[Legacy post: Small Business Talent] Brian Shea helps solopreneurs and small professional services firms to put sales and marketing systems in place and efficiently acquire more clients. I’m pleased to have him join us on the podcast today to discuss his approach to building a simpler and more successful business.
Brian founded his firm, Shea Consulting, in 2012. His specialty is assisting clients with CRM and marketing automation to eliminate manual, repetitive tasks and amplify their sales and marketing results.
In today’s content-rich interview, Brian shares tips from his free ebook: The Time to Grow: Four Paths to Simplifying & Growing Your Business. His goal? To help you save time, reduce stress, and increase your revenue. Scroll down to the Podcast Player and listen now!
[Legacy post: Small Business Talent] My guest on the podcast today, Katy Tynan, is an author, speaker and consultant. As the world of self-employment changes, Katy is committed helping independent professionals like us to adapt to this evolving landscape and thrive.
Today we’ll be discussing Katy’s exciting new book, Free Agent: The Independent Professional’s Roadmap to Self-Employment Success. Whether you are an experienced solo entrepreneur, or just have a side business that you want to grow, you’ll find her guidance on successful self-employment inspiring.
The bottom-line is simple. If you’re striving to build a healthy and sustainable business, then you don’t want to miss Katy’s practical advice. Scroll down to the Podcast Player below and listen now!
[Legacy post: Small Business Talent] My guest on the podcast, Mark Schaefer, is among the world’s most recognized social media authorities. He has been a keynote speaker at major conferences such as SXSW, Social Media Week London, the National Economic Development Association, Word of Mouth Marketing Conference Tokyo, and National Association of State CIOs. Mark has also lectured at Oxford University, Carnegie-Mellon University, Princeton, and many other prestigious institutions.
Mark has degrees in marketing and organizational development. He’s a faculty member of the graduate studies program at Rutgers University and is also the author of four critically acclaimed marketing books: Return On Influence, Born to Blog, The Tao of Twitter, and Social Media Explained (the bestselling book that he discusses on today’s podcast).
Social media marketing is here to stay — and understanding how to use key social media tools effectively is important to remaining competitive in your marketplace. If you’re looking for trustworthy advice on using social media to get better marketing results for your business, then today’s interview is a must. Scroll down to the Podcast Player below and listen now!