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Garlic Marketing Show

In a world full of business “Gurus” and “marketing experts” one man seeks the latest marketing techniques that are actually working, plus finds the real stories of triumph and failure from those REALLY doing it. Guests like #1 Marketer Neil Patel, Tucker Max, Ryan Deiss from Digital Marketer, Michael Port and many, many more… Ian Garlic has hands on helped hundreds of businesses with marketing strategy and execution. As CEO of authenticWEB, Ian launched hundreds of websites, produced even more online videos, and also been through the ringer a few times. Mr.Garlic knows the online marketing techniques that work for REAL businesses and will help to save time and money on the road to happiness. Inspiring stories of business triumph and failure, cutting edge video marketing techniques Secrets to global domination and a sexy voice all rolled into... The Garlic Marketing Show PS There might be some food talk but it’s not guaranteed. PPS Garlic doesn’t really stink. Neither should your marketing. PPPS I don’t like when people overuse Post Scripts. And #hashtags.
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Now displaying: June, 2017
Jun 29, 2017

Understanding how people make decisions can be a game changer in any business. The field of neuroeconomics seeks to do just that. Paul Zak is not only a TED speaker and author, but he really founded this area of neuroeconomics. When you think about economics, it's money and decision making and neuroscience is just how the chemistry behind it. He is the author of The Moral Molecule and Trust Factor is his latest book. It's really the science of creating high performance companies.

Paul has spent years measuring brain activity while people worked in order to measure the factors that effect the way people interact. One of the main takeaways from these studies shows that trust substantially increases productivity, performance and happiness at work. In a environment where trust is high teamwork is great, people cooperate and are more effective overall. You may want to give this one a couple listens because it is packed with tons of information and stories from Paul’s years of experience.

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to create a high trust company
  • How to find that resonant story for your consumer
  • Why attention isn’t everything when it comes to your story
  • The eight building blocks for organizational trust

http://www.pauljzak.com/

ofactor.com

Jun 27, 2017

In every part of our lives we connect with and remember stories. The business that can tell the best story will always win, but how do you collect the right stories? Lawyer, speaker, author and strategist Eliot Wagonheim is back again to talk about the importance of business stories. Listen in as Eliot shares his insights on the importance of stories, especially the failures.

What You'll Learn:

  • How to use empathy in your stories.
  • How to figure out which clients to ask for testimonials.
  • Why stories about failure can be so powerful

farsightedbusiness.com

Jun 22, 2017

Marketing and advertising are becoming extremely crowded spaces. Anyone can start a blog or sell products and services online so it is extremely difficult to stand out. In order to do this you need to either significantly reduce cost, simplify a complicated process or innovate in a brand new space. Perry Marshall has some great tips for achieving this in any market as well as a way to figure out if you should be advertising on Facebook or Google.

What you’ll Learn:

  • The most overlooked part of Google Adwords and how to utilize it.
  • How Facebook advertising can be more powerful than Google
  • How to find a market, identify a niche and even get a job

Connect with Perry:

Jun 20, 2017

Negotiation is often seen as a negative process even though we all participate in negotiations everyday. With the right mindset and a little training negotiations can be a positive process as well as a mutually beneficial one. My guest Chris Voss is a former FBI negotiator and co-author of the book Never Split the Difference. Chris has negotiated many life or death situations and discusses the importance of empathy and listening in any negotiation, regardless of the stakes.

Text “FBIempathy” to 22828
http://blackswanltd.com/

What you’ll Learn:

  • The two most important tools in any negotiating
  • How to get the best price on your car
  • How to instantly take the pain out of a negotiation

 

Jun 15, 2017

Starting a business is not an easy thing to do and even if you do start your own most fail within the first few years. If you are fortunate enough to get past the first few years it can be even more difficult to scale your business. My guest today Moran Pober, founder of ABD Assets, discusses why you need to build a business with the goal of being acquired and how to grow through acquisitions.

What You’ll Learn

  • The right way to seek a mentor
  • Why you shouldn’t invest all of your money back into the business
  • How to grow your business without increasing your sales

http://abdassets.com/

Jun 13, 2017

We have all seen the results from successful marketers that have the fancy cars. There is also the assumption that the results only happen when you have a huge audience and well known name. What isn’t explained is how they got that audience. My guest today has made $30,000 one month, lost everything the next and successfully made it back to the top. Ryan Stewman, known as The Hardcore Closer, discusses how he has been able to build a following of more that 170,000 people through consistency and hard work. Not only does he lay out an easy system to replicate his success but also explains how to save money in the process.

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to use customer stories to build your business
  • The 2 words you need to focus on when selling
  • How to figure out what to post

Connect with Ryan:

Jun 8, 2017

There is no substitution for quality sales copy. One of the best ways to achieve this is through simplification. The first step of simplifying your message can be as simple as removing distraction. Kevin Donlin has been a copywriter and marketing advisor for clients big and small since 1998. Kevin shares his definition of copywriting as well as his secret to writing winning sales copy.

What You’ll Learn:

  • 3 tips to improve your copy right now
  • How to use the idea of force multipliers in your copy
  • How to get more clients like your best clients

www.marketingmultipliers.com

Jun 6, 2017

The secret to asking for testimonials is to not ask for testimonials. The second you ask someone for a testimonial they don’t know what to say. Since most people are not comfortable on video those can be even worse, think deer in headlights. Every testimonial is about results, but people don’t remember results. They remember stories. Listen to this episode to learn how to start asking your clients for stories.

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What you’ll Learn:

  • Why asking for feedback should be your first step
  • Why testimonials don’t work
  • How a testimonial can actually hurt your business
Jun 1, 2017

Like Shark Tank? I interview one of the original Sharks and the creator of the infomercial Kevin Harrington. Kevin reveals his secret to creating irresistible offers and the principles from his infomercial days that still apply in today’s advertising world.

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to balance direct response and branding
  • The questions you should ask yourself to know if you have a great offer
  • Kevin’s proven formula for a high converting video

http://www.kevinharrington.tv/

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