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Change the scale of your business with a weekly exploration of Contact Marketing with \"How To Get A Meeting with Anyone\" author, DMA Hall of Fame-nominated marketer, Wall Street Journal cartoonist and host, Stu Heinecke. Discover how to easily create critical connections with the C-suite executives and other VIPs who can change the scale of your career or enterprise almost overnight. Hear from the luminaries of Contact Marketing whose audacious campaigns have produced response rates as high as 100% and ROI in the tens, even hundreds of thousands of percent.

Contact Marketing Radio OC Talk Radio

    • Business
    • 4.3, 3 Ratings

Change the scale of your business with a weekly exploration of Contact Marketing with \"How To Get A Meeting with Anyone\" author, DMA Hall of Fame-nominated marketer, Wall Street Journal cartoonist and host, Stu Heinecke. Discover how to easily create critical connections with the C-suite executives and other VIPs who can change the scale of your career or enterprise almost overnight. Hear from the luminaries of Contact Marketing whose audacious campaigns have produced response rates as high as 100% and ROI in the tens, even hundreds of thousands of percent.

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
3 Ratings
3 Ratings
dbrownbuffalo ,

Love it!

Great guests, quick listen, lot of impact. Thanks Stu!

ErikBison ,

Highly Recommend!

Stu and his guests share actionable and inspiring lessons on how to achieve success in contact marketing. Highly recommend listening and subscribing to Contact Marketing Radio if you want the knowledge AND mindsets to reach your sales goals through smart contact marketing strategies (and reach all of your overall business goals as a result)!

Stan Dubin ,

Superb Subject, Not So Much On the Podcast

I love Stu's book, "How To Get A Meeting With Anyone" and I bought several copies. It really is breakthrough stuff. So I came over to listen to his podcast, and after listening to 6-7 shows, it's a bit of a disappointment.

A fairly large amount of the show material is about the guest speaker and what he does, what his product or service is with some references here and there to how contact marketing was used, but it's not really the compelling focus I hoped it would be. There are good nuggets but I tuned in because I thought the podcast would be chock full of contact marketing ideas and that hasn’t been the case.

Also, the audio quality is poor. Some shows have hissing sounds. Some shows you hear Stu in one ear and the guest in the other but one of them is sometimes much louder than the other, which, if you're wearing earbuds requires shifting the volume up and down.

As a heads up, for some reason "Contact Marketing" as a keyword is not being recognized by iTunes and I was only able to find it originally through Stu's name and again just now to leave a review thru his name only.

All in all, I’d love for this to be a 5 star podcast. The book is worth every penny and more. I’ll keep listening to the podcast and hope to return to revise my review, if iTunes permits that.

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