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Turn your hobby and freelance work into a profitable business. Whether you are a creative entrepreneur, small business owner or creativity is your side hustle join Marina Barayeva and the show guests to discuss the hottest topics about how to grow your business.

Make your marketing easier by applying the strategies of experienced entrepreneurs and have more time to do the work you love. From offline and online marketing to building your personal brand so you can become a recognized expert.

Marina is the professional photographer, born in Russia, based in Beijing, China who traveled all over the world talking with many entrepreneurs about their work and projects. Wherever you are in the world in this show we will look for the answers to the questions you have about marketing your business.

Marketing for Creatives Show | Marketing Tips for Creative Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners Marina Barayeva: Creative Entrepreneur, Photographer, Speaker

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Turn your hobby and freelance work into a profitable business. Whether you are a creative entrepreneur, small business owner or creativity is your side hustle join Marina Barayeva and the show guests to discuss the hottest topics about how to grow your business.

Make your marketing easier by applying the strategies of experienced entrepreneurs and have more time to do the work you love. From offline and online marketing to building your personal brand so you can become a recognized expert.

Marina is the professional photographer, born in Russia, based in Beijing, China who traveled all over the world talking with many entrepreneurs about their work and projects. Wherever you are in the world in this show we will look for the answers to the questions you have about marketing your business.

    How to Create a Coaching Business that Allows Living an International Lifestyle with Yulia Tarbath | #142

    How to Create a Coaching Business that Allows Living an International Lifestyle with Yulia Tarbath | #142

    Ep #142: Growing your following, buying online courses trying to implement what you learn, having someone to coach you, but not getting the result that you actually want can be frustrating.
    So it was for our today’s guest. But she could manage that and drive all that experience into her passion that turned out into an online coaching business.
    In this episode, Yulia Tarbath shares how to create a coaching business that allows living an international lifestyle.
    Yulia is a business coach for health and wellness professionals.
    She had built a successful six-figure business online and has lived an international lifestyle for 10 years, traveling to 30 countries, working online.
    Her passion is helping coaches grow their business by developing and marketing their signature coaching offers.
    You will learn:
    Yulia was born in Russia but then moved to the UK where she was bullied at work. That led her to start a health coaching business How after many failures in business she made it profitable How to create a coaching business with the high ticket clients The process from the free consultation to a paid client How clients find Yulia in the first place How to coach people online Three steps that will help you to grow an international coaching business Let’s get in touch:
    Would you like to get free PR? Download a free guide ‘How to Get Interviewed on the Podcasts Every Week’ on marinabarayeva.com/podcastguest Follow on YouTube.com/MarinaBarayeva Follow on Instagram.com/MarinaBarayeva

    • 31 min
    How to Find Brands to Work with on Social Media Campaigns with Elaine Rau | #141

    How to Find Brands to Work with on Social Media Campaigns with Elaine Rau | #141

    Ep #141: Did you know that you can start working with brands even if you have a small social media account? 
    We will cover what you need to start working with brands, how to find those that would want to work with you and then, we will go through the whole process from reaching out to them to you getting paid.
    In this episode, Elaine Rau shares how to find brands to work with on social media campaigns.
    Elaine lost her job, her home and her brother-in-law all in one week. Stuck in a developing country, she had to come up with a solution ASAP, so she started LadyBossBlogger.com to help her learn how to make money online. 
    Since its conception, LadyBossBlogger has garnered a massive audience of 170,000+ followers in under 3 years. It's a blog that helps entrepreneurs learn how to start, grow and scale their own online businesses.
    You will learn:
    Elaine started in the wedding business, but because of the family tragedy he quit and found herself in blogging How she started getting offers from brands How many followers you need to start working with brands About what crate content on your social media accounts to be considered as an influencer How to work with brands on social media You can’t just wait to be discovered you want to be proactive if you want to work with brands on social media What kinds of content brands like to sponsor on Instagram How to find brands to sponsor you on social media What to include in your social media kit for working with brands The process of working with brands on social media campaigns How much to charge and for what kinds of posts You need to get paid before you create any content for brands How to leverage events or places you visit to potentially connect with brands and collaborate on the social media campaign  Let’s get in touch:
    Would you like to get free PR? Download a free guide ‘How to Get Interviewed on the Podcasts Every Week’ on marinabarayeva.com/podcastguest Follow on YouTube.com/MarinaBarayeva Follow on Instagram.com/MarinaBarayeva

    • 39 min
    How to Cut Out the Non-Fee-Earning Work and Increase Sales with Robin Waite | #140

    How to Cut Out the Non-Fee-Earning Work and Increase Sales with Robin Waite | #140

    Ep #140: As an entrepreneur, you know how easy it is to get caught in the bunch of work and clients that pay you less than you would want to. Or maybe it’s just the time for you to get to the next level in your business.
    Let’s get organized and systemize your work so you’ll do what you love, make more money and let go of the stuff and people that bring you a headache. It’s so good when everything is in order.
    In this episode, Robin Waite shares how to cut out the non-fee-earning work and increase sales.
    Robin is a dedicated husband and daddy to two amazing girls, surfer and cyclist. 
    He is also the founder of Fearless Business - a business accelerator for freelance creatives looking to grow their income. 
    And finally, he is the author of 5 books, most notably Online Business Startup and latterly Take Your Shot.
    You will learn:
    Robin worked for a medical devices company where he learned the basics of business and then started his own marketing company What you need to have in business first before you automate and simplify it What to look at first if you want to automate your business and increase sales Where people get confused between marketing and growing a profitable business When you charge more you have less competition Three steps on how to cut non-fee-earning work and increase sales with the example for interior designer How many people actually set the price for their service (and why you shouldn’t do the same) Why the right mindset about money is important in having a sustainable business that constantly brings you money Change to the value-oriented service from the hourly rate Learn to say No to the low-fee projects Robin's diary detox for getting more productive in business. How he analyzes what makes money, the growth activities, doing activities, floating activities, How to apply 70-10-2 activities to your business: 70 conversations, 10 consultations, that bring 2 clients.  Let’s get in touch:
    Would you like to get free PR? Download a free guide ‘How to Get Interviewed on the Podcasts Every Week’ on marinabarayeva.com/podcastguest Follow on YouTube.com/MarinaBarayeva Follow on Instagram.com/MarinaBarayeva

    • 39 min
    How to Be Confident to Speak Anytime with Your Story Journal with Eric Edmeades | #139

    How to Be Confident to Speak Anytime with Your Story Journal with Eric Edmeades | #139

    Ep #139: You know, I like to bring you practical tactics and I often test what our guests share before or after the interview.
    And I so much wanted to share this one with you because I’ve done a new speech using these technics literally preparing a few days before it and got great feedback. Everybody loved it. 
    The idea of using a story journal for speaking is so awesome so I couldn’t miss the opportunity to bring you our guest today. 
    In this episode, Eric Edmeades shares how to be confident to speak anytime with your story journal.
    He will teach you how to use your life stories in speaking, how to organize them to be able to find the right one when you need and how to be able to give a good speech even if someone will ask you about it a night before.
    Eric is an internationally recognized business speaker, film producer and serial entrepreneur. 
    Eric’s varied business background includes mobile computing, medical simulation, augmented reality gaming, 3D camera engineering and Hollywood special effects. 
    Eric is also the founder of WildFit and the creator of both Inception Marketing™ and Business Freedom™ -- a business ownership methodology that empowers you to own a business that doesn’t own you.
    You will learn:
    Eric was terrified to do public speaking but his desire to have an impact became stronger than his fear How he started a story journal If you had an emotional response on the situations happened in your life start collecting those stories and putting into a story journal How to organize your stories in a story journal How to plan your strategic objectives before you give a talk  How to use the same stories for different talks How to start and end the talk The fear of public speaking is often cut in half the first time the audience laugh on one of the jokes How to use stories that you’ve heard or read in your speeches How to practice your stories to be able to share them any time How to craft a signature talk What an emotional impact per minute is and why it’s important How Eric gave a talk that people asked him to give one night before the talk Let’s get in touch:
    Would you like to get free PR? Download a free guide ‘How to Get Interviewed on the Podcasts Every Week’ on marinabarayeva.com/podcastguest Follow on YouTube.com/MarinaBarayeva Follow on Instagram.com/MarinaBarayeva

    • 34 min
    How to Grow Your Personal Brand in 2020 Using Online Marketing | #138

    How to Grow Your Personal Brand in 2020 Using Online Marketing | #138

    Ep #138: That’s been another great year. As always, it was filled with ups and downs. Now looking back, think about what you’ve learned and how you can use that experience to make 2020 an amazing year!
    Here, on Marketing for Creatives show I also reviewed all the episodes of 2019 and put together tips from six marketers with the key elements to use in your business next year.
    In this episode, we’ll talk about how to grow your personal brand in 2020 using online marketing.
    You’ll hear the experience from Alex Khan, Brendan Kane, Lou Mongello, Dan Gingiss, Michael Schein, and Alex Nerney.
    I’ll put the links to their full episodes in the description in the order they appear in today’s conversation so you can listen to those that will resonate with you the most.
    You will learn:
    The opportunities online media gives for personal branding Social media is a dialog between you and your followers How to leverage social media for personal branding The tricks to rapidly grow your social media followers What is your return on investment of having social media followers? How to set yourself apart from your competitors How to build brand loyalty and make people talk about you The examples of how to create a sharable experience How to leverage the names of other well-known people to grow your personal brand in 2020 To stay focused on the specific niche is important if you want to grow to 6-figure business or more Let’s get in touch:
    Would you like to get free PR? Download a free guide ‘How to Get Interviewed on the Podcasts Every Week’ on marinabarayeva.com/podcastguest Follow on YouTube.com/MarinaBarayeva Follow on Instagram.com/MarinaBarayeva Resources from this interview:
    How to Grow Your Audience with Instagram Live with Alex Khan How to Get 1 Million Followers in 30 Days with Brendan Kane How to Use Disney’s Marketing Strategies in Your Business with Lou Mongello How to Get People to Share About Your Business on Social Media with Dan Gingiss How to Create a Media Buzz for Your Business with Michael Schein How to Make Your First Six Figures Blogging with Alex Nerney

    • 38 min
    Fun over Fear: The New, Powerful Way to Compel Your Audience with Allie LeFevere | #137

    Fun over Fear: The New, Powerful Way to Compel Your Audience with Allie LeFevere | #137

    Ep #137: It’s so common to find the audience's pain points and fears and then write your content and marketing materials from that angel: making people feel kind of bad about their life or themselves and you give then the solution.
    What about to change that typical way of communication with people to positivity?
    Understanding your audience and knowing their pain points is still important, but let’s show them with a fun perspective.
    In this episode, Allie LeFevere shares how to use fun over fear: the new, powerful way to compel your audience.
    Allie is the co-founder of Obedient, a humor branding agency—the first of its kind—that turns businesses into unstoppable, unorthodox, unforgettable brands. 
    Rooted in the power of fun and the potency of humor, they launch brands and campaigns that hook consumers in...and keep them coming back for more. 
    At the end of the day, every evil genius on their team lives to prove that you don’t need to prey on the fears of your consumers to make the kill. Instead? Excite them to death. RIP, your sad sales and long live fun. ;) 
    You will learn:
    How Allie started specializing in branding and marketing using fun and humor as a primary approach What has more effect on people fun or fear  How understanding your audience’s pain point helps to reverse that to fun content There is no need to make people feel bad to make a sale How to implement fun elements into your branding How to find inspirational ideas to use in your branding and content marketing The examples of fun campaigns from Spotify, Postmates, Thinx How to understand more about how you position yourself now The examples of how to use the knowledge about your audience pain point to embrace them and build better brand loyalty because of that Let’s get in touch:
    Would you like to get free PR? Download a free guide ‘How to Get Interviewed on the Podcasts Every Week’ on marinabarayeva.com/podcastguest Follow on YouTube.com/MarinaBarayeva Follow on Instagram.com/MarinaBarayeva

    • 42 min

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Épisode 115 - Nate Woodbury | discussion on YT Video

Maryena...

You have an excellent show. The episodes I have listened to, to-date, have all « touched a chord » and resonated strongly with me.

This particular episode was pretty ´mind blowing’ . Nate shared some amazing tips on YT ube Production/creation which ´rocked’.

Thank you for sharing a wonderful, relaxing shows and for not being afraid to ask your guests those questions we all want answered....that’s what makes this show so good. Keep it up!!
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Fantastic show

Really enjoyed listening! Great show! Keep it up!

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Ideal for entrepreneurs & small business owners

Marina and her guests explore marketing strategies and tactics that you can use to help grow your business and brand. Well worth checking out.

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