My guest on the podcast, Dianna Huff, is an award-winning digital marketing consultant. She’s also a thought leader who has made content contributions in well-known digital publications such as Forbes, BtoB, Response Magazine, Content Marketing Institute, MarketingSherpa, Marketing Profs, Clickz, Search Engine Watch and Search Engine News.
Dianna launched her marketing communications consulting practice in 1998. Since then, she has developed and implemented web lead generation strategies and communications that improve search rankings, drive website traffic, generate sales and increase profits for clients ranging from small and mid-market companies to Fortune 500 corporations. She has served clients in a diverse range of industries including industrial, manufacturing, environmental, nonprofit, construction, healthcare, enterprise software, IT, financial services and consulting.
Dianna has accomplished a lot as a business owner, and in the last few years she has also made a number of important changes. Perhaps the most significant change she implemented was to narrow her range of service offerings and her marketing focus.
As part of that strategic shift, Dianna changed the name of her consulting firm from DH Communications to Huff Industrial Marketing. Today she is squarely focused on her passion — helping owners of small industrial manufacturing companies in the U.S. to grow their businesses through better marketing. Her unique consulting practice is thriving, and as you’ll hear in this interview she has never been more excited about her work.
Dianna is a wonderful example of someone experiencing the rewards of a more specialized consulting practice. Could becoming more focused and specialized help your business stand out and profit? If that’s a question you’d like answered, then you don’t want to miss the lessons that Dianna shares in this candid conversation. Scroll down to the Podcast Player and listen now!
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[Legacy post: Small Business Talent] Most of the successful solopreneurs I know bring a sense of higher purpose to their work. They’re not just earning a living, they’re on a mission to improve their clients’ business life and make the world a little better.
Of course, learning how to create and communicate a business value mission that attracts your ideal clients is challenging. That’s why I asked an expert on this subject to join us today.
My guest, Steve Woodruff, specializes in helping business owners to find their core fit and communicate what he calls their business value mission in a specific marketplace. His fascinating approach is called clarity therapy. Why? Because it’s like working with a psychologist and a branding agency all rolled into one.
Ready to start attracting more of your ideal clients? If so, then you’re going to find Steve Woodruff’s insights and advice uniquely valuable. Scroll down to the Podcast Player below and listen now.
[Legacy post: Small Business Talent] Most independent professionals would love nothing better than to build a business around their core strengths. That’s why I asked an expert on this subject to join me on the podcast today for an in-depth interview.
My guest is Steve Woodruff. Steve specializes in helping solo professionals and business owners to discover their “core fit” in a specific marketplace. His unique approach is called “Clarity Therapy”. Why? Because it’s like working with a psychologist and a branding agency rolled into one.
Step-by-step, Steve helps his clients to unpack what they and their business are really all about. This includes getting clear about a number of elements, including your Company DNA, Key Offering, Market, Story, Message and Analogy.
Isn’t it time to take a fresh look at yourself and your work? If you said yes (or even maybe), then you’ll find this interview very interesting. Scroll down to the Podcast Player now and have a listen!