Over the past ten years, Beth Powell has become the go-to person for clear explanations about how to use digital marketing to grow businesses. Beth started out with an online business 16 years ago and through trial and error learnt how to market that business online. It’s still going strong. She regularly travels around the
REPUTATION REVOLUTION is the podcast for professional experts and aspiring thought leaders. Join Trevor Young aka ‘The PR Warrior’ as he explores how motivated individuals can strategically build visibility, influence and trust in today’s reputation economy. Produced by Digital Citizen.
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Michelle Falzon is the founder of We Are Content, a specialty content marketing consultancy that delivers strategic, content-centric digital conversion funnels for thought leaders such as speakers, authors, consultants and coaches as well as for business owners looking to position themselves as experts in their industries. Michelle’s marketing campaigns and strategies have involved the sending of
Nicole Holland is the founder of the Business Building Rockstar Summit, which introduces service-based entrepreneurs to powerful marketing strategies and actionable steps that can help them get their message out in a BIG way. Nicole, who is also a podcaster, introduces the concept of the virtual summit and explains her philosophy of providing value and developing
Trevor Young aka The PR Warrior discusses the ‘propulsion’ phase of how professional experts and aspiring thought leaders can fast-track their presence in the marketplace. Following on from last week’s program execution session (episode 106) and the planning episode before it (105), Trevor walks us through a number of activities that can be undertaken to put a rocket under your personal
Trevor Young aka The PR Warrior discusses the program execution aspect of how professional experts and aspiring thought leaders can build omnipresence for their personal brand in the marketplace using a combination of owned, earned and social media. Following on from last week’s planning session (episode 105), Trevor walks us through the importance of developing a pipeline of content,
Trevor Young aka The PR Warrior discusses the planning aspect for how professional experts and aspiring thought leaders can build omnipresence in the marketplace. In this intensive session, Trevor outlines the core planning elements, including understanding your purpose; the need to probe for deeper insights; positioning your personal brand and what that entails; who are the people you’re trying
Jordana Borensztajn is a keynote speaker, social media trainer, creative content consultant, humourist and author of the new book, Capture My Attention: How to Stand Out Online with Creative Content. In this episode, Jordana chats about the importance of using creativity to differentiate your personal brand in the marketplace, and why taking a creative risk is
Author and blogger Kerri Sackville has built a loyal and engaged following on social media, particularly Facebook. While many individuals (‘personal brands’) despair over the ever-diminishing organic reach of their Facebook Brand Pages, Kerri’s Facebook updates consistently generate considerable engagement (likes, comments, shares etc), while her quirky short videos attract up to 5000 views (not bad considering her Facebook
Stanley Johnson is a well-respected advertising creative director who blogs and tweets under the handle ‘BrandDNA’. A former weights and measures inspector who derives inspiration from pop culture and music in particular, Stanley manages to keep himself relevant in an ever-evolving industry through blogging and social media. In this wide-ranging chat with Trevor Young, Stanley discusses curiosity, creativity and
Jaqui Lane aka ‘The Book Adviser’ is a corporate storyteller, business historian, biographer and book coach who helps businesses and individual consultants capture, publish and sell their stories or IP as a printed book or across digital and social platforms. Writing a business book involves a lot of research, interviewing and exploring, reading, taking notes, listening and
In this final part of our 100th episode, we hear from Content Marketing Institute’s Joe Pulizzi, Ann Handley from Marketing Profs, and The Creative Penn’s Joanna Penn. Joe talks about the importance of focus, consistency and the power of “going all in”. Ann discusses the benefits of giving away your knowledge, and the importance of
100b The authentic thought leader: Capitalising on the myriad opportunities to build and connect with an audience
We’re still celebrating the 100th episode of Reputation Revolution. In this ‘sub-episode’ (part B), we delve into our podcasting vault to unearth experts across blogging, podcasting, Facebook, LinkedIn and media relations. We now have numerous communication channels at our disposal. Darren Rowse, Donna Papacosta, David M. Hobson, Simon Mossman and Loren Bartley provide their expert advice for aspiring thought leaders.