On Demand Advertising Solutions Blog: 4 Ways A Brand Ambassador Can Help Your Business, Podcast #37

You’re the CEO or President of your company. You know you need to be active in the business or trade community you belong to to build your business to business brand.

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Who Ya Gonna Call? Your recently hired Brand Ambassador.

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Today’s podcast discusses 4 Ways A Brand Ambassador Can Help Your Business.

More than a sales person–a lifeline to your prospects beginning the customer experience.

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Marketing Your Business; 4 Ways A Brand Ambassador Can Help Your Business, Podcast #37!

Host: John D. Verlin

Transcript:

Good afternoon. John Verlin once again with On Demand Advertising Solutions and another Digital Marketing Update. This is our 37th podcast.

Today I want to talk about something that we just recently introduced into our marketing—and it’s the idea of a brand ambassador.

If you’re talking about a sales person—a brand ambassador as I see it is more than just a salesperson. They are the person that can fill in the blanks that the sales person can or won’t do.

So four ways a brand ambassador can help your business if you have not even thought about it. Obviously you’d probably want a seasoned sales person. Or somebody that has experience talking to people.

Enjoys going to things, events—trade shows, chamber coffees and luncheons. They have to enjoy this and they’re good with people. Because you can’t force people to like people!

In my experience, there are businesses—and they could be small businesses, they could be fairly large.

They can’t get the salespeople to go to things, to be honest.

How many salespeople want to get up at six in the morning to go to a 7:30am chamber breakfast? And they’re on commission.

Or go after hours to an event? Yeah, they may offer food and drinks and stuff—but it’s at 6 o’clock and they want to get home.

These are some dilemma’s I’ve seen over the years that might cause your business to maybe want to consider a brand ambassador.

But having a marketer on top of that can really enhance things. So, what four ways can a brand ambassador help your business?

First of all—they’re a visible prescense at business events.

For your company, your industry. Chamber events. Fund-raisers. Whatever that is—typically CEO’s and presidents should be going to these things.

Because the other people who are in attendance at these things are going to be management and above.

And you would want to hob-knob with them you think to build relationships.

But unfortunately, a lot of them don’t have time or take the time or can’t take the time to go to these things.

So, a brand ambassador can fill in—fill the shoes so to speak. To do the things that people can’t do or won’t do or don’t want to do.

So they have a physical presence at important events on a regular basis.

OK, fifty-two weeks a year, the chamber breakfast, they attend. Or an after hours. Or multiple chamber events. Think about that.

The brand ambassador now is filling in your shoes.

Constantly to get to the events you’d like to but don’t have time.

Suddenly, somebody is there with a presence, with a logo on a shirt perhaps. Possibly handing out items, brochures, whatever.

And that is a physical connection with guess what, your prospects. And who are the prospects? The people you’re having the brand ambassador go visit, or meet with or engage with on a regular basis.

Now doesn’t that make sense?

Otherwise, that group of people, whatever it is…a chamber, a trade or industry event or group, you need to be in front of them all of the time.

Besides taking out an ad in a program. This is an engagement that starts the customer relationship, number one.

And number two—and this is above and beyond the relationship.

They will engage these prospects. Hob-knobing, whatever you want to call it and they do it on a regular basis. And they become friends.

In my experience, this can be really powerful.

Just had an example the other day with the mayor of the town I live in. I started chatting him up about some things. He recommended somebody I should talk to.

How did I do that? Well, I have known him for several years. Why? Because I belong to the chamber.

I would go to the chamber events and I saw him all of the time. Connected with him on Facebook. Suddenly, now we have a prospect or a connection to other businesses.

So it’s engaging the prospects that a brand ambassador can help your business start a warm market so to speak with people. On a regular basis.

The third thing—and I mentioned this earlier—handing out a brochure or a business card. Or any kind of fun, promotional items when they go to these events.

Maybe you have ten thousand key chains made and they’re just sitting in a box.

Well, they give them out. As a matter of fact, they can work with the chamber or whatever group they’re going to.

Say, hey—I’ve got some stuff, some mugs—could we put things in the things that we give away for a drawing?

So they can use promotional items. brochures, to further tell your story at these special events, on a regular basis.

I keep throwing that in because this is so important, for businesses to have a presence on a regular basis.

Not just for the brand ambassador—but this ties in to all the media that you’re doing.

Your social media, your digital ads—your tv, radio, print, email marketing. Everything ties together. And this is one more element a lot of businesses may not have thought about or just don’t have the luxury of having.

And this is why considering hiring a brand ambassador maybe a good idea.

And finally, the fouth reason—the fourth way it can help your business, they can take pictures, videos, audio recordings.

Whatever that is, and then bring it back and post it on your social media. Your website. Send it out on an email blast to customers, prospects—on your Facebook page.

That says, today you were at this business luncheon, for the chamber—thrilled with guest speaker so and so. With a picture of the guest speaker at the luncheon.

They’re highlighted and the chambers’ highlighted from your company that the brand ambassador did on your behalf.

And now they, meaning the chamber and the people that you mentioned in that post that were at the event, begin to see that, because you highlighted them in your Facebook post.

They see it and they forward it to people they know and they like it.

And now other people through the chamber and everywhere else knows that your business was at that event.

You’re using the social media to further that image and impression. Four reasons why a brand ambassador can help.

And you know what? It’s fun. It’s fun to engage prospects.

A lot of people go to these things occasionally, but if you have a client party—or a customer party,and they are at it—and known by a number of prospects and customers.

Why, because they have a face of your business for people who don’t take the time or have the time to engage them on a regular basis.

So four reasons a brand ambassador can help your business. I’ll be happy to take any questions if you want to email: johnverlin12@att.net.

Visit: www.OnDemandAdvertisingSolutions.com website and we’ll talk to you again next week!

All podcasts are recorded by Verlin Studios / Gardner, Kansas

Copyright, John D. Verlin 2017

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On Demand Advertising Solutions Blog: Getting Accurate Market Research, The Road Map To Business Success, Podcast #36

One of the main reason’s business fail is not having a market for their particular product or service.

Taking a hobby and making a side-gig then a small business,  requires knowing whether or not customers will be interested in your idea and are willing to pay for it.

Today’s podcast discusses research basics (a reminder) that all business owners need to implement–as customer needs, desires, trends, etc are changing at lighting speed (think Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods and the disruption it’s causing in the food industry).

When we work with clients in marketing their business, one of the first things we discuss is the need for a customer survey to glean this research in forming a marketing platform.

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Marketing Your Business; Getting Accurate Market Research, The Road Map To Business Success, Podcast #36!

Host: John D. Verlin

Transcript:

And a pleasant good afternoon to you this John Verlin with On Demand Advertising Solutions another digital marketing update, podcast number 36.

And today, I wanted to talk to you about a post I saw an Entrepreneur Magazine from September 2010 and it’s written by a lady–it was great post by Leslie Spencer Pyle about marketing research.

Kind of the basics,  but I thought I’d be a good time to do a review of this because it’s a mistake a lot of small business owners make. 

And even new startups are making–you go from doing a hobby to a side gig and then you just want to morph into whatever you’re doing and try to make a few extra bucks on the side.

But you don’t really know if there’s a demand for your product or service.

This is a big reason a lot of businesses fail– because they haven’t found a market for the product or service.

I want to go over these points because I think this will help in evaluating if you are getting ready to launch a new business or if in fact you have one that’s struggling right now and you’re trying to figure out from a marketing standpoint where to go with it.

Marketing research will give you a picture of products and services that may be profitable for you.

Businesses are facing this constantly in their search for what customers want and need.

It’s kind of like having she says, a trip from Texas to New York without a road map. It gives you that road map to be successful in your business.

Two types of research are primary research–analyzing current sales and the effectiveness of the current practice and it really takes the competitors plans into account giving you information about your competition.

Collecting primary research include interviews either by phone or face-to-face with them either online or by mail questionnaires online or by mail and then focus groups of gathering a sampling of the potential clients or customers getting direct feedback.

That’s primary research and that’s important because this will help get that information to give you a better idea of what is needed.

Some important questions might include you know what factors do you consider when you buy this product or service what do you like or dislike about the current products or services currently available.

What areas would you suggest for improvement and then what it would be an appropriate price for this product or service?

You may be able to lower the price.

So we think about the phone companies as an example and how they offer 3 gig of data download with talk and text for free for $30 a month and then a competitor has 5 gig of data.

You know that these pricing things change constantly and this is why finding out currently what people are willing to pay but you got to stay on top of it obviously because they can change overnight as competitors move in.

So collecting this data–there’s really two categories of data collection,  that’s quantitative and qualitative.

Quantitative is mathematical analysis and usually require a large sample size.

She gives an example, that is your website.

You can analyze the web analytics the kind of people coming to your site. Where they’re coming from, how long they are staying, which page they are visiting or exiting and that’s a critical to find out how effective your promotions are and your post and things like that.

How effective they are in and getting people to your website. These help you find a quantitative research method and they can help business owners.

And so is she talks about the quantitative methods besides your website qualifying these kind of results.

There are three really common marketing mistakes that small business owners make.

The first was using only secondary research. Relying on published work of others doesn’t give you the full picture.

It may be a good place to start but the information you get from secondary research can be outdated.

You can miss out on other factors relevant to your business using only web resources and search engines to get information may not be totally accurate.

You can go to your library college campus or small business center and I use those locally.

Small business centers are a great resource, and I’ve gone to several symposiums at mine, talking to instructors there who are meeting with small business owners on a regular basis to kind of gauge where I’m at in my business and the services I should offer to my clients.

In my case,  I conducted my own little face-to-face interviews with chamber members at different chambers to determine the need for small business marketing services.

One reason I wanted to do podcasting was because it hadn’t been used that much, same with animated videos or video in general.

I saw a need in the market among small businesses for a range of things–and again I’m tweaking my business as I go along.

So this will at least give you some basics to consider as you move forward and build your business or launch an idea.

Love to hear from you. You can email me at johnverlin12@att.net.

Visit  www.OnDemandAdvertisingSolutions.com.

We’ll talk to you again next week!

All podcasts are recorded by Verlin Studios / Gardner, Kansas

Copyright, John D. Verlin 2017

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On Demand Advertising Solutions Blog: How Your Content Will Make You King, Podcast #35

So many business owners invest in marketing to stand out from competitors– yet overlook a proven concept that’s been around forever.

And that is content. Ever since paintings were drawn in caves, man has used content to create, educate and inspire.

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Today’s podcast discusses three ways your creative content will make your business KING and rule over the competition!

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Marketing Your Business; How Your Content Will Make You King, Podcast #35!

Host: John D. Verlin

Transcript:

Good afternoon. John Verlin once again with On Demand Advertising Solutions, podcast #35.

And today I want to talk to you about three ways your content can make you king.

And the reason I want to do this—and we’ve talked about this in the past, about how important content is.

Recently I’ve talked to a number of business owners, to have been hesitant to invest in good content.

Whether they pay someone or do it themselves, or whatever.

Now, if you’re listening to this. This is content, ok? I’m going to give you three reasons today why this is so important in your business.

And content has been around since cavemen were painting pictures of animals on caves. They’ve used it to educate, to entertain, the enlighten, to give insights. To promote themselves. To position themselves. All of this is why content is important.

You may think, we’ll I’m just relying on word of mouth. I don’t really need a website, or I don’t need a blog, I don’t need any of these things. And if I do have them, I don’t really need content. Well, you really do.

Here’s three reasons why.

And if you’re looking for ways to build your business.

We’re in a digital world, whether you like it or not. The web are the way things are getting done today. Whether you use your phone to make purchases, or searches or whatever you’re doing.

This is what the web is doing today. And so this is why it’s so important to have this online presence we’ve talked about and why content plays into this so well.

Because it didn’t used to be this way. Think about it. You used to have a store, you used to have to advertise in the paper for a sale, or whatever you were doing. You may have given out business cards or brochures.

You’ve got all of that now and more as an opportunity on the web to promote yourself, to form images, to provide offers to get people to come by, to call—to do whatever you need them to do. You have the tools today.

Now the question is—A–are you going to invest the time and money to do this? One reason I like podcasts, and I’ve mentioned this before—and if you’re listening to this—you’re seeing what I’m talking about.

You don’t have to go find tons of content to make you stand out. Podcasting allows you to just wing it. Like I’m doing, sort of. I have notes and I’ve done this for quite a while.

It allows you to state who you are and come across to your listeners, who you really are—and they get to know you! See the difference?

If I write something, you kind of get to know me after a while—but you don’t get to hear the inflections, the pauses, the nuances. And that’s what podcasting does.

Now, the beauty of this is—this is content! Believe it or not. And this is why I do this with clients—because, #1—a lot of people aren’t doing it. They don’t think about it. This is an extension of my radio background. This is a natural.

I kept thinking, why aren’t more people doing this? They’re coming of age now. We’re seeing more and more podcasting. Video—all of that. I’t one reason why I’m including it in what I do for my clients.

It’s sort of cutting edge even, because not everybody is doing it. And with businesses, small businesses—they don’t even have a website.

So do you see that website—all of this is an extension of your business.

Whether you’re doing it online, or you have a brick and mortar business. Or whatever. And just look at Amazon and what they’re doing. They’e wiping out brick and mortar right and left on the web. Through their platform.

This is why all of this is so important. Ok, three ways your content and make you king—and make your business king.

First of all—it highlights your expertise. Your knowledge. Your credibility. Your believability.

Whether you’re doing it like I’m doing it, I’m doing that right now as we speak. I’m doing it through a podcast. I could write this out. Which I will do in transcribing. So I can get found on the web.

But you can do this to—whether it’s a video or a podcast—or whatever it is. This will highlight your expertise.

It will separate you from your competitors. How do I know that? Because they’re probably not doing podcasting.

They haven’t thought of it, they don’t want to take the time. They don’t know how to do it. That’s what I’m finding in businesses that I work with and talk to. They like the idea. It’s different.

You can do that or you can go search the web for written content—or write your own four thousand word blogpost every week. But I don’t want to do that.

I like to talk and I like to do it in this format to highlight expertise. And transcribe it so it’s in written form. And it gets searchable, searched on the web.

Which leads me to number two—your content will be searchable on the web! It will rank you! If you don’t believe me-just put out some every week.

Fifty-two weeks a year, you’re going to have fifty-two podcasts, fifty-two posts. Whatever you’re doing and guess what—all of that new content is going to be seen by Google and Bing, the search engines. And they’re going to rank it.

And don’t get bogged down on finding keywords, and doing all of that sort of thing. You can do that, and pay a lot of money for it. It’s not that necessary like it used to be. The algorithms have changed. They are looking for a good customer experience—Google is, for their customers.

That’s all you have to worry about. Give good content basically—it will get ranked.

So the second point is, you will be searchable on the web. It’s going to highlight your expertise and credibility against the competition.

The third one is—it’s part of your website, on a blog.

Now, if you put together a website for your business, you may have different, what do I want to call it, products, services. And that’s fine.

But once you list all of that—it’s sort of static. I mean, how many qualifications do you need as a hygenist? Once you’ve listed that—it’s right there on the web. And that’s content. But if you have a blog—and every week you post something new about yourself.

Like I—I talk about experiences about myself that I’ve had with clients. About chamber people I meet. Things I read. Things I hear and watch.

You can do that too. Share your experiences. Share your insights. All of that is content which will make a difference in you vs. your competitors.

See how that makes you stand out? But it’s also part of, in a blog format, your website.

And that is all something I’m going to call a mechanism, a promotional mechanism.

It allows other media, if you’re doing radio, TV, print, direct mail, email marketing, whatever you’re doing. It allows you to direct that back to your website.

Your’e giving them a reason to come there. It’s not just a coupon, this is content that they can see everything you’ve done. And that forms impressions.

Ok, and it’s something of value.

Your content should be something your prospects or customers are looking for or want to know about. Just like I’m doing write now.

If you’re listening to this—you’re doing exactly what I want you to do and why I’m doing it this way.

Because, I want you to come to my site, my blog, listen to my podcast.

And you probably know about it through something I sent on social media. Or a link somewhere. Or you were on my WordPress website and found a link to it.

Something intrigued you to want to find out more.

That, is what all content will do to make you king!

You’ll stand head and shoulders above your competition. Because a lot of them aren’t doing it. And how do I know that?

They don’t want to invest the money as I’ve mentioned or the time.

A lot of businesses, they don’t see value in this. You can get a high search ranking by buying tons of ads, but just putting out good content—it’s automatically going to happen.

It takes time—but it’s a great way to accomplish three or four things with one thing.

And make you stand out and make your content king. So try that. If you have questions, I’ll be happy to answer them.

Once again, you can email me: johnverlin12@att.net or visit our website: www.OnDemandAdvertisingSolutions.com.

We’ll talk to you next week. Have a great week!

All podcasts are recorded by Verlin Studios / Gardner, Kansas

Copyright, John D. Verlin 2017

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On Demand Advertising Solutions Blog: Seven Ways Your Business Can Change & Thrive Against The Competition, Podcast #34

When it comes to marketing your business, business is constantly changing. More so, in times of uncertainty–change is inevitable.

What can a business do to stay ahead of the game and grow?

Today, Podcast #34 discusses seven ways your business can overcome change and thrive against the competition.

The time is now to begin to prepare as the competition will waste no time.

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Marketing Your Business; 6 Ways To Market Your Business Outside Of The Box, Podcast #34!

Host: John D. Verlin

Transcript:

Good afternoon. John Verlin once again with On Demand Advertising Solutions, podcast #34.

I want to start off today by talking to you briefly about a gentleman I talked to last week, who owns a business in the town I live in.

He said, “you know, John, we’ve been talking a little bit about what you do for your business, what you have to offer—and I’m interested”.

He said, “really, what you’re doing is complimentary to what I’m doing with Google Adwords.

“It reinforces what I’m trying to accomplish in search engine optimization, getting my name on lists, everything.”

And I said, “well, that’s a good point. Everything should be complimentary. Whatever you’re doing, radio, tv, print, email blasts, direct mail”. Whatever it is.

Particularly when it comes to content and your expertise—promoting that content and expertise. All of that should compliment one another, because that’s your marketing platform.

That’s the impressions that are formed when people visit your website or see you online. And when they bring up an ad in search in Google Adwords and get to your website. They’re going to see the different links, the different posts you’ve made on your blog.

The video’s, everything, all of that is going to agree with it and yes compliment the money you’re spending on Google.

Because now you have something to show them. It shows your value, shows your expertise. And shows how you’re in touch. And this all leads into what I want to talk about today.

A great post written by Martin Zwilling in Inc. Magazine at the end of September. Seven Ways Company’s Of Any Size Can Achieve Growth In Today’s Turbulent Market.

This could have been written twenty years ago—I mean when isn’t there a turbulent market?

He talks about some really great ideas that we have been talking about in these podcasts.

It goes right in line with what I’ve been trying to share with you about why these various elements about content and promotion are so important.

He’s basically saying that every opportunity today is global, and so is the competition.

How customer expectations are evolving and technology is changing, which is normal.

That has been the case, but it’s forcing companies from little ones to big ones to innovate quickly despite fear of change, uncertainty and doubt.

Evolving customer expectations and technology are forcing these changes.

There’s nothing we can do about it. We either lose customers or stay on top of things and gain them.

Basically we’ve got to capitalize on uncertainties in the market. Instread of letting these unknowns slow you down, get everybody on your team to make a commitment to respond quickly and effectively to these opportunities we’re now having.

He basically says seven things that are great.

Number one he says is embrace uncertainty and risk, rather than repeatibility.

Business have always been consistent to know their costs, their profits, everything.

They’re very consistent. But today, we have to have the ability to anticipate and adapt to change to beat competitors and excite customers.

Number two, he says is to get in sync with customers. How? By customer interaction. Seek direct customer feedback he says via social media and personal interactions rather than old market research.

Products and services should be updated continuously—not just a major annual upgrade. This is fast.

This is why all of this is so important. It’s why I’ve been emphasizing, if you’ve never done any content promotion or marketing or social media promotion—or social media interaction, you need to change with that and adapt.

Because, your methods of marketing have changed.

The print advertising you may have used to have done, or direct mail or email—all of that has changed.

Look at the postal service. You know, almost went out of business. What would that do to somebody who relied on direct mail? It forces you to change rapidly. Faster than your competitors, or they’re going to overtake you.

Number three—continually look outside for talent and technology.

We see that leveraging the capabilities outside of your organization can grow opportunities and reduce risk faster, rather than increasing risk.

Again, it’s keeping those antennas up and leveraging ideas and capabilities outside of your business. Because of these fast changes we’ve got to stay on top of things.

Number four he says, connect with and strengthen your customer ecosystem.

He suggests and talks about a lot of growth companies like Salesforce.com have leveraged value by hosting events and have their customers learn from each other, as well as channel partners and complementary host providers.

So, host events. Have, I guess—parties.

Whatever you feel to get your customers to share with one another.

To interact—and you’re hosting it.

You’re in front of your customers, which they’ll like—but you’re also providing a network—a means of education and learning. You’re the person behind it. And they’ll appreciate it. That’s part of the customer ecosystem.

Number five, create cross-functional teams to create opportunities.

This really is opening up the creativity of your employees. Enabling them to choose their own job, grant them leeway to get the work done.

They need that spark, particularly we’ve read a lot of stories about millennials and how to keep them involved.

This is part of the big thing. Giving them the tools to let their ideas jump out and expand, to get things done. To make them happy. It’s huge…it’s huge keeping your employees happy.

You can get learning, change—all of these things they can be involved with, and it gets them involved.

Number six, pursue growth opportunities outside of your comfort zone. Really, it’s learning new skills, make it a prime thing for every employee to learn a new skill.

Maybe it’s social media. Maybe it’s copywriting. Maybe it’s accounting. I don’t know, but whatever that is, let them cross-train, learn new skills, new talent. So they can be aware and on top of things to help you in this time of rapid change.

And finally he talks about, number seven—recognize the impact of trust on efficientcy and speed.

Take deliberate action to build trust. Be a personal role model. Encourage and develop healthy conflict, debate and dissent. The result is better discussions, more consensus and accelerated business growth.

And, show appreciation, on-going for each employees contributions. It’s huge.

They’ve got to trust you as a leader. But, how many times have you intervened in a brainstorming session? Or cut people off, not letting them finish their sentence?

Or not let them throw out their ideas? No idea is a bad idea. Not ridiculing what they say. Things like that?

You need to encourage debate. You need to encourage dissent and healthy conflict. That’s the only way to get new cutting edge ideas out and on the table. Because you’re allowing each individual persons’ values as well as their learning. And what they see.

It may only take one idea to change everything. And again, showing appreciation is huge. Whether it’s a weekly lunch, a gift card—whatever. That’s a huge thing. It’s a small price to pay to keep your employees happy.

And the objectives of these imperatives is to continuously stimulate fearless growth even in turbulent markets by staying more competitive, fostering innovation and dominating your space.

And…if you haven’t already done it, start.

That’s what I’ve been sharing with businesses I’ve talked to. People who have not only emailed me about these podcasts, but network events I’ve attended. It’s not too late to start, and it should’ve happened yesterday.

I had a prospect call me this week and I asked him, OK, what time frame are we talking about getting started and he said, “yesterday”.

I talked to him eight months ago and he didn’t have a website. This should have happened a year ago. Because of these turbulent times and how quick thiings can happen.

John Verlin, On Demand Advertising Solutions. Love to hear from you. Email: johnverlin12@att.net. Website: www.OnDemandAdvertisingSolutions.com.

 

All podcasts are recorded by Verlin Studios / Gardner, Kansas

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