163 episodes

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

    • Entrepreneurship
    • 5.0, 78 Ratings

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.

    Why You Should Start a Podcast with Marina Barayeva | #160

    Why You Should Start a Podcast with Marina Barayeva | #160

    Ep #160: Hosting a podcast was one of the best things for the last few years. Besides many interesting people you meet it opens up new opportunities for growing your business.
    In this episode I’ll share with you how it was to have a podcast for 2,5 years.
    You will learn:
    Why I stopped this podcast Why you should start a podcast and how it will benefit you Why set the goals for a podcast and what they could be What to pay attention to when you plan your episodes My experience with creating this podcast 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

    • 33 min
    How to Always Look Great on Camera for Video Calls like Zoom or Skype with Larry Becker | #159

    How to Always Look Great on Camera for Video Calls like Zoom or Skype with Larry Becker | #159

    Ep #159 You know those days when you get on a Zoom call and you look like a panda with dark circles around your eyes because of a terrible light or when you download your call and the audio sounds bad. From now on forget about that.
    Today we're gonna solve all these problems. I got a brilliant guest for you Larry Becker.
    In this episode, Larry Becker shares how to always look great on camera for your video calls like Zoom, FaceTime or Skype.
    With more than 2 decades on camera, Larry produces business videos for clients and coaches entrepreneurs and executives to be their best on camera.
    In an unexpected turn of events, Larry's book, Great On Camera, was released in the middle of the Corona virus lockdown and his tips videos for being better at Zoom meetings gained national attention, beginning with a feature article in USA Today.
    Now Larry is busy every day, coaching the exploding population of executives on camera, and providing media interviews on the topic as well.
    You will learn:
    Larry worked with many successful media companies like B&H, Canon, Tamron, and others being on camera a lot so he started writing his book Great On Camera putting all his experience there right before the coronavirus pandemic Start working on your stuff today so when the opportunity comes you’ll be ready for your success A checklist of what you need to take care of to look great on camera for your Zoom calls How the position of your camera can change the whole look How to look great on camera even by simply wearing the right clothes When you need to buy some extra equipment and when you can use what you have For the extra light get flat light panels and/or LED light and use Larry’s tips on how to position them to have a great video quality Larry uses Canon 80d for filming and streaming his video calls How to film yourself on camera with an easy to make the teleprompter Tricks on how to look great when you create a welcoming video for your company The mistakes that you want to pay attention to look great on camera Three steps that will help you to look great on camera on your next Zoom call 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

    • 43 min
    How to Write a TED Talk. A Hollywood Scriptwriter's Approach with Kristina Paider | #158

    How to Write a TED Talk. A Hollywood Scriptwriter's Approach with Kristina Paider | #158

    Ep #158: If you’re on the journey of writing a TED talk then first, congratulations! It’s such an exciting experience. And to make your preparation easier I invited one of my favorite people to go to when it comes to writing - Kristina Paider.
    Together we discuss how to write a TED talk. A Hollywood Scriptwriter's Approach.
    And today we’ll cover what to begin with when you prepare your TED talk, how to start and end your talk and mention all those small details that you better pay attention to when you write a TED talk.
    Kristina is the creator of The Hollywood Approach, which helps people get clarity, create a bad ass game plan and expedite results on the stories they are telling – and living.
    As a writing coach and editor, she helps people apply the same techniques used by Hollywood screenwriters to books, keynotes, marketing, TEDx talks, and also… real life!
    Her clients include a wide range of heroic characters and companies from luxury hotels, medical teams, researchers, authors, speakers, CEOs and high performers in 34 countries and counting.
    You will learn:
    How Kristina became a writing coach How to go with what you know when you write a TED talk How to find the right stories to share especially when you have a lot of them Know upfront how long is your talk and keep it up to 15 minutes A three-step process that Kristina uses to write a TED talk Where people often get stuck when they write a TED talk How to combine several stories in one TED talk to make it more powerful The nuances of crafting a TED talk for an audience you want to reach when your talk will be published, not those who will attend a TED event offline How to start and end a TED talk What you shouldn’t include in your TED 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

    • 41 min
    How to Create a Balanced Life in a Time of Uncertainty with John P Morgan | #157

    How to Create a Balanced Life in a Time of Uncertainty with John P Morgan | #157

    Ep #157: Is there even a place for a balance these days? The world just got flipped upside down. Have you thought that one day you will go to the bank with a mask on your face asking for money? Well, you need a mask because of the coronavirus, but the situation looks so weird from the side. You’ll definitely have something to tell your grandkids.
    Still, we need to figure out how to adjust to the current situation, so I brought to you a special guest today.
    In this episode, John Patrick Morgan shares how to create a balanced life in a time of uncertainty. 
    You will know how to create certainty in this uncertain time, how to balance your business and your family, and how to use this time to create an even better feature.
    John is a philosopher, teacher, and coach for individuals intent on living a beautiful life. 
    For two decades, he has been supporting entrepreneurs, athletes and artists to discover how their mind creates their reality and how through opening their heart, they can access deeper fulfillment, more power and exponentially greater results in their life and work.
    You will learn:
    John became an entrepreneur in his early ages and after trying himself in different areas he decided to be a coach Why marketing isn’t a necessary component especially when you start it How to find a balanced life when there is a lot of uncertainty How to cope with the situation where you lose clients, money or even a business How to organize your home life and business How to find your space when you have all family members at home How John dealt with his business challenges and grew his business even more since coronavirus lockdown What John did when the clients stopped working with him during this time Why keep serving people for free How to build your business these days 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

    • 38 min
    3 Best Strategies to Get 5-star Reviews for Your Business with Brian Greenberg | #156

    3 Best Strategies to Get 5-star Reviews for Your Business with Brian Greenberg | #156

    Ep #156: How great it is when people praise you and recommend even if it’s online. When people want to know more about you and your business they simply Google you. And here is where reviews may play a big role in deciding to work with you or not.
    In this episode, Brian J. Greenberg shares 3 best strategies to get 5-star reviews for your business.
    You will learn how to get more 5-star reviews and multiply them across the web. We’ll also cover which platforms are more important for getting the reviews and how to use them to get more sales.
    Brian, aka The Salesman Who Doesn't Sell, has founded businesses in e-commerce, marketing, and financial services.
    He has generated over 50 million in revenue from his businesses and collected over 10,000 reviews and testimonials from customers. Brian is the founder and president of True Blue Life Insurance, whose mission is to be transparent, honest and helpful to their customers without ever bugging or pushing them.
    You will learn:
    Brian’s main business in the life instance industry, which is very difficult to market online How Brian used reviews to grow his business How to leverage Better Business Bureau reviews How to use Google Business reviews The details you don’t want to miss when you use Google Business that will help your business to get higher in search What you need to know about E-A-T rating as one significant aspect of Google Business The platforms to collect the reviews on How to encourage customers to leave 5-star reviews review for you How to multiply 5-star reviews on other platforms How to use 5-star reviews to get more sales How to display 5-star reviews on your site 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
    Why Money is Not Bad and How to Earn What You Worth with Michelle Lynne | #155

    Why Money is Not Bad and How to Earn What You Worth with Michelle Lynne | #155

    Ep #155: To sell something for $100 is easy, but then the higher the price you offer the more uncomfortable you feel and also some people are concerned about earning a lot.
    Let’s get into that money myths and see how you can increase your prices and earn what you really want.
    In this episode, Michelle Lynne shares why money is not bad and how to earn what you worth.
    Michelle is the owner of ML Interiors Group, a successful design firm based in Dallas, Texas. She is also the owner and founder of Designed for the Creative MindTM, where she teaches interior designers and decorators the proven practices, effective processes, and profitable systems -- leaving them with more time to design.
    You will learn:
    Michelle worked in a corporate environment when that company was sold so she decided to start her own business Michelle’s struggled with valuing herself when she just started her business and almost didn’t make any money in the beginning How she shifted from treating business like a hobby to actually like a business Why money is not a bad thing The more money you have the more money you can serve and the more impact you can have How to change the attitude towards money and start charging what you worth Do you really need a conference to charge more right away? Or there is a way to manage your ability to charge more and confidence How to know what to charge and feel confident with it How to analyze a year of your work to increase the revenue and effectiveness of your business Write everything you do within a project and start putting that into the systems 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

    • 38 min

Customer Reviews

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78 Ratings

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An Amazing Podcast. Great for any business owner

I am amazed at how valuable Marina’s podcast is. You will learn things that you would normally have to pay thousands for in exclusive consulting groups!

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Must listen

This show is full of information for all things creative. Great host and great content!

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