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Aaron and Christian from BitBranding created this podcast for small business owners who are navigating their way through ever-changing social media and digital marketing. On each episode they will dissect industry-specific strategies, in 15 minutes, that you can easily implement in businesses such as restaurants, real estate, travel, event planning, doctors and so much more. Join us every week to learn more about social media marketing, influencer marketing, Facebook ads, Instagram ads, Pinterest ads, Google Adwords, Google Adsense, Webflow, graphic design, and website design.

The Marketing Natives BitBranding

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Aaron and Christian from BitBranding created this podcast for small business owners who are navigating their way through ever-changing social media and digital marketing. On each episode they will dissect industry-specific strategies, in 15 minutes, that you can easily implement in businesses such as restaurants, real estate, travel, event planning, doctors and so much more. Join us every week to learn more about social media marketing, influencer marketing, Facebook ads, Instagram ads, Pinterest ads, Google Adwords, Google Adsense, Webflow, graphic design, and website design.

    4 ways to find subscribers when no one knows you yet

    4 ways to find subscribers when no one knows you yet

    An unconventional, proven marketing strategy for Chiropractors

    An unconventional, proven marketing strategy for Chiropractors

    Momo Shack - Samples Don’t Sell; Believe in the product

    Momo Shack - Samples Don’t Sell; Believe in the product

    In today’s episode we have the crew from Momoshack, a Dallas based pop-up brand specializing in Nepali/Himalayan dumplings, AKA momos. If you love origin stories, food, and unconventional wisdom, this is a must listen for you.
    We talk about:


    LeBron vs Kobe


    How Momo Shack started and how you can learn from them

    9 hidden features you're not using on Instagram

    9 hidden features you're not using on Instagram

    9 hidden features you're not using on Instagram

    What's trending in B2B marketing for 2020

    What's trending in B2B marketing for 2020

    This one is for all you B2B folks.

    Because we like you to be in the know, we’re sharing what’s trending in 2020.

    Facts: Bears eat beets.  More than 70% of millennials are included in B2B buying decisions.

    Why should you care? The B2B game is changing (clearly) and you’re gonna want to be ahead of the curve. Here are some tips.


    Engage Your Prospects With Personalized Communications: Think that templated email is gonna close a sale? Think again. You need to tailor your message to the individual you’re selling to. Tip: Check out their LinkedIn profile or Facebook page. Maybe you have something in common. Roll with it.
    Reenergize Your Email Marketing: Email isn’t going anywhere. In fact, it still remains the preferred channel of communication among decision-makers. With 2020 upon us, it’s time to take a closer look at your email marketing. Mailchimp, Campaign Monitor, and Klayvio are great places to start. On a budget? Check out MailerLite.

    How to land bigger clients on Instagram

    How to land bigger clients on Instagram

    Instagram has over ONE BILLION monthly active users and 500 million of them are on the platform daily.It’s safe to say that your customers and clients are on there, big and small businesses.There is a common misconception that Instagram won’t allow you to reach those bigger customers, but we’re here to demystify the belief. In Order to grow ; We have to use storytelling to generate engagement and sharing your content, turn on top influencers in your space.
     
    1. In order to land clients; you need to engage and foster relationships, use the DM
    2. Turn on notifications for top influencers in your space.
    3. Depending on the size of the company, most business owners handle or have access to the IG account. Finding the perfect client to work with and then engaging; liking, commenting, Instagram stories, etc. Then your content should be focused on being able to help this potential client with their problems, your solution.
    4. You have to create content that will entice your potential customers, which means you need to know their pain points and how you solve them. Storytelling
     
     
    What do you think about this episode? We’d love to hear from you! Share us your suggestions, comments or questions. And we’d love to include that on our next show.
    Connect with us:
    Our Company Website
    BitBranding on Facebook
    BitBranding on Instagram
    Hope y'all enjoyed this episode! We'll see you guys next week for another episode of The Marketing Natives!

     

Customer Reviews

johnneedshelp ,

Great Marketing

Love the ideas! Thanks guys!!

323 Detail ,

Very Valuable Information!!!

I run a small business and network with local businesses in my city to try and help them grow. This podcast does a great job of tackling great tactics for small businesses in specific fields!!

Pixelmonkey Lance ,

Solid & Helpful Tips!

A great group of guys dedicated to helping fellow business owners (like me) to better their skills through the sharing of useful information. Full of great tips and helpful ideas. Short and sweet and packed full of solid content in each podcast. Highly recommended!

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