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"spin sucks" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee
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Just because we have twenty billboards you know that the rate would like what's the starter set. Where would you tell somebody to start off with sure? Yeah usually I mean. I'm not naive enough to think that we don't need the vanity metrics because they do tell something so we did you start with things like website. Traffic fans and followers email subscribers and things like that. That's usually where people stop and that's for us. That's the very very beginning because it doesn't tell you a lot from a business perspective but it does tell you if something's working or not so if you see a decrease in website traffic suddenly you know that something has is. I have a great example. I was in clients Alex Account last week and I saw on January sixth and February sixth Huge spikes in traffic and I was like what is happening in ended up that they were being attacked through. A cookie bought that they were using. But you know those are the kinds of things that you should be paying attention to because at the very top level you it will tell it will give you enough information to be able to tell if something's working or it's not start there and then as you start to go down you can do attribution in you can take attribution than lead that into marketing leads marketing qualified and then says qualified and then closing conversion. So you know there are certainly different metrics at all those levels but you definitely. I don't see an issue starting with website traffic in email subscribers and fans and followers all right and then how about so for the next year. Obviously this new program educational opportunities for pesos huge. What else are you excited about? What else is going on? That's all we're doing it's big. It's huge I mean. We've been working on it since last summer bay in. We're joined now launching it. So it's one of those things where as a business owner you're trying to figure out what's realistic in terms of revenue and there's certainly a revenue share with Syracuse in. How we figure all that out and so just for me for my perspective China. Figure out all those pieces to on top of it all is. Yeah that's ongoing. Well that's great. You're very inspirational and that you are. You're doing even beyond Agile Agile Marketing. It's like going out there and you're the one cutting the trail through the jungle trying to figure out what the heck is going on. I mean it's making up everything on the Dan the fly. How do you cope with that? The fact that risk is such a huge part of what you're dealing with everyday. I mean. Enjoy it last year. Twenty nineteen was really roughly took a lot of risk in the costs a lot of money and we didn't see a return so that was rough but I was just saying to my team yesterday. It's interesting that we didn't do this particular particular thing three or four years ago when we probably should have. But I'm glad we didn't because we've learned so much and we've learned how to use paid social especially to translate to sales in the last three years that we didn't have we didn't have that knowledge and we've learned how to use a learning management system to help students through a process and we've learned how to do adult education and so we've learned all that stuff and certainly it's been risky and it's cost us a lot of money in their lots of failures. But I think it's given the opportunity to really warrant. How all this works so that we can bring the best products forward yet is crazy. This is just. Nothing's ever linear. It's like every once in a while you start getting paid for stuff that you're like I never thought I'd make a buck on that and the other things that you know doing well our challenge all right so if people WANNA learn more spin sucks dot com of course the easiest place to go. I don't know any. Do you put your social presence out there. Do you want people to follow you on twitter? That stuff yeah. I mean it's all just my name but go to sprint flex so you could just click buttons so foul. That sounds great. We'll have links to that and the latest stuff on pay so you can check that out and of course you can always sign up for the marketing or coffee newsletter. So that you don't have to write down. These links are to dues as you're operating heavy machinery or drinking alcohol or whatever you're doing because we don't want you to get her. Just get the newsletter. It's that easy. Dot DIGITAL DOT COM. Sign up at the site will send you the links out so you can just click can go and always works Ginny Dietrich. Thanks for joining us today. Abby finally right that will do it for this week so until next week. Enjoy the coffee. You've been listening to marketing over coffee. Christopher Penn looks at Christopher SPN DOT com read more from John J J W fifty one fifty dot com. The marketing over coffee theme song is called Mellow G by Funk nastiest and you can find it at musicality for Mexico or.
"spin sucks" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee
"In their very they very much want to spend some money so trying to convince them to spend money and other things like social curation Things like that. Yeah I think it just depends but certainly you have to have content in order to do the other media types. Yeah okay so that's interesting that you said social curation next because my question for you on social was going to be and it seems like social. Isn't the same as it? Was You know five years ago? You could just organically going do a great job and social and traffic would come pouring in and now it seems like most of the time you have to buy your way into it but it doesn't seem like that's always the case though too so I mean talking about curation. How can you make that work? I'm a big Fan. We keep talking about curse but having a conversation last summer where I said one of the biggest challenges that I have from social perspective is getting enough content to share consistently. That's not our own and it takes me. It was at that point taking me an hour hour and a half every day and I just don't have the time anymore. The the trouble with delegating Matt is you know when you're quote unquote flat leader. It's hard to find somebody to do that for you in crispy. Chris said well I can get a robot to do it all like okay. Let's see any day Created this on what he did. He Blake mixed some stuff up his computer now he sits out the CSV file and it allows me to be able to continue to share released thoughtful content that I'm not having to curate myself. You know I certainly spot check at all. But then spending my time from an organic standpoint actually engaging in talking and building community versus curated content are right. Yeah so FCC full disclosure then we have to mention. That Ginny is an advisor to trust sites. And so she's using the content scanner which is very cool product. That Chris a safety so much time. That's it you just have. We have machine learning that goes through reads hundreds of thousands of articles every week and so it just picks out the best stuff and it definitely just takes hours out of your day just normally be scanning through garbage. We can just give you the top staff so we can check that. Of course. We're always mentioning that you can learn more at trust insights dot. Ai If you want to learn more about the skin what's going on there okay. How about on the paid front? What's going on there? Is there anything you know? The people need to keep an eye on or is it still kind of the same classic deal of Create Compelling Pitch and make sure you've got all the you know the line of the infrastructure in order so that it actually flows through or is there anything special going on that you're watching close. Yeah I would say that for sure but also we've seen a massive shift in facebook instagram advertising in even though it tends to still be the most effective especially for return on investment standpoint. It's getting more expensive and it's getting more competitive so you don't we're looking at. We actually stopped our facebook and instagram advertising last September. Just to test some things as we're going back to email in email isn't necessarily paid would say it's sort of Intersex the paid in the own but it's more effective than it doesn't Yeah yeah well. What about email would you put over in the paid side or you mean like doing emails from through third party vendors or yeah? I mean you've gotta pay for the software and things like that so it's not inorganic in because you do have. There is a cost associated with it so under conventional PR. I've put targeting social targeting media and unconventional PR. People do stunts. But what other stuff you know that used to be in your basic. Pr Basket Have you brought forward kind of wear d? Put PR activities into peso or is it just all across the board all the time of across the board and you know one of the things one of the conversations we continue to have is marketing in communications? The lines referring right and a lot of studies show right now that communications will not exist in five years that it will be marketing. And if your communications professional you will become a quote unquote marketing specialists. Or whatever happens to be but your title will no longer be communications even though you may be doing what. I'll call the traditional PR types of things media relations experiential events reputation management crisis those kinds of things content for sure and that's because marketing understands how to to correlate the efforts or the output to the outcome of an organization appears. Not There yet right. All of them that are not just serving this straight up. We have an exclusive today. This is the first time anybody's talking about what you've got going on with. Pesonen rolling that out for education because instead of just sitting back and saying well let's let communication disappear and vanish. You've stepped up and have put an analytics package together. And what the art of disappear one of the things that we've noticed over the last few years in like I said if I had known the peso was going to take off like it has I would have put some more strategic insight or four four thousand into it but One of the things that we've noticed is schools are using it in their curriculum but not recklessly and we've also noticed it professionals are saying that they they implement the pace model and they're showing the graphic but they're not actually doing it. They're still doing the more traditional. Pr Things and so as we started to look at this. I started last summer. To have some conversations with universities and we have created a partnership with Syracuse there S. I newhouse school for Public Communications To do two things number one create curriculum around the peso model that their students have to take and pass in order to graduate with a PR degree from Syracuse. And the second thing is is that we've created a certification with them. So now you can get you can go through pace model curriculum become certified and you have a certification that says not only am. I A strategic communicator. I understand how to use the peso model. But I can demonstrate results and I have proof of that from Syracuse insects. Right and so. How about both at the collegiate and professional level? What's the crimes against pay? Show that you see. What are the things that people say? They're doing pay so they actually do something else. Mostly what we see is that they're not doing. They may do earned shared or earned in homes. But they're not doing everything and they don't want the magic of peso is to two things when you use the four media types together and they intersect correctly and what happens. Is You build a forty or reputation and you do that both online and off. When you do that online things happened like your your search engines. Rankings improving your waiting for the approves all of those things that happened with lead generation and that kind of thing but also off line. You know people look to you as as the expert or to your executives. They look to us the later. You've built a reputation that has something to do with the way you think about your products. That happens as well as you're able to measure it so now you can attribute all the work that you're doing all these outputs to an actual outcome so if your outcome or if your goals are cells driven which most organizations are you can actually prove that you have an effect on that if it's things like more donors raising more money you know if you're on the non-profit side you can prove that as well and that's that's the biggest thing that we see is that they're not they're not integrating the for media types either at all or correctly in order to do those two things. Yeah that's fantastic totally. See that because that is. That's suddenly now you get it on the Seo side it's like kind of all these different properties all linking different ways. That's yeah that's the magic. The Ghoul wants to see if that is the magic. Are we have to pause this for a moment? I WanNa Thank Express. Vpn for their support of marketing. 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"spin sucks" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee
"Marketing over coffee with Christopher and John. Good Morning Welcome to marketing over coffee. I'm John Wall Today. We're GONNA be talking about PR marketing measuring everything. The peso model and the person behind peso is ginny dietrich. She's the founder and CEO of Spin Sucks and hosted. The sprint sucks podcast. She's run grown an agency over the past fourteen years and also co author of marketing in the Round Ginny. Dietrich thanks for joining us today. I wish people could see you because your hands are like I do. Oh that's a whole new thing to we're doing squad. Cast is a new tool that I've tried and we were on caster forever and then caster is like good most of the time. The thing squad cat has been a little bit better like the sounds a little bit better. But it's also been wonky. I'd had one or two fail so the backup recorder the bet. Yes we live and die by the backup and people are like to teach the batteries on the yes. We need to change the batteries. Let's start though for people who don't know you. I. It's funny too. I was thinking I was like. Why hasn't she been on so much earlier? Funny you're like. Would you like to be gassed? And it was like cheese John. I thought you'd never ask. I mean it's only been like fifteen years Bamut it's been for at least came up with the reason. I figured out what the deal was. So much of what you do is groundbreaking and cutting edge stuff in measurement and stats and we have a guy who's I will tell the story really quickly. I was on a conference call yesterday with web in. Its but they told me that they are data scientists like Oh really. We'll tell me more. I started to ask questions so then I said we'll do you know Christopher Penn and they're like no no who that is. I'll just you that we're done. We're out here. No data scientists. Y'All know Christopher pen was going with that we gotta get back on measurement arm. Okay so tell us about what you do for sprint. Sucks though you have a picture. What's your what's your your pitch. Oh okay so it's been sucks. You know it started as a blog in two thousand six in. It was a complete and utter disaster. And Truth be told. I have zero idea why we kept going because for the first three years it was a whole but I think there wasn't anything to compare it to an so we just kept going and it literally took three years before we started to go. Well I get how this digital marketing thing works in how blogging fits into it and so from there. It became a book. I did a ton of speaking in marketing. The book traveling the world and Blah Blah Blah Blah. And then. I had a small one and decided I needed to stay home at not needed to wanted to. So we looked at how we could take the things that we teach at a theoretical level on spin sucks and dignity into a practical level and do that professional development so today we had this been six academy which does online courses coaching. And so you you've been able to transition from agency running this for everybody to giving people the you know the teaching a man how to fish kind of thing. Yeah A. N. we've really gone from the agency. Side Does B. Two B. Manufacturing communication since we've gone from that and we still do that but more into teaching communicators that just the theory that the practice. Okay and then the cornerstone of this. Well I say it's the cornerstone but you could tell me otherwise there but peso the whole idea behind being the measure. What's going on and kind of your pr? And you're all the way across all your digital marketing tells more about that based on model is this is sort of like the blog like it just came out of something and became something that. I didn't anticipate it was the process that we used internally at the agency and we were using paid earned. Sheridan owned media. But we were calling it that we were certainly doing content in social end some search engine marketing and of course media relations reputation in thought leadership and all that kind of stuff and we had a process but we named it and so when. I wrote the book. The publisher said to me He. Can you put a name to this and create a diagram so we sat in a conference room when we just started putting things up on the whiteboard to see what we could come up with and we went back and forth because we we believe that you should start with content with owned media and go to earned or shared and then paid and so you know but that acronym work all ESPN OS EP? It just didn't work and finally were like wait a works so one of the arguments get from communicators as we never start with paid media and I agree. We don't so you don't have to start paid media because of the acronym is in that order but what that's what we did so I named the peso model at that time the ACO model existed. You know people were talking about insured on but they hadn't added that the pay pieces especially in our industry and then I had a designer design a graphic and it just went. I mean took off if I had realized that it was going to do that. I would've put some more strategic into it but I didn't I mean it was literally because my publisher said. Can you put a name to this? End Critic right right and bundled up. That's the thing that everybody misses. I mean is that it's so easy to create these models and and do all this analysis but if you can't bundle it up into something easy to remember you know it's your. It's it's only going to be adopted by the people that exercise and eat right. They're the only ones that have the discipline to like. Dig It all this whereas you can throw peso at anybody and they now. Suddenly you've unlocked their world for them. Yeah and the end. They use it as a planning tool. They use it as a measurement tool they use it. You know it presentations. They use it with clients to say. Hey listen we can use this model to demonstrate results and it's it has changed the world for PR industry for Short are. We're GONNA talk more about that and what's going on all those fronts moment. We have to pause and think. H refs for their support of marketing over coffee address makes competitive analysis. Easy their tool show you how your competitors are getting traffic from. Google and y you can see the pages and content that send them the most search traffic find out the exact keywords their ranking foreign which back links are helping them rank from there you can replicate or improving their strategies. I've got a link to video one of Chris's. Us answer he's talking about using a data. Exporting and then doing further statistical analysis on it to basically prove if social is affecting organic results or post length affects it and so from checking out that video. You'll be able to see how he takes data even beyond the Basic DASHBOARDS and reports. You can get but of course I use it every day. We're always checking out. Competitors and other websites to see who's got the domain rating and see how they stack up against competitors and who's actually for real or WHO's not for real so if you're not getting significant search traffic tools also help find topics worth creating pages or content on. You can easily see estimated search volumes engage traffic potential with the keywords explorer. Remember it's h rifts but spelled H. R. E. F. S. dot com so that's a HR AF DOT com. Check it out until the marketing over coffee and we thank them for their support of the show. Okay so talk about on the east and Christie's say don't lead with paid. Where do you normally see folks leading with? What's at the topless where they start? Usually you know I I really i. It certainly depends but for most organizations. You really want to start with owned because if you don't have owned you don't have anything to share on social. You don't have anything to prove to journalists that you have something significant And you certainly don't have anything paid so I would. I would always start there and then it sort of depends like I have a client right now. Really wants to do paid media. Their businesses just launched in January and. I'm like no. We have other things we need to do first. Let's not spend money yet. I keep pushing them back but.
Gini Dietrich talks PESO and Spin Sucks
"Good Morning Welcome to marketing over coffee. I'm John Wall Today. We're GONNA be talking about PR marketing measuring everything. The peso model and the person behind peso is ginny dietrich. She's the founder and CEO of Spin Sucks and hosted. The sprint sucks podcast. She's run grown an agency over the past fourteen years and also co author of marketing in the Round Ginny. Dietrich thanks for joining us today. I wish people could see you because your hands are like I do. Oh that's a whole new thing to we're doing squad. Cast is a new tool that I've tried and we were on caster forever and then caster is like good most of the time. The thing squad cat has been a little bit better like the sounds a little bit better. But it's also been wonky. I'd had one or two fail so the backup recorder the bet. Yes we live and die by the backup and people are like to teach the batteries on the yes. We need to change the batteries. Let's start though for people who don't know you. I. It's funny too. I was thinking I was like. Why hasn't she been on so much earlier? Funny you're like. Would you like to be gassed? And it was like cheese John. I thought you'd never ask. I mean it's only been like fifteen years Bamut it's been for at least came up with the reason. I figured out what the deal was. So much of what you do is groundbreaking and cutting edge stuff in measurement and stats and we have a guy who's I will tell the story really quickly. I was on a conference call yesterday with web in. Its but they told me that they are data scientists like Oh really. We'll tell me more. I started to ask questions so then I said we'll do you know Christopher Penn and they're like no no who that is. I'll just you that we're done. We're out here. No data scientists. Y'All know Christopher pen was going with that we gotta get back on measurement arm. Okay so tell us about what you do for sprint. Sucks though you have a picture. What's your what's your your pitch. Oh okay so it's been sucks. You know it started as a blog in two thousand six in. It was a complete and utter disaster. And Truth be told. I have zero idea why we kept going because for the first three years it was a whole but I think there wasn't anything to compare it to an so we just kept going and it literally took three years before we started to go. Well I get how this digital marketing thing works in how blogging fits into it and so from there. It became a book. I did a ton of speaking in marketing. The book traveling the world and Blah Blah Blah Blah. And then. I had a small one and decided I needed to stay home at not needed to wanted to. So we looked at how we could take the things that we teach at a theoretical level on spin sucks and dignity into a practical level and do that professional development so today we had this been six academy which does online courses coaching. And so you you've been able to transition from agency running this for everybody to giving people the you know the teaching a man how to fish kind of thing. Yeah A. N. we've really gone from the agency. Side Does B. Two B. Manufacturing communication since we've gone from that and we still do that but more into teaching communicators that just the theory that the practice. Okay and then the cornerstone of this. Well I say it's the cornerstone but you could tell me otherwise there but peso the whole idea behind being the measure. What's going on and kind of your pr? And you're all the way across all your digital marketing tells more about that based on model is this is sort of like the blog like it just came out of something and became something that. I didn't anticipate it was the process that we used internally at the agency and we were using paid earned. Sheridan owned media. But we were calling it that we were certainly doing content in social end some search engine marketing and of course media relations reputation in thought leadership and all that kind of stuff and we had a process but we named it and so when. I wrote the book. The publisher said to me He. Can you put a name to this and create a diagram so we sat in a conference room when we just started putting things up on the whiteboard to see what we could come up with and we went back and forth because we we believe that you should start with content with owned media and go to earned or shared and then paid and so you know but that acronym work all ESPN OS EP? It just didn't work and finally were like wait a works so one of the arguments get from communicators as we never start with paid media and I agree. We don't so you don't have to start paid media because of the acronym is in that order but what that's what we did so I named the peso model at that time the ACO model existed. You know people were talking about insured on but they hadn't added that the pay pieces especially in our industry and then I had a designer design a graphic and it just went. I mean took off if I had realized that it was going to do that. I would've put some more strategic into it but I didn't I mean it was literally because my publisher said. Can you put a name to this? End Critic right right and bundled up. That's the thing that everybody misses. I mean is that it's so easy to create these models and and do all this analysis but if you can't bundle it up into something easy to remember you know it's your. It's it's only going to be adopted by the people that exercise and eat right. They're the only ones that have the discipline to like. Dig It all this whereas you can throw peso at anybody and they now. Suddenly you've unlocked their world for them. Yeah and the end. They use it as a planning tool. They use it as a measurement tool they use it. You know it presentations. They use it with clients to say. Hey listen we can use this model to demonstrate results and it's it has changed the world for PR industry for Short
"spin sucks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Daydream album of nineteen ninety. Five and looking for all right. Well there are. You might know this already out him. I don't know the portion take can wrong is New Electric Sports car that cost anywhere between one hundred thousand and one hundred eighty five thousand depending on the model for that price. You get a bunch of Color Choices. Seventeen all you can get black white and red but you can also get frozen blue coffee beige frozen berry which happened to all be kind of sparkly for the supercharge sports cars. There's tons of them. Yeah there you say supercharge but this all electric right. That aren't they aren't isn't this their first all electric car not share and I looked at look that up also supercharge I know you just say supercharge million dollar smile actually million dollars Veneer I don't think Porsche is probably one of the few companies. It does no supercharging and never never done supercharge turbo in charging different than supercharged. O'brien in hear that explained the Geeta. How supercharged turbos are powered from the exhaust came so the exhaust kind of diabolical? The exhaust pushes out with a great force picture coming out of exhaust pipe right. The exhaust is used like a river with a turbine. The Hoover Dam or water wheelchair like picture a mill creek going. Pass it and turning that wheel right. So the there's a propeller and an impaler so the the the gas in the gas in turbo comes out. The exhaust pipe gets routed to the turbo. Okay it doesn't go out. The back of the car goes out to the turbo. The Turbo starts spinning one side of the turbo propeller. This is an impaler. One STARTS SPINNING SHAFT THAT CONNECTS STARTS SPINNING sucking in fresh air from the other side. Compressing it in smashing it back into the intake to create more combustion and a faster rate so when people talk about now Gina. Thank you turbo lag? They mean that part where the turbo hasn't really but thing what happens with her bows is once they get going they really get going because the more that's coming out the more comes in and the more that comes in the more comes out so if you take a look so the reason a porsche nine thirty five race car that I might own that. Everyone explains a super handful. That drive is because it has this turbo boost that comes on and you don't feel it and somewhat. The Newman turbos the old turbo cars. Those cars don't do anything under four thousand RPM move. But then once they get on the boost they go nuts. And then you'd have to grab the gears as fast as you can Supercharging is basically another compressor. It's it's all trying to feed air and fuel it starting to Cram Aaron fuel into the engine. So I if if they so when they're trying to restrict the car like they're doing a series. Though go the intake for the air into the engine could be no more than thirty five millimeter. So imagine you're choking it off. It's like like an athlete running on a treadmill but breathing through a straw right. If you couldn't perform versus in a wind tunnel are oxygenated room or something if you can all the air the air you can shove into an engine. The faster it's going to go superchargers and that turns a compressor off the crank and shoves it in immediately so you start the car up belt turning but the belt is also drag on them whereas the turbos free just exhaust. It's pouring out. So one is lag versus drag now sniff for the so now. Of course the Germans aren't going to do anything that's GonNa drag off the crank the like a belt essentially creating a power source but powered off a belt turbos. This must be an all electric car. Right Tyke has taken. Taken tycoon Tyke. And it's all it's all electric right and it's their first all electric Scott big range and it's and it's really cool sweet pace and porsches crazy because they go from one hundred one hundred and eighty grand because all they do is Alicarte Shit you can just buy stock nine eleven or base whatever and then just keep adding shit on until you get you can take a stock nine eleven for. I don't know eighty one thousand dollars and tack on sixty grand worth of stuff to the car in Suede inserts colored DAS- getting. You're not getting away with actually taking a car home for a hundred grand. Well not not probably not one that you'd want if you're in that that tax bracket there you go. Gary says it's pronounced taken like the movies really. That's what he says it's pretty bitch in and look out world because now all these companies Jag and Audi and Porsche or getting in the electric world and now the competition really yeah and and also Porsche especially is like we have a brand in. This thing has to look like it's got a feel like it when you get in it's gotTa feel like a Porsche can't just feel like a golf cart. So of course the winners always the consumer when everyone's out there competing because now you can get a test that you get share. You can get a Chevy volt. I think they have a bolt and a volt but either way they're twenty nine. Kane have two hundred miles range i. We're all going to be winners from from this coming up all right. Let's do. Let's do one more all right. Well according to a two thousand seventeen survey from the National Sleep Foundation almost one in four married couples sleep in separate beds one in four and four Jill Lancashire. She's a New York clinical psychologist and life. Coach says well. That number seems high. Given the stigma that may still exist around it. She's seen lots of couples very open to it reason Howard. I know that mom's a pioneer for going to use separate bed at night. Is Anything from snoring separate work schedules. Actively burs like restless leg people and talkers. And it's just not worth it after. How many years yeah. My mom had had the mattress on the floor and she had the sofas and he's left on their. You should know this better than anyone highlife. Yeah everyone always said. Why is your mom and Your Dad. Have separate rooms. Are you fucking nuts? Brass over there. They're not going near that. Let Ray hitting yeah rail ass again already. Found out that they met in a primal scream encounter group which way to fly was on top on target but more than I wanted to know what those two and the separate room saying. No way but boy did they the mattress on the floor socks and the Sofa bed thing. That's doesn't fold out the SOFA bad. You just pull the big weird trapezoidal pillow often. It's like a day bed. Oh things called trundle bed he alec comes out underneath. No there's a version of this if you kind of look okay. There was this version of this. I think they had it in I think the Brady Bunch had one of these family room or they'd have that meeting. Serve Coffee thank you Mr Brady top you off and this is where my friend had one too that a big square in table Big Wide Square in table one bed with like slide under it but it was bad it was a sofa but it was just like a single bed. Had One big connected pillow in the back and you just take the pillow. Often now became a bad defacto bed super uncomfortable and Super San and then last. I've always say the weirdness of people sitting on your bad and watching TV that's the TV was in. The Room is in John's room watching TV. We're all sitting on his bed like eating and eating frozen dinners and stuff dorm room watching Maude and then at some point. We'd all clear out he'd go to bed on the thing with with this sounds. Berry steak remnants allowed this. I got a lot of rules. One St the fast and loose in the bed department. Corolla House one. Max Better remind me to revisit. The Max Passer Kaelin revisit. I was talking about from the book that distance your name gets from you. And how successfully are? I got a sweet spot for mattress heights as well. I think that was in fifty years right. Yeah I think so. Which is my sister right next to the room? My Mom's slept on the floor on slept in a can be like a lofty law. Thing that my grandfather made because her room was like seven foot by seven foot had built like a put down a piece of plywood. Yeah get off the ground. Had that one of my small houses I lived in. I had other people. There is a sweet spot height for being a winner. And it ain't on the floor and it ain't on the ceiling. There's a spot. It's like twenty eight inches or something. We all had this whole shitty lower beds when you're a kid and then at some point you get that sweet high one where you get the little steps to your dog Muffin. Join you up there. Pella's sweet spot for for height. That's true enough. Fits in with theory? Murphy Murphy Beds Yeah. I'm not doing well. Now you're down low the trundle. You're down pretty low on the full convertible. Sofas on futons a few low too low are then there's bunk bed too high like that is bad bunk beds in my apartment with my buddy Chris like we had his old bunk beds in their look. That bad tough to get laid but bat. All right you bring in home. That's right we'll do it right now. I'm Gina Grad and that's the news and.
"spin sucks" Discussed on Paul Sutton's Digital Download Podcast
"Thinks he's above it tall and he has a terrible communications department. If there's one at all The you know there's no reputation management there's no crisis communications. There's there's like nothing and he's in a lot of trouble and I really. I would say until the last I'd say till the beginning inning of November and of October I was all like on his side understand. Now kinda like okay enough is enough flick. You're letting Russia interfere with elections. And you're not like ink. Twitter came out and said no political ads and they haven't done the lake. There's just all this stuff and I really. I'm huge facebook fan. I want them to survive. But I don't know if they oil I really don't you nervous about what's happening with upcoming elections actions with with with with what we've got out snap election in the UK and there's already fuss about you know political it collapsed in the misinformation being spread and God knows who else so take i. May I'd imagine it'll be worse for you because you're gonNA have a long build up to. We've got like literally a few weeks so you think will how much damage can be done but from the. US point of view. Yes I uh-huh do you think he will get back in for another term uh-huh unfortunately I think so unless he's impeached. I think he will win. But there's not much chance of him being impeached really. Is I think that the house will impeach him in the Senate will not find him guilty interesting so in other words you. You won't be Really Office and a huge distraction for the Democrats. So yeah I think he probably will win reelection. Let's move on from that. We're going down. Okay let's get to marketing stuff. Then where do you kind of see marketing going over the next. You know we've said about gains or back to basics and another soda stuff. Have you got any thoughts on in a in a broad sense where we're kind of headed with things or approaches people should be taking I really I mean the things we've talked about for sure with Voice recognition and artificial intelligence machine learning You know big data continues to be a big thing. Virtual realities is continues to be a big thing. But I don't necessarily see any trends coming that we haven't been talking about for the last year and and I do think if there is a global recession that you know people are GonNa Kinda scurrying and get back to basics because we're going to be forced to so that those are the the big things I guess that if we assume that a recession is coming at some stage whether it's lobby say twelve months twenty four months knows that is going to hinder technological development anyway so a lot of these platforms Maybe they've been innovating on new platforms coming out a gonNA I find it hard so you have to assume that things are gonNA stole for three four five years. Whatever it is to take to recover? I mean we've we've been through this. I think it took almost three years. Yeah I don't know what finish on this. This has been a long rambling conversation. Every eggs said before we start coding. That I'm an even split this into two so we'll see what happens as and when I come to put this together but I mean it's been great talking to you and Anaya asked you to. We need to do like once a year. We do this thing. The moral from really by. We should six Malia slumming and gave him that hey people asking me then I really ought to pull my finger out and get around to a bit but Melissa thank you so much for being so open and honest in this compensation call besides it might pleasure. You're doing to urge to take care of yourself for the month of December is really smart so I'm anxious to see how relaxes me to see. I mean relax. Well Yeah I mean. Have you got the brightly. You need as well coming into the year. We'll refresh and everything so listen. Thank you so much went. Where can people get home if they WANNA talk to you further about anything? We've covered today. Spin sucks dot com short and sweet. Thanks so much Cheney. It's my pleasure. Thanks for having me. Well let's take say this opportunity to say a few FUNKE's I'm not starts with you for tuning into I really do appreciate every single tweets and comments and email message aged received. Thank you so much. I also like to thank every single one of the guests who paid on the show this year. It's pretty accurate to say that. Show be nothing without murals and finally. I just like to thank a few people by name so John Brown Kate Hawk jet apatment on a Dunkin. Rats mckearney Sarah Hall author Richard Beattie and Elementary. Thank you so much for your support over the last year Mary very much appreciated. You can subscribe to digital download on on Apple podcasts. spotify or wherever else you get your poke us and if you enjoy the show please do leave a review as it helps others discover the podcast have an amazing Christmas and New Year. And thank you so much for listening..
"spin sucks" Discussed on Gettin' Grown
"Dangerous my god why do we have to say and then lastly on the trash resonate carter's resident they call it a resident resident may quarter you'll daddy your mom or your shutout to rest in peace sokaia 'em oh a wife in lucci resident may carter's boyfriend friend who apparently is a rapper something evidently if i don't i don't know what he sings a but he had eight girls gone wild pool party oh okay in hosted eight cucumber sucking gain content being said pool party sweet holy god this is what the internet has been talking about for these last few days yeah i don't know i don't i haven't been on the internet in the last hour yeah i don't know much about algebra but i think people cavenaugh here and what disturbed me so jay is that these young ladies are going into the supermarket to intentionally purchase to cucumber really purchase cucumbers members and then like going out into the cards and video recordings record themselves spinning sucking on these cucumber that had not been washed hey let no water no vinegar no let's double wash no nothing touch them not only is it disgusting for the obvious reasons but it's like filthy playing america's is just just brimming with just mm trifling mike when a limousine is on tonight you you mother did i don't know if that's where starting in mind oh must seek i know what i'm telling you the people that i've seen on the shame that are posting videos asking the young girls just stop there all day demeaning i feel like if you got must seek a girl i can't think of the other little girl 'em it these women here if they do then says i have not i think the lord guy that i have not seen one of these videos because i just i mean one and i refuse to watch i'm glad i'm glad but i you know i'm just i just feel like what what a time to be alive when we are this pressed for attention you're not get up and go to work every day for you to be says look you know filthy covers on your phone i think is released on and i don't know i i feel like i don't wanna be super judgy in pre sheet but i just feel like we are in a we are really in trouble if if are young girl an old girls have if i gave women are out here that press for attention hold best that they would like you know what i'm saying like i just feel like that we are in we somebody called beverly bar and we need like it emerged black girls rock or something we've got the come together and do something about it you know what well i think first and foremost let's have a kitchen table talk about that is that is actually i don't know what to do i not not necessarily about what you do but we need you talk about it because social media is a beautiful platform for promotion it it has really helped people's businesses to grow networking so forth and so and people have created a whole marriages bonds relationships friendships all kinds of things off of it it can be it it's it it could be a beautiful thing but it can be ugly place when you are not you know what nope we're gonna have a kitchen table talk about it we're gonna have a kitchen table talk about it because i'm disturbed but with all that being said i am grateful that that a low wayne in hopefully in 'em in toya toya giants and i'm so glad that they put enough simpson this girl's head where she's like all right you have made a fool of me one too many times and i'm not doing this which you i'm glad to like in so now he's begging for her to take him back and saying instead if this is what a table this is all it takes youtube if this is all it takes wait finish the sentence hold on let me find this is all it takes if you're ignorant asong gonna find the exact quote so that's why not why is everybody so motherless among you know that's my favorite expression you know okay here we go let's see here i went to the y b f m regimen okay so according to the y b f so we don't get sued it started to feel like originally carter her boyfriend wife wife in lucci breakup at least.
"spin sucks" Discussed on WGN Radio
"AM as we are every weekday morning. It's Monday morning that means my dad's gonna call Intel a joke. It's a joke. Joke time we also have a Blackhawks express to play back a little bit later on exciting game. But every game now is going to be exciting because they have to win after win every game. And we'll keep track of what's going on there too. Lots of stuff coming up on the show. We are going to talk about the worst candies of all time. If you want to jump in with your thoughts on that. And some weird snacks from around the world three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number for talk and text you can get in here now or text in right now at three one hundred nine one seventy two hundred and my new producer is is Tom hush who we are getting to know. And so big family, then you grew up in. So was it was it. What was it? Like, I mean, it was it was interesting. I mean, we had two half sisters across the pond there, and, you know, full house of boys, and but we all get along. Really? Well, yeah. We I mean, as as you might imagine there's a few fights between brothers, and they got they got good to the there's some pretty good ones. Especially once like we got into Star Wars and there were lightsabres around. But that's a whole nother story that's knocking each other's eyes out. Yeah. So you're the oldest. Yeah. I'm the oldest of my. My mom and dad's kit, right. Yeah. Okay. And the other two I live with one of them. The other one is just finishing up high school. And yeah, it's great. Okay. Well at school that you that you get along with your family, especially if you got such a big. Yeah. My mom's side of got like forty two cousins. Wow. Fair. A varying degrees of you know, actual relation. Right. Some first second couple of thirds. Wow. Big family. Yeah. Big family. All right. We also have to come up with a DJ name for Tom, Tom. Hush share. And we're getting some suggestions because for fly jams Friday. We gotta have a DJ name for him. So if you want to suggest anything with talker tax three two nine eight hundred seven two hundred Dwayne has a suggestion. Hey, dwayne. How's it going, Nick? Tom's got some British and Scottish family ties. How about sir? Hush lot, sir. Hush lot. That's that's not bad. That's not bad. Put that one on the list. Thanks for the call. All right. Good luck. There you go, sir. Hush a lot. I can get down with that. Yeah. Yeah. That way it can pay homage to my British heritage. And also, the great musician, sir mixing, sir. Mix a lot which is one of my favorite, my favorite MC names of all time. Seriously, cer- mixed lot announced ridiculous. Ridiculous. Two one eight area code since Senate of Texas says fly jam named for Tom DJ. Tommy goodnight. DJ? Tommy good is anybody ever? Call town. Really just my dad and a lot of people I grew up with like when I was a kid people called me, Tommy. But I dropped that pretty quickly Nikki, Nikki, Nikki is a good one. And it's funny because you know, like, the only people that still call me, Nikki. My parents don't anymore. Obviously, my dad's name is Nick too. That was another reason why they went with Mickey sure. And then there was for a while it was little Nick. And my dad was big, Nick. But but yeah, I understand how the at some point. You know, the the Tommy or the Nikki just has to stop the only people that do like what my cousins. You know, I don't only child I don't have as many millions of cousins do. Small family, but but they still refer to me. Oh, yeah. There's like five Tom's across my family. So I am not only Tommy Tommy hush because they're you know, there's Thomas Thomas Campbell. Tommy big Tom, Tommy hush like, it's it's. Do you like the movie Tommy boy, I love it? But I don't like the who album. Tommy because then I would keep getting Tommy can you hear me? Right. I'm sure I'm sure it's funny. But, you know, tell me boy, that's one of those movies is one of those movies that. If they had a twenty four hour, Tommy boy network. I'd watch it. You know? I mean, there's there's stuff in that movie that just I still laugh my ass off. Somehow never gets bored. You know? Now, it's one of those movies. It's just it's it's it's a classic. Let's see Kathy in Arkansas says DJ T OM, that's kind of a simple one DJ T O M. All right. The husher. Oh, I kind of liked that one. Do you like the Husher? A DJ name. I liked Dallas. You're kinda like the hitter. Yeah. The husher. Eight four seven area code says times DJ names should be hush-up. Yo. People to shut up. All right. Mary says I have suggestions for times DJ name. I think it should be Tom the Royal hush. It's a play on the term Royal flush. But also incorporates Scottish were great British heritage. Yeah. Tom the Royal hush. You get the Royal part in there. And then the fly jam named for Tom acting mayor Eugene spinner, right? I'm going to have to explain this this to Utah. Yes. My my. I had a really close friend named Joe passed away about ten years ago. Tell eleven years ago it's been which is amazing that the time has gone by. But anyway, he was base my age he died, obviously, a very young age. But he was a character. Like when he walked into a room he owned it. He was big and loud and. Open up every sentence with. Hey, listen. That's how that's how we will talk. Hey, listen, you gotta get the new Depeche mode album. It's the greatest thing of all time. That's how we talked. And he had all these great stories about like celebrities that he would like me he was like a he ended up being a music producer. So he would, you know, pretty produced locally produced some records and stuff here, mostly dance stuff. And so he ended up having crossing paths with what celebrities and in all of his celebrity. Stories were always really, really Larry. And he was just a bit. Like like, I said he was huge big guy. And so he used to he was also an amazing cook he went to KENDALL college. And he was he studied to be a chef. And he was a great chef he was a he was a tremendous cook. And we would always go to his we'd always go to Joan's house for Memorial Day barbecue Labor Day barbecue for the holidays. He would always like, I mean, the food was always great. So he when he got out of KENDALL. He got a job on the odyssey boats out here as a chef. So he he told us one time. He's like. This is a long explanation. But this explains what the listener is referring to okay. He was like, hey, listen. I was cooking on cooking on the boats last night. And you know, who I met? And we were like, no who did you meet. It's like, you're not gonna believe this only acting mayor Eugene Sawyer. So what I have to explain to young Harold Washington passed away Eugene Sawyer stepped in and he was acting mayor Eugene Sawyer because they had to have an election. But for the for the time being Eugene Sawyer was the mayor, and so he was acting mayor Eugene Sawyer. So the fact that he referred to him as acting mayor Eugene Sawyer is one of my favorite things. And we were supposed to be really impressed that he was only acting mayor Eugene Sawyer. So I've told that story on the air a few times when people find it amusing because it is amusing because Joe was hilarious. But yeah. So that's why it says fly jam named for Tom acting mayor Eugene spinner. I don't know if that one is gonna work. I appreciate the call back though. Yeah. No. Yeah. The deep knowledge is is very much a pre acting mayor Eugene Sawyer. Know the quick Joe story, just you're more familiar with lease. Joe what he would go out to nightclubs because he was into he was into to dance music, and as a producer and stuff like that. So he was China Club. And we used to have a China Club here in Chicago. He's at China Club. And he's standing at the bar and he's talking to to to the bartender. And he's like, hey, hey, listen, this guy spinning sucks tonight. Actually, just go up and take over because they got the DJ. He was complaining about the DJ. And he's like, this guy sucks. I should go up to right now and just start spinning and she's like, no you can't do that. Joe? Just stay here. You'll be fine. He's like, okay. And then he's he's talking to her somebody bumps into him like bumps big time into him. And he spills his drink and Joe spills, his drink, and he turns around, and it's Oliver Stone who is completely load like platoon. Yeah. Yeah. Holy. They were in town. They were in town shooting exteriors for Natural Born Killers. Yeah. So he turns around and it's Oliver Stone. And he's drunk and Oliver Stone is like look, I'm so Joe goes, hey, you know. Dollars don't loud. And he goes, hey, listen, you spilled my you spill my Drink, Man. I think you should buy me another one and Oliver Stone is drunk. He goes if you are not going to buy you a drink you. He turns around starts to walk away and Jogos. Oh, that's great. Really? Hey, hey, listen, heaven and earth was a real treat. So. Oliver don't turns around and goes after Joe boy Woody Harrelson comes in pulls him back. But Woody Harrelson looks set at Joe as he holding elder stone back looks at Joanie goes good one, man. There's a perfect title to to choose. Yeah. Avenue. Oh, yeah. Heaven and earth was a real treat. Man. So that's Joe. So that's where the the only acting mayor Eugene Sawyer. That's where that referenced comes from. And you might get other references to Joe story hope so. Yeah. No, no. I mean, I've told amazing. That's all that's incredible. I told stories about him, you know, many many times, and he was just he was he was one of a kind Joe was one of a kind. So all right. Why don't we take a break? We'll come back, and we'll talk a little bit more to you about about you and get to know, you a little bit more people have questions or have any suggestions for the DJ name for Tom. It's three one two nine eight one seven two hundred for talk.
"spin sucks" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast
"No Michael. Just come come and fill up grocery basket. Yeah I don't care like and when you're when I I was walking around with them I'll make pilot like take take some stuff no I don't I'll just get my ground beef from fucking stake I. I'm here to help you and it's not about the publicity about that stuff. It's just same truly just want to be able to help and you know those people I mean like I said tears in their eyes are so appreciative. And it's just kind of what I do I do it and it's Other people that will take advantage of it. Yeah we found them when when I put put that post was the thing that said do not nominate yourself. So that's a big yeah zero roll my book nominee yourself. Please and I'm not lying. There is people nominee in themselves. I don't I mean come on. You're understand English God. No please don't do. What else is going to say But yeah people nominate themselves and unfortunately there's going to be people always trying to take advantage of the situation situation if to me. It's funny you know. I think there's more good people in this world where I exam. Whatever but of course for somebody wants to break the rules breaking the rules and that's when you put us so when you create a successful Internet promotion around 'cause this being the span of sucks tacos goes and gets all this publicity? You also learn as a business owner that there's things that you can do to protect your business when you know that that inflicts is coming because from when you first started the spin sucks tacos too after the Patriots won and I barbecue as part of our East county. Bet You had made made a change to the free if you're GONNA get a TACO or a Burrito right right to pay for a drink Yes why did you do that. Well first of all because it was actually a Burrito so I'll Britos he does way more than a for sure three three times the amount I said I'll give you a burrito. You know But you got to pay for it so for him you know I mean do people come in and take advantage of the situation but you also told me that you aren't going to sacrifice your burrito either because you knew that chewed giving away X. amount of Burritos five hundred burritos. But you aren't going to tell your staff to make a smaller Burrito. Why absolutely I said you know we're going to give Burrito we're going to give the breeder that we sell because if you're trying to bring in people and at the same time those people people never been here and they know they know about your food and then you give them a smaller Burrito to what you're normally giving then you're basically we stepping on your own foot? You not showing them what you're all about right you know so I said at the beginning. My my stacks I got maybe about forty five minutes late And my my staff was giving them smaller Burritos. Because that's the way they're trained intr- trained but being okay. Well he's free. WE'RE NOT GONNA WE'RE NOT GONNA get it up this. This could be my raised by the what the what they're thinking of. So when there's a no we're giving up Rita we're giving them a breed of like we usually make the cost of food is not. It's not going to be a big difference anyway. So screw them give them. That's what that was going to bring them back. You know because we're going to show them. How big are Burritos are not those skimpy hot? So that's that's that was was so you know what we're going to give burritos give but do you also buy soda. Cheap pass so when can we expect projection. Obviously there is no open date on any business. But what what When people hopefully come in and visit any location projection is August August? But unfortunately were meeting plans after a month and a half of time release Not Smuggle in the last week I signed the lease but meanwhile while I was negotiating I had my guy my architect win their yeah dropped plans. We've got at least ten times. Look at the place right so I kinda like because you know we get free rent this and we're going to be able to hurry the hell up and trying to open it so when we're going to submit plans as you know why I don't know if you know this is a we're sitting in San Diego up restaurants for for that case any the business and it really. That's crazy I've heard from every architect now. This is the worst city to work with when it comes to open a business because we had the guys from my yard live we're opening in San Marcos and San Marcos is actually partnering with them on the project because it's their property and they said that it's just like everything has been a breeze. No in in San Marco insurrection. GEICO fast I said it's like it's completely opposite of what I opened up the Benita. It was a nightmare at the bill. Ten thousand dollars because it was a sewer bill. Oh really so hard to work with so I was able to. That's why I posted on my facebook page. If anybody knows the INS and outs the Vista helped me out so I got people come in. I'M GONNA help you out. So the Economic Development Department is going to help me out to to pressure that people as much which is possible. And after that it's construction in by that time. Hope that I get my beer and wine license approved. I'm not gonNA open up a restaurant if I'm trying to bring in local beers and make it part of the restaurant creating a new brand. This is you know it's the same brand but this is a different for an experienced. This is sports family sports. Sit down. Enjoy the game jerry against the chargers experience right crap. That's that's what I WANNA do. It'll when when the charger fans are going to Kelly comfort and and Storming up exactly. I sent them to you. I'M GONNA I'm GONNA okay okay. Whoever doesn't like to charge you come to me? You know so It'll be fun. I've never I've never had a restaurant like that. You know where it's actually going to punch. TV's the Lemon Grove is just as big as the one that atmospheres doesn't call for that it doesn't offer that so I don't know what to expect. I don't know if my if the beer's is gonNA bring me. My sales are going to go through the roof What imagine you're GonNa hear my profits? My net profits are going to be bigger than beer. I don't know that you'll you'll be able to tell me that if if I mean that's the you know the best the best thing for Derek is this podcast just it opens up different. Networks works of people so that people can reach out. That's what facebook does. That's what linked into us. But if you're listening and you have questions email us your email us ask us and you you just never know who can help no matter where you are because a lot of the principles apply not just here in San Diego but outside of San Diego so will it last things mine goal honestly for my business for my brand is to franchise and I've been for the past year. I hired a lawyer or basically basically we're about we're about ninety percent done. Oh yeah so I have all my manual My My promos done and with with The new audits for the new corporation for the franchise We're almost there there. It's been a long road. Basically I hired somebody to come in and and put a book this big business from dinner dies from a to Z. MHM that's been big time. We have a really good employees that I trained that I molded her. What's her name as me as me as me? She he has learned. She's learned the business from my standpoint and so she's working on the last parts of the act like I'm talking about just from the the most simplest thing had closed down How to order when you need to order? I mean he has to be on the book and that was and they told me because one of my buddies has is a franchise called buffalo spot and he told me about about this lawyer and he told me it's going to be a long road and not get discouraged because it's not easy to to put your business on a piece of paper or insurance not cheap either. No it cost me a good fifteen thousand dollars for that and plus lawyer fees. It's been around thirty thousand so it's costing me a good chunk of change but am there. I don't have a lot of restaurants where I could say. Okay so I have five six seven eight nine ten but what my lawyer has told he goes look. You're one of the few restaurants actually say you don't need a bunch of them because you have a good brand recognition. Is there more than some. Some that have ten fifteen twenty saying not that recognizes that you have a good story. Yeah a really good story and you have good food and your community importers orders like one one after the other. There's just not Mexican restaurants that serve amazing food that have embraced digital marketing. The way that you have right you know. That's part of the franchise. Kamado is that you're going to teach the next owner operator that hey this is these. Are the things that you can do. In a hyper local situation even though my Lord says do not tell them to open up here on facebook page. Because you don't know what's going to happen there but I'm willing to teach them but you're not going to be like cussing up a storm you. You can't do that you cannot do. I can do that. So it's kind of a touchy subject when it comes to stuff like that. But that's my goal. I don't want to open up ten fifteen like these he's Lolitas and Roberto's emerges on my own and just calling myself where I'm working on and this and that and general manager I don't WanNa do that. Why does too is too hard? It's not easy to succeed. You'RE GONNA basically die doing it. I don't WanNa do that. I want my my goal is to franchise franchise it if I have ten fifteen twenty five you make money off of them and at the end of the day if somebody comes in and says like I wanted to buy your product. That's that's type person I am. I'm glad I did what I needed to do. Take it to the next level. My thing is don't sacrifice the flavor police. Even if I'm not the main guy that's my whole goal in ten fifteen years that's great I do not want to be the OP..
"spin sucks" Discussed on Geek News Central
"Times. Elon Musk looks a little weird in his picture. And a lot of lot of rumor going around about him right now. So. Disappeared. You have to keep it is on e. he Lon Moscow. I think we should. I don't know if the pressures get into the guy or what, but maybe nothing at all, but let let's keep an eye on him and see what happens here. This is crazy. Amazon is looking into claims employees, delete bad reviews for cash. It's being reported some merchants paid up to two thousand dollars for these employees. What they're calling secret services. These these removal of bad reviews in exchange for bribes is according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. The report claims at Amazon plays been revealing sales information, deleting negative reviews in offering up reviewers Email addresses in exchange for money from third party Amazon sellers. Typically, these interactions have been facilitated by inter mint intermittent to dairies that seek out Amazon employees are willing to offer such services. Now, here's a weird one. I'm always getting emails from Amazon merchants. And of course I have a tech site and they do reviews, but I'm always getting emails from Chinese merchants saying, will you review my product and typically is like a nineteen ninety five dollar whatever. And I turn those away at this point. If you have a substantial product, do you wanna review on? Yeah, but don't send me a nineteen ninety five dollar a nineteen dollars ninety. Five cents gadget. That really if I'm going to do a review, is it my really it's is even justified, right? So. This is definitely under investigation by by Amazon, but it's being said that it appears that while some instances have been traced US employees, the practice reportedly pretty rampant and China among Chinese Amazon employees. The hop big is Amazon and China. I thought Alibaba had China locked up, but in China, Amazon poison, China may decide to participate because their salaries are low in Chinese. Sellers may pay up in order to get what get information. They kept them better position, their merchandise on Amazon or to contact those have left a negative product review. So some folks have gotten eighty to two thousand dollars depending on the specific service. So this is kind of crazy. If you think about it, you know, Amazon's had to battle fake reviews and conifer merchandise for a while. But now with people removing negative reviews that makes you go just a little bit because I often what I'm looking in buy something and I don't know who the company is or how well the product is rated. I will scroll and look at the reviews. And if I see if you know a number of negative reviews, I, you know, that throws a flag for me. But if they're having negative reviews re removed it, it basically ends up on us making bad decisions. So anyway, we'll keep our eyes peeled on this and see where it goes, but pretty crazy. If you ask me right today, apple released, IOS, twelve while I was doing show prep tonight. They I did the update on my phone and then immediately reminded me the apple watch needed an upgrade. So I started at push. So the apple watch is on the charger and my phone is in the bedroom. So by the time the show has done, I should have both those updated. But really I asked to brings faster performance supposedly for older phones, new Serey shirk cuts screen time has been updated a a, no, the have a new screen time app that basically records what you're how long you're using different apps that's been in Android pro. Wow. While it's got a revamped maps app in more and the course the mo- g thing that's out there in a variety of other different services. My son was playing around, then he said, oh, cool. It's gotta take measure now. And I'm like, what she says was laying on the floor where you're just talking and he says, don't move at any measured from by had can ahead my feet folded as lane on my side. Any measured. He's as you, you're laying on the floor. You're only taking up four feet so many inches. I'm like, really? So he used a tape measure feature in Iowa's twelve. I'm like a great. Now we're an people doing measurements with that, but it's supposed to be enhanced for faster and more responsive experience. All supported devices back to iphone five and ipad air are can be upgraded the camera, quote, unquote, launches, seventy percent faster. The keyboard appears to be fifty percent more responsive, so, but the real question here for me is, is theory any better. Can Syria actually understand me because series spins suck. And lately, in my opinion, compared to Google translate in Siri translate or not even translate just voice to text. Oh, hens down, Android wins by many, many magnitudes. So, and that's not a, you know, Samsung galaxy s. eight probably not even with the most current Android operating system. So anyway, whole list of features here. I, it's a hundred hundred different changes. I'll have linked up in the show. None of us pay attention that, right. We just get do the update and see what's new. Think that's how most of us explore what's new in in any up. They can, but just think about it run IOS, twelve, Persian twelve. Of course, apple watch. OS five is out. It's got a new walkie talkie the podcast app. Also the podcast app now supports chapters and my guys were talking about it in slack, Eric. Oh, my God. No here comes. The here comes the support tickets. So you know that of course, the podcast episode, I an Iowa around watch OS five as a good thing. So if you drink your your watch, you're going to be able to listen to the podcast here right on your apple. Watch wearing your treadmill. You don't have to have your phone with, you know, more so don't don't forget about that. Now this walkie talkie app is basically it performs a push to talk communication with with other folks use a wearing where we'll devices. So that's kinda cool. So after connecting the apple watches together via the app, one person can press on screen button to open the line of communications with their message on Maki playing allowed on the recipient device. So kind of curious how that's gonna work out. So we'll play around with it a little bit. Here. By the way, anyone wants to make me an offer on my series three, it's got the a little bit of an upgraded finish on it. So it's not the bottom line. It's kind of middle of the line. I think I paid six forty, nine, four it. If any of you wanna make me an offer on my apple watch. Drop me an Email here. It is for sale. All right. Moving on Amazon fire TV experiences built right into. Insignia television. So any of you that are looking to pick up an insignia TV Amazon's partnered with best buy once again to begin offering fire TV functionality, early during two thousand eighteen best buy announced that it would start selling to sheaves martinis with fire TV experience built in. But now this is expanded to the insignia line. The regional, Toshiba Sheva, fire TV, dish television started at three twenty nine and came in forty three fifteen fifty, five inch sizes. So what's new here? The new insignia fire TV, dish and telvision. Oh same thing. Three twenty nine for forty three inch, three seventy nine for fifty inch in fifth forty, nine for a fifty five inch. It's a pretty good price really. So they're exclusively available at best buy's website in on Amazon, so don't go to the best buy store
"spin sucks" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"For six years. Ex-fiancee of Marilyn Manson grew up in the Colt. Senator mother taught her to serve men and all areas. She claimed in an interview with people magazine, David Burke spread a message that God made children able to enjoy sex. McGowan said when the Colt got wind of certain members wanting to leave, one of their children might disappear or some family would get severe punishment meted out to them as a way of teaching. The others. Rose has two half Silva siblings. As a result of the groups, free love policies. Her dad led an Italian children of God compound they, they left a coat when roses, five and nine hundred seventy eight. When bird began to advocate more strongly that whole, you know having sex with kids cool kind of ethos. Finally, Jeremy Spencer. One of the original members of Fleetwood MAC abruptly left the band in nineteen seventy-one before show. At the famous whisky go, go on the sunset strip. Ended up joining the Colt. He's supposed to have a show that night at the whiskey gogo. He walked to the Hollywood bookstore that afternoon. One afternoon, meet some cult members and then just leaves with them. Didn't go to his own concert at night. Should be noted that this was all this all happened after he had it admittedly, fragile mental state, following a bad mescaline trip while this mess contributed fucking really detoured his life. He moved to Florida starts a new band called Jeremy, Spencer and the children gross name considering what will learn about him. And what we learned today already moved to Brazil. Nineteen seventy-five Italy, nineteen seventy seven lived in the Philippines in the eighties, lived in India in the nineties than Ireland Germany. He still in the Colt working as a story writer illustrator for some of their literature. This alleged piece of shit inducted into the rock and Roll Hall of fame in nineteen ninety eight not surprisingly number of pedophilia allegations waged against Jeremy over the years information about some of these allegations can be found in court documents from Argentina and the United Kingdom in published statements sworn affidavits court testimony by his first wife and a number of people raised in the family children of God who alleged she sexually assaulted them during their childhood and nine hundred eighty two. Benchers. I why publicly accused him a statutory rape also alleged that she and Spencer had found adults willing to sexually share their older children. In nineteen Ninety-two child custody case three people testified under oath that he sexually assaulted them. Otherwise, sexually abused them when they were kids in two thousand and five and number of people have righted. Sworn affidavits alleging child sexual abuse by Spencer to an f. b. i. office in San Diego. The FBI investigation of Spencer ended in two thousand six, because the statute of limitations had expired for the alleged criminal fences that he was charged with currently is still recording albums. And touring? I do not think I will be buying any of that piece of shits albums or attending any of shows. Away. Crazy, right? Crazy. Crazy men, children of God, spin sucked phony. They weren't still around amazing how much evil should have been perpetrated against humanity because Boehner's right? This whole Colt all started because of the way one dude wanted to get rid of his Boehner's. I'm simplifying it, but but not by much. I wasn't able to read in a read this book and time for preparation, but numerous suckers including my kids, grandma of either stepdad, Diane Rosen trader. Also time sucker recommended a book called not without my sister. The true story of three girls violated and betrayed by those they trusted is written by Christina Jones. Celeste Jones and Juliana Buren. Three girls raised within an sexually physically emotion used by the so-called church. So if you want further reading that, if you don't have time for that, watch Netflix documentary called children of God, it's actually a documentary existed prior to Netflix. Netflix picked up..
"spin sucks" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Podcast
"This from level one to level two and so on. So what escalates it. So you do all of that and then at you, can you know let everybody go back to work, but as the the marketer or the communicator, you want to spend your time, you want to build a dark website so that anything anything that could be answered in a crisis could be turn on a dime. So if something happens, you have a landing page or micro site that you just hit publish on, and it goes live so that people can get information you want to include that could be that could be a draft of. Blog post in existence, right? Absolutely. Yeah. It's just something that you have in draft form that literally you just hit publish on, and it goes live, you know, understand how Facebook live works so that if you need to have your executives on video talking about things that are happening, they can. You can do that really, really, really quickly have messaging already drafted and approved by the by the legal team so that you don't have to wait, you know, six hours or twenty four hours for them to approve stuff every single one of these scenarios. No, I would do it based on crisis and it would be generic. So you would actually add in the details later, but you have all the generic stuff. You have the generic messaging like working on it. Here's when you can expect an update. This is what we're doing. Those kinds of messaging you messaging. You can have ready to go all of that. You wanna have ready, probably crisis could just even be your websites off line completely. Right. I mean, like, that's that's not the. That's not an unusual circumstance where like you provide services online and all the sudden none of your customers can get to your website for a day or two, you know, I mean, that's another example of a crisis. That's really real. I mean, how often do we go to Facebook to complain that Twitter is down, you can't go to. You can't go to Twitter to find out why they're down because Twitter's down. So yeah, same kind of thing. You wanna have different different areas where people can get information based on what it is. Once you have all of that, then you want to role play. And I think that's the most important part and end. It also goes to the reputation management in the transparency in communication that we've been talking about, which is okay. If this happens, let's actually conduct an interview. Let's actually pretend that were in an angry mob coming after you lets you practice rehearse role play because that's what's going to get you really prepared, and that's what it will take the emotion out of it so that when you are in the middle of it, you're, you're reacting based on your plan, not based on how you feel you probably should identify a few people in the company that will be the public face of the issue. Absolutely. Because not everybody is going to be able to get in front of the microphones and speak clearly new and be able to know. Able to know when they're getting snuck into question right? Like like, all you gotta do is watch TV shows right where they've got like, I watched this one with Kiefer Sutherland where he's the president and the press is trying to ask them question to kind of like snag or whatever. You know what I mean? So you got to be smart enough or not smart enough, but you gotta be discernible enough to know when that's that's not the question and went to do all those kind of things. You know what I mean? Like, you know, when they ask a question to respond with well, actually the bigger questions this right. Well, I mean, if you watched any of Berg's testimony, you saw him, do you saw him do some of that would ask a question that he didn't have an answer to or didn't know? And he would either say, I'm going to talk to my team again Trask. And as this change, the quite many would go back to his messaging guess pretty good. Actually, I was impressed. Whoever he paid to coach on that earned their money. So I think he's so non emotional that that. I saw really cool graphic of data from Star Trek. You know, I don't know if you saw that with his head on it. You know, I was like, that's that on. Phases. So k. so we do some role playing rehearsing. And then what I mean, how often do we do this? And you know. Once a quarter once a year supporter. Okay. And just, you know, you're not gonna have to go through the big piece of it again, but just make sure that messaging is refreshed and updated. And I would definitely do the role playing because the role playing and the pretending that you're doing media interviews, that's that's beneficial even without a crisis. So it's unofficial if you're doing Facebook live, if you're doing videos, if you're doing speaking engagements that's been official across the board. So I would continue to do that if you have a crisis plan and you realize it's escaping your control. At what point do you do? You have to call in someone like you. I mean, is that about when I mean, I would imagine having all this is going to be better than doing nothing. And you might start this out in realize you need to bring in some professional help. That probably happens a lot of my right does happen why it happened just on Friday, so that's better than just being too late. Right. I mean, like that's the good news here is, is that is that if you can't just wait to hire someone like you after a few days of crisis, and some might argue that they're. A few days where were Facebook did not respond publicly at all to Cambridge, and they took a lot of negative media heat on that, you know? So in this case, they were clearly not prepared to deal with us. They were not in the beginning, but the but the but they turned it around Bredon some help. And you can tell by the way he handled himself that he definitely had some coaching. Awesome. Will we could talk about this all day, but I know you talk about this on your podcast and on your website, and I know these are services that you provide your client. So I would love you to share where people can discover more about you and all the things that you've got going on spending sucks dot com. Awesome. Is there the podcast is there as well? It is. It is there yes. And if they want to search for it, it's two words, spin sucks or one words, spin sucks when it comes to the podcast to ords to think how you would search it yet stewards to work. Awesome. All right. Ginnie, Dietrich. Thank you so much for coming on and and exploring this topic with me. I know it's a big topic, but I also know that if people listen to the last part of what we talked about, they're going to be at least more prepared for that inevitable day that they will be crazy facing either an issue and or crisis. So thanks for sharing your wisdom with us is my pleasure. Thanks for having me. Hope you find a lot of value in today's podcast interview, if
"spin sucks" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Podcast
"Welcome to the social media marketing podcast, helping you never gate the social media jangle and now here's your host, Michael, steles. Thank you so much for joining me for the social media marketing podcast brought to you by social media examiner dot com. I'm your host Michael styles, ner and this is the podcast for marketers and business owners who want to know what works with social media. I'm super excited about today's show. I'm going to be joined by Ginny, Dietrich, and we'll explore how to plan for a inevitable crisis that you will be facing in your business regardless of what size business you have. Now, I just want to really encourage you in the latter half of this podcast. After we talked about a lot of the questions that I have, we dig into a lot of what you could do to build a crisis plan, and I really think you're gonna wanna pay attention to this podcast episode by the way, if you want. To reach me Email podcast at social media examiner dot com. And for those of you that are regular listeners, you may have noticed that it did not say my Hello? Hello? Hello. At the beginning wondering why got a bit of a sore throat and it's hard to say that quickly and make it sound good, so I just signed to skip it. So if you thought something was different, that's what it was. All right. Let's now transition to this week's brand new discovery. Alive in the social jungle. He respects squeaks. Today I'm joined by Eric Fisher with a brand new discovery. Would you find Eric? I found a cool online tool that lets you see the way that you've got your marketing setup across all your different social sites. All in one glance tell me more. So this is basically a macro level to will. It's called lately. And what this does is you go to their site at try lately dot com, and you enter in your website and your Email, and then it will scan your you are l. and then what it does after that is it brings up all your different social sites. It went, it goes out there and it finds your, you know your Twitter, your Pinterest, your Facebook, your Instagram, etc. And it shows you what you've got filled in on the bio there as well as your naming scheme. So for example, we are s. m. examiner on most everything. And then it'll bring up the avatars or profile picks, etc that you've got for all those accounts and it will grade you. You on the consistency of your messaging. You're naming your imagery, etc. And show you, oh, you know what? We've got a bio in our Facebook that's way different than the one on our Twitter and it kept it basically gives you a macro level report that allows you to get everything back in line with consistency in your messaging. So have you tried this? I did. So I plugged in social media examiner dot com and it wrought up a good. We got like, I don't think it was like an eighty something and I found, oh, you know what? We should probably tweak that bio here or there. But for the most part, we were consistent across the board except for where like our coverage was social media marketing world instead of. Social media examiner with good reason. So what's the cost on this? This is a free tool like this is literally one of those things where you go, try it out and it's free. It's one of those things where there's pricing down the line later. If you want to do some small business or nonprofit type products, locations audiences, connecting different accounts and things like that, but Haase's a free tool. So I see. So basically you have to scroll down a little bit to actually see how it works for free because if you go to the website and you click on pricing could be a little shocked because it's not expensive. It looks like a starts at two hundred twenty nine dollars a month. But if you scroll down and just put in your website in your in your Email address and Skinner URL for free, that is the free something that you will get from it. You feel like that free something, you'd get sufficient enough that people can. It's worth it and they're not going to, you know, get if you will people contacting trying to upsell them. No, I got an Email. That said, hey, thanks for trying out and thanks, you know, here's the link to your reports. You can go back to it at any time, but other than that, and honestly, I think the value here is how long has it been since you've really looked at your. Portfolio of social channels closely enough for consistency. Right. Okay. Cool. Thank you so much, Eric. You're welcome. And now for this week's interview with Ginny, Dietrich help to simplify your social safari. Here's these weights, expert guide to them excited to be joined by Ginny, Dietrich. If you don't know, Ginny is she is a crisis management pro. She's the founder and CEO spin sucks dot com. A site that helps businesses thrive with their public online communications, and she's got a brand new podcast called guess what spin sucks, Ginny, welcome to the show. I'm so happy to be here. Mike, welcome back. It's been a long time like four decided for years. Isn't that crazy? I can't believe I'm doing that long. So today, you and I are going to explore when and how a business should respond publicly to a crisis, whether that happens inside the company or whether that happens outside the company. And this is something I think that happens a lot and we don't talk about a lot. So I thought you'd be the perfect person to bring on. First question is why is it that nowadays? It seems like they're. In the media and in social media, there's like a crisis happening constantly. What's going on almost every day. Yeah, yeah. I talk about this a lot about how you know used to be that there were very specific PR agencies focused on crisis communications, and that's all they did, but but they were able to specialize in it because they're the crisis were so few and far between and today, you know, somebody can be upset with a flight that they were on or hotel stay, or that your crock pot killed a fictional TV character in take to Twitter or Facebook or any social network, and it just blows completely out of proportion. So that's really what we're looking at today is everybody has a megaphone because a social media, and you know if it used to be there, if you're upset with somebody or something, you would tell your neighbor, you tell your friends, you tell your family but was contained to maybe thirty people. And today you can be upset about something and get it out to hundreds of thousands of people. And it's kind of a fascinating. Dilemma from the business perspective, right? Because we have all these tools that allow us to kind of monitor things like sentiment and what people are saying about us. And then we also have the ability for someone to tag us or easily share information with us. And it seems like the raw, the right person saying the wrong thing, you know to their audience can just pop and all the sudden create a nutso story where someone else saying the exact same thing may not have that kind of situation. So you know that that's like a great transition to my next question, which is that we could be in this skies fall in mentality, right? Where every little negative thing that said about us creates a crisis, right? So how do we discern how do we know you know what to worry about and what not to worry about? Yeah, I think there's, you know, there's certainly different levels and one of. The things we talk about is an issue versus a crisis in an issue really is, you know, is this something that is? I hate to say this, but troll enforced is at somebody who's just, you know, antagonizing you or pushing your buttons, but isn't really going to go anywhere. And if that's the case, then that's one approach, is it something that you know, it's it's pretty bad, but it's going to blow over in the twenty four, seven news cycle and won't be a big deal. But you really want to focus that on, is it going to lose his reputation? Is it going to lose us money? And if the answer to either of those questions is yes, then it becomes a crisis. So most of what we see, especially on social media is an issue, it's never gonna cause a stock price decline or a loss of customers, a loss of revenue or Alaska reputation. It may be really painful for a day or two or maybe even a week, but it's not going to cause any of those things. So as long as it doesn't cause reputation or money loss, you really can categorize it. In an issue once it starts to cause reputation or money loss than it becomes an actual crisis. And that's a different level. So you when you think about how you approach things, you know from the troll induced to all the way up to a reputation or money loss us, you have different levels. So you could say the troll is a level one and the money loss or reputation losses. A level ten. And how do you respond to each level in between. Got it. So something like Cambridge Analytica for Facebook would be a level ten for sure, right. I don't even know that that it would be a level ten only because the whole world is talking about it and it's not the whole world is time. It is impacting the stock price, right? I mean, it is after he after he testified before congress, stock prices went up. So when you think about it from that perspective is, has it hurt the reputation? I think they took a little reputational hit, but it I if I were working on that, I probably would have categorized at edited eight or nine, but go back that stock prices are increasing and they're not losing money in that kind of stuff doesn't really put it at a ten. But prior to all his testimony, it might have been a little higher. Right? I mean, obviously, yeah, obviously the Hanley really well, right? Because like. But at the front end of it, it was definitely a crisis unquestionably right. They still is a crisis. I just don't think it's it. You know, we've already seen that. It hasn't cost them any money do think they've taken a reputational hit. But it's also hard because we're in that marketing bubble where were completely obsessed about it and paying attention and all that. So it may look like a reputational hit us, but not necessarily to the outside world. Okay. So let's zoom in on this issue a little bit. So, ah, troll versus
"spin sucks" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"So now charlie sheen spin sucked into this i mean charlie sheen has some issues and we all know that i didn't i wouldn't have guests that this was one of them but who knows with these hollywood people i mean who knows andy in georgia welcome to the blaze good i'd got curious about you know we live down here in georgia i had a pillow that work or repair short while and he hit the really work or probation forget at eu i enjoyed your oil out or meaning i don't know how many of ideas but he had to more than he was allowed and still we are dragged down here you get so many you don't grabbing more area right one of those he had gotten on a military base that he will not military and civilian but he was on a military base when he got one will be us and he told me that that one did not count because the military gokart will be in vain to report military so they wouldn't show up on his record as far as in the survey in world rag no idea crew but what he told me and i know that your day with up to number pro dr anymore cannot get a life but he said if hit record at pulled up the one that he got on the military by the not sure what on his vein record so he said if five with the military base or is it six yet the military base five five altogether one on the military base in for free and a thank you will still spend a lot of money went quiet too and he got to whiten back after the three two one on the military abate would have kicked a matter that well but that one though the show up so when you're when you pull up at quake record no again to what you told me i have no idea i don't know if that's accurate either will have to look into that but appreciate it takes any apparently the the air force has openly admitted their problem their their mistake i mean they just screwed up and they've they've said that so they do report what happens on the military base when it involves a federal law and gun ownership.
"spin sucks" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"And also nature it hit in eight your attacks if you well if we get her came right nuanced it in two thousand four year snaps of flooding is there was in the richmond area not too long ago what happens to it as a civilization we can't play poker mangano anymore by the way my little son is we should not be playing took him under to begin with we should be able to where lead and speak to other human beings without the app but that's just me anyway majors the one thing that can kind of hold is in our trotz in for people who house survive natural disasters or lived through the process of kind of receiver lighting area the average a wink of time to recover from a major disaster is usually ten years for a in an area which is pretty extensive we tend to forget about these things because they drop out of the news pretty quickly and secondly and here reports from its it's pretty incredible new york went without electricity for about two weeks and i had some friends who were depth there and they describe how terrible it was i mean you had to you know to figure out ways of keeping more me you know where to go out to you the new ver en route that has become said technologically advanced you can get what it's like when you don't have hot running water anymore running twenty two it's right now that well it's i guess what work running water there could be a problem with not electricity so it's kind of an interesting idea he does on end this article to say it was angeles is a bad dreams in recent years have conjured monsters because he talks about did routes bringing out how you d's another in walls from the remembers they have also laid out a welcome after monstrous tourists in early july of nineteen ninety six for example became a spin sucking down hire from puerto rico altoona carbo took up residents and watch you know barrier pack only on play see i and a in the northwest san fernando valley he let's see he calls this the cheaper cover it was simultaneously and avatar or people's deepest pierre's an exuberant tongue in cheek and one.
"spin sucks" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
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