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"matt heinz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"matt heinz" Discussed on AP News

"News For Friday, July 3rd Native American protesters blocked a road leading them out Rushmore ahead of President Trump's speech and fireworks show. Trump is not welcomed here. Mrs Arlen Way, do not support that with racing this way. Want a minute way? Wanted Berlin protesters, noting that the Black Hills in South Dakota were taken from the Lakota people by the US government against treaty agreements. The events could draw thousands of South Dakota GOP is selling T shirts with Trump's likeness on the monument alongside Washington, Jefferson Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt. On Aurora, Colorado police officer has resigned, and interim police chief Vanessa Wilson takes action against others. I terminated the remaining three They're no longer able to wear this badge represents this agency. Three officers took a photo of them, smiling as they reenacted the chokehold death of Elijah MacLean, sending it to one of the officers involved in his death. He responded with Ha ha. During a rally Friday night, McClain's family friends and community activist noted that justice was swift her for the mocking photo. Than the use of force that led to McLane's death. The two other officers who stopped the young men are still on the force Authorities air looking again at possible criminal charges after clearing them last year. At least four people have been hospitalized following a shooting near the food court of a mall in a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, Hoover police say at this time, they don't know the condition of those who were shot. They also don't know what led to the shooting. Nor how many gunmen were involved. River Chase Galleria was the scene of a 2018 police shooting of an officer freely shot a black man who was armed with a gun after mistaking him for the suspect. In an earlier shooting at that mall. This is AP News. Arizona is one of many states seeing big increases and not only Corona virus cases, but also hospitalizations and death. Dr. Matt Heinz works a Tucson Medical center more than just closing the bar beats. It means kind of lock it down. Probably for good. 30 days, maybe 45 days. See where things were at what and then decompressed. And and reduce be demand on critical chair nationally. The Johns Hopkins Corona Virus Resource Center says more than 129,000 people have died in the pandemic in this country. 52,300 new cases Friday, including 9500 additional cases in Florida after a record of more than 10,000 new cases on Thursday. Five people are dead. At least three others seriously hurt in a crash Friday evening on Interstate in Charlotte, North Carolina. Police have not released a cause for that wreck. As Washington's NFL team looks at its name. Baseball's Cleveland Indians are doing the same. I'm to McGuire AP News. It's a world record for the Nathan's famous hot dog eating contest held on July 4th at an undisclosed location instead of the Coney Island boardwalk. Because of the Corona virus. Joey Chestnut and Miki Sudo, repeated as men's and women's champions of the annual glutton exist. Announcer George Shea on ESPN with a new world record off 75. Nathan's famous hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes. Judo, a 48.5 hot dogs.

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"matt heinz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"matt heinz" Discussed on AP News

"During a rally Friday night, McClain's family friends and community activist noted that justice was swift her for the mocking photo. Than the use of force that led to McLane's death. The two other officers who stopped the young men are still on the force Authorities air looking again at possible criminal charges after clearing them last year. At least four people have been hospitalized following a shooting near the food court of a mall in a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, Hoover police say at this time, they don't know the condition of those who were shot. They also don't know what led to the shooting. Nor how many gunmen were involved. River Chase Galleria was the seed of a 2018 police shooting of an officer freely shot a black man who was armed with a gun after mistaking him for the suspect. In an earlier shooting at that mall. This is AP News. Arizona is one of many states seeing big increases and not only Corona virus cases, but also hospitalizations and death. Dr. Matt Heinz works at Tucson Medical Center more than just closing the bar needs it. It's a kind of lock it down, probably for good 30 days, maybe 45 days. See where things are at what and then decompressed and reduce the demand on critical chair Nationally. The Johns Hopkins Corona Virus Resource Center says more than 129,000 people have died in the pandemic in this country. 52,300 new cases Friday, including 9500 additional cases in Florida after a record of more than 10,000 new cases on Thursday. Five people are dead. At least three others seriously hurt in a crash Friday evening on Interstate in Charlotte, North Carolina. Police have not released a cause for that wreck. As Washington's NFL team looks at its name..

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"matt heinz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"matt heinz" Discussed on AP News

"News For Friday, July 3rd Native American protesters blocked a road leading them out Rushmore ahead of President Trump's speech and fireworks show. Trump is not welcomed here. This is our land way. Do not support that with racing for this. We want a minute way wanted Berlin protesters, noting that the black Hills in South Dakota were taken from the Lakota people by the US government against treaty agreements. The events could draw thousands of South Dakota GOP is selling T shirts with Trump's likeness on the monument alongside Washington, Jefferson Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt. On Aurora, Colorado police officer has resigned, and interim police chief Vanessa Wilson takes action against others. I terminated the remaining three They're no longer able to wear this badge represents this agency. Three officers took a photo of them, smiling as they reenacted the chokehold death of Elijah McClane, sending it to one of the officers involved in his death. He responded with Ha ha. During a rally Friday night, McClain's family friends and community activist noted that justice was swift her for the mocking photo. Than the use of force that led to McLane's death. The two other officers who stopped the young men are still on the force Authorities air looking again at possible criminal charges after clearing them last year. At least four people have been hospitalized following a shooting near the food court of a mall in a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, Hoover police say at this time, they don't know the condition of those who were shot. They also don't know what led to the shooting. Nor how many gunmen were involved. River Chase Galleria was the scene of a 2018 police shooting of an officer freely shot a black man who was armed with a gun after mistaking him for the suspect. In an earlier shooting at that mall. This is AP News. Arizona is one of many states seeing big increases and not only Corona virus cases, but also hospitalizations and death. Dr. Matt Heinz works a Tucson Medical center more than just closing the bar beats. It means a kind of lock it down. Probably for good. 30 days, maybe 45 days. See where things are at what and then decompressed. And and reduce be demand on critical chair nationally. The Johns Hopkins Corona Virus Resource Center says more than 129,000 people have died in the pandemic in this country. 52,300 new cases Friday, including 9500 additional cases in Florida after a record of more than 10,000 new cases on Thursday. Five people are dead. At least three others seriously hurt in a crash Friday evening on Interstate in Charlotte, North Carolina. Police have not released a cause for that wreck. As Washington's NFL team looks at its name. Baseball's Cleveland Indians are doing the same. I'm to McGuire AP News The pints of being poured in the unkempt hair. These are being cut in styled is England in box on its biggest locked down easing yet pubs, restaurants and cinemas are now reopening and people come once again visit different households and even tie the knot for the first time in three months. On many of those despairing of what they see in the mirror can finally get their hair trims. In all cases, social distancing rules have to be followed. Barbershop owner Stephanie Hedley was relieved to finally be back in business. After three months you have been booking appointments. I've had messages and pictures of dodgy haircuts and also, the easing of the Loch Sam will be warmly welcomed. There are concerns that the British government is being overly hasty in other countries. The reopening of bars and restaurants has been blamed for a spike in infections. Karen Schama's London Corona virus Update. I'm Ben Thomas with an AP News MINUTE Public health officials are urging Americans toe hold more muted celebrations this Independence day, given the spike in Corona virus cases. Confirmed cases are climbing in 40 states and the U. S. Set another record Friday with 52,300 newly reported infections that, according to the tally, kept by Johns Hopkins University, Dr Stan Wilson Roper, ST Francis in South Carolina, puts it this way. This is a category six hurricane of illness we can't evacuate. We need to stay in place. We need to stay away from others that sound courtesy wcsc. President Trump is going the other direction with July 4th celebration. This has been a great honor After a rally and fireworks display at Mount Rushmore Friday night, he's planning to go big in the nation's capital. With a military flyover and fireworks display expected to draw thousands to the National Mall. The Interior Department says it will hand out 300,000 face coverings to Spectators. Meanwhile, the Trump campaign has confirmed that Kimberly Guilfoyle, a top fundraiser and the girlfriend of Trump's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr. Has tested positive for the Corona virus. Both Guilfoyle and Trump Jr have cancelled public events and are isolating themselves in major League baseball team said the gun working out in preparation for their abbreviated season is a great feeling to come back today for sure, Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw of this three months taught me anything is that you know, I really I really miss the game. I love baseball. I miss I miss plan I miss pitching that sound courtesy Spectrum. SportsNet Los Angeles. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did.

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"matt heinz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"matt heinz" Discussed on AP News

"More than just closing the bar needs. It means a kind of lock it down. Probably for a good 30 days. Maybe 45 days. See where things are at what and then decompressed. And and reduce be demand on critical chair nationally. The Johns Hopkins Corona Virus Resource Center says more than 129,000 people have died in the pandemic in this country with 52,300 new cases today. Florida after hitting a record of more than 10,000 new cases, Thursday reported nearly 9500 today. Miami Dade County, Florida has a curfew starting at 10 tonight. President Trump is in South Dakota. First Beachhead Firework Show it might Rushmore face masks and social distancing optional. I'm Tim Maguire Corona Virus Update. I'm to McGuire with an AP News Minute Arizona is one of many states seem big jumps and not only Corona virus cases, but also hospitalizations and deaths. Dr. Matt Heinz works a Tucson Medical center. More than just closing the bar meets. It means a kind of lock it down. Probably for good. 30 days, maybe 45 days. See where things were at and then decompressed and reduce be demand on critical chair nationally. The Johns Hopkins Corona Virus Resource Center says more than 129,000 people have died in the pandemic in this country with 52,300 new cases today. Florida after hitting a record more than 10,000 new cases Thursday reported nearly 9500 today. Miami Dade County, Florida has a curfew starting at 10 tonight. President Trump is in South Dakota for speech and fireworks show at Mount Rushmore, Face masks and social distancing optional. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News I'm to McGuire, members of the South Dakota State Republican Party are selling T shirts outside Mount Rushmore that feature President Trump along with George Washington, Thomas Jefferson..

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"matt heinz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:46 min | 1 year ago

"matt heinz" Discussed on AP News

"States continue to struggle with ever growing corona virus cases and hospitalizations Arizona is one of many states seeing big increases in not only coronavirus cases but also hospitalizations and deaths Dr Matt Heinz works at Tucson Medical Center you're supposed to be professional and have a kind of respectful emotional distance but it's hard not to be a little bit heartbroken yourself you have to call and tell the family that you know your mom's not with with us anymore by the end of the week there were more than 3000 corporate 19 patients in Arizona hospitals pushing intensive care unit capacity to an all time high of 91 percent Florida reported a record number of cases more than 10000 on Thursday followed by some 9500 Friday I divert water

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Arizona and other states battle record numbers of cases

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00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Arizona and other states battle record numbers of cases

"States continue to struggle with ever growing corona virus cases and hospitalizations Arizona is one of many states seeing big increases in not only coronavirus cases but also hospitalizations and deaths Dr Matt Heinz works at Tucson Medical Center you're supposed to be professional and have a kind of respectful emotional distance but it's hard not to be a little bit heartbroken yourself you have to call and tell the family that you know your mom's not with with us anymore by the end of the week there were more than three thousand corporate nineteen patients in Arizona hospitals pushing intensive care unit capacity to an all time high of ninety one percent Florida reported a record number of cases more than ten thousand on Thursday followed by some ninety five hundred Friday I divert water

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"matt heinz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:55 min | 1 year ago

"matt heinz" Discussed on AP News

"Cities and states across the south and west are seeing big jumps in corona virus cases and hospitalizations Dallas mayor Eric Johnson put it bluntly wear a mask Johnson says his city Houston and other parts of Texas are going the wrong way our case numbers and R. hospitalization numbers which we've been tracking daily are headed in the wrong direction at the Tucson Arizona Medical Center Dr Matt Heinz says patients are younger folks in their twenties thirties and forties actually you know have pretty bad outcomes and in some cases actually die among the other states setting single day case records this week California Mississippi Nevada and Oklahoma I timid wire

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"matt heinz" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"matt heinz" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"One point four eight million people applied for jobless benefits last week the study declining claim suggests the job market has started a slow recovery from the pandemic Dallas mayor Eric Johnson calling it the single most important thing you can do to slow the spread of covert nineteen wear a mask issuing his plea amid a rise in the number of coronavirus cases and more than a half dozen states among states setting single day infection records this week Arizona California and Mississippi Nevada Texas and Oklahoma Tucson Medical Center physician Matt Heinz says covered nineteen is affecting all demographics spittle each scene and fortunately jokes in their twenties thirties and forties actually you know have pretty bad outcomes and in some cases actually doctor first South Korea now Turkey questioning claims made in that new book by former national security adviser John Bolton presidential spokesman has described the book as misleading one sided and manipulative in its accounts of Turkish president recip Tayyip add accounts conversations with president Donald Trump against communication director for her eighteen L. tunes set pulses but was driven by political considerations and personal gain he accused the former national security adviser of using serious diplomatic conversations but his M. political agenda Bolton claimed in the memoir that trump sought to interfere in an investigation into Texas state ten Bangkok bank in an effort to cut deals with that again I'm Karen Thomas Bayer AG says it will pay up to ten point nine billion dollars to settle litigation over the weekend the roundup claims that it causes cancer on Wall Street right now the Dow is down forty nine points yes and he is off seven the nasdaq thirty eight points lower more on these stories at town hall dot com I love golf and I also think Adolf I tried all the lessons the special swing contraptions the neon brush to use the funny hats the putting all of my change my left pocket I like to say I just happen to have a high golf handicap my friends would say I have a high talent disadvantage locally well I might be fighting some disadvantages on the golf course and I were facing family mortgage team we're lucky to be able to serve listeners with a unique advantage our team is an arm of a bigger company who's a direct lender which means our company gets to use its own money to make its own decisions within its own walls.

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"matt heinz" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

11:39 min | 1 year ago

"matt heinz" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"At even save ideas with a couple of surfers. They're sitting at the beach somewhere. SIP in the A cold one here Matt Heinz well if by cold one you mean Seltzer water than have missile moved in the middle of Thursday workday. Paul how is it that we are this. Summer is now almost all the over unbelievable. It is So by my wife's birthday is this Saturday which a summer beach girl. She's always like why is my birthday literally on the transition to fall on unusual every year. It's just be involved. Yeah I don't know I don't I don't know which I can never remember. Like which day is summarized as follows doesn't happen like at one thirty five on one day or something. Summer has fallen. That's all I'm gonNA tell. You feels that way here today. That is that is absolutely true. Well I appreciate everyone joining us. Another episode of Sales Pipeline Radio here today a very special episode missile. Remember back in the Sitcom days when they would have like he'd say today on a very special episode. Absolutely we have very special we levi featured Josh by a couple of times in the past. We're GONNA have again today to talk a little bit about making great plans and visions into a reality which he is doing magic for our clients every day so excited yes Paul and I hope he gets especially close to the microphone here because we want us here every special word he has to say here. Yes I'm wearing. I'm so this is that we've got a total like packed up System over here. I'm using my my normal blue Yeti. I have headphones on. He did not hear you say that he is literally like he can see you cannot hear you are liberating. I don't mind him that he needs to get really close to the microphone when he when he comfortably close to the two of you sharing I figured out And look this is. This is an amateur amateur podcasts. My friends we have we. Have we have any professional producer but on my side of the microphone is one hundred percent. Amature ever set the precedent. Yeah no well so speaking of that. If you're still listening thank you for joining us today. Sales pipeline radio. We are joining. You live on the funnel media radio network as always to thirty eastern eleven thirty Pacific for those of you listening During Your Work Day thank you very much for joining us. If you're listening on the podcast whether this is your first episode or two hundred episode we appreciate. Haven't we have strict by the one hundred thousand. I was in user level and we continue to grow our audience. It is amazing and humbling a nice so thankful for everyone listening so thank you very much joining us and if you want to catch up or if you missed one someday and you want in to listen to any other episode you can get. Every episode of sales pipeline radio past present and future at sales pipeline radio DOT COM. We are featuring each week some of the best and brightest ATIS minds in sales and marketing. This week is no different on a very special episode zeal radio. We have josh by as he is a client engagement manager here at Heinz market. He's been with us for over four years. which in and of itself is amazing? Josh the fact that you stuck with us and that we have that you have not given up on this This this this frame living in the closet on. Yeah because I had to have josh here. And we've had josh on the program before a couple of times talking about a variety topic. But what I want to do today is talk about the difference between thousand foot level and ground level quite and honestly. I think that was talking about this the other day. There's so many frameworks. There's so much research out there about what you could do. There's there's benchmarks frameworks and strategic guidance and lots of ideas of what campaigns can look like. When when I was at Microsoft we spent a lot of time writing powerpoint decks? And you're not gonNA do anything off. POWERPOINT DAK moving strategy into execution and moving vision into actual results requires a focus on the right work and so I want to spend some time talking about that and Josh I mean I know specifically with climbs lines you've been working with we've been refining this process. Talk a little bit about what it takes to take a good idea. You know. Executive sponsor comes into the room waves. Their arms says here's what you WanNa do your CMO oh comes in has an idea they leave and expected to get to get publicity expected to get executed. What does it take to do that? Well first of all Matt thank you for having me on the third time unofficially a recurring guest. I'm a big fan a couple more times. You'RE GONNA be an five timers club. We'll get your jacket. We'll get to the whole deal that we find well to answer your question. I think that like the hardest part about turning strategy into tactics is really the fact that you really need to make sure that that what you're doing can can actually be implemented. It's one thing to just say like I WANNA navy program right but then it's another thing to actually think through well. What are the individual pieces that actually makeup that ABM program? And how can we actually turn those pieces in executionable tactics and so the way that we started doing it. And this is a framework like you said it's constantly been been refined over the years that I've been here and even before then and I feel like we've come to a pretty good place with in how we turn these strategies into more tactical things one of them is that we like to build out the approach that we use so so based on the theme or the concept that we're going for understand you know we'll what sales involvement in this what's marketings involvement in. This what are the different collaborative activities at each of the teams are doing and then from there we can then determine okay. What makes sense here? Is it outbound. Marketing are we doing inbound marketing. Is this a direct mail play. There's going to be a one to one on sales approach play and then from there you can continue to kind of refine that and dig down deeper to really better understand. You know who's responsible for what. When are these different initiatives going to take place and then from there? You can better determine your next steps so I I love that. I mean there's a lot of moving parts right when you get execution and I think think knowing what some of those are up front is really important to making them work. When you first started answering that you said he talked about like having these grand visions and making sure that there are things you can execute I think sometimes we? We don't necessarily know that right and you know knowing. We don't necessarily want to stifle the creative process. We don't want to stifle the brainstorming up front and saying what you know what if what if we did this this. What if we tried that? Just because we don't know we can execute it but my question to you is not about how to brainstorm that if you take an idea and figure out how to execute it if it doesn't work or it's due complicated or simply isn't possible like what that process and how do you sort of create some realistic expectations. Your client with your boss on what could actually get implemented either at all or or within profitable economics of the pipeline. I think that a lot of people typically come into a room for marketing and they have a list list of campaign ideas. And that's great like you can have as many ideas as you want. I don't care if you have ten twenty thirty you can tell me as many ideas as you want but when it comes time to actually turn those into a plan like we need to really focus up and I think that the way that you do that is you understand. Where's the low hanging fruit? What opportunities do we have now that that we can utilize and make the most of now? Okay you have an email. Marketing program will then outbound email. Sounds like a good way to do it if you don't have a re targeting system for example apple may be re targeting isn't in phase one but it's something that you can work towards so I think it's a matter of understanding and acknowledging what can you do now and being okay the fact that you might not be able to do something that you want to do in the next thirty days but you can work towards that for the next sixty or ninety talking today on sales pipe. Brian Radio with Hines Marketing Klein engagement manager. Josh Baya's he is a plant. Daddy is a death cab for superfan and we're talking about how to take things from strategy into the execution the other elements in. Doing that is time right so you can have your. CEO Your CMO come into the room wave arms. This is why I'm GonNa try this. I want to get this out there. Hey let's let's get this focused on. Let's get this done. Things never happen as fast as sometimes we want them to. I mean even internally is get a little more sophisticated in how we manage hines marketing marketing marketing. Now I am the client and I'm like how is it. Take this long. It's not just you know because you got all these systems it takes time to get this done right especially when you're doing wing. Larger programs more complex programs that have many layers of integration and complexity across sales and marketing let alone across marketing channels. Yeah it also doesn't help when you you as a climate cancel a meeting without telling me I mean that's great. Yeah let's let's air all our dirty laundry on the episode great. I think timing is obviously important Jordan. I I need to work on this I- notoriously would air on doing things faster. I think that myself like I know the level evil of work that I'm able to do in the level of time that I'm typically able to do it but when you start working with a team and the larger team grows you need to start being aware of how other people were how other people time they're different deliverables and how they integrate with the rest of the program and I think that in terms of timing. It's probably better to err on the side of caution if you think that something typically takes five days to do adding that little extra wiggle room to make that six or seven Vindaloo even can make or break up production schedule. It's always better to deliver early anyways. And so if you can set that expectation of front you know something like this. Typically quickly takes between seven to ten days. At least you can have that expectation outlined before you start going into the tactics. What are some of the components I mean? Let's get really tackle here. You know when you think. Think about okay. We've got a great idea. We've got a plan. It's going to take X.. Amount of days x amount of weeks to get it to execution. Are there certain elements of those programs. That take longer than another. If you're looking at things in your boss comes and says how do you condense. This are there certain primary culprits that become the real critical path and the things that really create the most longevity the most take the most time to get campaigns from concept to reality I think and this is something that a lot of organizations including ours. I deal with on every kind of campaign and it's the need for content and it's the need for messaging and I think that a lot of organizations will make the mistake of thinking go well. Let's just launched his campaign we can do it. We have the resources to do it. Let's just launched his campaign but they forget about the key elements of that campaign being. Oh do do we actually have content to offer. Do we have something meaningful that the audience can actually engage with. Do we have the right messaging for this audience. Are we talking to them in a relevant way. Hey that's actually meaningful to them or are we just selling our product. Do even know who our audience is. We might say. Oh I want to target this industry. Okay well that's great But do we have emails for them. Do we know who these people are. Do we even know what kind of titles we WANNA go for. There are so many kind of subsequent pads that you can go on for each of these having a really solid foundation of who your target audience is what you're messing is and what your content is can in really impact the rest of your entire program get lets you be smarter lets you act faster. It lets you be more strategic in that way campaign success or fail Ale in the details right I mean think about. I don't know about you Josh for like in eleven years of doing this fight a nickel for every time I had a client or even a prospect. Say it's just an email. Give me five minutes. I'll write the email we'll get it out in a professional market will say okay. So what are you going to say. And why does the prospect care about that. And by the way WHO's going to go to and you have accurate up-to-date contact information information for them. Is it going to get delivered. Is it going to look good. Are you going to spell check it. Is Anyone GonNa do quality control to make sure the inadvertently accidentally which we all do all the time with emails that we just right in outlook to each other right. So I don't mean to get into sort of rapid fire mode just to sort of make anyone feel bad. Says I can write an email in five minutes. Sure you can but as Mark Twain once said if you'd given me more more time I would have written a shorter letter I mean. Sometimes it's worth taking more time to get it right when you send out something when your prospects or customers get content from your marketing from you that is.

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"matt heinz" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

Sales Success Stories

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"matt heinz" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

"Ingram and today's tip comes from my friend Matt Heinz Matt is the President of Heinz Marketing and has been a true thought leader in the sales and marketing space for over a decade now he is basically a good idea machine and here's the one he's got for us today. Hi this is Matt Hines hindes founder and President of Heinz Marketing in this is my sales tip for today. You know there's a lot of things I could cover. There's a lot of things that we do with our clients as well as things we do internally from a sales his perspective but the one thing that I think is accessible and important for everybody is to have a set of daily habits to have a disciplined approach to things you're doing on a daily basis sometimes times. It's a bunch of little things that add up to helping yourself create more predictable pipeline. I have what I call it my daily do list. It's on my task list every day. Once I take it off off of the tassels for the data automatically shows up on the next business day and it's based on a checklist of things that I need to do every day to feed my network to end in defeat my pipeline. I have have a version of this is actually laminated that I take with me when I travel but you know even if you just have it in your inbox or just as a piece of paper I think reminding yourself of those little things those tactics tactics those habits that help drive behavior and help drive results is really important so for example on mine. You know it's a reminder look at my calendar from yesterday the meetings the meetings as I had to make sure I've done follow up to make sure I've connected with people on Lincoln to make sure I've sent any thank you notes or whatever else they need to do. There's a reminder to look at a few different filtered reports sports for me in salesforce in our market automation platform to look at you know the accounts that we're tracking to look for buying signals to look for any changes to look for you know behavior with our content that I can a follow up with we also have a series of filters in linked in that can tell us about particular trigger events. If someone in my first connections has changed jobs that could be a trigger event that could lead to some opportunity so looking at that on a daily basis in knowing what my follow up processes is important. That's all documented in my daily dualist. If you're listening to this you'd like like a copy of a sample of what my daily listen. I'm happy to share it with you. Then we cannot make that available somehow I'm sure the Scott figure out how to do that and we could put a link That he put it up on slide share or whatnot. I guess the moral of the story on that for me is that there's always room for strategic improvement thinking about like. Who are we targeting geting. How are we going after them. But you know the top one percent of sales people will consistently tell you that their success is tied to consistence repeatable behavior. It's it's doing the little things is doing them. Every day. It's putting in the time and effort to do those things on regular repeatable predictable basis so that's what I got this about Hines hines marketing. Thanks so much for listening thing now. Matt sent me the P._D._F...

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"matt heinz" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"matt heinz" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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"matt heinz" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"matt heinz" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"They're getting buying signals. They're finding opportunities to engage. Translating insight into action can sometimes be difficult for people understanding okay like so. I see that I should contact someone. I see that something happened in their business. Like how exactly do I reach out to. We just call and say hey I saw this. Do I call and use that as a way to sell l. someone like what are some of the best practices you've identified in that you guys evangelize at nudge for how to translate those insights into a next step in an action. That's a really great question actually the question actually that we are right now working with customers customers on because it's very different from say a B._D._r.. Respected how site where you may just want to high level mentioned something to show all you're trying to show in that situation is hey. I actually spent some legitimate time looking at you and your company and your situation versus just rafting out a series of of emails of La la La thought versus in sales process when you're actually engaging where you actually have to provide context around the insight because you're not just now trying to say hey respond to my email. You're actually trying to show you understand in their business and so what we actually developed is a series of play books that looked at different insect types whether it's an exact change or earnings announcement or a event or of your product line and then allow in that disorder chiller by the role all within the sales profits because it is so as playbook sound interesting are those are those available primarily that customers you have those available up on the website as well yeah right now. They're with customers but certainly we will be publishing them because we think that you know that content tactic for anyone that consuming it is other people develop their own labels again insight driven type sales activities and so yes the answer yet. That's up will be available soon but right now. We're working on him with customers. Now it's great. I definitely look forward to checking that. I think that is a big. It's a big gap for a lot of companies and I think his company's not only think about how to do this. <hes> you know with individuals but how to scale it like you know. What can they do to achieve that we are unfortunately running out of time already on sales pipeline radio? I want to thank our guest politician. Who's the CEO and Co founder of nudge again highly highly recommend checking out the checkout the product give it a whirl? They got lots of great content on relationship selling as well check out a nudge and U.. D. G. E. Dot A._I.. Put a link to that next co notes <hes> speaking of show notes. If you WANNA hear a replay of our conversation with Paul you WanNa show that was some of your colleagues you can check that out in a couple of days sales pipeline radio DOT COM..

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"matt heinz" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

11:13 min | 2 years ago

"matt heinz" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Attempt to feature some of the brightest minds in sales and marketing with a focus on those that are both executing executing as well as creating some of the tool strategies and everything else that's helping to make us create more scalable more predictable more efficient a sales and marketing pipelines than the excited today to have joining US politics Shema who has a long history in the B._B._C. World has spent a quite a bit of time with alachua in Oracle Rogers communication and is now the CO founder and C._E._o.. Of Nudge Software Paul thanks very much for joining us today on sales pipeline radio. Thanks for having me. I'm pumped me on the show awesome awesome well. I mean you guys are doing some really awesome. Stuff at nudge software WANNA get into that talk about a little bit of your background sort of where you've come from on the B._B._C. Sales and marketing side and so two how that came together one over three years ago I guess when sort of nudge was born yet right and you it would really started way back at your level of fourteen years ago. When Steve was an I started that that company up in the marketing side of the House and I think through that journey and working with marketing and sales execs we saw time time again how <hes> the best sales L. People did this incredible job managing relationships in their network and use that as part of the reason to get into a deal to help move a deal along or close the deal and we want to really help salespeople today especially in this modern world of thousands of connections and followers? I use their network better more business and that's where we found it much and I really love what you guys are doing. I mean there's clearly there are relationship management tools all over the place. Some people see that as part of what C._R._M.. Does I mean a lot of people use linked in Lincoln sales navigator. They don't want to talk a little bit about how nudges different sort of how you guys aren't just reinforcing communicating where relationships are but but leveraging relationships strength to help find the strongest path to deals strongest path velocity within target deals. You're going after talk live about the importance of that as a differentiator in in driving more efficient interactions with your prospects yet. You and I think it starts off with by the way Lincoln Affect Traffic is that work at certainly will never be replaced but I think one of the challenges that created get from it due to its own success that connection today online then don't always represent a true relationship but I think sales professionals. I talked to you time and time again. They're saying that that is actually a challenge and so by focusing on actually tracking the strength of relationships. <hes> by tying into the communications matter like email calvert foam we can then provide sales professionals sales executive to believe to see who actually does have a good relationship at an account or with a buyer that they're trying to engage with and as you know eighty percent of all V._D._B.. By their started with a referral and the rub you always wanted to be the first in or be brought into a trusted referral starts. The relationship often a really strong strong. Oh talking today. I'll sales pipeline radio with politics SHEMA. Who is the CEO of Doug? You can learn more about nudge nudge N. U.. D. G. E. Dot A._I.. Definitely Courage to check it out. Give it a test drive because I've been playing with this tool. I mean I love it. I use it I use literally every day and it gives me insights into not just my prospects but also network where I should be playing putting attention made you see this. Is this a social selling tools as a referral tool. Is this in A._B._M.. Tool is it unfair to categorize it like how you guys sort of place that into some of the some of the categories of focus for a lot of B. Two B. Marketers today so good question. I think we have two parts of the tool. Certainly one is four more social personal network almost like a personal here and that's the free product that you can get but the the one that we've come up more recently the B. Two B. team product is really focused on outbound sales so certainly we've been buckled under the sort of the Avian C._B._S.. Category of tools especially for sales and again we think about outbound going to need accounts. Those accounts is much more about quality quantity ineffectiveness versus efficiency so the idea that you can use a <hes> relationships help better present yourself in a large account certain where we're Pogos Hillary Valley. It's a great way to position. It and I think it was a salesperson. I mean coming from a small consulting for myself where I am the sales team <hes> you know it's it's enormously helpful. Talk a little bit how the scales I mean if you scale this out to a broader sales team I mean is this a sales I mean I think you guys call this modern sales platform is this something to sales team is bringing in is this something marketing is bringing in to the sales organization like where's the primary entry point you know we have people people that are in the sales side as well as the marketing side listening like how do they bring this in. It was the opportunity for scale across an entire sort of sales or marketing organization to make this effective. You know I think that would be fair a lot of times. We're going into the organization I because we do have the free three product may ten thousand users on that so they're already getting the chance to try a part of the value proposition of very quickly and so we brought in sometimes because we have ten users at an accountant and we get introduced to the manager or director level who then we can show them the enterprise this product more and more resistance situations. I'm sure you're well Matt where <hes> an Agr team or your teammate report into marketing and we may be brought into the Martin House as well because they are responsible for cultivating accounts and bringing them do certain point that you can hand them off with sales organization rotation. That's what they fail start or starting to see more interest from the Martin size well especially in the navy and play yeah. It's it's interesting to hear you say that I think the as more and more companies develop the dedicated sales enablement teams which sometimes come from the marketing team sometimes come from within sales but as that effort is focused on increasing efficiency of sales teams providing content tools technology to you know not only provide more efficiency but I mean I think in your position you talk about the strongest path the buyers. Are you seeing more marketers. Look at this as it from a sales enablement perspective. Is You know you see moving forward this as a bigger opportunity for marketers to embrace work they can do to more directly impact sales effectiveness in conversion. Listen I think so and I think that you can take a step out another just think about the marketers dilemma especially in the county scenario rate do have a lot more of a move to support function versus source of needs right the named accounts silky or engage in some some groups and subgroups that are less it larger buying committees and so what they're left with is. How do I make sure I don't over target? The people are already engaged in focus on the influencers shortness. They're showing up the meetings until they really need to get a better understanding of. We're the relationships are starting to Bill Zale team and the account and we're there week where they're not doing well getting penetration and with a jewel like nudge you can actually provide that data real time basis at a contact and account that whole to marketing into some so they can really target the support function around he relationships that salespersons are building and that's a very important thing to do in a cafe strategy so we'll take a quick step back and go a little bit on the way back machine but you started eloquent in September two thousand and you're there for thirteen fourteen years. What number employees were you at Alachua? At that point. I was number three. That's amazing so you were literally. I mean almost from the very start of eloquent just like you are obviously with nudge talk a little what about similarities of early stage companies eloquent clearly is a success story on a number of fronts right. I mean he has has become you know one of the largest marketing automation platforms on the Planet Successful I._P._O.. Successful acquisition but in the early days you know I'm sure that it was not quite that clear or quite that sure thank talk a little bit about you know what it's like to be back in an early stage company. You guys are well beyond employee number three at this point at nudge but you know what is it like to be at that early companies. What are some of the lessons you learned at Alachua? You've been able to port over your time at nudge great question that you know I say that right off the bat. Keeping Larry is wow. It's still a lot of hard work. You know there is no magic bullet to being successful than working hard thinking smart and trying to you know oh be your competition by hustling. I got the same other. They're probably more than ever today but still there. I think there are some differences aside for me not having back my parents has live which was what happened. Two Days for Office Guard up entrepreneur her second timers the one thing even I have the luxury of as one knowing when we added ask for help and then know who to ask for that help and that's because we did invest in our network that fourteen year journey at Ella so we don't know how to do something or something new we can go to that network and say hey you seen this for at least two or three times more than us. Can you give us a version that maybe help us get get us going and we never did that in the early days that quote and we never were smart enough to do that. I think that's a big change so a quick follow on that before. We have to jump off to a break here I mean I think I've seen most entrepreneurs that have done this. Multiple Times have seen failure. Failure is a part of that path to innovation. I've heard different schools of thought to say listen. If you've been through a successful company and Exit Zip Code clearly eloquent was that that really set you up for the next thing. Some people say that actually going through the pain of having an unsuccessful company for valuable I could argue either way and sometimes I think you know having people with both of those perspectives is part of that and you mentioned Steve a couple of times Steve Woods. Who's your co co-founder? One of the cofounders avella fantastic thought leader in the industry as well. You know what your perspective on sort of having starting this again like what are the experiences prepared you for success release best armed you for successfully forward. I think the part that that's pretty hard to understand if you haven't had a big success that through that big there was probably many many serious failures along the way. We were just lucky enough to get through those times that were pretty well closed donald that failure. I think you'd Alachua in the early days. I remember in order to avoid leading rent because we couldn't we couldn't actually money from customers pay rent. We had to sleep in the office. She turns so that the landlord wouldn't kick us out until we collect money and that was supposed to failure got along that journey in taught us the importance to sell customers to imports money upfront unless than staff that were early learned and so I think that on the path to success that Alachua they were many more failures series failures along the way that we had to recover from. We were just one of the lucky ones who got all through those enough to actually get finished. I love that you share that story and I think that it's it's important anybody who's WHO's at a company that you know even if things are going well. There's always things that aren't going the way you want them to know. One of my favorite books from last year was shoe dog by Phil Knight. Who's the founder of? The Chairman of the board at Nike and then in the book starts before he started the company that ends right before the I._P._O.. And most the book is chronically. The many many many times the company almost that they were almost out of money or just on the brink not just failures but just things didn't go the way that you want them to and I think that it is that is the entrepreneurial journey and I appreciate you being willing to share a couple of those stories and you know even for those on the on the on sales pipeline radio here that aren't you know. Startups aren't going through entrepreneurial journeys themselves just to know that that's part of the process even in the company. You're working foreign sales or marketing that is that is the path. There are no shortcuts the path to success in any start up. You know the elevator is broken. You have to take the stairs. Sometimes the stairs are broken so anyway. We got a lot more time to spend here on sales pipeline radio with Paul to Shema. Who's the CO founder and C._E._O.? OF OF NUDGE WE'RE GONNA be talking a lot more about relationship selling relationship marketing how to do that at a strategic and a tactical level. We'll take a break pay some bills we.

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"matt heinz" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

Daily Sales Tips

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"matt heinz" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

"Welcome back to the daily sales tips podcast. I'm your host Scott Ingram. And today's tip comes from my friend. Matt Heinz Matt is the president of Heinz marketing and has been a truth thought leader in the sales and marketing space for over a decade. Now, he is basically a good idea machine. And here's the one he's got for us today. Hi, this is Matt Hines founder and president of Heinz marketing in this is my sales tip for today. You know, there's a lot of things I could cover. There's a lot of things that we do with our clients as well as things we do internally from a sales perspective. But the one thing that I think is accessible and important for everybody is to have a set of daily habits to have a disciplined approach to things you're doing on a daily basis. Sometimes it's a bunch of little things that add up to helping yourself create more predictable pipeline. I have what I call it. My daily do list. It's on my tasks list every day once I take it off of the tassels for the date automatically shows up on the next business day, and it's based on a checklist of things that I need to do every day to feed my network to end in defeat. My. Pipeline. I have a version of this is actually laminated that I take with me when I travel, but, you know, even if you just have it in your inbox or have it just as a piece of paper, I think reminding yourself of those little things those tactics those habits that help drive behavior. Help drivers alz is really important. So for example, on mine, you know, it's a reminder look at my calendar from yesterday, the meetings, the meetings, I had to make sure I've done follow up to make sure I've connected with people on Lincoln to make sure I've sent any. Thank you notes or whatever else you need to do. There's a reminder to look at a few different filtered reports for me in Salesforce in our marketing automation platform to look at you know, the accounts that were tracking to look for buying signals to look for any changes to look for, you know, behavior with our content that I can follow up with. We also have a series of filters in linked in that can tell us about particular trigger events, if someone in my first connections has changed jobs that could be a trigger event that could lead to some opportunity. So looking at that on a daily basis in knowing what my follow up processes is important that's all documented in my daily dualist if. You're listening to this. You'd like a copy of sample of what my daily Dula. So I'm happy to share it with you. Then we cannot make that available. Somehow sure the Scott can figure out how to do that. And we can put a link in to to doing that either put it up on slide share or whatnot. I guess the moral the story on that for me is that there's always room for strategic improvement thinking about like who are we targeting? How are we going after them? But, you know, the top one percents sales people will consistently tell you that their success is tied to consistence repeatable behavior. It's doing the little things as doing them every day. It's putting in the time and effort to do those things on regular repeatable predictable basis. So that's what I got this about Heinz from Heinz marketing, thanks so much for listening. Now, Matt sent me the PDF of his daily do list, and all you have to do to get. It is click on the link in your podcast player or go to daily sales dot tips forward slash twenty three. In addition to the link to the PDF, you'll find links to Hines marketing Matt's sales pipeline radio show as. As well as a couple of his favorite social profiles while you're there. I hope you'll answer the question. Do you have your own documented daily do or daily habits list? If you do I'd love it. If you share it. I'm gonna share mind so jump over and join the conversation at daily sales dot tips forward slash twenty three then come back tomorrow to hear about the three things that every sales professional needs to no end master from Richard. Helen.

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Do This One Thing Daily to Smash Your Goals

Daily Sales Tips

03:31 min | 2 years ago

Do This One Thing Daily to Smash Your Goals

"Welcome back to the daily sales tips podcast. I'm your host Scott Ingram. And today's tip comes from my friend. Matt Heinz Matt is the president of Heinz marketing and has been a truth thought leader in the sales and marketing space for over a decade. Now, he is basically a good idea machine. And here's the one he's got for us today. Hi, this is Matt Hines founder and president of Heinz marketing in this is my sales tip for today. You know, there's a lot of things I could cover. There's a lot of things that we do with our clients as well as things we do internally from a sales perspective. But the one thing that I think is accessible and important for everybody is to have a set of daily habits to have a disciplined approach to things you're doing on a daily basis. Sometimes it's a bunch of little things that add up to helping yourself create more predictable pipeline. I have what I call it. My daily do list. It's on my tasks list every day once I take it off of the tassels for the date automatically shows up on the next business day, and it's based on a checklist of things that I need to do every day to feed my network to end in defeat. My. Pipeline. I have a version of this is actually laminated that I take with me when I travel, but, you know, even if you just have it in your inbox or have it just as a piece of paper, I think reminding yourself of those little things those tactics those habits that help drive behavior. Help drivers alz is really important. So for example, on mine, you know, it's a reminder look at my calendar from yesterday, the meetings, the meetings, I had to make sure I've done follow up to make sure I've connected with people on Lincoln to make sure I've sent any. Thank you notes or whatever else you need to do. There's a reminder to look at a few different filtered reports for me in Salesforce in our marketing automation platform to look at you know, the accounts that were tracking to look for buying signals to look for any changes to look for, you know, behavior with our content that I can follow up with. We also have a series of filters in linked in that can tell us about particular trigger events, if someone in my first connections has changed jobs that could be a trigger event that could lead to some opportunity. So looking at that on a daily basis in knowing what my follow up processes is important that's all documented in my daily dualist if. You're listening to this. You'd like a copy of sample of what my daily Dula. So I'm happy to share it with you. Then we cannot make that available. Somehow sure the Scott can figure out how to do that. And we can put a link in to to doing that either put it up on slide share or whatnot. I guess the moral the story on that for me is that there's always room for strategic improvement thinking about like who are we targeting? How are we going after them? But, you know, the top one percents sales people will consistently tell you that their success is tied to consistence repeatable behavior. It's doing the little things as doing them every day. It's putting in the time and effort to do those things on regular repeatable predictable basis. So that's what I got this about Heinz from Heinz marketing, thanks so much for listening. Now, Matt sent me the PDF of his daily do list, and all you have to do to get. It is click on the link in your podcast player or go to daily sales dot tips forward slash twenty three. In addition to the link to the PDF, you'll find links to Hines marketing Matt's sales pipeline radio show as. As well as a couple of his favorite social profiles while you're there. I hope you'll answer the question. Do you have your own documented daily do or daily habits list? If you do I'd love it. If you share it. I'm gonna share mind so jump over and join the conversation at daily sales dot tips forward slash twenty three then come back tomorrow to hear about the three things that every sales professional needs to no end master from Richard. Helen.

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"matt heinz" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"matt heinz" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"And over again as a reference guide why not download your free copy of the modern marketers field guide. It's free hines marketing dot com just like it sounds H._e._i.. A._N._Z. Marketing Dot Com all right back to matt in his guests and before he does I just got to point out you both had political science background. I was a political science major too so it just shows you the power that degree here the power that degree and also I think you know when you think about the the psychological impact of studying politics through the years and not just U._S.. Politics throughout world history and the nature of political science and think about the the logic and emotion that goes into those waves of decisions and everything it's it's quite interesting there you go that will <hes> so like like Joe said we cover everything here. We got politics. We try. We try not to do a lot of politics around sales by N._A._T._O.. But we do get into we get into a health recommendations. We get into college football. If anyone wants to my way too early top twenty five calls though predictions or more importantly if you WanNa get if you WanNa hear my my Ivy League not getting not going to go there but the so don't ask them about his barbecue recipes. That's another one here now. We'll we'll be done. What fifteen minutes later will beyond that what we got time? We gotta go boy. I totally got off topic. I lost my sales bike went radio. We're back. We did not get a chance to set this up the beginning very well hairball sales pipeline radio if you like what you're hearing today if you're still with us after the Zigzag conversation it is entirely my fault. I'm blaming the flu. I get that I get that chance this week. <hes> definitely check us out. <hes> we are on the itunes and Google play will you can subscribe to every episode. Don't miss a single future episodes in spite when radio you can catch.

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"matt heinz" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"matt heinz" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"B. Sales and marketing industry today is no different. I'm really really excited down joining us today Joe Highland. He is the Chief Marketing Officer for on twenty four Joe. Thanks so much for joining US Matt Glad to be here and I did not realize we'd get we get medical as well as pipeline advice so this this is impressive everything here in Pablo. Tell you like you don't wear out hundred four episodes in we do we do fantasy football picks a week. You know we do weather forecasting we do we we every once in a while. We'll have callers calling with all kinds of random stuff. We can do all kinds of stuff. Speaking of speaking of randomness the question I wanted to start with you. <hes> and I actually asked myself this question sometimes as well. I'm a journalism major ager from from a decent public West Coast Public School <hes> and somehow as journalists political science major high ended up in B. Two B. Marketing. How exactly does he government major from Dartmouth and up slumming with BTV marketing marketing folks like us like what does that career journey look like and how did you get to where you are? Today is a great question <hes>. I'm pretty lucky that I'm I'm here a lot of my a lot of my friends. <hes> are in finance <music> over there traders <hes> and a can't imagine a worst profession. No master plan actually get asked that question a lot and not about my major but you know how to great. How did you become a head of marketing like you must have had this charted it out since you were twenty two? I had absolutely no idea what I what I was gonNA. Do I majored in government. I minored in psychology and Economics and <hes> it's probably the psychology that that led me into marketing <hes> I'm fascinated by what drives people and how people make decisions. It probably makes me really annoying in my personal life <hes> but that's that's what I love about marketing. It's the I think there's a major psychological element to to how you persuade someone to do something anything really <hes> and. You know y by on twenty four over Webex or or go to Webinar <hes>. There's there's a there's an art of persuasion <hes> that perhaps we haven't perfected but <hes> for me. That's that's what I love about marketing so yeah. That's that's why I slama would be to be marketing folks. That's a great answer and I actually I love the background in psychology. I think it's a it's a really easy sound. No Pun intended to say look you got people buying based on logic and emotion in many purchase decisions. You've got multiple members of this line committee. We talk about a lot where you build consensus among those folks to get them to move forward so understanding what makes them tick beyond. Just your your features in your story. <hes> you know makes a lot of sense so a talk a little bit about what you guys are doing out onto me. Foreigners specifically since you're recording this less than two weeks away from Webinar world <hes> wheel were recording live now. We'll have a couple of days for those that are listening before women are world. Talk a little bit about the coming up and why people should <hes> you know a little last minute. Why why does she get registered and get there? Yeah we're psyched for this <hes> so when I got to on twenty four <hes> about three years ago we had I don't remember eleven or twelve hundred customers like a lot of customers and we had we'd never hosted a customer conference and I said to <hes> <hes> my boss and our C._e._o.. Why <hes> and it's a big? It's a big expense. Is You know it's hard to it's hard to have these these events be profitable and it's <hes> you know it takes a lot of planning <hes> and so for took maybe a year and and a half for me to convince him that we should we should invest in this and ultimately we should invest in our customers and there's nothing more powerful than getting your customers together and hearing hearing what's great about you what's great about on twenty four what what sucks about us awesome when what we should improve on <hes> and then ultimately for <hes>. I don't say this at the event but <hes> the truth is <hes> it is it is the gift that keeps on giving for pipeline <hes> getting getting happy customers to to talk talk about how they they love working with you and having prospective customers watch that like a it's like a dry run they don't they don't have to they. Don't have to pay anything the prospects and they get to see what you know what it's like being a customer so that that's why we do the event. It's funny when I called it <hes> when I first proposed it internally. I called it Webinar world pretty much. Everyone in the company said well yeah. It's a great idea. We should do this customer conference but obviously we won't call it Webinar world. What do you mean? Why wouldn't we call it webinars world? That's what we do and they're like. Oh you know maybe fails acceleration demand generation conference. I'm like what does that mean like. No let's say what we do. We provide webinars. We do it better than anyone in the world and we think we think that's a critical function and marketing so hence the name yeah. We'll probably get about one thousand people there. We had about seven hundred and fifty eight hundred last year yeah. We're we're super excited. It's really an opportunity for customers to talk about webinars and talk about how they're using webinars well where where they can improve upon we give a couple presentations presentations <hes> you're giving presentations but it's really about <hes> hearing from peers hearing from experts <hes> and we try to get the heck out of the way and and let that collaboration happen. I think it's going to be a great event. I of course bias because I will be there. I'll be speaking there and I'm looking forward to it but I would argue that doing getting together and talking about webinars is more important now than ever. I mean there's so many people are doing webinars is more important now than ever to make sure they stand out so make sure they they're different to make sure that they can create create value any format that isn't going anywhere but you mentioned something at the beginning of that. You said you know it's hard to make these events profitable and curious. If for you as a marketing leader if you look at this is profitability the goal or something like web in our world. Are you look at this as sort of A. A ultimately a loss leader or a low cost way getting the awareness in pipeline you want how do you think about the balance there the objectives you have with an event of this size yeah. It really depends on who you're asking for me. I don't care about making money at the event. I think that is so incredibly shortsighted. <hes> when we talk about this at the board level I mean it's it's not surprising that we we were encouraged to have this be profitable and I said listen. This is an investment in our customers. I mean this is. This is really an event for our customers. I think ultimately the event will pay for itself but it's it's on the back end and it's it's contract that will be getting out of customers or perspective customers. Excuse me who are considering considering working with on twenty four in the end. Does it work out for us. Yes but I really don't care about that for me if we put we. We've only done one event by the way we did it last year. It was a phenomenal event. I loved it. The idea was to have marketers talk about about things that worked incredibly well for them mostly around webinars but not completely <hes> we talked about integrated campaigns how to do it right how not to do it right how to avoid drive by marketing <hes> how to differentiate yourself <hes> and yeah of course it's been a webinars were involved solved but it was really a marketing conversation versus just a tool or a tactic discussion <hes> so net net will it make money anytime in the near future now <hes> even what we charge doesn't doesn't cover the cost of the event <hes> and a whole bunch of people end up and getting discount codes because for us. It's important that it's an exciting event and we could make it profitable and have two hundred and fifty people there and what's the point <hes> so yeah not our goal and I don't see that changing anytime soon that little more when we come back from our commercial break about integrated marketing and the I think finally we're starting to come back from the growth hacker phase of everything has to be measured. Everything has to have a specific revenue target and as much as my math marketer and I know you are as well you know to to be able to do events like this where you know that they fit into the broader picture that the body of work is required to get you where you WanNa go from revenue standpoint. We'll talk more about that. We ought to pay a couple bills first Brooklyn. We'll be back with more with Joe Hyland. He's The C._M._o.. Von Twenty four we'll be talking more <unk> with Joe About Integrated Marketing sales marketing alignment and lots more. 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"matt heinz" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"matt heinz" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"To brian and his guest everybody brian handford here vice president of marketing performance tines marketing i'm filling in for matt heinz today who normally hosts the sales pipeline radio and i am ran the middle of a really interesting conversation with jeffrey roars who's chief marketing officer with yaks and geoffrey you were talking about the platform and the the data management approach and what's involved there and i'm interested to hear what you're seeing with your clients getting into stuff here what are some of the results that you're seeing or that your clients i should guess i should say are what are they seeing using taking this approach you know one of the first things you see is that uptick in foot traffic to locations because you're essentially eliminating the information that incorrect ecosystem and eliminating friction for people to find information and we all know that you know our smartphones have become an extension of our brains and our our personal navigation system so that's a huge win with interesting those are our analytics give you a deeper level of understanding of how you are really impacting the business because they're showing you analytics that you've never been able to get access to before and that's because when we negotiate the data partnerships were actually negotiating a feedback loop who understand things like how many call requests are coming from your listings or local pages how many requests if you if you happen to put the requests uber button on a page we can tell you how many requests for uber are coming through your listings your pages and so it's this it's this data later that's been hidden from you but gives you a mazing information that allows a marketer to better support the fact that hey the investment not just in yaks is important but you can begin to see how was your other media impact that because you're paying you know if you're a large enterprise kind of customer with brick and mortar you're probably paying an awful lot or medium and you want that media to be driving impact and that's what we we showcase and it's important to recognize that the website remains critically important but it's shrinking in terms of how what percentage of the brand's hutches it actually gives your prospects or your customers people are more often in our own research shows about seventy percent of the time or greater your brand interactions are happening off your site on these third party services and that stands to reason because when i look for something for lunch i'm not going to the company's website i'm going whatever's on google or apple maps at cetera interacting within that ecosystem so it is it is really cool because again it can do this inside you haven't been able to have before about these other types of interactions are actually driving customers into the doors on like how you are anchored just to the website with you know the massive universe of different apps out there that any businesses can be indexed with you know it's it sounds like there's a lot of flexibility that you're you're structured content can be published or proliferate into those apps so you know you're you're taking advantage of the ever changing universe of apps that are that are out there and not just being anchored to websites or to your laptop you know you're you have you have that flexibility that diversity i guess of making information available to your customers wherever they.

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"matt heinz" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"matt heinz" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"And today he grilled defense secretary james mattis about why the white house as not signed off on a new strategy as the situation there deteriorates to the one of the problems is within the administration itself but please don't tell us that wherever strategy when we don't chairman we're ventured a strategy free time and we are scrambling to put together the new strategy was actually expected a couple of weeks ago mattis now says it will be ready midjuly a rematch is taking shape in next year's election for the second congressional district in southern arizona tucson fish physician dr matt heinz says he will run as a democrat hoping to challenge republican incumbent martha mix sally he did lose to mix sally back in november in a news release hindes claims of pole just last month showed him leading mix alibi four percentage points in a potential match up three other democrats have also declared for the seat well it is day to in in the murder trial of an arizona woman accused of killing her 10yearold cousin police say amy deal with stuffed inside a plastic storage container where she suffocated in temperatures exceeding one hundred degrees the prosecution says that it was punishment for taking a popsicle emmys cousin samantha alan is accused of helping her husband jon allen lock deal in that box and then leaving her outside overnight in the middle excuse me of july in two thousand eleven a traffic stop at north phoenix leads to a father abandoning his fouryearold daughter police polling over the vehicle near twenty nine th avenue in peoria when the passenger took off running leaving his little girl in the backseat police noticed the girl notified the girl's family her mother picked her up took her home police still looking for her dad the annual kids count data book from the anne e casey foundation shows arizona is still near the bottom but showing some improvement when it comes to child wellbeing arizona is.

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