason beginning all season. MIROSLAVA different but. Time he got released. It was like there was only so many places he could go in. New England was one of them, though is one of those things where it was like you were just. Confused just because if you thought that he was gonNA, they were GonNa do it. You thought they would have done it already. But again took their time and he's still got the deal done. If. That was the guy that they wanted so. Cam noon again as I said reached a one year incentive, laden deal with new pages lead sources told ESPN ESPN Chris Mortensen Adam Schefter. Be Mixed with Jarret Stidham Brian Hoyer. To Rabih the I. Don't think necessarily be the heir-apparent only one year. So who knows you can be their past the season? But. Potentially these bridge the gap to the air pair. Of Tom Brady with with new, England.

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Cam Newton Signing Just Made Patriots’ Season A Whole Lot More Exciting

Howard and Jeremy

02:50 min | Last week

Cam Newton Signing Just Made Patriots’ Season A Whole Lot More Exciting

"Cam Newton thing in New England though this will be fun right like if if bill Belichick is anti you know don't run over to the stands don't pointed to the sky I hope you wears gold cleats to a regular season game this would be fun to see exactly what happens in New England yeah I mean I don't know it's it's been hard for me anytime this conversation comes up diva is just such a such a the term charged at home right is this Tom Brady not one all I know they know they're gonna get the no I laughed because I believe he does have a lot of Devyn him yes right I mean it let's let's let's we we've applied the phrase to so many different people and you know I tend to push back on it for a lot is Michael Jordan one we watch the last dance if what's it about team or was it on itself it was about him and he thought it was about team but he was very much very much about him yeah but about winning at all costs you know like that's and that's if you win enough then you you kind of get that so for for Newton you know I've had people writing text us and like all bell is a bell check whatever be okay with what cam Newton wears in postgame press conferences and my response is always you've seen Tom Brady right like the guy dressed as the man in black once from Westworld distraught not honor it well yeah he's got a full head to toe the funky had like who cares about any good stuff why does anybody care about any of that stuff and you know to the point that the patriots don't like got a guy like this I don't know so far all of those established in each and NFL players on the team they were tweeting about it seemed to be okay you know it's the seal phrase real recognize real a game recognize game like these guys know that that came to comply and bill Belichick knows that cam Newton comply so you know the the the deeper stuff a diva why because he took a bunch of hits we had a really bad play in the Super Bowl it still looks bad probably haunts him but I don't know if he's healthy he's really good really good if he's healthy and you know like the the fact that he wears number one so what so this tool to talk about laws now wearing number one or number one of Miami's gonna we're number one yeah he wasn't the number one pick yeah that's pretty funny coming out somebody get hung up on the uniforms are we are we mad at to offer where number one what is canon came in and asked for twelve would that be better if you can win one of you said you don't give me twelve right like I don't I just getting caught up on stuff I mean football is a sport with this you know this matters to coaches I I get it it does matter to coaches but does it really matter for results does it really matter all that matters will be whether not he can play for them it can he stay healthy can can they can he be ill have to be Superman and that offense to like because of what they've got with it yeah Hey it's just fits into it at super

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St Louis protesters demand Mayor's resignation

Our American Stories

00:40 sec | Last week

St Louis protesters demand Mayor's resignation

"Hundreds of protesters demonstrating outside Mayor Lyta Crewson, Central west and home calling for her resignation. Social media's showing the demonstrators making their way onto her front porch at 1.2 residents in the area around Portland place captured on social media. I mean, out of their home and pointing guns at the protesters, there are over 41,000 signatures on change dot or petition calling for cruising to resign. It was started after Friday's Facebook live briefing, where crews in red protesters suggestions on to funding the police and use their names and addresses. They contend that put them in jeopardy. Cam Lux talking Mayor, Christian spokesman Jacob Long, who says the mayor has no intention of

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"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

13:16 min | Last month

"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"But if you're working with one macaroni influenced your kind of hanging. Your Hat dot partnership is going to be successful And sometimes it is and if it's not as quite a bit more of a blow if you're spending you know sometimes thousands if not hundreds of thousands of dollars to pay one person. Your dollar is much better. Spent working with You know a big group of diverse grow influencers so that you can tell a bunch of different stories. Really have their people. Tell your brand's story through their unique Glenn you can get a ton of really really beautiful really high quality content that you can reuse and you're able to kind of test out and see what what types of individuals are are really resonating with your brand and what your experience on the channels that are working for these imago influences. Like are you saying it? The best returns thing on a particular channel is a instagram. Save as a link in videos so youtube all the above. I think I think it's all of the above because it is very dependent on what you're KPI's are so let's say your main. Your main goal is to drive traffic to your website and ultimately move the needle on sales of a specific product. That three Youtube GonNa come in handy because the The attribution is really strong. Man You can watch a video. Click Lincoln a bio directly there. It'd be redirected to a website whereas on instagram. A bit more. Clunky if you are. You know posting about a specific product. And you're putting the link. Let's say in your instagram story. More more often than not people are just looking at that product closing instagram and then going to their laptop and searching for it on their browser so instagram is definitely more like the brand awareness. Play if you watch you you know tell. These really great stories have really great content. Instagram is going to be the think one that's really up and coming it's been super interesting is ticked off. Yes so it has blown up especially the month of April. I believe they saw the most new users to sign up for any social media platforms ever could probably attribute that to The world's population bringing down. Couldn't they exactly? I mean I myself. I was kind of dragged my feet on downloading tiktok. Stomach it's not for me. It's not for me. It's for young people and then finally I was like okay. I'm so bored. I'm GonNa Download Tiktok and I am. I'm hooked I. I've been watching video. You know consistently throughout throughout this lockdown. But what's really interesting about Tiktok as it? It is a huge opportunity for brands. Because it's relatively unpack from a brand perspective. There's been some brands that have done great campaigns on Tiktok AAA big one of them Jan sport being another. But it's still a little bit ambiguous on what their return on talk is still there. It's still very much. A brand awareness play but with with very promising you know early indications at once gets more and Choosey the AD space. It's going to be you know a gold mine for a lot of friends. At least our prediction predicting the Tiktok guy the of every other social media platform and yes That's at least what we've seen and there are ways to run ads on talk right now. I believe the program is a bit of a slow roll out so it's not like facebook. Where any brand can purchase based So they're I think they're still trying to figure out exactly what it will look at look like when. Tiktok is more monetize right now. The organic content though has still proven to be so impactful so to give you a quick example the cosmetics line Elf they wanted to create a viral challenge on Tiktok. Their goal is really just around brand awareness But ultimately what they saw is that one of their Elf products this lip gloss got picked up by A SHAG which was Hashtag. Tiktok made me by it. And so many people were talking about this lip gloss. It went viral and they ended up selling out and it wasn't a new product. It was actually a lift lost. They've had for years and years. It's kind of been a steady seller. But for that and they were they were kind of. They had an all moment there where they were like the viral content on talk is is really powerful and is something that I think brands are gonNA continue to top into to organically. And then once there is this modernization element. I think that that's just GonNa you know had next the return that they're seeing that's amazing so tiktok. Yup Janitors they ever brains. You touched on Youtube and how. That's a better drive. Silence and we looked at instagram and united shaped without. That's really good for brain Ramos. What about linking is is linked in a platform? That brains look for influences on. Yeah so Lincoln is definitely more of the B. Two B. Space so for example. You know where we go from companies. So we're looking at a lot of different league than influencers as an opportunity to share some of the content that we create in house so That's there are so many people that have that are kind of more of the subject matter experts. So if you think about what it means to be influential you can be influential on social media because you take beautiful photos. Because you're a celebrity in your own right. You can be influential to a brand again because you are great product to be back and Winston is really where we see the subject matter. Experts lives specifically in the world. There's a lot of people that are giving really good advice especially right now like my link. Ten fetus filled with a lot of people talking about you know how to navigate this new normal and what it means to be a salesperson during this time what it needs to be a marketer So that's where I think companies that are looking to market to In the BBC really can tap into some of these super powerful voices on link and work with them and a really organic meaningful capacity. So we'll talk about how your pets really held sprays fallen influences however. Do you work with the influences. Do help a lot. He brings as one way street. Yeah so we we definitely do so influencers actually able to log into our platform They can sign up for an account they can log in and then they can actually proactively reach out to brand if a brand publishes the campaign in our marketplace so it really is kind of a very mutually beneficial and we actually have a team that is dedicated to providing a really great experience for our our community of influencers. Because that's something that Is really important for for for us as well and I think the the other thing there. That's really interesting as Branston. Actually bring on their influencers to the platform and then the influencers wants her introduced the platform they're able to search through our marketplace like anyone else and find other brands to work with. That's right and what what makes it. Good Magro influence. Someone's listening to these now. Jd Sounds I've got a good influence of gutter but Rachel go to audience. I'm what makes a a fit? If wants to your platform Ramon Sosa. Yeah so I think really like what we favor. Just from. A tactical things is brands. That are excuse me Influencers or really anyone that's creating high quality content and it's passionate about what they're doing so our criteria to enter just kind of logistically as I believe you know three thousand followers on social media and creating organic content but really. I think there's an opportunity far beyond just people that are interested in becoming quote unquote influencers. 'cause we really want to help our brands connect with anyone in their community so if if someone is maybe not influential on social media but they are a really well respected interior designer within their own community. We want to help. Our long-term goal is to help empower those individuals to be able to find and work with brands that they're passionate about. It might not even be on social media. They might be working with that brand for A write up on their blog or something like that so really. What what. We're what we're looking at. Is An expansion of what it means to be influential and and an evolution of the way brands are tapping into those individuals. But just to kind of bring it back to your original question Kind of with influence in the traditional says Really anyone that that has even you know any semblance of following and creates Organic content. We'll be able to have at least some sort of interaction with us and hopefully get up into the marketplace. You really connecting the dots between those two relationships as they That's that's really the goal and I think that that's something that we've seen as a huge almost missing way core even when it comes to traditional influence or program brand sometimes are kind of shouting at their influencers or sending mass messages. Things like that and it's less. It's less about the participation so that's why I think it's really interesting to have to give you know influencers and anyone who is passionate about a brand the ability to proactively reach out and also help find unique ways in which brands can participate with anyone in their community who who is influential in any capacity and also give the people in that community value ad by being a part of that brand that brand network if you will whether it's payment or early access to products or whatever it may be it definitely is all about the once in a while like meaningful relationships it's really going to transcend far beyond anything that transactional and where do you see. Influence a marketing in this community. Intelligence Marketing Witty said. He's going in the next three to five piece. Yeah so the the main thing that I see that I kind of touched upon earlier just an expansion of what it means to be influential moving away from these macro celebrities on social media and moving more towards finding someone who is just a a huge fan of Brad who has been a loyal customer and after beating them in a way that's really meaningful and way that makes sense so kind of a movement away from the traditional quote unquote influencer and a and a movement towards truly what it means to be part of a community And then I think the other thing that that I talk about a lot as I see the influence our land scape and just a social media land almost going through like what I talk a return to normalcy so when social media started it was all about engaging with other finding community. I mean I personally was a social media manager in my past life and I met lots of my friends through social media And I think that that's gotten a bit lost. Because of how explosive influencer marketing industry is. Ben Was tastic but I see it almost coming back down to reality a bit. Where brands are favoring again working with people that are just truly passionate advocates and enthusiasts of their brands And and those conversations I think are going to break through the clutter a bit more than what you see. Kind of the traditional Polish sponsored post on social media we're going to see a lot more storytelling versus Just simply kind of advertising product. That's really good and there's nothing like a good story to sell a.

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"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

05:01 min | 2 months ago

"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"Or product right. Yep It all boils down to your type crying. We feel that with seo if you are organically visible which is naturally appearing on the map and below not the pig section. Google deems youth authority or thought leader. For Your right and what you WanNa do is position yourself like that and then when you are like that you're GonNa get waiver influx of inbound leads that are further down that blind cycle and that has the best lifetime valued customer. Yeah that's really good. That's really good. And what are some of the trains if there are any? What are some of the trains that use a coming in these ahead with this year? Like you know. When we started the conversation we talked about yellow pages. And these people you know. Hear US talking about yellow pages. I wouldn't even know what it is like my two teenagers they would know what a yellow pages right if the fifteen but so what are some of the trains that you see coming or you see on the horizon based on Ideo in all digital marketing so I feel seo is still in the infant stages. Google has dominated ads right dabbling into video with Youtube on their social media on Google. My business. Also you're competing with the facebook instagram twitter etcetera with Organic Natural Econo- replace yellow pages in a sense where it's a composite directory that is now digitalized which aiming could type in keywords. So it's a whole list in. Its fast and people can find things at their fingertips until there's more of a directory like that that more users are using in going to for their number one source of information when the to why. I don't think there is something like that at this moment yesterday Were jobs and business right. There's facebook for more community friends social. There's twitter for new tidbits of news. There's Instagram for pictures right and yet you know it's great for influencers but right now in terms of business platforms and the way we're we're gravitating. People are not sure of ads in general. Because it's all this fake news like Gravitate towards just fake inspiration. It's it's really not genuinely published. You're the right reasons right. So click beads any anything to deceive the customers right. They want to be in control. More and more people want to do things that are way. And that's what users want right so users will dictate will businesses will reside. And that's why I feel like how yellow pages dominated back twenty years years ago. Google has kind of replaced sat and there might be another search order another engine in place. That will do a better job but right. Now it's still google and yes being yabu trying to compete docked up goes competing but really they don't have that market share yes. Hustlers are so confident that again. The best user experience in best results were given search. Yeah yeah that's really good and You Know Moving. Moving forward if someone was wanting to You know improve the local search and their local business in A. How should they reach out to John? Headed I had. Are they getting touch with you? Yeah so we actually have a website you can reach out to. Www DOT local S. E. O. SEARCH DOT C. A. In if you to reach out to me personally on the team section of that age you reach out to John Dog. That's myself and you can find me on link did but if you want to learn a little bit more about Seo and local SEO. There's tons of youtube videos. There's tons of blogs out there. I would say get familiar with what it really is all about. Learn a little bit more before you hire any age and there's great agencies. There's not so great to work with people that you can trust that you feel is doing what's best for Your Business and is more long term relationships at your China. Four excellent while make sure put all of those links in the show nights as well. So if you're listening to this podcast just make sure you got a camera but stopped calmed I go to the podcast section. And you'll see this interview there or if you're listening to the interview on the page just check out the links below not highly recommend you check out. John Check out the he does and reach out to to get some help with your business so John. Thank you very much for coming on the show. Thank you so much cam for. Hillary had a lot of fun. Thank you excellent..

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"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

04:08 min | 2 months ago

"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"Hurt interviews full. Steve United my previous life of being professional swim coach. And it's no surprise that Olympic gold medalist swimmers or athletes or translates. It's no surprise that the best in the will have coaches that get to a level of the sport or the athletic career and decide what you know on the best in the world on the world record holder. Nowadays cash is the reason that the head coach is mental. Stephen you know it's the Siamese business online you wanna find someone that's already getting the results that you want to achieve Because they can offer you a fast track but might thank you use or even months to figure out the leap limitation moving odds update. Maybe a Miley I would help you in weights. Yeah okay all right. Can we have had I a quick question? Hey from Sharon about Renovation Company for one of her clients and I had to stop everything. Because of a government order government movement audit movement controlled What can be done for that business will? That's a little bit lock. The Cinema Rafa government is if there's a regulation they it is very difficult And if you're a tools hands on person Other than doing training and courses it is probably pretty difficult one to get around right at this moment so look renovation company I would suggest some sort. Of course some sort of model way you could teach people something online cipher. An example. There's going to be people. So he's he's too wide and fissuring as well. There's going to be played out the product. Cova nineteen will thinking to themselves you want. I should probably. I've been renovation. Business right the thinking. Y'All could probably make money out of doing right now. Is Ron and so if you've already been successful running renovation company or renovation business why not teach that to other people just because they can't use it during the nineteen doesn't mean that might use it at some? Point Soon Ryan. This isn't gonNA GONNA last forever study. It could last three months six months twelve months. Id months two years. Who knows how long when I say this. The lockdowns the Oscillation We know how long lost we do. Nowadays it's not GonNa last forever right. The Spanish flu didn't last forever Alvar is's lockdowns in history of mankind and womankind didn't last forever. So you could teach that to other people and that's what I'll be looking at. You know have tightened skills and teach that to him so they can use it on the other side of this Bob Dasa question here. Came could have food and cocktail to accompany. It's probably a very similar answer. You know we don't have to go into the nitty gritty of it. Because we said would keep it to fifteen minutes. But it's probably a similar thing to to that happy to discuss that with you at a later date when we got a little bit more. Tom Or came on. I am Tom Mindful of time. Any other points before we finish. And you're not mention the word pivot because I would just encourage people to take that next. It you know in the opening created it also Table that can give fosse track in them. You know give you That ID and help you with that concept. So if that's something you want help with. Stephen ought to have a implementation in coaching program. The way helping people to transition get traction online. So if you'd like to find out more information about that just got a business. Reinvented DOT COM dot. A year will leave a message in comments a lot and Steven autrey chapel lineup. Tom What we can just chat about. Your Business Chat about your ideas and then flowed from an thanks. Bob Is just sit. Thanks really very interesting. Thanks for your guidance. Appreciate you appreciate you say you facebook your feedback. Clark Kent Maybe or site. Thanks very much focused on. The euro was business. Reinvented DOT COM DOT COM. If you want to reach out to us Would love to have a chat to you I think Cam lets top to pivot and get out of this. Raymond not let it run by all right. Thanks folks really great to see you again and we look forward to seeing your next time..

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"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

03:04 min | 5 months ago

"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"Than so in the influence of supply and demand if there's only one of you if there's only one of what you offer if your service or your product is unique in any way shape or form price elasticity work for you. You can vie for other people's attention and and you can get the assistance of people who want to buy a more expensive product from you. Use Your marketing in such a way. that it convinces inches them that there is limited limited supply of what you're offering will help you sell your oh products and services at a high price because they will always be people who want to pay more for the very re-based you see it in motor vehicles US sitting house purchases..

"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

01:39 min | 5 months ago

"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"They get set podcast listener and be ready to win with your mental much vice and direct response incident might camera wrong and achieved the goals with the lightest at tactics six and marks and download dot COM Welcome to another podcast. Show on the Cam Roberts Business Marketing podcast. Thank you very much for tuning in on today's episode one of the strategies. I want to talk about is price elasticity ahead to create unlimited price elasticity in your business business sales career. Whatever it is that you do to generate revenue to generate income one of the five concepts for myself? When I hope people with growing business sculling business is all around price elasticity price elasticity? If you've not heard that term before specifically specifically talks about how does stritch and that's hints the would elastic right. The last Jedi. How does stretch your prices and stretch them them higher? So for instance. If you're charging someone two thousand dollars right now what would happen to your business if you could stretch that to two thousand dollars if you'll currently charging five hundred dollars for a particular product. What would happen if you could stretch that price to seven fifty or nine hundred dollars? Look at big.

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"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

08:34 min | 7 months ago

"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"You don't WanNa jump up in the in the fight of on the brain. unblinking and the guests like the party is like its media trading in other words to like make them because they don't want him to like understand that I want to present a a bad act act but they have such strong branding such awaits them not go on camera in front of like. What's the difference being talking in front of camera in which has a wider audit global audience and a pig speaking like a stage like right exactly other social media? He's been nude. Do you know Presentation Platform what you have to go to a thirty three hundred people you can do that on social media nonlethal did redirect. Yes and it's scalpels as well so you could always like Like like the good thing about pushing content linked in that inner which content resonates next. I have such audience now a push content and see which one resonates law data points more than anything else. Tim refined my content creation and planning process. That's now what about any form of culture consult. I'm listening to this. Nothing really really. But I'm GONNA stop doing via right only what what sort of content insult and how do they even know what the it is looking for like. I think the first thing you need to do I think the main That many people joint disease I think they think content is all about them. So the Morgan nervion you writing or creating content full the more than you use language like these it's not about us it's about the abacus which which is like a thing right but you have to think about them because if you nerd world languages will the pain points that dillon with you. Create music videos way to cut through the crap and say and share your energy like hey I know a vulgar in olive help so along that energy somehow your Revere people will come in like you just track people. I feel like the media really a good tip is create a persona deanery of your audience. Like for me like I I. I went from ten thousand data. Points of my spreadsheet champions. Dan My coaches like. They're like ten different types of coaches that the people creating contents really easy. Because I feel like if you nurture your content all your audiences. It's hard trait. Hey come here Roy what about hosting the actual content gift-giving three I really good Content places to thirteen hundred America's the visual pedia video. How do you hustle on Lincoln? You Direct Lincoln and do it ought to be some sort of hosting information to unser a five hundred like impersonator. You you'll do better raw. Yeah and you don't Post Youtube Youtube rings when you do it here and if you're a busy person and you have a bank of content just hire visual up a virtual assistant changer. Your can apply for you okay. Great and and in hosting is the the talks than other transit time like no it depends on what country. Well what city that you WANNA touch. It and our city has chimes at time when they go to work which is four nine. AM lunchtime after work. The boss sometimes knowing that I'm going to different city I travel quite a lot I stopped hosting based on that time. Brought 'em what what if you wanted to talk about people in the US. I industry. I'm would you mixed up on single. Yes I would do like I am when I first started going astray in Asia I start coasting twice a day rods. The help your growth of the concert initially date because like I had like a trickle down. When I first started museum Willington From working clients get three months momentum Still finding the install the way the way like understanding demon study gauge and after three months I see a messy hockey six o'clock and Illegal like minimum three times a week. Not like once a week Roy. It and be really consistent with and the messaging is on playing and the The Israel employment and people Noor who down like Yep that's really good and what about like you know at some point the whole idea behind contact creation is to You know grow obedience. They will get more customers right. Otherwise why would we all do it. So what what's Your pre-bus boss on transitioning from just creating content into creating customers from the content that happened this a few ways of like conflict Clinton content is top of the funnel and it's all about like a building up your influencing joe case credibility. But it's like you have to have like a department land on your profile. Page your website yet to make sure that he has some kind of service some kind of fun underneath the niece you'll Said and people like odd. This is what they're offering run recommend on your leaking profile. Most people it was a hero couch. Consult we thought would you. You'll bit of forming funneling page. I think 'cause like landing pages he just now so you should probably like only team one of the metrics that you measure your growth is profile visits and then that means like they're like ten thousand people visiting my perform run at the landing page Seattle like promote your Whatever you want to promote? Don't confuse people by offering not much again. Allies like the Gertie website. He's More often you have to make sure that you have clear offering to then people's that causes like mom celery ever truly good. You can have like a like a different in price bundles that I think people are done as often causes that allow like one on one coaching. They do jump on coal with that person strategy. Talk like look at your bundles insane. Like how you could position your profile to that product or service. You haven't run. That might now string world might say taunt but he's a impetigo that you want to leave the week. Is anyone like it's still still not that. 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"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

03:30 min | 11 months ago

"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"Now. The fifth y discovery business with cape infusion asian software to automate your on boarding process and so what happens is once you take a pilot from a customer and the very first time. What sort of system do you have that on board your clients or context. So what are you doing in your business that helps you mentioned context understand what the next steps up you know. What's the best practices says in using your business like if it's a repeat business like a gym or a swim school or yoga sander a pilates studio or an accounting firm or financial planning firm like you know what do you use. What expectations do you want to sit up front as you get a new client. What are the what other services. Do you want to shave with a new client that maybe i don't know about that's a really important thing to do. In the voting sequence and what i find works willing on boarding is if you can make a short video or even a couple of videos and it just you know and you can drip videos out of the waco to as a client comes on board and it just positions that wanted educates the client a little bit better. About who do you want what you do what other product of programs or services that you sell and it just frames up the relationship a whole lot better so the six widescale widescale your business with cape infusion soft is to make sure that you maintain your customers of rate sorry retain you'll customer awesome for longer and the way that you can use cape to retain your customers for longer is by using things like customer hub so cape done have have customer have built into this system but it's a grinding integration and one of the things i love about cape is that they integrate and when i say integrate just means i talk right so they integrate with a lot of other different pieces of software and one of those pieces of software that i'm a big fan of and i'm also a partner china with is something called customer now. Cape and customer hub are like brother and sister. They just go well together and they've actually being built for each other. I should say that around. The other customer hub has been built for cape. If you like okay so it specifically for cape uses and specifically play for infusion soft uses so kuzma hobbies a great tool and what customer hadi's it's a knowledge portal that allows you to put your best content and and have it guided if you like and so what do you mean by guided is it's password protected so what you can do you can retain your clients by empowering them with <hes> customer only content so don't content you put on a blog they've on woken read right you give it a guy it's guided it's password protected and and you can host it in this knowledge portal you can build it out with different sections and it's really really cool and it's just one of the things i love about keeping infusion soft is that all the integrations aggressions that they have to talk to other other software and this one is customer hub. It's a great example of how you can scowl your business but using kate by having a knowledge portal that continues to retain your customers by giving them guys over password protected personal as and customized content chain that empowers them and helps them achieve their goals now the seventh in a way that you can use fusion soft to schedule your the business and this is one of the one of the areas that doesn't get discussed enough super super important..

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"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

11:12 min | 1 year ago

"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"They need to sell at a fast velocity tools specifically for them. That's going to allow them to build trust faster with a potential customer or or or a lead and tune that laid from M._Q._l.. From a marketing qualified lead to S._Q._l.. Into sales qualified lead what tools do they need to sell it a foster philosophy and then the next thing you want to do is from that you want to find out what is it that diner to have support with. What tools do they need to have support on so for instance during the sales process? Do they need content to send to a potential ensure customer. Do they need video to send to a potential customer. Do they need a podcast to send to a potential customer. Do they need email snippets S._M._S. snippets do they email templates. Do they would templates do they need p._d._f.. Templates what do they need. That's going to help them build trust and shorten the sale cycle. Do they need automation of repetitive tasks and repetitive conversations. Do they need help learning the deal stages and streamlining the reporting process. Do they need automated workflows. Do they need meeting an appointment workflow setup. Do they need S._M._S. automation. What can marketing do to support sales and that's what you want to do in the marketing workshop now in the marketing workshop or you could name it S- marketing workshop which is different from smacking meetings so it's marketing meetings to brainstorm ideas for content? The marketing workshop is really to find out what particular tools can you impel the sales people with created by the Marketing Team U._S._A.. So those tools you probably want to create once wants and review once every quarter I would recommend and then allow the sales people to work on those tools to use those templates use snippets use the videos content the pipelines repetitive tasks the deal stages this and then give you feedback back to the marketing team to review again next quarter. You say the biggest mistake many companies and organizations Mike with sales and marketing alignment and sales enablement is to think this is a one time process. This is not a one time process. This is a refinement process. It'll be one time to create it the first time but I'm a big believer in getting things right and tweaking them over and over again until you become the best at what you do now for that to happen you need to use marketing workshops once a quarter and to refine refinery fine until the siles pay below at a process where they can get content at very quickly and it helps them still at a faster velocity so let me highlight the three simple steps for lighting sales and marketing and they don't WanNa come back to the story that I shared with you at the start of the podcast and that was the cop at company so the came out and did a quote on my home carpet it so the three simple steps identify you by Personas Have Regular Marketing Meanings and have quarterly smarting workshops okay so by personas and to find out who these people are the marketing meetings as A. Brainstorm ideas for content the marketing workshops at a fund there what tools the sales people need to sell it a fast velocity so let me plug some of those ideas back into the story so if you remember the story at the style I talked about the carpet company any food at a Web form admin contact me book time with the rip rip showed up with the wrong tools. He didn't have the right carpet samples to show me they emailed me twenty four hours later with the quote and then one more email to follow up and that was so particularly so the web form the ADN Koby this two touch points the rip came out. That's three touch points number four. They sent me a quote number. Five this follow up then then I never heard from them again right the only five things they did to try join Sikua a ten thousand dollar carpet supply and installation those five little things they did. I mean you know the rip was he. For like fifteen minutes they put fifteen minutes into me and two emails. That's all fifteen minutes and two emails and they expect I'm going to pay them ten thousand dollars for their expertise. You see the problem with that so let's look at sales and marketing alignment and how that could be improved. Let's go on the web form. Fill out the form straight away or get taken to a thank you page and on that thank you page it educates me on how to pick quality carpet on the difference between quality carpet and cheap carpet and what you need quality copied but and then also look at do you have pets have adult right. She's a hairy dog. She's a golden retriever. Should I be looking at different types of cop it if I've got a pit right if I've got a cat or a dog what what are the different types of pit friendly cop. It's got a whole nother carpet expert but you can see where I'm going with this right so you identify the different types of personas on the thank you page and you talk through those personas. Are they appeared on they have do they have children. Do they have young children children right so you would identify those different types of personas and you would unpack some of those examples in the thank you video after they deform now when the administration person calls me that could mean sit up as a thousand marketing alignment limit that within five hours before the Edmund Person Calls me if I filled it out at nine could've got an email and in that email that could have been a p._d._f.. And that P._D._F.. Could have been a god on how to select the right cop it. It could would have been a stall sheet with all of the pitcher of all the carpets that they've got the choose from it. Couldn't it could have been an internal video of me watching someone walk around the store and and show me all the different Koppitz could've went for ten minutes and watch these video if somebody already had a sent me that video from this company and always investing ten thousand dollars. Do you think I would watch a ten minute video from someone walking me around his shop showing me all the different types of color copies and all the different types of styles of coblets habits if I'm going to invest in ten thousand dollars on carpets on my home well of course I couldn't of course I wouldn't you what as well right we all would so these small things that marketing would create for sales people nope would help improve the sale cycle so so let's get up to the stage with a sales rep is on his way out. Let's say that he's on his way out. He goes into his Sierra tags me as being within one hour he is tagging Sierra him and that tag kicks off a little sequence that sends me an S._M._s. and the S._M._S. arrives it's to link to the guys video page and as he goes to the video he introduces himself and he says how the names Henry Alba your carpet. RIPTA down looking forward to coming out and meeting with you and it can be a generic evergreen video. It doesn't have to be created for every single quote says Hi Mona and Henry. I'm coming out to meet with you. I'm looking forward to talking to you about these installations supply of carpeting your home. We're very we passionate about what we do right and I'm just making this episode. Go along. I'm not a copy expert but as a mock would create this old workshop this out of the company right but you can see how powerful that would be for me to get that ms of that video of that sales rep so that when the person knocks at the door I no longer know he means the Sales Rep. He doesn't have to hand me a business card and says hi Ma Nines Henry from cop at company one right and they just added added that in right and then we call them. We've got establish some sort of report for him to come into the home and walk around the house. He's already done that via video so barra says video when he arrives and knocks at the door I now no no it's Henry and I'll say hi Henry how you going a love that S._M._S.'s sent me yes I watched it and in fact Henry can improve the sales process because as he knocks on the door introduces himself and we silo because he knows he's already sent the video he can ask me that question. Hey Cameron. I sent you the video. Did you get a chance to watch it then. He knows where to see the conversation next you see this is empowering the sales people to do an effective job in the sales process and then of course he'd run through the normal process through the quote push it out ought to get the quoting the mile and then the quote in the mile email. We could do the same thing instead of just sending me quote. The odds for a deposit WanNa see me quote is me for deposit stints in another stall stall sheets in another p._d._f.. God send another seven mistakes. Most people make when installing carpet sins in their homes or the seven wise to increase the value of your home by adding been a cop it bit equality carpet or how to make the right decision when you know buying buying carp investing in carpet you see and again we would workshop this but instead of just send me. Send me a quote to pay money again. They're adding value the increasing the value that they're putting into me now watch this. which carpet company do you want to deal with? Do you want to deal with the COP company that you fill out a web foam. Admin person talks to you guy shows up for quote. He leaves and you get the quote Var amount of Pii deposit for ten thousand dollars. You Want Invest Ten thousand with that company and by the way both companies. Let's let's be hypothetical. This two companies one company does that the other company Sign Prada Okay same price point similar price point and the other company. has you fill out a form you go to a page on that page. They get a thank you bye educational video talks about their pro talked about their products or services installation. They come out you get an S._M._S.. Before the guy arrives he leaves. You get another estimation another email al after with another p._D._f.. Guy and they give you so much value in content that you educated and you feel like you know a lot. More wary going to spend your ten thousand dollars on installing carpet of course you're going to spend it with the the second company the company that has this sales and marketing align therefore they're in eyeballing the sales process a lot more effectively so let me challenge you. What are you going to do to align sales and marketing in your business? How are you going to establish you by Parsons? Sit Up your regular marketing meetings and how to set up your regular smartening workshops so you can lawn the sales amounting process in your business now of course if you need help with any of this I want you to reach out you can go to Cam Roberts Dot com today you if you want coaching.

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"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

10:43 min | 1 year ago

"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"An entrepreneur coach consultant. You know you'll spend your time on siles. You'll spend your ton on marketing. However there's a shift that's been happening over the last couple of years where sales and Marketing Anabel launching because of what we call because of the term social selling now longer is styles ajub just for sales people marketing also responsible for selling and sales people also responsible for marketing rocketing so the closer that you can bring sales and marketing to get up the quicker you'll sell to your potential customers and clients and also resell to raving fans and in fact the lawn on his blood these days between siles mocking you know decades ago? It was quite clear what was marketing in what was selling what was sales and you know. There was a silence department in a marketing department but as I said with social selling with the Internet with social media with the Y.. That people are consuming content online sales and marketing closer than they've ever been and I'm going to make a prediction that they'll even get more blended in the future Gotcha so in five ten years I predict that you won't be able to tell sales and marketing pot though just be one team. It could be a small marketing team right so it's a sales and marketing team. It's a small marketing team and so this blend and creates a necessity to along you sows a marketing so I wanna give you three simple steps to along yourselves a marketing and I want to start off with a story and then I'll go onto the content and teach you sales marketing marketing alignment in three simple steps and then I'll come back to the story at the end and show you how the alignment process would will different okay so let me start off with the story I recently at the time of recording about two months ago I recently caught up a carpet company to come into a quote on supplying carpet and installing carpet in mind residential hon now. He's the process that I went through. I went to Google like most people and search for a problem under armour itself. I came across a few companies. I picked one submitted a form now on the type of person. I don't know what you'll alike but I'm the type of person that just likes to do one thing at a time I submit twenty foams and have have twenty people come and do carpeting still copper quotes in my home for the next two weeks. You know I'm busy. Don't WanNa make people so we just want to do it one at a time and if I find the right person at that time they've got my business but he's how it goes. I go on line and I do a search for cop at companies in my area on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland and one of the particular searches appeals to me the woods appeal to me and the brain appeal to appealed to me so so I clicked on that I had a look on their website quickly not very long at all probably like most people doing searches and then I filled out a form to have someone call me and arrange atone and edite to come and do a quote in my hon now after that I point the next day someone from the administration team Kobe back and arrange an appointment with the rip now this point I did not know the rips nine okay. I just had an appointment with one of the rips and that's what I was told at the a lot of time on the on the scheduled time a couple of days later the REP shows up he shows up without he's full carpet samples so he doesn't have the the right samples for my home so we arise with other samples that <hes> Not Aligned to my Kulla stall of my home then not a line to the quality of the Hon that we have and so he pulled out you know whatever he had was a disconnection to what he would sell me anyway and he tried to bumble let through and it wasn't he's fault right. You got to remember this is a ripped is turning up for an appointment. He's probably doing twenty other appointments on that day twenty other quotes on that day not he's fault. He doesn't have the right sales tools in his car. There's been a disconnection you say between Marketing Admin and sales not educated him on the process so arrives with the wrong the wrong tools if you lied to do the quote for the carpet stays stays around notice lovely guy just couldn't do his job probably walked around the house done the quote said to me on on finishing the whole measuring up and checking out the rooms and looking at Koppitz then then he says to me. I'll get this quote to you in the next twenty four hours and we'll be in touch and that's how he lift the quote which is probably like how most tradesmen quote probably like how most Kurt and people quote cop people quote Pike's quote. We've had pints of the house the same process right. Nothing's changed so he goes away twenty four hours later I get an email again from the ED maintain saying he's you quote. Please open up in the quote and it's got a thing for me to make a deposit and start doing business now. Of course I don't contact them and after that point I'll get one more email from them and then I disregarded that and I've never heard from them again. Okay so that's that's the story about the carpet company that kind of hunt now I want to give you three simple steps and then after I give you the three simple steps I wanna come back to the story and show you how they could do it better and then you can apply that principle those principles in your business so the first simple steps for aligning sounds a marketing is to create what we call by personas you say when that carpet company and came out to my home with that rip they did not understand my by persona. There were treating me like every other customer across that particular day or that particular week that that will quoting too but there's probably five maybe six maybe at most a dozen different type of episodes that new carpet quotes on maybe there's only three maybe there's only two every industry is different but I can guarantee you. There are different types of buys with every industry and the COP company would be different so the first simple step dipped to Alanya sounds of marketing is to identify the body personas in your industry identified their problems. What problems do you solve for different types of Baas? What are they fees? What are they frustrations? What are they wants desires and needs? How can you identify them by the location but the values by like I said the problems that they have and you so full them then the knicks simple stip for launching yourselves? A marketing is to hold regular what I mean by regular. It's probably weekly or fortnightly monthly is not regular. Monthly is absolutely not regular if I said to you you need to work at once a month and you need to exercise want them once a month. Do you think there would be any benefit to exercising once a month no way right. There'd be absolutely no benefit of exercising once a month. If you want to forty nine maybe weekly would be bitter right. You get better at doing something every week so I would recommend that if you do any type of made any any type of meetings in your organization or your company or Your Business. It's gotta be regular okay. It's going to be weekly or fortnightly to get the best bang for your buck right to get the best list and biggest impact so what you need to do is hold regular smarting meetings okay. That's a that's a word combining siles a marketing marketing a guy. It's marketing with this so marketing meetings so hold regular smarting meetings now in this marketing meetings. You'll going to invite the sales team. It is super super imported that your sales team attend the marketing meetings. They're a big part of it. Actually they're the most important part of this marketing rocketing meeting okay and then the next thing the next team that you need to involve is the marketing team because they to create the content they going to support the sales team now. You don't leave the Admin team out because they face justify with the customers they communicating with the customers and they know what the customers assigned to them. They're doing the administration work behind the saints so it's important to involve the admiralty. You're also into involve the fulfilment team who's packing things. Who's WHO's preparing things for the rips to take out? WHO's shipping boxes out if you're selling hat so or equipment or Jim gear or whatever you're selling right online ECOMMERCE? It doesn't matter if someone's packing that bulks if that's all they do is pack a box in your organization annoys ation you need to involve them in the meeting right because they packing boxes right that your customers going to see on the first point of opening up so involve them in fact involve anyone that has a communication communication directly or indirectly we deal customers and we call that uncle at a customer touch so customer touch points so anyone in your organization sales team marketing team at maintain fulfilment team customer care team anyone that can Michael Oh break asylum by the actions or inactions needs to be in your smarting meanings now in your smart getting meetings. The intention is to do this. The intention is to brainstorm ideas for content and to brainstorm stool on conversations and touch points that will impale the sales process and the impact of the sales team to sell it a foster velocity and that's the whole name of the game in this marketing ladies. How can we support the sales process prosise and support the sales team so everyone can be selling it a foster velocity so even though the siles Tamer at the pointy end of the style in the decision making stage? Everyone is involved in getting the potential Baya to that process for the sales people to close the deals right so it's important to hold regular smartex marketing meetings and to brainstorm ideas for content brainstorm ideas for tools that can support. Order your whole team and especially sows team to sill better faster and more efficiently now. The third simple steps for launching a marketing is to hold marketing workshops ops with.

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"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

09:36 min | 1 year ago

"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"Simple. Stupid principle. People will get it done. People will implement people will take action. So Cape things. Really simple so be super clear on your offerings. What do you products and services and SIL which lease and sell twenty percent of your products that make eighty percent of the sales? So what I mean by that is when you get the league coming and you start qualifying the leads, whether it's in person on the phone through the website, stop thinking about what a twenty percent of the products eighty percent of the sales and Mike show your pitching that twenty percent of your product. Don't try and pitch. The eighty percent of your other products that only might twenty percent of the sales. This is called the parade. Dr principal. And if you've not heard of the pride of principle going look it up. It's the eighty twenty rule. Right. And he's what it is twenty percent of your products and services a making eighty percent of your sales might show you super clear on what it is that you do. And you always only sell twenty percent of your products, eight to eighty percent of the Siles really, really important. And the other thing is, if you confuse them, you lose them, and so on state, number three step number three use a tool. Three step close gone are the days, we can hustle someone. And by the way, I don't think the dies ever existed where you could hustle someone into one coal close or one time, close Biza more intelligent than they most savvy than ever. They come on into your business with all the information they need to know about a product service about yo product that you competitive products about competitive services about price points buzz, these dyes soup. Obvi- and in fact, they're in control of the whole process, the Bosnian in control of the sales process, and it's never moving back again in the sooner you can realize that the bidder for your business. So because of that, what you need these days longer sales process with a couple more touch points. So I teach my clients to do what we call a two or three stick close prosise. So you need a sil- system or silence. Prosise assails process, mel's real, human beings run. This is not some sort of magic automated thing that just pops up on your website. Not at some point, if you sell high ticket on hymns, if you run a bricks and mortar business, you need a tool tree, stip close process now, sometimes the tool three close process could happen in person. So let me give you an example. So when I used to run a swimming school for those that have listened to this podcast. Many, many times probably heard me say this couple of times, but he might want to call my foam. The life of a fifteen years ago, it used to run a very successful swim school. And I would close eighty percent of people who caught up on the fun because I had a Siles prosise. So when someone called up and said something like our high on enquiring about swimming lessons, for my little three euro. Right. I had a Siles process that I ran through that before I booked on a call, so one of the process, two or three step closer us on the phone asking specific questions about what's the child confidence like ways each out at the moment, and I'll just let them talk about their child and what were they looking for. And then not ask them start doing what we call a trial close. What dies will you looking for? What tons were you looking for after I got them invested a few times, and got them through a few steps, only then could I make the phone close and say, Yes, Mrs Roberts that it's great looks like we do have an opening at Wednesday at nine o'clock, which is your preference. I'll go on book. In for you now. Right. I shoot a shoe the clothes run, it's a two or three close. Now, if you'll selling high ticket Auden's, and it starts off on a phone call. Maybe he won't get that on the on the one phone call, maybe two or three phone calls. I teach my clients sale high ticket autumns and coaching programs and high ticket products and services to have a two or three step close conversation with people, so you don't get a close, someone on the first call the first call is a qualification call when you jump on the coal with someone you'll trying to qualify them to see if they're a good fit for your business. If the are good fit for the business, you can then move on into the discovery stage, to discover more about them now in the discovery stage, that can happen on the same foes, cool, if you wish and if time permits that I call should be fifteen twenty minutes at most, and it's really designed to qualify, the prospect the safe they right for you. If they wrought for you to sell your products and services to and also discover to discover more about them. Now off. You've made a scullery cool. And that's qualified that I wrote for you. The Knicks coach should be go coal. Like, what are the goals that they want to achieve, and be very specific about that? And then the third is unpacking those goals and creating a plane. So the three closed system is one, you have a qualification discovery coal to have goals code look at what the goals, and objectives, and intrigue, you have a plane coal. And in the plane coal as you on pet the plane. That's when you ask them, when do you wanna stop? Okay. So they three steps for closing deal and done ever. Go back to selling by the way. So you run through that process you go qualification discovery goals and the planning so you don't get the planning and bring up new goals. You see you don't get the goals, and then ask them more questions about the business. You've got to be very strategic in this approach school a discovery questions. In the discovery qualification co. Will create goals and objectives in the goals. And, and go cool right and objectives cool. And then create the plane and the code action in the planning coal and stick to your guns on those three systems now step number four is to build relationships, and the why that you build relationships is through adding massive value, and you can add value through creating content. So like what I'm doing right here now just for you. I'm offering you massive value. Because if you took any one of these five steps, and you implemented them into your business, if you really focused on them, if you said, you know what this coach Cameron guide this camera guy. He's really cool. He's giving me some great stuff, I'm going to do one of these today. If you apply one of these things in your business today, just one of them and got really focused. And you put a lot of energy into it, and you might it happen. You got stuff done. You would see an increase in efficient. Nsee an increase in productivity an increase in the revenue that you closing an increase in your branding, and your marketing just applying one thing. Now, if you did all five at once, because you like you like winner Yusupova super-motivated, and you want to do this stuff. Well, then you would say exponential growth in your business so building relationships creating content, like what I'm doing right here for you. Adds value at builds relationships for people now at the time of recording this podcast, I have a fifty five star reviews on my podcast program on fifty fifty people of bothered to leave a five star review, which I'm really super grateful for and look. Hey, I'm not famous person on the Tony Robbins ride. So fifty people to take the time out to go leave me a review that's like I'm so on it, and they great reviews from real people that have said hi, this has been great podcast. I love this show the leaving a great review. About what I'm offering them, but which is massive value. Now. I don't tell you these to impress you just to impress upon you how important it is to offer messy value to people because you never know how that relationship turn out. So the reason I told you the story about the five star reviews the fifty five reviews because some of these people at some point could potentially be a potential client for us. We could be jumping on a phone call. We could be doing services for them. Oh watch. This might be someone who's making a decision of whether or not the work with us, and my team my company, they don't coaching level or an agency professional services level. Someone's listening to this at the moment then they going auctions reading all the reviews. You say they get a feeling like they already know me. They already like me now. And they, they can trust me to have a phone conversation. You real human being right. And so they can jump on a coal. They, they know the person going to get because if ori- hood him all her in your case before they jump on call with you, so you build relationships by adding massive value in producing that content. And that allows people to know you like you, and trust you before they actually talk to, you will come and see you in the real world, now the fifth and final stab for closing most sales is to fill your order quickly. So one someone gives you the go ahead, Mike show. You fill fulfill the order quickly, get them off to a flying stunt. Make sure there's a couple of bonuses in Austin for referrals, once you do a good job for them and you get them up and running really quickly and you get some runs on the board for them, make sure you ask them for referrals. Get them to give you reviews. All of this is really really important for increasing Siles. Now, if you need any help with closing most, if you need any help with your digital brain with being super clear on your offerings he's what to do..

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The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"Robert see your friend in business success. In marketing, thank you very much shooting in to the podcast show on today's show. I wanted to talk about the five steps to closing most sales. Now watch this sales and marketing a two different things you need to know marketing because you need to attract the rot tops of people to your business. You don't want to track the road in. In fact, you want to repeal the wrong type of people in your business like coming into your business, and that will allow you to track more people. But what happens once you get the people. India business, what happens once the website, laid comes in once the phone rings. One someone comes comes and sees you at your business. Once they call up ring up, we'll fill out a web form, that's all marketing, but now they're in a conversation with your business. You wanna close more sales. So I wanna want pack five steps to closing more sales but watch this. It does not start with closing and hustling, right? It starts Whitey full that because by the time the person speaks to you on the phone by the time, they fill out a web form. You have a massive amount of opportunities to stop the sales process before you'll potential customer potential client or potential writing Fain even starts talking to you. So the first step is to build your digital brain. Now, you cannot underestimate, how powerful these, these days to have a big a big digital brain that does the ceiling full you. You see. So if you've got a digital brain and it's position correctly in the marketplace, that baby does a lot of the selling full you that he's I selling machine. It's a sales machine you'll digital brain is a silent machine people, your bars, you'll prospects this shopping around online. They looking at your competitors. They looking at your business, and they're making a decision about whether or not they want. Oh boy from you. Now, I'll get people contact me all the time for old different reasons. Some people wanted to a podcast interview with me trying to sell me this services. Obviously, there's people that want help with their business. They won't coaching and mentoring agency services. So I get a lot of emails everyday, but he's the thing every now and then someone contacts me, not realizing I also on an agency like pot of business, I tell people is to Pottsville business one, we coach mental people on how to be successful in business with this sales with marketing and how to grow and expand their business and leave the lifestyle of the drapes. That's number one. But number two at a much hot level. We also work with logic companies and lodge businesses and have an agency that services then so every now and then I'll get an a small a freelance, a small agency reach out and want to do marketing for me. They understand at this point the on position on social media with the different brain as an agency. Which is bubblegum marketing for those people that are listening, if you want to check it out, so bubble gum marketing high-end high agency, and then we coach mentor people to camera, but still calm, Dodi you. But so what happens is people reach out to me, and I'll say, a unionist in some social media Facebook, all those things, whether it's on an Email Facebook, inevitably someone reaches out to me. At least weekly, I'll get a couple of these, the first thing going do go and check out what they're already doing because I want to save eight there on dog food. So I had the other day someone reached out and see their Facebook aches, would they like me to would they would they have, then, do they marketing sorry, I said that around the wrong way they reached out and pitch. The marketing services to me ram face bowl. So the first thing I do is I going out Facebook page and on Facebook page there, I'm postal page, there's no relevance to their business to their. Agency to this. It's not. Website on their personal page. And then I'll go look out the Facebook page and there's less than one hundred people like they buy two. Now if I'm going to get someone to help me with Facebook marketing on not gonna pay the gall goal with only a Facebook page. Facebook business page one hundred logs or go to their personal profile, and there's nothing about marketing on the you see there's a total disconnected that person has not built the digital brain ago to their other social media sites. Again, zero social content zero YouTube zero podcasting is person had no podcast now YouTube channels, there was no reviews on Google, right? The Facebook page didn't match the website look didn't match the Lincoln, so hacking. I trust a brain even though this person is just one person. There might be one or two. I didn't know often I ride, but even though they might have been a small team just one person or solo. I can't trust the brain. Because when I shopped online has a potential client, they fill over that they didn't have the brain, the now it doesn't just happen to solo PVS. We're working with a seven figure company at the moment doing seven figures, e com, big business shipping. Lots of products every week ago into the automation tools, and I'll have a look their Email templates got five different Email, templates, going up through all sorts of automation. Now, what that means is this, this five different ways someone will see their Email. Some have Y Bennis some have narrow been some emails award, some narrow some different colors. Some of them, the food is different, some of the head of the different and they've got all of these automated emails, going out, and that's the, you know, the giant of not building brain. So what we're doing is, as part of that process is way cleaning up their brain so that what they website looks like is what their aim out. Templates look like is what their Facebook page looks like is what they're linked in profile looks like is really super imported to build your digital brain because as I said, this digital branding is a silence machine. It does the selling for you. It's the first step of selling someone's remaking a buying decision. The making silence decision by stone your digital brain. So it's very important Bill that digital brain, the other metaphor, give to people on this is your digital brain, your brain does like a Bank. So the more money you have in a Bank. The more credit, the Bank will give you the more money you have in the Bank. The more you can borrow to invest in grow whether that's in property or business. Whatever it is. The more money you have in the Bank, the more impact you can make in the world. Well, you'll brain is locked the Bank, the more brand. Dulles, right? You have. The brain Diller's built up with social content through podcasting. Youtube positioning website, right Facebook, the more brain Dulles that you have the more credibility, you have online, the more brain dillas you having your brain Bank. The more investments, others will make into your business case. You'll brain is like a Bank does Dulles they trust dollars. You'll building up trust dollars with your audience. So you want to build the brain, the Bill does dole is up so that you get more credibility, and you have more people wanting to invest back. India business, now, the second stip, the closing most sales.

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The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"Remove yourself from the data dight allow allows one to sky with a business and other breakthrough from the five hundred to the hundred fath- under the one meal with one meal to three or three to eight new barriers. So it's often these operations that darn to let the hold you back from grind to that next point. Now, you told me out systems in, in processes someone's listening to this thinking, like, you know, just Donna business, what systems is he talking about. Can you give us an example of what he's business instant? All right. So let's say the sales process to start with. So let's say you've got got to inquiries coming through awake through three website through through miles you need a name out automation system or or process to, to be up to. Prequalify them before you actually get on a fine coal to, to be able to have a have a proper conversation with them. So if you if that inquires coming through to you, and your jumping on the fine after the first eight mile that might not necessarily be ready to support for me. So you need these sort of nation implies to, to be up to have ready to purchase from you. Yeah, that's good. Any automation? It's just a tool, and that's why I guess you kinda put it lies because if you develop the strategy, upfront, it doesn't matter what you do in the automation. Correct. Retaining ride strategies it. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. So you need to have the strategy in place. You can you can do the menu light. But if you don't have the strategy, pices netwon having tonight. So. Yeah. A lot of people actually jump jump forward and start on on on actual doing before. I've got that strategy implies site unique guard through the process correctly, which is what we told you about doing the tactic, which these guys automation, versus getting strategy, which is the sil- system, and using the to, to create a south system that you've developed correct? Yes, I want to change gears for a little bit. Because on your website, one of your strings is teams in culture. Yes, you've come from a sporting background in the industry. Can you tell us what he thinks that culture is so important in the workplace would actually going through this process, yet, we actually missed off the last point, which I've got the step, which is people. Which ties in perfectly to this, so coach at the end of the die. The business. If you look after you pay your paper Lukasz to your clients, yukons Kafia silence you south after you. So having having a good culture and paper, that a happy within the business, you'll, you'll be getting better results. The business is gonna be a lot more efficient and, and it's gonna be a lot less stressful for you. So, hey. Hateful at the end of the diet, number one. And so had he had he developed that culture ahead as a business item who's listening? Maybe they got twenty fifty ten employees. What do they do to create the culture? It goes back to point one and point to mindset in strategy. So if as part of the strategy at business would generate emission envision. So if you've got a clear, mission, and vision, and the businesses is actually actually working towards that mission and vision that the staff gun to the going to be fully engaged in that and they're going to effectively be working towards that for you and be happy because they're, they're road in that mission. Yen, now there's a lot of buds buzzwords around these days. Can you unpack mission and vision a little bit more like what's the difference between the two and he's there difference? That. That's the best question. Not so many people get get stuck on that. It's familiar way you want to go and, and, and how kind of thing, so. Sorry, the impact that you're gonna have. So what the businesses during an impact? It will be having, so it's I always get stock explaining it one to one even though I do die. India. Yeah. It's mate. My, my mission is to, to work with business owners to give them the time in Fraydon now as opposed to as opposed to in the future run k. That's mission. And then what you'll vision. That's my weakness, actually, on actually refunding that rotten now. So because I'm I set it up about twelve months ago, and I've realized that my vision isn't as clear as as it should be. So I'm actually doing a lot of work on that to myself right now net. That's one of the beauties businesses and it's always evolving allies changing. Correct. And that's one of my businesses code, Volta grow now on that one of the things I always ask my guest is what changes, do you see any new industry, so your, your business consultant? What, what changes, do you see happening in the Knicks five years on marketing sales and business? Really, really good question for for my industry, and the why everything gets delivered a lot of it's guy to wards a learning and group style engagement. A lot of people at finding a realizing the power vote, tribe, and actually being involved without the without the business owners. So at this being a lot of evolution from payback doing it on themselves to actually being guided in doing it without a pay who, so that guys from learning, but also delivery to sorry. A lot of Thailand's delivering with works. I lot more specialists rather than old Ramsey's and the specialists teaming up together to deliver on a project in its grain. Now Tristan we're almost out of time. It isn't anything else, only listen with. Hill of wisdom. Make sure you begin with the end in mind. Mike, surely, no way you want to go. It's okay to pivot and China. But Mike stole you've got a goal in mind. Don't just don't just trade it as, as a job an income have goal in mind. Excellent. And if someone to reach out to, you will on my website is, is evolved to grow dot com that I or you can find me on Lincoln Tristan rot. Excellent motrin. Rod, thank you very much for coming on the shot. Thank you very much for having me..

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"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"Very simple. If you follow my system, do what I ask you to do, and it doesn't work, I'll give you back your money. It's I don't want your money. I just want to be successful, if it doesn't work. It doesn't work. I'm not saying it works hundred percent of the time. But anyway, so it's a different to me marketing, they should split them a pardon. Although it once marketing they get their marketing materials developed in sales have to use that marketing materials, clatter materials to go out and help market business like we did with, with the construction company. I think that's where the lines blur is they sales forgets. All they're supposed to do is distribute the marketing materials that marketing came up with yet. That's that was great into Terry are really appreciate that only got back to sales just quickly before we wind up. What are the things that you said there was the jumped out at me was with Siles approach? These is we have to be a lot softer. What's your take on, you know, selling softly compared to, you know, sometimes what you say on about, you know, we'll get on there and so you got a hostile and you're gonna close high, you know, always be closing and stuff like that. What's, what's your take on those two different approaches in silence? The latter the when you spoke of to me is gimmick based rock. It's about, you know, I was in the seminar industry for about three or four years in. So I got to know a lot of those guys that are travel from stage to stage in, of course. Their whole thing is sale from stages of promoters, like it, it must have our audience knows that, but it's rarely you find a, you know, they these guys, they can't they soak on knowing that these people are not even going to open sixty seven percent of the packages are going to get open run. They know that. So they don't care what promoters more worry about is guess what? The consumer return rate. Because if the if the promoter if books that guy for stage and he has more than I three or four or five percent return rate, they don't want him to speak because it's a lot more hassle processing processing the money. Yes. Yeah. That's true. So these guys that go out in lure them into get rich quick, schemes or get it. You know, getting that everything's gonna be fine if, if they just follow the systems in things like that, that is just about that promoter making money. NO hot pick. And yes, it's all hype. So to me, I do, I want due diligence, you know, even if if you and I were working together, and we wanted we're looking at something down the road, I'd say, oh, I wanna know, three people that didn't like the service that you're looking at. Yeah. He can't go. Why? Why would you want them said not that I don't wanna do business with you Cam? I just wanna find out three three three people don't like you. So I can put an icon tracked so I don't I'm protecting myself. I like everything you do. But now, I wanna know what protect myself from when I took the company public down in Miami was part of a team that we went public and what we did as soon as their franchise agreement was formulated, by the way, we hired the number one franchise attorney to make our document. But before we can sell it. The chairman wanted to go to the defense attorney so he could find the holes in it, so we could fix the Holtz. L. We had an iron clad contracts. So the same thing goes with whom we're wanting to make sure that our continent that our consumers. What are they looking for? What kind of contracts they love guarantees, they love selling money? So if we understand what their behavior is, then we adapt our systems in our processes to fit their there once in needs. That, that is excellent. Thank you very much, Terry now. We're almost out of time. But before we go is there any last thing you wanna to the listener with all had a folks reach out to you, and find you if they wanna be in touch with you. Great. Thank you. My website is auburn's business solution. There's an S there auburn's business solutions dot com. Go there, click on the contact us, but until out their name, and their Email address in my free book mastering success in performance. Very simple, little thirty two page read. No gimmicks, nothing disturbed some down down to learn logic. Excellent Mike show up in the show notes as well. Thank you. I thanks Terry at your wisdom, and your boss in the tips that you've given us today. Really appreciate all of your knowledge and thanks for coming on the shot in. Thank you, Cam for having me on the show. You have a great ex- exciting energy. Thank you very much. Well folks, that's a wreck for another episode of the camera. It's podcast show. Mike show. You subscribe on hit, avatar chins, and subscribe searching camera. It's kasha and you can download all of the lightest episodes at website camera. It's dot com. Donahue until next time scam. Rub at Sonning Atta wish you all the best with your success..

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The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

12:57 min | 1 year ago

"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"Now you made a very topical comment. They was you. You created a business, which was really a job you created a job for yourself. And then you train dishing into what was a real business for someone listening right now. You know, maybe there solo maybe they just following their passion, maybe they're coached alive touched. It could be someone that has some sort of passion and they wanna monetize that get a wife from their job. Get out of the non-fox throwing headed they tighted passion, monetize it and turn it into a business. Maybe maybe three steps threes, things like that can do to get started. Well, I've, I've actually that four, I'll be glad to share with you on your audience K. The first is commitment. Yep. No. You have to be committed to whatever you're gonna do. You know, a lot of people know, rod, Roger Bannister, if you don't he was the first man that decided he was going to break the four minute mile and every. Told me his legs we're gonna explode in his heart would give out but today not only did he break the four minute mile with their sixty three others in probably more now but there's at least sixty three people who've broken into that four minute mile so have to be committed, you have to whatever it takes burn, the boats as they say to put on disciplines in your life. That make sure that your commitment comes true. This means if you have to get up an extra hour early to, to get to work, a half hour early than make that put that discipline in place. If you need to go to the gym at lunch didn't go the gym at lunch. Do put those things in place to get you to your goals in number three is look at the decisions that you're making, we're all in charge of our the choices remake. So we're responsible so take that seriously and look at the choices that you're making in our these decisions. That were making. Are they taking us towards our goals, or they taken us away from them? And so I've off I say, jokingly, I'll give anybody procrastination permission procrastinate on anything that doesn't take him towards their goals. That's good most, then the most important thing we are humans that we visualize so forth. Again, the most important step is division is yourself already in possession of what it is that you're committing to. So if you're gonna be committed to be a good solo preneurs than make make your commit to excellent study. Others do what it is Emily become that person walk in their shoes. You know, I've seen people go to the point to eat the same foods and to maintain the weight. So that, that's that was their goal is to loose. Weight. Excellent. And to you talk about, you know, making. Visions had a someone might the right decision. Wondering, like, you know, the thinking that they're passionate if thinking about creating a business in your experience. Hata someone Tissa mock, it had someone know that they can might money out of their ID, because let's face it, I can visualize ally. But if there's not a hungry crowd for what I have. You know, they want get the success from the revenue in the style. So what would you say that, like, what would be that, that tastes that they can run to the mock to my shoul- that their idea that passion can be monetize? A lot of that goes, excellent question Cam. A lot of things that can be, you know, we see on them more out on the marketplace today is created by hype. It's created by a flash. It's created by buzz, and they have all these different gimmicks techniques different things that you can get your product to market, and I'm not saying those are good or they're bad. But what I found in my first business the air conditioning, company was what's really important is the customers wants needs. So have a product or service that fits that need in that one. And there's a big difference between what's the needs for a, a good example? So in your we're in the air conditioning business since Florida, so you can imagine the heat here. So you would think that the person when they called in, they won their conditioner, fix you know, fast as you could type thing. So the problem was we couldn't the, the. The control is in technicians hands. So they would say, well, we don't know we're gonna be on job for an hour. We're gonna be on job for five hours, raw that leftist, especially issue right now can't tell when I'm going to be there. So now got I didn't like that. So, so what we gotta take that control out of their hands. So what it did was I set up a system, whereby they had to call in permission to, to work on the unit. So we have the scheduler in charge of who could stay on work and so forth, and so on. So we, then we would say, okay has the customer win. Do they do they want it fixed? And so you, we technician with turn around and say, okay customer a win. Would you like us to do it? And the number one of the number one answers would be can you come back win? Hot because they were we were interrupting their schedule so they need to be at work. They need to be here. They can you come back when my dad here, can you come back kids, get you get it. When you when you balance that now that may, we, you know, that's what caused us to explode because we fixed it on their schedule. Yeah. Run and has got there on we got there on their schedule as fast as weak and we finished it on their schedule. So they thought they were in charge yet run. So you really, you know, putting it back on the ball in letting them like the decision but in doing so it actually grew your business exponentially. Exactly. And we now are drifting into consumer knowledge now used to be a lot of product knowledge that you have, you know, fell but today we have to understand how the consumer buys every consumer is a is a liar. And I'm sorry to say. That rearm. We, you know, we, we promise to be back, we promised will be something we don't show, but customers love to buy. They just don't like to set be sold. Correct. Yeah. It wasn't one thing. I say, yeah. That's what I said him on Mont clients in the folks. Biza laws. So, you know. Because I all think about it like they're already thinking about it. It's just an excuse. I just don't know what else to say. I'll have to check with my husband wife. Right. They, they know they wanted or not right there. You know, it's just an excuse, it's just they don't know how to tell you not. So they might get up right? So how do you, if you don't mind me flipping the coin here, how do you handle when somebody says they wanna think about it all, you know, it's a plastic Siles move, isn't it? You always agree with people. You never disagree with people. So if you said, if you said me, Terry, look, I need to think about terrible totally understand all would do exactly the same thing if I was any position with think about it, too. However, what you've already told me about your business. This is a priority, and if it was my business and I needed to turn around and I needed is late and I needed to convert sales and I needed those systems. Now, this would be something that. I want to be want to be doing now not lighter. This is not something put off. In fact, Terry, putting it off. Is it really gonna make business better was by putting it off and thinking about it? Like, is that gonna fix things full you Terry? That is an excellent objection handler, perfectly done. The, the, the thing that I would go first though, just if I could make if I could fit in there somehow to say, what is there to think about? Yeah. That's good at simple. Just just something that simple. Yeah, that's good. What is there to think about? In that kind of puts them on their heels a little bit and realize that you've just call them out. And I'll like how you do that. And you place that polls in there, and I'll think a lot of people in silos and business. You know, they get a little bit nervous end up stop for the polls, so in asking that question for the listener, and anyone is June in today's it's important when you ask that question what are you thinking about then you shut up. Right. Exactly the I, I grew up in a world of sales, where the next talks loses. Yeah. That's right. Exactly. Yeah. That's good. So jumping back to the system, because we went we went down a little bit closing there, which was fantastic. But one jump back to the systems because what you take people's is exactly that story that you tell us about your systems, and you can you in business net one little system change to business. Now, I know that you work on people's businesses from. The top damn owner explore that a little bit and just ask you can you just explain. What is that main working on, on a business from the top down? Good question would like I said when you most of our get involved in business. We get involved in the technical side, and we forget to creek things like job descriptions, and organizational charts and, and checklists and things that we wanna do repetitively. So. When we start putting things like in departments for an example, I'm working with a company in Chicago. And we've singled out that they've never had a business development department, their typical construction company that. You know does. Buildings and build outs. And you know, things like that. But the problem is there in Chicago in. They have this up and down thing because the winter, you know, during the winter, there's not as much a work in. There's harder to work as ground is frozen stuff, so they won't more inside work. Bright Orix giving their knowledge were expanding them by creating a business development department, that actually goes out, and we literally knock on doors property managers, doors of architects in people who do the buildouts inside these little office. Chris, you've seen for hundred thousand seat to be built out that type of stuff. So it was remerged to high ways the, the people who need the, the space, they need built to their specifications in, we're there to provide the service to make that highway those highways. Join run yet. Same went out. I'm sorry. Yes. They were working in between the two quite so now. Have a sales team that is directly going out in the establishment poor in in trust in the neighborhood. So we struck out within a five mile radius in this year, we just started the program in the beginning of this year, and the end of this second quarter, we will have generated a million dollars, a lower million dollars in new work that wasn't there before just by simply going out in asking for well, that's amazing. You know, in the in the internet, I in the digital age, it's amazing think that going dole to dole can still produce dollars worth of what exactly they forget. Some of the old techniques techniques that, you know, that's how our country was born is, is no by that face to face talking to each other. That's why I love like GoToMeeting because when I'm working with my clients, I can see them as like being in the same room with them. So it's like giving the really one on one time. Yep. It is. Innis, much more effective. Okay. So the question I'll go to question about dole to do walking, what three steps five steps that you would someone's listening to these, and they got crock door to dole like compilation, like, how do I do that in my business? So what a trae stitch so five steps that you could give someone to pay for, I daughter, dole approach, the it's, it's interesting, you say that I created an eight step process for them to get the, the wall rolling for them..

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"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"Clients won't work with lead generation marketing systems of had targeted advertising knocking systems dynamic, Email and SMS automation systems dynamic remarketing automation systems customer relation management systems sales conversion system cells in systems, so product program and delivery systems. That's what you deliver the product. If you've got e commerce business woke flow systems now there are many tools applications and software available in the market today. That are available to help you, systematically, and automatically Scott business. But this could use in the bad news. The good news as many of these valuable but the Baggies. How do you know which one to use your business right now, that's the challenge which ones based business in the second challenge for you is Hettie not. Fulfil them at the full capacity. Right. But once you figure that how you can get some help you can get some coaching. You can reach out to me and my team, and we can kind of see in the right direction. But that's one of the things you really need to work on is to scale the whole process of those seven steps so where to next one to seven steps to as well, the next part of that process is to implement those systems to create instant customers. Now, if you want some help with this up put put some free training together and got the opportunity for you to access that free training, and I'll awoke through the whole process so on this pipe, someway, you'll see the opportunity for you to do one of two things. Number one. You'll get your Tunde to access this free training. And if you're listening to this on our choose or Stitcher or Spotify or anything like that. You'll find the free training on the website at Cam Roberts dot com. Dodi you. Okay. Now, if you're listening to this on my website, you'll say all of the buttons there and. Where to go away to play now in the free training show, you what to do, and how to.

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"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"cam" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"Marketing methods that I can use to along with Mark potential prospects and customers so that you can get a better return on your investment in your business guy. So to recap inbound versus outbound, which one should should you choose. Well, it's Marek mendacious. You should always choose inbound marketing, you'll get a better return on your investment. There is a declining outbound locking Judah the fundamental shift in the white consumers a behaving the bar is complete in incomplete control of the buying sokoll. So it just might small saints to have an Email marketing Mitha methodology, you know, create your podcast, create you books create why pipes create your blogs. Do you infographics create your content shero that on your social media share it with your Email is share it with your MS lists? You know, and be that person that office valuable content valuable insights. Valuable information, and you can be that perfect inbound Marketa so that you can attract Mohali qualified leads. I get Bitta clients and stopped growing business or right? Well, that's a rep for me. If you want more information about, you know, becoming that a great inbound mock up, and if you won't wanna be shown how to do this do as do run a coaching program love to help you. If you want to know more about that you need to book a strategy session with me. So where have you listening to this from aware of you're listening to this from this podcast to what I want? You to do is go to Cam robots dot com that I use of its Cam robots dot com, and you'll say up in the top of the page is an opportunity for you to book a strategy session with me now, I'll do these strategy sessions with label. It's very simple process. Just ask them a little bit about the business. I find out what's working at the moment. What's not? And then. You know, give them the opportunity to move forward and become one of Kline. So that's you. That's something that you interesting as said, go to camera dot com, are you? And I'll forward to speaking to you soon. A my next podcast program. And.

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"cam" Discussed on RobinLynne

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02:15 min | 2 years ago

"cam" Discussed on RobinLynne

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