Top ten most downloaded Marketing & Finance Podcast episodes 2019

2019 was another great year for the Marketing & Finance Podcast.

Smashing past episode 200. Winning the CMA Award for Best Podcast, and welcoming some amazing guests who generously shared their knowledge.

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Here are the Top 10 episodes of 2019 by download number.

Enjoy.

  1. Paul Avis and David Shearman on productivity, mental health and well-being – MAF210

  2. Greg Konfederak and Kris Krupecki on building a niche financial advice business for Eastern Europeans living in the UK – MAF212

  3. How on Earth do you start with marketing? – MAF205

  4. Adam Harris on networking, referrals and the “Check-In Strategy” – MAF199

  5. Roger Edwards on Body Combat, writing a marketing book, and achieving a balanced life – MAF200

  6. Lisa Conway-Hughes on the Miss Lolly blog and writing a money book – MAF198

  7. Allister Frost on digital, traditional and content marketing strategies – MAF203

  8. Tom Marriott: A punk’s guide to busting digital marketing myths – MAF206

  9. Simple steps to a killer talk or presentation – MAF221

  10. Do marketers ruin everything they get their hands on? – MAF214

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Why words betray business complexity and how to fight back – MAF228

Words are a window into a company’s soul.

They reveal whether the company has a true customer focus or whether they’ve succumbed to complexity.

Let’s grab a coffee and talk about it some more.

Welcome to episode 228 of the award-winning Marketing and Finance podcast.

Why words betray business complexity and how to fight back - MAF223

What you’ll hear about in this episode

  • A quick review of 2019
  • Why we still need to go back to marketing basics
  • Don’t forget the offer and the goals
  • Focus on storytelling – John the Wineman and The Penguin
  • How words are a proxy for products, process and customer service

Thanks

Thanks for listening to the Marketing & Finance Podcast in 2019. Thanks for your support, emails, tweets and feedback. I really appreciate you taking the time to download me and my guests into your earphones.

Have a great Christmas and New Year.

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Steve Folland – No excuses! Start creating video content for your business – MAF227

My guest this week is Steve Folland, and we talk about using video content to engage your customers.

It’s a terrific way to build trust but many people don’t do it because they think it’s too hard, or they need expensive equipment, or they just don’t think they look good on camera.

We chat about why there are no excuses for not doing video content.

Welcome to episode 227 of the Marketing and Finance Podcast.

Steve Folland - No excuses! Start creating video content for your business - MAF227

What you’ll hear about in this episode

  • Why video content is important for small businesses
  • How video can build trust and create a customer relationship in advance of a meeting
  • Debunking some of the myths around video equipment and production
  • Behind the scenes video versus higher production quality shows
  • Animated video as an alternative to live-action

Who is Steve Folland?

Steve helps businesses make the most of the power of video & audio, from marketing to innovative learning and development.

He helps them make sense of it all and make the most of it all to win pitches, explain concepts, teach, inspire, excite… above all, communicate.

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