The Brand Builder Podcast show gives a behind the scenes look at some of the world's most successful brands and gives you the keys to what is working right now.
This podcast is presented by Capitalism.com with host Max Kerwick.
What 8 & 9 Figure Brands Have (That You Don't)
I talk to many, many, MANY entrepreneurs that claim they want to build a business that sells for 8 or 9 figures. But other than the vanity of being able to say you made $10M+ on a sale, what does that actually mean?
There are many paths to 7 figures. If you listen to this podcast, there's a good chance you're already there. But what do 8 and 9 figure brands have that 7 figure brands don't?
Using my experience working with brands that successfully reach those levels - and perhaps more importantly, those that try to reach those levels and fail - I use the episode to break down the things that set 8 & 9 figure brands apart, and how you can better position your brand for scale.
The Product Development Philosophy of the World's Largest Brands
Entrepreneurs building product brands are often pulled between "product" - the actual things they're developing - and "brand" - the soul and story behind what they're doing.
Spoiler alert! Building great products is a key foundational element of a successful product brand. But how do the best brands do it in a way that connects back to their soul and story? In this episode I dig into the product development framework used by some of the best brands in the world, and how it connects product and brand together.
Doing It Right with Your Second Brand
Entrepreneurship is a journey. Whether you've been at your business for a day, a year, or a decade, there's always a new lesson lurking around the corner.
So today, I wanted to give you a peek behind the curtain to see what successful entrepreneurs do in their second go-around - and just as importantly, what they don't do in their second go-around.
Joining me in this discussion is Jake Rhodes, formerly of Bear Komplex, and now of Routine. Jake takes us through his path to his second brand, lessons learned and applied, and how he maintains a high performing routine in the face of running a high growth brand with a busy family life.
Building a Highly Profitable Brand Around Your Passion Area
Max talks with YouTuber Matt Loberstein of Zero to Brand, who built a multi-million dollar business on Amazon. Many entrepreneurs would have taken those profits and developed a supplements or skin care brand, but Matt had another idea. He'd build a business so exciting that it wouldn't feel like work - one focused on his passion for Porsche's. Listen in to see what happens when you build to serve others who geek out on the same thing you do.
3 Tools To Spy On the Competition
Here are the best tools right now that you should be using to get ahead of your competition on Amazon.
How 8-Figure Brands Prep for Black Friday (Hint: Start Now)
School might just be starting, but Q4 is right around the corner. Most brands don’t do as well as they could preparing for the holiday season. It’s time to make this Black Friday your best one yet.
Incredibly Valuable and Practical Content - #1 Podcast for Brand Builders
I’ve listened to The Brand Builder Podcast for around a year now and each episode I find very practical and packed with a tonne of value! Max has an incredible ability to deliver content in a way that is easy to understand and apply and he really knows his stuff when it comes to what it takes to build and brand, understand your audience and provide value.
So much Value for Free!
Found this podcast after Listening to some of Ryan’s other podcasts (Freedom Fast Lane and Million Dollar Brands)
I love how this podcast really helps to inspire and educate other Brand Builders like myself.
One improvement would be more content focused on how to decide which niche to operate in and how to find/decide which products to sell.
Nonetheless, still an incredibly valuable podcast made so great by both Ryan and Max
Bite Sized Snippets of Great Advice
I discovered this by accident and it is now my favourite podcast to listen to. I've not heard a single podcast that is not relatable with at least one tip that I cannot implement straight away or story that has not had a message that I needed to hear. Thank you Ryan and Max.