Interesting digital marketing nuggets brought to you by the guys at Nektr Marketing to help your small business succeed. If you’re looking for a little extra insight to help you improve your digital efforts, then this is the podcast for you.
You know, it’s never been easier to start a podcast than right now. If you want to know the details of how to start, the tools you need (or don’t need) to record your podcast and options to release your podcast to the platforms that people listen to already, then this is the episode for you. We also talk about how we execute ours when we record and how we’ve grown over time. But, most importantly, if you’re thinking about starting a podcast, JUST DO IT!
We’ve been busy the past few months and wanted to share what we’re up to along with a few things we’ve learned. We share info about communication during projects, being on the same page, the importance of brainstorming and strategizing, doing your research, and differences among types of social posts. As always, we hope you enjoy listening and don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you have questions!
In this second volume of Workflow Management Tools we discuss options like Canva and Google Drive that can help you organize your work, stay on task, be professional and promote your brand. We want to help you free up your time so you can focus on what you do best for your business. These tools can help you do that!
Tools like Wrike and Trello can help you organize your work, stay on task, be professional and promote your brand. We want to help you free up your time so you can focus on what you do best for your business. These tools can help you do that. Listen as we take a deeper look into some of these tools so you can find what’s best for you.
It may seem obvious - you need to be where your audience is in order to connect with and attract them to your business. Don’t be afraid to try a new platform or give a platform a second or third attempt. Just because you’ve tried it once, doesn’t mean it won’t work for you. And, just because you use a platform one way doesn’t mean that’s the only way it is used. Go where the attention is and put yourself in front of the demographics that you are trying to reach for your business.
Events are great opportunities to showcase your business on social media. Planning ahead will help you navigate the waters of the social aspect of the event. What hashtags are you using and what platforms will you leverage? Create your plan of attack to showcase your event in the most efficient way.
We’re all busy. It’s a constant in life. If there are digital marketing tasks you’re letting slip by the wayside although you know they can be beneficial to your business, give us a call. That’s where we can step in, help and, ultimately, give you your time back.
Have you considered blogging? In this episode, we discuss why it could be a good idea for you and your business including benefits and steps to take to get started. There are some tools to help you out as you tell your story and showcase your personality while engaging with your customers.
Content is King! But it takes brainstorming, planning and patience. Don’t be afraid to idea hack if it makes sense for your business. You might need to change your routine to schedule content and engage, but it’s worth it in the end.
Social Media and Email marketing have reigned supreme as of late. But, is that enough? When potential clients or customers are searching for you, there is still one place that people hope to find you. Your website. We discuss in this episode why it is still important to have a website for your business.
In this clip, Matt explains why it’s important to “self audit”. Know who you are and what you're best at! Before you can grow in business, double down on your strengths to really break through any barriers you may have.
In a digital world where multiple businesses are fighting for attention, how does yours stick out from all the noise? Whether you are trying to sell a product, showcase your services or just build and keep credibility, having a functional and professional website is key. However, you don’t have to break the bank to do it! We talk about how the tools available to you currently can help to get from no website to website in a simpler fashion.
Matt talks about an audio book he listened to regarding brand storytelling. Much like in the movies or on TV, there is a hero in business and how you need to make the hero your customer or client. Don’t let your ego get in the way of the main focus. Your customers!
Time isn’t always on our side! As a small business owner, the todo list is long enough already. When having to worry about all of the day to day operations of a business, sometimes the important marketing aspects, like social media, take a back seat. We discuss how scheduling your posts in advance can help to make sure that potential clients or customers are seeing your brand consistently the way you want them to.
Classic small talk from Matt including a small behind the scenes look at how the Nektr team conducts its business and how they got to this point. Get to know Matt and his insights on different topics circulating the digital and business world.
When getting ready to post on social media for your business, it can be hard to “shut off” the way we post on our personal accounts. We talk about the hierarchy of posting and how it can benefit your odds of being seen by your followers more regularly.
In our first ever episode, we want you to get to know who we are, how we started as a business and how we got into podcasting. We’re passionate about what we do and love talking about how to improve your presence in the digital world via website, social media and email marketing.