17 Burst results for "Head Of Marketing"

"head marketing" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:25 min | 2 months ago

"head marketing" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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"head marketing" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

08:07 min | 8 months ago

"head marketing" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

"Google person writer. Designer system integrator strategist. So which one are you going to hire because generally speaking marketing is not as simple as getting one person to do one thing. There's a whole bunch that goes into it and today we're going to talk about the three. Headed marketing mindset system or the three headed marketing mindset monster. It's not that scary. But have you ever listened to or read. The book the myth revisited and then past podcast. I talked about blinking. Which is basically cliff notes for audiobooks. And i went back and re listen to the myth and what a talks about is the concept that most businesses are started by technicians. They're really good at one particular thing but they're missing the skills to really make a business Most businesses need these three people. They need the technician. The person who does this stuff. They need the manager. The person that makes all the ins and outs in the flows work and then it needs the entrepreneur. The big visionary person that can see beyond. what's happening. This was no more important than last year. Where some businesses had to grow to meet demand while others had the scaled back in shrink and the ones that survived. Were the ones that had all three of these people. Now being in the music business. I understand that concept. You get musicians out there. They can go to gig. They can play but when it comes to actually managing the business the marketing of the band. The brand of the ban the website you know usually got some people in the group that can handle some of those things but the really successful ones have managers and business managers tore managers and a whole bunch of people around them to make the band successful when it comes to business. It's pretty much the same. Most technicians are good at something maybe creating websites they create a website business but it takes much more than just being good at something to be successful. Now you can hire or outsource a lot of those jobs. No matter which position it is but the bottom line is you need all three so what i wanna do. Today's talk about that from a marketing standpoint. So i've just been granted access to lincoln live which is pretty cool. I have a bunch of friends in marketing. Dude how'd you do it. And it took a long time and a lot of applications. But finally i got through. And now i can do this online show and going to be doing it every saturday morning. I'm going to call it bacon and coffee and it's going to be quips in interviews with people that have been on the show. One of my favorites is mark essay smith. So we were having a conversation. I said dude. Would you come on and help me test the system. So that when i hit the ground running next week i'd be ready to make sure that all the technologies working. He said sure so when he came on and we were doing this test. He mentioned that a good marketing program needs three things. And it really kind of emulates. What i was talking about with the myth and he calls these three things the strategist the manager and the technician very much like the now. The strategist is like the entrepreneur but when it comes to marketing they understand the purpose in the big picture behind what you're trying to achieve so the strategist will help you figure out. What is the outcome that you want from. The marketing efforts is it. Sales is it. Sales numbers is lead. They'll also figure out what needs to be measured. Can you measure relationships. Current and past ones can you measure cost of acquisition. How much is it costing to get new leat and finally. How do you define success. Is it increases in sales. Is it increases in leeds is an improvement to your systems. What is it. that's what strategist does. They create the overarching plan to. Are you or somebody in your marketing doing that job. The next one is the manager. Now this is the traffic cop and the project person so what they do. Is they figure out what feeds what. How is this going to work. How am i going to integrate all of these pieces. In my case. I take an e book and i turn that yearbook into blogs and then i turn those blogs and turn those into email drips that is a system so it all feeds into each other. Then if we take it to social media does that social media followed the content in other words you put a posts and they lied to blogs which leads to people clicking in downloading e books which then leads people to joining your email broadcast list and gives you somebody to contact. As far as a lead or potential sale goes then net manager decides what happens next who answers questions or problems. What is the system that we're going to integrate to enhance the relationships of our current costumers or leads so the managers the traffic cop. That kind of makes the system work. And they're the ones in charge of ramping things up or scaling things back depending on the time of year. The customer base whatever's happening. They're managing the entire process. The last person is the technician. This is the doers in the teams. That actually get things done. And as i told customers before it's rare that you're gonna find somebody that can do everything you're gonna need. People that are going to manage each part of the process somebody who understands the website and the technology and creating the content and reading analytics and dealing with social and dealing with email in each one of those has its own skill sets when it comes to writing so you need to have people in place that can do the right part of the project at the right time. That's what the manager manages the other thing that the technician does they optimize the process they review and update. They do ab test. They do everything they can to optimize the process of communicating to help improve relationships for your sales staff and then finally they provide the reports and feedback and they also are keeping an eye out on. What is the cool trend. The latest gadgets or tools out there and they tried them and they play with them and they implement based on what the strategist task defined as the goals of the overarching system in the manager defines which processes needs improvements. So that my friends is my three headed marketing munster system and once you have that emplaced you need those people the strategist the manager and the technician to work together as a cohesive.

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"head marketing" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:39 min | 10 months ago

"head marketing" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Three o'clock. Good morning. I'm James Sirius. The news is sponsored by news Nation Chicago's plan for the covert vaccine and how Sesame Street is tackling the coronavirus. Still BGN traffic. The Kennedy Express Lanes inbound from Montrose to Ohio are closed until five o'clock, also on the South Side accident reported at South Woodland Avenue, south of East, one of fourth Street accident with injuries of the Amazon distribution center. Apparently an employee crashed into the gate. There s O take care heading around that area. Everything else is looking good early this morning. Today is the deadline for parents of CPS elementary students to decide whether they want their kids to participate in in person learning or continue at home and have you select in person learning they can switch back to home at any time. But if you select home learning, you will not be able to opt into in person learning until April in person. Learning begins January 11th, her pre k students and cluster programs, kindergarten through eighth grade students returned February 1st. Illinois's public health officials report. Nearly 7600 new cases of covert 19 Sunday also 76 more deaths. The statewide positivity rate dipped a bit to 10.1% federal health officials say Nursing home residents could get their first dose of covert vaccine as early as this Friday, and FDA committee is set to vote Thursday at approving visors version of the vaccine. If it passes, Operation Warp speed chief adviser Doctor months of Slough, he says residents of long term care facilities could get immunized soon after, he says, Barring any unexpected manufacturing problems, most high risk Americans should be vaccinated by March. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on face the nation discussed how Chicago shared the first wave of the vaccine will be distributed. She addressed concerns that people of color may not have access to the vaccine. So there will be an equity lens as it applies to distribution of the vaccine here in Chicago, she said. Once frontline workers are vaccinated, first responders will be next. The city will also follow the protocol set by the CDC to determine access she expects about 23,000 doses in the first distribution. The grandmother of a man shot to death in east Chicago is now speaking about her grandson's killing in Unhealed. Castaneda was found dead yesterday morning on the grass outside the East Chicago Academy of Visual and Performing Arts. Police say he'd been shot in the head. Market. Rubalcaba has felt that loss before when her granddaughter Ashley Miranda, was shot and killed guns. The violent it took my grand daughter's life, not what's taking my grandson. We're hearing gunfire do every day around here. Somebody. Somebody knows who's supplying these guns to these.

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"head marketing" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:36 min | 11 months ago

"head marketing" Discussed on KCRW

"Trials. Rider never know that you, Agassi eat it in your eyes. Even though you're my bride, you're providing what you have inside isn't feeling on me. Usually And the name you in the race for us to be alone. Grace for us, Ricky. Yeah. What a waste. You realize. Yeah. Mm hmm. Me. Hey, hey, like being crazy your eyes. So what do you want me to me about it. See what I mean. What did not tell you what it's like for a living? Oh, cap over for man, but I don't know how to work. The O Lighthouse to where to where you been? Wait, wait, wait. The black dog smart, So that's it. The point is that through your heads market way off you doubting clean, love life bullshit like you sure, later. Lighthouse Search. Yeah. Where light House search. You do?.

"head marketing" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"head marketing" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Martel dot org to learn how you can help I'm giving because that's real time traffic update just eight minutes away nine o'clock right now in downtown San Diego it is still pretty cloudy sums trying to peek through its given it a good shot sixty six degrees right now koco news time eight fifty one it is time for news about your money was Sally and finding out the number one thing that you are spending your stimulus check on then in retail sales US retail sales jumped by almost eighteen percent in may when economists had forecast an eight and a half percent increase in the rebound in U. S. retail sales follows a record drop in the prior two months with clothing home furnishing stores and stores and sell books and music and sporting goods another hobby item showing a real big increase our food service sales were still down about forty percent may over the year the comeback was much faster than expected and looks like a beginning of a V. shaped recovery in consumer spending consumer spending is very important in the economy because seventy percent of any economy is based upon how much money we can spend obviously we don't have jobs we can't spend money nearly one third of people said that they use their stimulus checks to pay bills according to a survey released this week another sign that Americans are struggling to make ends meet those bills include cellphones utilities cable TV rant they're the number one priority even more than purchasing essentials and some relief spending on apparel televisions video games and such it's really alarming to look at how many Americans use these funds just to keep a roof over their head markets a little tepid this morning was going in the right direction after we hear that we got that retail sales number I just talked about also a kind of looks like it's moving in the right direction there for Dow Jones is up about a tenth of a percent twenty six three thirty three S. and P. up about the same at thirty one twenty nine nasdaq at ninety nine forty four up about a half a percent does does does I guess in P. today struggling to find direction in and out of positive and negative territory does about even at twenty six to eighty five S. and P. the same at thirty one twenty six nasdaq up just slightly at ninety nine forty Hey guys have yourself a great Wednesday you too Sally a large balloon like objects over the skies of northern Japan is leading to rampant I say rampant speculation on social media the whole white.

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"head marketing" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"head marketing" Discussed on Eating For Free

"And then when people start following your platform, or you are on the internet talking about such things, if you say, like I use goups wellness medication and it made. Made me cancer-free person and you make some organization like a radical cancer through vitamin supplements, people are going to be like, oh, well, she Harada gated cancer through vitamin supplements, legit. It's legit. Right. And there's no FDA to tell you that that's not happening. There's no like Dr analysis. There's no like long term studies. And listen, I also want to just say, do I fully understand that there is racism, sexism, transphobia, transverses, Ogoni, classism, what have you in the medical field that doctors are not frequently just as biased as these people baking facts. Absolutely. But like we do have to say at some point that. Studies matter like like long term analysis of things are really important. It's why like we look to these studies for truth. It's why we like our journalists and investigate things over a long period of time. Here's a better way of saying it our doctors capitalists, most of the time, especially those with private practices. Yeah. I think we can agree that however, do I think that the entry point into capitalism from the medical field is probably a smaller window than the entry into capitalism, from the wellness industry, vitamin supplement industry. Yes. I think I am okay with saying that I think that, that does we're trying to say is like this seems so clearly like a scam. I just a kernel of truth in the medical field is a lot larger than the Colonel truce in the vitamins. Yes. Like I know are, there are doctors in there are people can medical field who will push terribly Horan this unnecessary medications on you that are just like what people do vitamins to make you solve a problem, but they get you hooked on a terribly addictive substance. Like that is very real. We know that and I know you should not. Trust everything. Your doctor says and follow blindly. But that's the means that means he's also should not do the vitamin stuff thing is that we can find cross-reference fact check decades of information that show that your doctor should tell you what, solvents tuned to take in not literal head marketing agents are trying to push through these, like Instagram, criminals, like there's a very different line here. Do you want to get into this article about the effects of like the diet in vitamin history on women and says? Yeah, because I feel like will really like get us into the group of all. This is the dangers of diet pills, and vitamins that arm women from refinery, twenty nine So Chris Jackson consultant, gastroenterology, dietician, and founder of the food treatment clinic says, it's very common that young women who take diet products, particularly those among it is very common for young women to take diet products, particularly among those who struggle with body image in disordered eating. So this is very true, especially. For me when you quote are struggling with body weight, it can be all consuming, and you become quite vulnerable. You'll try anything just to gain control. Unfortunately, we are seeing that quite a few.

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"head marketing" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"head marketing" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Which is weird because I mean on the one hand anyone can see it. But on the other hand, but you it's hard to get people to know you're out there. So it becomes a problem of you know, if you do create a better mousetrap, it's it's making sure people know where it is. And and trying to drive eyeballs to it. So some of the low budget movies like Blair witch, these horror films right found just exploded. Now, the head marketing money behind them. But the initial investment to make the movies was nothing like fifteen thousand dollars or something. Like, right, right. Those sources. Paranoia paranoia activity current normal activity, and and the like, yes what happens? I mean the social network fuel it hot. Does it get how did these films get to be so successful? I think in the case of and I could be wrong the case of Blair witch. I think they were bought by Sony or something, and then they put an outrageous amount of promotion dollars in into it. So I guess your best bet is that if you can if you can make a movie on the cheap, and then and then someone sees the potential in it as a distributor sees the potential in it to make and put a big big money into the in the distribution. But sometimes if you're if you're lucky, you could make a low budget movie, and and and and it can go viral, you know, people put films on the internet, and you know, they've been seen by millions and millions of people, you know, and and and and there are people would films on on YouTube zoom on YouTube on the YouTube who make thousands and thousands of dollars because the those-those..

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"head marketing" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"head marketing" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"Here's your host Dade Woodward art, but welcome back on the hacker radio. I'm your host, Dave Woodward and today of the optimum having Haley Friedman on the show Haley. Welcome to the show. Thanks for happy waves. Fun. I'm excited. So he's the head marketing areas head of market over impo dot IO. She's also co, founder of growth marketing pro where she literally hundreds of companies grow their bottom line through digital marketing. It's one of the main reasons we wanted to have her on today is one talk. You thought about really growing your audience in addition that we're gonna talk about some of the metrics and things which she said, lust geek out on. So in addition to that, she also serves the president, bad markers and founders. And right now you said there's over twenty thousand members. All right. Yeah, twenty thousand members globally crazy. And if you're running to the primary group up. In the Silicon Valley area? Yeah, I'm the president of this act since. Go chapter. Awesome. Well, I'm gonna come dive right into this. And one of the things you were talking about just briefly here was this white is far as how to get customers. I think that's the biggest struggle most people have is they get this wonderful idea and trying to find a way of getting that out to the market. So what are some of the things that you've seen? I know you spent a lot of time looking at different platforms and technology, and it's not as much about the tech as it is about some of the other stuff. So how do you actually help people get customers? Yeah. I mean, this is the challenge that I personally faced myself. I founder bunch years that tried to start something on my own, and the biggest lesson that I took away from it was no, you can have an credible team menu. Can have Beijing products that it'd be a high get customers and you don't have anything worth very much at all. That's kind of what set me off on this journey to figure out how do you get Joe schmo to buy something and. This is like big gray box that I really did not understand that I wanted to on unwrapped how how's works in. So I would graph country from New York to San Francisco, joined it start-up on the ground floor. I just became a sponge. I just learned everything that I have about our khanate admits logs, conferences, experts on the night implemented them, not only by job, but for my friends, my family like anyone who would let me and I realize got by my feet wet figuring figuring this stuff out. And so there's there's really not better than trial and error learn a lot. But at this point on probably done it, let's so many times that gathered this. This book of knowledge in my brain about what actually works. What's worked and no really depends. What would the part of it that I think is so fun is that it it's different for every business like every business, it's different customers. You have two goals. You've marketing budget in resources and time you to hit those goals in select all those things need to be considered when you're figuring out what is the lowest, eight fruit thing to do to get customers..

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"head marketing" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"head marketing" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Imagine like. Joe, are you going to some trip? And I'm like, I need to. I need you to be able to read this document. I'm going to send you say, well, I'm going to be. I'm only taking my phone. I'm like, great stall Microsoft Word, and you phone and you're like, okay, and then you go to stir any shifts from Microsoft free and you find it knee to click install and you're like. Why am I putting this thing on my phone? What am I doing here by using this for? What is this? Like? That's I, you know, by the way you don't even need Microsoft where the breed word documents on your phone. But I think there's just a hesitancy to because it's work. I've just given you work, you know. And I, I really I, it's there's no fun. Microsoft thing. I mean, there's no that I'm going to put on my phone. You know, even I, I'm, I'm a Microsoft guy and he even, you know, it's it's like worried like, I do. I why? Doing this and what is the point of this, you know? And I said, tough thing. That's all. That's what I was trying to make the Moines about Google. You got a new phone, you like cocoa naps on here? I'm gonna put chrome on here. I'm gonna, you know, whatever, whatever, whatever those things are you choose. I think for most normal, consumers, their away more Google apps on their phones, whether it's by phone or an Android phone that they've explicitly installed themselves, then there are Microsoft apps and that's envy there too. I, you know, it's it's not as hot as bad as it is with apple for sure. But Google has won over, you know, you're right. I think you know, nobody loves Kogel, whatever cocoa from Krugel maps, but they rely on them. They really do rely on them and they used to be the relationship. People have with Microsoft apps on windows. You know, when PC's were at the center of the universe, you know, you may not love I e or whatever, but you relied on it. That's that was the internet. You know, that's how you got online. It was big. Now, most people wouldn't touch that thing with a ten foot pole, which by the way. Let's take a break. I want to win over you and love, but. Let me give you a work links services thing. Oh, that'll help. Yeah, I I don't even remember anymore. It's already gone. It's already fled from my head marketing nonsense coming up more scarlet tidbits. And all scoop from Berlin. But many, many scoop don't get your hopes up. It's it's super mini yet. Don't don't. Don't wait up for this tiny scoop or is from Berlin is in studio. He's visiting for Microsoft Berlin because he heard Paul was going to be there and he had to get out of the country quick. Yep. He said, if I had known, I've would have stayed another day. Our showed. They brought to you by rocket mortgage from Quicken Loans, The best lender in the country for home loans. Number one in volume..

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"head marketing" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"head marketing" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"You in teach you what you need to know the sounds we've got a music in between the break so it's awkward we've got it smells nice the decor is is you're surrounded by the the observations of some of the world's most successful people the ambiance is kind of mixed between the bbc live lounge if you're going to youtube and you watch the bbc live lounge it's kind of a mixed between the bbc live lounge and maybe a kind of a speak easy in downtown denver so the whole experience we've thought through that but in terms of the content and what we teach i'm gonna play you i hear an audio excerpt from a motivational conference you can hear what's taught at one of the world's largest motivational conferences it's still going on today this is audio that you would hear if you attended this particular workshop so then he further do listen to this audio until me tell me what what it makes you feel when you hear to be a survivor in this amazing race with the need for speed you need god's grace and if you're desperate like house was watching days of our lodge can't cope without hope and that's not on a soap if you look into oprah dr phil you can shop nonstop or pop a pill to be honest with you i kind of want to pop a pill after hearing that if i went to a workshop again that was filled with that kind of nonsensical drivel and i've been to those i know what it's like we were businesses stuck and you just want to know what to do and so you're almost willing to do anything and i remember going to these motivational seminars in you'd see a big name like colin powell or joe montana sandwiched between someone you never heard of the person you never heard of it was trying to sell you this get rich quick scheme and they'd have scripts that had like some type of speaking they have some kind of speech that would rhyme all the time like with that person just did it just feels insincere it's it's i don't know i i have never been a pill popper but i think if i went to a lot of those conferences in a row i would get to a place where i would want to escape mike current reality i might pop pills but i might go hide in a in a closet somewhere or something now if you want to know the kind of things that if you want if you want to know more about the things that we teach at our workshops in the specific kinds of things you're gonna learn at our workshop let me play an audio testimonial for you from the largest home builder in oklahoma this is a company called shaw homes shaw homes has been a great client so when we've worked with for years they really do build real houses for real people and i want you to hear what the head of that organization has to say the head marketing guy for that organization aaron antiques the head of marketing for shaw homes aaron anticipate n t s aaron antius a n t i s what he has to say about the thrive time show business coaching conference the business coaching itself and the kind of things that he's learned since being a client in the thrive time show program hi i'm aaron antennas with shaw homes a i heard about clay through a mortgage lender here in town who had told me what a great job he'd been doing for them and actually noticed he was driving the lamborghini all of a sudden so i was willing to listen in my career i've sold a little over eight hundred million dollars in real estate so honestly i thought i kinda knew everything about marketing and homes and then i met clay in my perception of what i knew and what i could do definitely changed after doing eight hundred million in sales of fifteen year career i really thought i knew what i was doing i've been managing a large team of sales people for the last ten years here with shaw homes and i mean we've been a company that's been in business for thirty five years we've become one of the largest builders in the tulsa area and that was without clay so when i came to know clay i really thought pan there's not much more i need to know but i'm willing to listen.

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"head marketing" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"head marketing" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"The decision president trump announced this week pulling the united states out of the iran nuclear deal is going to play out in a whole lot of ways joe politics and international security of course big picture industrial policy think all those boeing planes the iranians had on order as a good example also somewhat smaller product lines specifically an item whose trade fortunes some of our relationship with iran darn well from w essay in pittsburgh marketplace's eric embarrassed reports if you ate pistachio nuts in the seventies chances are they came from iran and they were probably read back then exporters didn't think americans would buy nuts who shells had dark marks so they died them and we ate them up twenty million pounds a year then in nineteen seventy nine this happened here's abc news sixty americans including our fellow citizens whom you just saw bound and blindfolded are now beginning their sixth day of captivity the iran hostage crisis which dragged on for four hundred forty four days the us responded by sanctioning iran freezing its assets and putting an embargo on its imports that meant no oil no persian rugs nope astacio the crisis wasn't the opportunity the american possession industry would have chosen to make its big move into the market but we got very lucky politically in the there was an embargo on and product the ice days louise ferguson is a pathologist at uc davis she studies fruits and nuts ferguson says the embargo began just as us farmers were starting to use new arrogation techniques that made it possible to produce a pistachio crop big enough to enter the commercial market we had a tree suitable we had available water and then we head markets but growing pistachios takes time seven years to get nuts off the tree law.

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"head marketing" Discussed on Bitcoin Crypto Mastermind

Bitcoin Crypto Mastermind

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"head marketing" Discussed on Bitcoin Crypto Mastermind

"I will be an iphone i'd come back as a piece of hardware maybe not like the screen necessarily but it so much more durable than the flashy bodies though we have but you'd be so small could be used through i've been have problems with biology foam as of late so and people could easily just the get angry and throw you have a crash green i think i know please go ahead now i don't wanna show i don't want to interrupt you and be rude like you wear to the person on bumble somebody said christie yet christie brinkley we need to be better have you got if you guys want to see the best example of marketing you've ever seen literally there is an infomercial for this mellon skin cream it's based on literally they made it all they may vary uh like oh we found this special at mellon extract it's really a cantaloupe they took jump in a cantaloupe and they put it in the skin cream and they did it infomercial christie brinkley who's like fifty or sixty and she's still beautiful and it is that it's so convincing i wanted to buy it but it's not for men and i was just like dude this is amazing and no she's not seventy that fast but he's actually discriminates sunday night as the way atlanta's a cream you know as as as stus literally built for it's like cream for women and so whatever i use and langley and his head marketing i like humans are leaving and nobody it's very seven and look at me.

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"head marketing" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

The Tai Lopez Show

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"head marketing" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"I will be an iphone i'd come back as a piece of hardware maybe not like the screen necessarily but it so much more durable than the flashy bodies though we have but you'd be so small could be used through i've been have problems with biology foam as of late so and people could easily just the get angry and throw you have a crash green i think i know please go ahead now i don't wanna show i don't want to interrupt you and be rude like you wear to the person on bumble somebody said christie yet christie brinkley we need to be better have you got if you guys want to see the best example of marketing you've ever seen literally there is an infomercial for this mellon skin cream it's based on literally they made it all they may vary uh like oh we found this special at mellon extract it's really a cantaloupe they took jump in a cantaloupe and they put it in the skin cream and they did it infomercial christie brinkley who's like fifty or sixty and she's still beautiful and it is that it's so convincing i wanted to buy it but it's not for men and i was just like dude this is amazing and no she's not seventy that fast but he's actually discriminates sunday night as the way atlanta's a cream you know as as as stus literally built for it's like cream for women and so whatever i use and langley and his head marketing i like humans are leaving and nobody it's very seven and look at me.

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"head marketing" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"head marketing" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"The goals that it agreed to for emissions reduction in concert with other nations around the country the paris agreement and all that right well it's it depends how you look at this at the sale for example the cuts envisioned by the obama administration through this regulation are the main component of meeting that target that said they're independent analyses that suggest that we are on track to cut our emissions by between say twenty seven and thirty five percent compared to two thousand five levels by 2030 so in other words we may get to this point any way just through kind of regular economic drivers outside of regulation but there's no question that the cuts that were dictated through this role where a main factor in how the us would meet its international climate commitment which of course president trump has questioned and has started to take steps to roll back if the market is going that way anyway in some significant degree juliette why has there been such fierce opposition to this who what industries who has driven it well that's an excellent question uh there are a number of reasons first of all while well again you can heads market forces that can affect state i think one of the issues is that there are certain segments of the electricity industry that has invested in coalfired power plants and have updated them over time and therefore what they worry about is what you call stranded assets that essentially it's pretty cheap tyrannical plant once you have it up and running and so at this point there of ones that you know they're they're companies and and and roll electricity cooperatives and so forth and if they already have a coal plant even it you know with its twenty years old thirty years old it can still run for years after that and so for then they would face a real economic loss by having to shut us down so generally it's it's those factors that has.

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"head marketing" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

The MFCEO Project

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"head marketing" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

"Do his title again he's the i africa we say that he's the head marketing director for performance our our operations director something but uh i mean he's in line to be the ceo he's he's a guy nights he's the guy right so anyway uh you know he's i mean over the top apologetic you know let me know that they're on it they're taking care of it um i mean it you could tell he was look legitimately embarrass the you know what i'm saying yeah and i i just wanted to share that story tall you guys for entrepreneurship aspect at for two reasons one when your company fox up and does something wrong you as the c o or the main guy or the guy you're not too big ever to pick up the fucking phone a call customer i was blown away i couldn't believe it you know what i mean yeah second of all as a business owner it is your job to resolve issues like that went neat when when they arise so i just thought that was fucking amazing that he called up and and basically gave me his word that it was going to be taken care of immediately and i i just thought it was an excellent example of how to handle a disgruntled customer customers pissed off your we've talked about this podcast before but rarely have i had that actually i rarely ever seen happen yo usually when you have a big company you're dealing with you know they don't go fuck about you know what i mean they're they're they're above you they don't care if you a problem will the fuck you know what i mean and i just thought that was amazing that he are that he pick up the phone call me personally to talk about it and i i mean that's what i wanted to tell the story as an example of how the right way to handle shit is you know what i mean arm.

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"head marketing" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

Google Cloud Platform Podcast

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"head marketing" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"The diesel dang leg into my previews that might take longer i don't care then you can go with the ride on network for the right job yep very very cool and also saving money which you know i like that and then we have the last cool thing of the week actor their work wait too many cool things of the week but the last but we chose eats about tyden which both of you and i have one on our desk yes we do yeah uh so tyden is a a really cool microchip a dead google designed specifically for google purposebuilt surfers so it's something that we run into only a google in all google plot to and allows us to do really cool security things that we thought these kind of hot where you will not be able to do it uh so there's a new blog post that covers tat an indepth it's definitely death can you a vase of real on one bud you will be able to understand not only what had the basic sitewide he's tight end in how it's built like from basic point of view but also wet empowers asked to do and what kind of security we can manage like for instance make sure that he someone is something we're able to see id and the logging cannot be tampered with stuff like that like greedy ridi powerful things explain in a lot of detail in eve you are interested unknowing more but you lazy tweet like me can also listen to the episode that we did back in march was the final the at clout next which was episode sixty seven where we interviewed cornelius willie's which is the head marketing golkara platform a neil mueller.

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"head marketing" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"head marketing" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"I will say that i do love my friends squashed glassclad squad so in another no i'd like to give myself and my friend jasmine graduation shutouts i will be graduating from northampton community college within associates and applied science aka specialized agreeing culinary arts faa hundreds of twenty seven know that so much it relocating the work for the mouse mickey mouse in all my what an honor on what not much through countless online courses to make sure i was graduating this summer i would also like to congratulate my friend jasmina isaac she just graduated this past week from st john's university with a beer my girl's a damn physician's assistant i'm very proud of her in her accomplishments she's a true definition of black girl magic attached as a photo of jasmine slaying in no wrinkled regalia hashtag on euros children i'm so thankful for you both whenever you decide to put us the merger dates for life show my face will be in the place as kia says y'all make me feel happy i love go oh my god i love you all so much and i know care has all the lines she go all mountains of opel have cliches anyway thank you bernie for writing an congratulations to you congratulations to jasmine yes congratulations to the both of you are next email reads jane in kiev thanks for the wonderful podcasts yagi admitted for my walks weekly you at a walk come on any who i wanted to give a huge shut up to my best he should revert miles she graduated in december of twenty six team with a degree in marketing from georgia southern university after months of prayer sears and dedication she landed her dream position and harley davidson of augusta georgia as head of marketing as headquarters sorry as the head marketing coordinator come on i'm so proud of her she's the only twenty four but doing great things must this is truly pop in truly and that is from each day.

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