In this episode of The Ryan Holtz Show, I talk about nice feet and how that could be a way to gage someone’s character. I also give three tips to use social media and digital marketing to increase “foot” traffic to your next event. I would love to know what you think and if feet are really that important what they do actually say about a person. I also chat about how nobody likes an advertisement and the trick to great marketing is inbound and position your product or brand to be in front of the client or customer when they are in the market for your product or service.
In this episode of The Ryan Holtz Show, I interview Beverley Theresa. Beverley is a sassy and unconventional social media strategist who literally is everywhere online and truly loves marketing and based here in Edmonton. I wanted to interview Beverley because she brings RAW to marketing and I love it. We chatted about vanity metrics and and traditional vs digital media. SHADE as Beverley made me aware in the podcast by pointing out that I must be old if I do not understand what this terms is, lol.
Here is a summary of what we chatted about:
Vanity metrics on social media
- buying followers or focusing too much on followers
- social media marketers hash-tagging every single word that doesn’t even convert or have anything to do with the post so they can try and get more likes
- social media and advertising examples courtesy of Realtors
Social media cliques
- someone who said Edmonton is like a clique and it’s hard to break in, which i kind of agree on, but it’s like that in every city
- getting mad if someone doesn’t respond to you on social media
- in the end just talk to people, because, they’re people
In this episode of The Ryan Holtz Show, I talk about networking or not working for business. This subject is of very much debate. New business owners and business owners looking to expand their contacts or reach will often attend networking events. Usually the feedback after doing so is mixed.
Some points I discuss in this episode are:
1. Time management
2. Value of the networking group and associated sponsors
3. B2B instead of B2C
4. Your goals and what you are trying to get out of the group
If you are part of a networking group that you get tons of value, please message me here so I can add the group to the list and also give a shout out.
Are you “networking” or “not working”?
I would love to know!