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Why do some ventures fail, while others grow like crazy? Is there a magic formula for business success, and if so, what is it?

In a documentary-style quest for answers, host Darren Moffatt talks to some of the best brains in marketing, advertising and technology. (In the first season alone, Darren has interviewed seven guests from companies worth a combined $2 billion!)

Together, each Tuesday fortnight, these ‘nerds of business’ attempt to crack the code by solving key entrepreneurial challenges – one problem at a time.

Along the way, you’ll hear amazing true stories and get valuable insights and strategies to power your own sales growth.

You'll also have fun; each episode includes uniquely entertaining segments such as 'Nerd Under Pressure' and 'The Nerdometer'.

Whether you’re a start-up CEO, a marketer seeking inspiration, or a small business owner hungry for growth, this podcast is for you.

About The Host...

Darren Moffatt is an award-winning business person who is passionate about entrepreneurialism. He is a recognised leader in both the financial services and digital marketing industries, and over a period of twenty years has helped hundreds of businesses grow.

He was one of the youngest bank managers ever, when he was appointed at just 25 years old. This gave Darren his first direct experience of small businesses and the important role they play in local communities.

After further corporate roles for an insurer, and for funds manager Challenger, he launched his first start-up in 2006. Three years later Darren was awarded ‘Broker of the Year’, and Seniors First remains today the largest reverse mortgage brokers in Australia, and has originated in excess of 2,000 loans.

In 2012 Darren co-founded a technology start-up ‘Facebook for Neighbours’ called Housenet. The social networking site was later awarded as one of the top 100 Innovations in Australia in the Smart 100 Index.

Since 2014 Darren has been Director of Digital Strategy and Content at 5-star digital marketing and SEO agency, Webbuzz. Darren, his partner Ben Carew and the team, have generated 150,000+ online leads for SME’s across a diverse range of industries.
 
FUN FACT: Darren is also a songwriter and has had his songs played on both Australian and U.K radio!

This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

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    • Entrepreneurship
    • 4.4, 37 Ratings

Why do some ventures fail, while others grow like crazy? Is there a magic formula for business success, and if so, what is it?

In a documentary-style quest for answers, host Darren Moffatt talks to some of the best brains in marketing, advertising and technology. (In the first season alone, Darren has interviewed seven guests from companies worth a combined $2 billion!)

Together, each Tuesday fortnight, these ‘nerds of business’ attempt to crack the code by solving key entrepreneurial challenges – one problem at a time.

Along the way, you’ll hear amazing true stories and get valuable insights and strategies to power your own sales growth.

You'll also have fun; each episode includes uniquely entertaining segments such as 'Nerd Under Pressure' and 'The Nerdometer'.

Whether you’re a start-up CEO, a marketer seeking inspiration, or a small business owner hungry for growth, this podcast is for you.

About The Host...

Darren Moffatt is an award-winning business person who is passionate about entrepreneurialism. He is a recognised leader in both the financial services and digital marketing industries, and over a period of twenty years has helped hundreds of businesses grow.

He was one of the youngest bank managers ever, when he was appointed at just 25 years old. This gave Darren his first direct experience of small businesses and the important role they play in local communities.

After further corporate roles for an insurer, and for funds manager Challenger, he launched his first start-up in 2006. Three years later Darren was awarded ‘Broker of the Year’, and Seniors First remains today the largest reverse mortgage brokers in Australia, and has originated in excess of 2,000 loans.

In 2012 Darren co-founded a technology start-up ‘Facebook for Neighbours’ called Housenet. The social networking site was later awarded as one of the top 100 Innovations in Australia in the Smart 100 Index.

Since 2014 Darren has been Director of Digital Strategy and Content at 5-star digital marketing and SEO agency, Webbuzz. Darren, his partner Ben Carew and the team, have generated 150,000+ online leads for SME’s across a diverse range of industries.
 
FUN FACT: Darren is also a songwriter and has had his songs played on both Australian and U.K radio!

This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

    #5. How to grow 'brand awareness' for maximum impact, with the least amount of effort

    #5. How to grow 'brand awareness' for maximum impact, with the least amount of effort

    Season 1: 'The Branding Series' / Episode # 5

    Growing Your Brand Awareness Is A Key Driver Of Sales Growth And Revenue. Branding Experts And Top Entrepreneurs Reveal What It Takes To Get It Right, Why It's So Important, And The Key Opportunities You're Probably Missing In Your Own Brand Marketing.

    Guest Bios:

    Neil Luo (https://www.linkedin.com/in/neil-luo/)is the Global Head of Growth at Airwallex (https://www.airwallex.com ), a $1 BILLION fintech start up.

    Dr Rob Newman (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rob-newman-007757/) is CEO of ASX 200 online mapping technology provider, Nearmap. (https://nearmap.com.au).

    Pic Picot (https://twitter.com/pics_uk) is the founder international food brand, Pic’s Peanut Butter (https://www.picspeanutbutter.com/)

    Victoria Coster (https://www.linkedin.com/in/creditfixsolutionscreditrepair/) is a Telstra Business Person of the Year finalist 2019, & founder of Credit Fix Solutions (https://creditfixsolutions.com.au)

    Ben Carew (https://www.linkedin.com/in/bencarew/) is director of SEO & Analytics at Webbuzz- The Growth Marketing Agency (https://webbuzz.com.au)

    Rachel Bevans (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachelbevans/) is branding expert & director of The Healthy Brand Company (https://www.thehealthybrandcompany.com/)

    Jon Michail (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonmichail-imageconsultant-personalbrandingcoach/)– brand expert and and image consultant, director at the Image Group (https://www.imagegroup.com.au/)

    What to listen out for:
    1.41 The true branding story of Shoostov & Sons vodka from 1863

    3.54 Rap stars, Instagram and cognac brand ambassadors

    7.37 The two types of brand awareness

    10.30 Online apps & tools to monitor your brand

    13.10 The value of Facebook groups in growing brand awareness

    14.55 NERD-O-METER segment with Neil Luo of Airwallex

    17.23 Nearmap use their tech for the common good & get priceless free PR

    18.29 How Nearmap grew brand awareness in North America by 'narrowcasting' in one vertical

    20.48: Pic's Peanut Butter founder uses word of mouth via taxi drivers to spread brand awareness

    24.49: Victoria Coster on how to use Linked In to grow brand awareness for a small business

    26.45: The power of SEO for brand awareness for B2C offers

    28.51: How to create an online 'brand wall' via remarketing

    33.45: The branding opportunity of club or school sponsorships

    35.20: The importance of Google analytics for measuring brand engagement

    39.15: NERD UNDER PRESSURE segment featuring Rob Newman, Nearmap.

    Resources & links:

    1.Shustov & Sons vodka 1863 brand awareness campaign https://investory-video.com/shustov

    2.Rappers, booze and Instagram influencer marketing https://www.thedrinksbusiness.com/2018/12/diageo-under-fire-for-deceptive-ciroc-vodka-influencer-advertising-on-instagram/

    3.Nearmap used their mapping technology to help residents in the 2011 Brisbane floods https://www.abc.net.au/news/specials/qld-floods/

    4.'Mention' is a social media and online app that allows businesses to monitor their brand https://mention.com/en/

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    • 41 min
    #4. Rebranding is HOT: when is the right time for you, & how to make it work for staff, customers & shareholders

    #4. Rebranding is HOT: when is the right time for you, & how to make it work for staff, customers & shareholders

    Season 1: 'The Branding Series' / Episode # 4

    Brand Experts Reveal What It Takes, Why It's Important, And Top Entrepreneurs Share True Stories That Will Help You ‘Crack The Code’ To Growth In Your Own Venture.

    Feature Story: The COO of a Australia's best known real estate company, LJ Hooker, Ruth Trewhella, shares the story of their recent brand refresh and why they dumped the iconic tagline 'Nobody does it better' after nearly 40 years.

    “When we reflected on 'nobody does it better' and 'LJ hooker, you're the best' it very much spoke to us and not necessarily to the customer. And we firmly believe that the customer is at the centre of everything we do. And so that was the turning point for the rebranding.” – Ruth Trewhella, COO of LJ Hooker

    Guest Bios:

    Fred Schebesta (https://www.linkedin.com/in/fredschebesta/)is co-founder of $250 million comparison site Finder (Finder.com.au) He is listed #22 on AFR's young rich list.

    Ruth Trewhella (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ruthtrewhella/) is COO of LJ Hooker Real Estate, with 700 offices and 8,000 staff. (https://ljhooker.com.au).

    Rachel Bevans (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachelbevans/) is branding expert & director of The Healthy Brand Company (https://www.thehealthybrandcompany.com/)

    Jon Michail (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonmichail-imageconsultant-personalbrandingcoach/)– brand expert and and image consultant, director at the Image Group (https://www.imagegroup.com.au/)

    What to listen out for:

    0.30: Nerds of Business has been featured by Apple podcasts. Leave your feedback here: https://Webbuzz.com.au/nerds

    2.22: Rebranding example using of Coca Cola vs Pepsi

    5.11: What a rebrand is supposed to achieve

    7.52: Warning signs it's time to rebrand

    9.10: How often do businesses need to rebrand?

    11.28: The practical steps to make rebranding work for all stakeholders

    12.51: The benefits SME's can expect from rebranding

    14.42: How scandal and crisis can drive the need for rebranding

    16.17: Thoughts on Harvey Weinstein scandal

    19.48: How Finder used a jingle/rap song to consolidate their rebrand with staff

    22.14: The iconic LJ Hooker jingle and tagline from the 1980's

    24.39: The process LJ Hooker used to develop the new tagline 'when you know, you know'

    29.42: Why rebranding and refreshing is so important for real estate brands

    30.29: What plans does LJ Hooker have to roll this brand refresh out across the business

    35.26: NERD UNDER PRESSURE - recurring segment - featuring Ruth Trewhella

    Resources & links:

    Coca Cola brand fail https://www.marketing91.com/coca-cola-brand-failure/

    Pepsi taste test challenge https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pepsi_Challenge

    Peps vs Coke brand value https://hbr.org/2000/01/the-brand-report-card

    LJ Hooker TV ad with jingle https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAAZujc00A4

    Finder.com.au rap song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENkWI3cQEW8

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    • 37 min
    #3. How to launch a brand (or startup / product) with no money, get attention, & look like a complete superstar!

    #3. How to launch a brand (or startup / product) with no money, get attention, & look like a complete superstar!

    Season 1: 'The Branding Series' / Episode # 3

    ‘How To Launch A Brand (Or Startup/Product) With No Money, Get Heaps Of Attention, & Look Like A Complete Superstar'.


    Want To Get Some Attention For Your Business? Nothing Beats A Brand Or Product Launch For Concentrated Marketing Power. Brand Experts Reveal What It Takes, Why It's Important, And Top Entrepreneurs Share True Stories That Will Help You ‘Crack The Code’ To Growth In Your Own Venture.


    Feature Story: The founder of iconic food brand Pic’s Peanut Butter, Pic Picot, shares the story of why - and how - he launched ‘Peanut Butter World’ to take his brand to the next level.

    “And so we had 5,000 people [to the launch], I imagine the entire population of Nelson came by looking to get in here. It was phenomenal. It was just so warming. You know, we had the kids, we had the school, they’d even written a song and sang a song with a brass band.” – Pic Picot, CEO of Pics Peanut Butter .



    Guest Bios:



    Pic Picot (https://twitter.com/pics_uk) is the founder international food brand, Pic’s Peanut Butter (https://www.picspeanutbutter.com/)



    Andre Eikmeier – cofounder of $100 million online wine retailer, (https://Vinomofo.com.au) Also founder of The Good Empire and Year of the Planet.



    Rachel Bevans (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachelbevans/) is branding expert & director of The Healthy Brand Company (https://www.thehealthybrandcompany.com/)



    Jon Michail (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonmichail-imageconsultant-personalbrandingcoach/)– brand expert and and image consultant, director at the Image Group (https://www.imagegroup.com.au/)



    What to listen out for:

    0.45: Hunter S. Thompson quote on the nature of the music industry.

    1.20: The story of how AC/DC launched their album Highway to Hell in 1976.

    5.59: Brand expert reveals when is the right time to launch a brand.

    8.14: Brand expert on the role of key influencers.

    11.25: Why brand launches are so important.

    12.40: Invite your bank manager to the brand launch, it might help you get a loan more easily in future.

    16.42: It’s your networks that bring you back from failure.

    18.07: The three phases of brand launches – 'pre', 'during' & 'post'.

    19.12: The importance of follow up.

    19.55: How to work with media to get free publicity for your business.

    21.41: The role ‘community’ plays in a successful launch.

    24.05: The story of Peanut Butter World, and how that was launched successfully.

    29.30: ‘Brands’ are a nonsense, it’s the people behind companies that make it real.

    33.10: NERD UNDER PRESSURE – recurring segment featuring Jon Michail



    Resources & links:

    AC/DC album sales for Highway to Hell https://chartmasters.org/2018/02/cspc-ac-dc-popularity-analysis/47/

    The city of Nelson, New Zealand, population 40,000 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nelson,_New_Zealand

    On average It takes two to three years for a new business to become profitable https://www.freshbooks.com/hub/startup/how-long-does-it-take-business-to-be-profitable

    Liverpool team song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWfmR_XgZxw

    What is a goodie bag? https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/definition/english/goody-bag



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    • 36 min
    #2. Brand positioning: how to 'carve out' market share & annoy the hell out of your competitors

    #2. Brand positioning: how to 'carve out' market share & annoy the hell out of your competitors

    Season 1: 'The Branding Series' / Episode # 2

    ‘How To Use Brand Positioning To Carve Out Market Share & Annoy The Hell Out Of Competitors'.

    The secret to building your brand? The positioning. You need to stand out & connect with the emotions of your customers. Brand experts reveal what it takes, why it's important, and top entrepreneurs share true stories that will help you ‘crack the code’ to growth in your own venture.

    Feature Story: The CEO of a $1 BILLION company shares, Rob Newman of Nearmap, shares his story on how brand positioning helped them scale in the North American market.

    “Actually, what you need to do is focus, focus, focus. Who is the one customer who you can win with, and be the world's best at for that one customer? Once you've got them, you'll get two and then you’ll get four and then eight. Then eventually you’re going to have market domination”. – Dr Rob Newman, CEO of Nearmap.

    Guest Bios:

    Fred Schebesta (https://www.linkedin.com/in/fredschebesta/)is co-founder of $250 million comparison site Finder (Finder.com.au) He is listed #22 on AFR's young rich list.

    Dr Rob Newman (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rob-newman-007757/) is CEO of ASX 200 online mapping technology provider, Nearmap. (https://nearmap.com.au).

    Pic Picot (https://twitter.com/pics_uk) is the founder international food brand, Pic’s Peanut Butter (https://www.picspeanutbutter.com/)

    Rachel Bevans (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachelbevans/) is branding expert & director of The Healthy Brand Company (https://www.thehealthybrandcompany.com/)

    Jon Michail (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonmichail-imageconsultant-personalbrandingcoach/)– brand expert and and image consultant, director at the Image Group (https://www.imagegroup.com.au/)

    What to listen out for:
    0.45: Mystery brand recognition game for listeners

    2.19: Brand positioning example using the (mystery) globally recognised brand

    4.07: How does brand positing work from a technical perspective

    7.06: The 4 to 7 P’s of branding

    10.42: The importance of clarity in mission statements to define what you stand for

    12.49: Rob Newman on the ‘weird schizophrenia’ required to be an effective CEO

    17.16: Entrepreneur tip: ‘tell me the colour of the eyes of your first customer’

    18.00: How to use exclusions and negatives to define your brand position

    22.00: Why metaphors and irony don’t work in advertising

    23.42: How Pic’s Peanut Butter came to ‘own their brand category’

    26.44: The importance of delegation in scaling a business

    31.10: What is brand alignment and why is it so important

    33.58: How even marketing departments of big brands make mistakes with branding

    35.57: NERD SUPERPOWER - recurring segment - featuring Fred Schebesta

    39.07: NERD UNDER PRESSURE – recurring segment featuring Rob Newman

    Resources & links:

    Donald Trump speech transcription https://www.rev.com/blog/transcripts/donald-trump-phoenix-arizona-rally-transcript

    ‘The Wayback Machine’: https://archive.org/web/

    Coca Cola brand fail https://www.marketing91.com/coca-cola-brand-failure/

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    • 41 min
    #1. How to create a $100 million brand: the secret to designing a brand identity so good it can take you from start-up to the 'rich list'

    #1. How to create a $100 million brand: the secret to designing a brand identity so good it can take you from start-up to the 'rich list'

    Season 1: 'The Branding Series' / Episode # 1

    How To Create A Brand Identity So Good It Can Take You From Start-Up To The 'Rich List'.

    Building your brand all starts with the brand identity. Branding experts and top entrepreneurs reveal what it takes to get it right, why it's so important, and the key opportunities you're probably missing in your own brand identity.

    Feature Story: Andre Eikmeier Of Vinomofo And Why A One Letter Change In The Brand Name Was A Key Inflection Point To Achieving A $100 Million Valuation.

    “In the context of branding it’s really important to reflect on the fact that we didn’t set out to call this Vinomofo. We didn’t set out to say ‘hey, let’s be ‘wine motherf_____s’.” - Andre Eikmeier, co-founder of Vinomofo

    Guest Bios:

    Fred Schebesta (https://www.linkedin.com/in/fredschebesta/)is co-founder of $250 million comparison site Finder (Finder.com.au) He is listed #22 on AFR's young rich list.

    Andre Eikmeier (https://twitter.com/andre_eikmeier) is cofounder of $100 million online wine retailer, Vinomofo (https://vinomofo.com.au) Also founder of The Good Empire and Year of the Planet.

    Victoria Coster (https://www.linkedin.com/in/creditfixsolutionscreditrepair/) is a Telstra Business Person of the Year finalist 2019, & founder of Credit Fix Solutions (https://creditfixsolutions.com.au)

    Ben Carew (https://www.linkedin.com/in/bencarew/) is director of SEO & Analytics at Webbuzz- The Growth Marketing Agency (https://webbuzz.com.au)

    Rachel Bevans (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachelbevans/) is branding expert & director of The Healthy Brand Company (https://www.thehealthybrandcompany.com/)

    Jon Michail (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonmichail-imageconsultant-personalbrandingcoach/)– brand expert and and image consultant, director at the Image Group (https://www.imagegroup.com.au/)

    What to listen out for:

    3.01: ‘Sneak peek’ of feature story

    4.04: the historical origin of branding

    5.02: branding expert reveals what ‘brand’ really means today

    6.39: branding expert on why branding is so important

    7.39: how branding complements ‘direct response’ marketing

    9.47: Entrepreneur Fred Schebesta's journey from 'branding sceptic' to 'branding convert' at Finder.com.au

    10.41: Fred Schebesta on branding as a ‘defensive moat’

    12.26: Branding expert reveals the four key theoretical elements to brand identity

    14.21: Ben Carew on why logo design is so important for online marketing conversion of web traffic to lead or sale

    19.28: Branding expert reveals the technical process for creating a brand identity

    20.58: Branding expert explains what ‘category codes’ are

    23.45: Feature story - Andre Eikmeier of Vinomofo and how a one letter change in the brand name was a key inflection point to achieving a $100 million valuation

    30.50: Fred Schebesta on being in a ‘constant state of beta’

    31.10: Fred Schebesta on creating a 'phoenix company', not a 'unicorn'

    31.59: Branding expert reveals the single most important aspect for a good brand identity – ‘fix and flex’

    34.18: Entrepreneur Victoria Coster reveals her experience developing a brand identity, as a small business owner

    36.06: ‘THE NERDOMETER’ - recurring segment

    37.53: Host Darren on the three key takeouts from the episode

    39.53: ‘NERD UNDER PRESSURE’ – recurring segment

    Resources & links:

    The historical origin of branding https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brand

    Key statistic: Global advertising industry annual turnover $560 billion https://www.statista.com/statistics/236943/global-advertising-spending/

    Coca Cola brand equity value: https://www.forbes.com/sites/kurtbadenhausen/2018/05/23/the-worlds-most-valuable-brands-2018/#96b24cc610c1

    Key statistic: 500,000 global brands in existence https://www.inc.com/encyclopedia/brands-and-brand-names.html

    The book Story Wars, by Jonah Sach

    • 41 min
    'Nerds Of Business' - Podcast Trailer

    'Nerds Of Business' - Podcast Trailer

    Everyone knows running a business is hard. But no one talks about how it makes you feel.


    The reality is that entrepreneurs are often stressed, or frustrated.


    I’m Darren Moffat, your host. I’ve founded two companies, and as a director at Webbuzz the growth marketing agency I’ve worked with hundreds of business owners.


    This podcast has a simple vision: to make entrepreneurs happier!


    We do it by finding answers to the key challenges all businesses must overcome. Each episode is a piece in the puzzle to help you ‘crack the code’ to growth.


    It’s an epic mission. I knew from the start we’d need help. But WHO could reveal the answers?


    And then it came to me.


    You can count on a nerd to solve the problem. So I went looking for nerds, and it turns out they’re everywhere!


    Like this founder of a $250 mill internet business...


    "“I always start with the marketing first. Even before I build the product. And a lot of people go, oh, we should think about marketing later. Before we build the product, we need to form this up. Amazon does this great. You want to build a new product, you have to write a press release - a one-page press release before you even begin. I was just at Amazon's office in New York.”


    And this former venture capitalist who’s now the CEO of a public company...


    “Well no, we got up well over a billion-dollar market cap, you know, through that education and storytelling. We got Australian investors to understand these type of technology businesses by looking at the growth of your top line rather than the profit and loss of your bottom line.”


    I talk to experts who nerd out with technical solutions…


    “The key thing for brand identity is fix and flex. Is that 'nerdy' thing? That's nerdy, that's very nerdy. We're into the 'brand nerd' territory here.”


    And we have fun with segments like this...


    "The 'Nerdometer'. A rating out of ten, how nerdy are you? I say I'm probably up there, maybe eleven. Eleven! Oh my god, you've broken the Nerdometer. There you go, you've some applause."


    You’ll hear amazing insights. You’ll feel inspired. And you’ll learn actionable strategies to power the growth of your own business.


    So join me, fortnightly on Tuesdays. Subscribe to Nerds of Business, FREE where ever you get your podcasts.




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