InnovaBuzz Newsletter 22 January 2020
Welcome to your weekly InnovaBuzz Newsletter — a roundup of what’s new and noteworthy in Marketing, Podcasting and Innovation, what’s been happening on the InnovaBuzz Podcast and more.
In this episode, our guest is Greg Rollett who is an Emmy® Award-Winning Producer, Best-Selling Author, and media expert who works with small business owners from all over the world to create personality-driven TV shows that drive their business. He is the host of Ambitious Adventures, a travel reality show for entrepreneurs that can be seen on Entrepreneur.com as well as Facebook Watch.
Through his media network, Ambitious.com and the Ambitious TV Network, Greg’s team has been able to create hundreds of episodes for their clients that are now seen across the globe on Apple TV, Smart TVs, and mobile devices and many other online and offline outlets. This gives small business owners an opportunity to be seen and heard by the people that they can best help. He also coaches small business owners to create their own videos by being their Virtual Video Producer.
In our discussion, Greg talked to us about:
- His focused content strategy with four things you want to be known for
- Consistent prolific action rather than perfect
- Focusing on your mission over your ego
In this episode, our guest is Mark Robinson from the International Academy of Wealth. For more than 23 years, Mark and his team have been working with business owners, CEO’s & everyday people, who have a desire to take control of their financial future in order to truly create and experience financial independence.
As an Ex-Financial Planner, who has a strong background within the financial services industry plus having run & managed several millions of dollars of business & investment assets of his own, Mark really knows his stuff. He is co-author of “The Soul Purpose of Wealth”, where the message is “stop being a slave to debt, build wealth and live life on purpose”. Listen to the conversation, and you’ll find out how to get a free copy of that book.
In our discussion, Mark talked to us about:
- His ninja mind trick to quickly build financial wealth
- Why it’s important for a business to take profit and invest in other assets
- Some ideas around the future of investing
by Sam Balter
2019 will be remembered as a tectonic shift in the world of podcasting.
Nowadays, over 51% of the United States have listened to at least one podcast. Additionally, in 2019, over $650M was spent on podcast advertising, and Spotify, Google, and VC’s are now investing hundreds of millions into podcasting.
All of this money and attention has lots of readers asking how their brand can take advantage of the audio boom by starting their own podcast.
In many ways, it’s a lot easier for folks who subscribe to the philosophy of Inbound Marketing to start a podcast because you’re likely to have lots of existing content. Keep reading to find out how marketers leverage their existing content and turn it into a branded podcast.
Podcasting is an excellent way to promote your business, connect with influencers, and establish yourself as an expert in your field. It is also great fun!
Make clever and strategic podcasting a fundamental pillar of your marketing and open a whole range of opportunities to help your target audience.
If you want to participate in the Podcasting Tsunami, with your own podcast that positions you as an expert and is your very own PR and media platform, click the button below.
CQ for Global Leaders Podcast
Logic makes people think but emotion makes people act.
If you want people to take action in anything, there needs to be a degree of emotion. Otherwise, people will think about it but not do it.
In this episode of the CQ for Global Leaders Podcast, Dr. Tom Verghese, discusses logic vs emotion and why it’s important for leaders to engage with their people on a personal level to inspire them to take action and create a more inclusive workforce.
Podcasters sometimes shy away from the word “script” or “outline” thinking it might make their show sound too formal, or that the process of writing a script will stifle the creative process.
For most hosts, this couldn’t be further from the truth, and all those podcasters who appear to breeze through their words are often doing so because of good preparation and quality scripting.
Choosing a podcast script style is an excellent place for beginner podcasters to start before launching their first episode, and experienced hosts can always benefit from going back to basics.
In this article, learn how to write a podcast script as well some tips and best practices to do so.
UP NEXT ON INNOVABUZZ PODCAST
We’ve got more fantastic guests lined up! Look out for these InnovaBuzz episodes to publish this coming week, where we share all kinds of tips and strategies around innovation, leadership, and modern marketing.
Wonderful conversations with Zach McGill of Perk Health about personality styles and behavioural psychology as well as Lindsay Dicks of Celebrity Sites about producing and leveraging content, human connection, and social media.
Watch out for these episodes to publish next week!
That’s all for this week.
Remember to BE AWESOME and KEEP INNOVATING.
Originally published at https://www.getdrip.com.