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Posts by Michael Vickers

Scott Cohen – How Email and SMS Can Help Win Back and Retain Customers

There are five generations of buyers in today’s competitive marketplace and about 19 communication channels, so whether you’re looking to maximize revenue to grow your company, boost engagement and awareness, increase repeat customers, or encourage brand loyalty, my guest today can help.

Standing out from the crowd and getting your message heard is always a challenge. Employing email and SMS marketing remain potent tools for engaging with customers. By implementing best practices such as personalization, mobile optimization, and clear CTAs, while avoiding overwhelming frequency and generic content, you can harness the power of these channels to drive meaningful results in your marketing efforts. To help us understand how to use these tools effectively is an award winning marketing expert and CEO of Inbox Army, Scott Cohen.

David Saxby – Marketing Strategies and Tactics for 2024

In today’s episode, my guest and I will talk about the ever-evolving landscape of marketing. We’ll dissect the current state of marketing, shedding light on what truly works and what doesn’t. From the rise of digital platforms to the art of authentic engagement, we’ll leave no stone unturned as we uncover the secrets to effective marketing in today’s fast-paced world.

We’ ll also venture into the realm of best practices, where we’ll unravel the keys to successful marketing techniques. So, whether you’re a seasoned entrepreneur, a budding business owner, or a marketing enthusiast, this discussion promises to equip you with invaluable insights that can elevate your marketing game to new heights.

So, if you’re ready to unlock the power of innovative marketing strategies and gain a deeper understanding of what it takes to stand out in today’s competitive market, then this episode is tailor-made for you. Join me now for my conversation with marketing expert, David Saxby.

Dr Jean Oursler – Harnessing Your Caveman Brain

Caveman Brain is the voice inside our heads that holds us back, based on fears that may or may not be true. It is the thought patterns and processes we use every day that are no longer working to make us successful. It is how our brains are reacting to these fears, thought patterns and processes that influence us each and every day to be less successful than we can or want to be.

Caveman Brain is the thing that can make you stand out in a crowd or hide in the corner. If you are responsible for new business development, controlling your Caveman Brain is the single best thing you can do to change your trajectory of success. If you have done everything to increase your new business development, but nothing is working, then it’s time to turn your Caveman Brain into your ally. To help us understand how our Caveman Brain works and to get better results is the Results Queen, Dr. Jean Oursler.

Michael Schank – Achieving Digital Transformation Success

It’s no secret that the enormous complexity involved in an organizational digital transformation can hinder its success. Consequently, some 70 percent of digital initiatives fail to meet their goals. Failure can put an organization at a severe competitive disadvantage, and in some cases, can be fatal. Executing on a solid digital transformation journey is a significant undertaking that demands leadership commitment, thoughtful planning, and rigorous execution.

In this episode, my guest, Michael Schank will be sharing invaluable strategies and frameworks on how to successfully tackle digital transformation. So whether you’re a nimble startup striving to make your mark, or a global enterprise seeking to refine your operations, Michael’s insights are incredibly valuable for entrepreneurs and business professionals alike.

If you’re ready to take your digital transformation journey to the next level, then this episode is for you. Join me now for my conversation with Michael Schank.

Theresa Worthy – Emotional Intelligence and Inclusivity

Emotional intelligence (EI), often referred to as EQ or Emotional Quotient, is critically important in our professional lives and workplace for a multitude of reasons. Its impact ranges from individual performance to organizational culture and even to the bottom line of the business.

In the digital age, where technology and automation are prevalent, the human element of business becomes increasingly valuable. Emotional intelligence nurtures this human element, fostering environments where creativity, innovation, and productivity thrive. Whether it’s through leadership, teamwork, customer interaction, or adaptability, the importance of emotional intelligence in the workplace cannot be overstated. It’s an investment in people that pays dividends in organizational success and sustainability.

To help us understand how EI and AI can complement each other in promoting a culture of inclusion, is my guest author, speaker, and coach, Theresa Worthy.