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Best Richard Lorenzen podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Richard Lorenzen podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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The DigitalMarketer Podcast is a weekly show produced by DigitalMarketer and hosted by Jenna Snavely. She will take you on a journey through the world of digital marketing, diving deep into the topics that digital marketers, like you, can use to help grow your skills and your business. Along the way, we will be interviewing the key players in the digital marketing industry, bringing real-world insight and examples to help you understand how to implement the best marketing strategies that are ...
 
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Here’s a question you don’t hear often—how well is your internal marketing working? What even is internal marketing? In this episode, co-founder and President of DigitalMarketer Richard Lindner is talking about the importance of marketing to your customers AND your team. He explains how to get your team to lean into your company’s mission, the diff…
 
You know that little website called Google? Incase you haven’t heard—there’s a lot of advertisement potential on this hardly known, tiny platform. In this episode, founders of Google ads agency Solution 8, Kasim Aslam (CEO) and John Moran (CSO) are going to show you how to make magic happen on one of the world’s largest advertising platforms. They …
 
How do you deal with school closings when your child has autism and communication challenges? Today on Homeschool Talks, join HSLDA educational consultants LaNissir James and Dr. Rochelle Somerville, along with guest Keisha Berry, as they provide reassurance and practical tips and resources for helping your child at home.…
 
What would your company look like if it was providing purpose and meaning to the entire team (including you!)? In this episode, Michael & Kathryn Redman, co-owners of Half a Bubble Out, explain how owners and employees can find fulfillment in their work through their Passion and Provision Business Framework. In Part 2, you’ll learn about the provis…
 
Are you struggling with keeping your kids’ schooling going now that they are home from public school? Do you feel like you’ve been thrust into the role of Chief Technology Officer—a role you definitely didn’t ask for? We can relate. On today’s episode of Homeschool Talks, HSLDA Consultant Program Manager Heather Frommack checks in with Media Relati…
 
No more sports, 4-H, dance, or music class—not to mention co-ops, science clubs, and more! Just because you’re already homeschooling doesn’t mean the structure of your family’s days and weeks hasn’t been turned upside down because of COVID-19. Maybe it’s unsettling and challenging—both for you and your kids. Join HSLDA educational consultants LaNis…
 
Was your child receiving special services through the public school, but now you’re suddenly schooling at home? Are you wondering how you can help your child continue learning and flourishing? Join HSLDA educational consultants Kristy Horner, Faith Berens, and Dr. Carol Brown for a conversation about special needs services—with a twist!…
 
What would your company look like if it was providing purpose and meaning to the entire team (including you!)? In this episode, Michael & Kathryn Redman, co-owners of Half a Bubble Out, explain how everyone can win when it comes to business. As a culture-centric agency, they’ve honed in on avoiding the things that steal passion and motivation and f…
 
Are your kids feeling restless, bored, and frustrated right now? Are YOU feeling restless, bored, and frustrated? These are the symptoms—and the diagnosis is cabin fever! Join HSLDA educational consultants LaNissir James, Vicki Bentley, Dr. Rochelle Matthews-Somerville, and Krisa Winn for ideas on how to combat cabin fever. (Note: The resource for …
 
Thinking about creating a course but can’t decide if you should go for it? In this episode, Danielle Leslie, Creator of Course From Scratch, is going to tell you—you should! With over 4,000 students and $8 million in revenue from her own course, Danielle’s giving us advice on where to start as course creators, if it’s a good time to create courses,…
 
If there’s one thing the COVID-19 crisis has created in the world it’s change. Business owners are pivoting their products, agreements, employee hours, and more—but few know if what they’re doing is actually legal. In this episode, owner of Hashtag Legal Jamie Lieberman, Esq, is going to let you know what you can and can’t do right now. Jenna and J…
 
When he was just 15 years old, Richard Lorenzen founded a public relations business. Now, he is often described as one of the most influential millennial entrepreneurs in the United States. Not only has he been featured on Forbes and TEDx, but he’s also shared his entrepreneur and policy insights at the United Nations, as well as universities and c…
 
Nailing your marketing messaging is extra hard right now. Luckily, there are PR experts who can tell us exactly what to do. In this episode, Richard Lorenzen, CEO of PR relations firm Fifth Avenue Brands, explains what his firm is doing to manage media and communication for his clients right now and how they’re using this as an opportunity to promo…
 
You read the title of this episode right—we’re going to be talking about a marketing strategy that doesn’t get a lot of shine these days, cold calling. In this episode, Mike Arce, CEO & co-founder of Loud Rumor, and Dominic Cummins, co-founder of Apex Agency Growth, explain their cold calling strategies that consistently get them qualified leads, h…
 
Imagine you’re a first-time homeschooling mom. Now fast forward six months. Does your homeschool journey look different? That’s one of the questions we’re asking Sarah Grinnell on today’s episode of Homeschool Talks! Join us as she shares her perspective on how her approach to teaching her kids has changed—or stayed the same!—since she began homesc…
 
If your customer avatar is different than the person who makes the decision to buy your product—you know this can be a pickle. Since they’re two different personas, the messaging that works for your end user isn’t going to resonate with your buyer and vice versa. In this episode Sarah Lee, Director of Marketing at Pype, a construction software solu…
 
Are you experimenting with product innovation and marketing strategies in your business? In this episode, Stefan Thomke, experimentation expert, talks about how marketers run experiments the wrong way without realizing it. He explains how to run experiments that will optimize the myriad of touch points available to businesses right now, the fundame…
 
With its many details and steps, pottery-making can be a challenging craft. And yet, homeschool grad and small business owner Talia Olmstead approaches this art with care and quality as she combines function and beauty through her pottery business. Join us on today’s episode of Homeschool Talks: Exploring the Arts as Talia shares tips for creating …
 
Dave Conklin, CEO of Conklin Media, has landed contracts with big names, like Hershey’s, and his marketing style is similar to ours—it’s okay to do things that aren’t scalable but could have a massive impact on your end goal. In this episode Dave spills the tea on connecting specific avatars to high-profit products for his clients, their process fo…
 
How are franchises with businesses across the country (and sometimes even globe) able to keep their branding and marketing consistent? In this episode Jenna interviews Jacob Eisenberg, Director of Marketing for Tint World Automotive Styling Centers. With over 80 franchises worldwide, Jacob expertly navigates us through the winding roads of digital …
 
Want some paid ad advice from someone who has spent $10 million on social media campaigns in just the last year? This week Jenna sits down with Savannah Sanchez, founder of the Social Savannah, who is a paid ads expert. Savannah explains why 2020 is the best time for brands to start (or keep!) advertising on social, her toolkit for creating top per…
 
What does dynamic rendering mean? If you don’t know, you’re us right before this interview. This episode of The DigitalMarketer podcast is going to define dynamic rendering for you and explain why you actually need to know about it. We’re focusing on technical SEO this week and brought in the big leagues to give us the rundown. Geoff Atkinson, foun…
 
Recently, HSLDA has been getting questions about the federal bill, H.R. 1434—The Education Freedom Scholarships and Opportunity Act. What is this bill? How does it affect homeschooling? And why is HSLDA supporting it? Join HSLDA’s Jim Mason and Sandra Kim to answer these questions and more—on today’s episode of Homeschool Talks.…
 
At DigitalMarketer, we’re constantly testing so that we can share with you what’s working right now in digital marketing. In this episode, we take you behind the scenes of our 2020 strategy as Jenna interviews our General Manager Justin Rondeau. Here’s the inside scoop: we’re exploring new channels, making some major pivots, and we stumbled on a ve…
 
You read this episode’s title correctly. In this episode, Jenna interviews Nathalie Lussier, Founder of AccessAlly, to talk about marketing in the age of privacy and why Nathalie chose to go against the grain of marketing by opting out of using pixels and retargeted ads. As new regulations are enforced, she shows us it’s possible to succeed without…
 
It happens more often than it should. You get a letter requesting the expected homeschooling forms. But wait—what’s this? An added request for an in-person meeting, a birth certificate, a fill-in-the-blank. Unfortunately, districts don’t always follow the law. Why does this happen—and why is it important to push back?…
 
Are you looking to grow your audience and sales? This episode of the DigitalMarketer podcast has been taken straight from the Traffic & Conversion stage and right to your headphones. You’ll hear from Kim Walsh Phillips, Founder of Powerful Professionals, to learn about the five step 24-Hour Thunderbolt strategy that she’s used to generate $357,000 …
 
Looking to grow your social media platforms in 2020? In this episode, Sunny Lenarduzzi explains how she created a multi-million dollar business on Youtube by helping businesses grow their own Youtube channels. Jenna finds out how Sunny gets the maximum amount of engagement on her Instagram posts, how her social media demographics have changed as he…
 
Are you a fear-based marketer or an abundant mindset marketer? In this episode, Jenna interviews Gabby Bernstein, author, speaker, and motivational coach and her CMO Lindsey Marder (a former DigitalMarketer team member) about what it takes to market from a place of value for a return of attention and revenue. Listen to find out how Gabby markets fr…
 
David Meerman, online marketing strategist and author of The New Rules of Marketing and PR, joins Jenna this week to talk about what marketing strategies are on the horizon. In this episode, David explains how he uses neuroscience to create his marketing strategies, steps to fix your content when you realize that it’s not creating raving fans, and …
 
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