In this episode of Confessions of a Burnt-Out Marketer, I talk with Patrick Garmoe, who is the Web Content and Conversion Specialist at Nebraska Medicine. Patrick essentially helps Nebraska Medicine educate and communicate with their patients through leveraging today’s best SEO/SEM tactics.
Not to mention, Patrick even once got the Mayor of Duluth Minnesota on the front of the New York Times.
Patrick is one of the smartest digital marketing strategists I know and has a background that started in journalism and eventually morphed into SEO, digital web strategy, and social media. Patrick’s interview will give you tons of great wisdom about SEO that’s sure to help you rank better and understand the nuances of SEO, in today’s digital age.
Patrick and his wife live in Omaha, Nebraska.
In this episode of Confessions of a Burnt-Out Marketer, I talk with Gina Schreck, CEO of SocialKNX. SocialKNX is digital marketing, and social media agency that helps other businesses navigate the tricky waters of digital marketing and social media.
Gina hosts a weekly podcast called THE JOURNEY, where she tells the stories of other entrepreneurs and their career adventures.
And, Gina brings fun examples and relevant information to the audiences she speaks to. She is engaging, highly entertaining, and one of the best guests we’ve ever had. She tells a great story, is helpful and humble, and has four tech-savvy kids, multiple dogs, two homes, and somewhere in the chaos is a loving husband.
Gina and her company is based in Colorado, where she lives and works while managing her mostly remote team.
Ep. 4 – Confessions of a Burnt Out Marketer: Marketing interview with Alison Maloni, CEO of Alison May Public Relations
In this episode of Confessions of a Burnt-Out Marketer, I talk with Alison Maloni, CEO of Alison May Public Relations. Alison May Public Relation is a full-service public relations company with 20+ years of media experience. Alison’s team consists of former journalists, authors, and successful communications professionals. Alison and her team have established relationships with journalists around the world and because of this, her clients reap the benefits of these trusted connections that ultimately get your story told.
Alison is the embodiment of a hard working, always-be-hustling, dyed-in-the-wool-entrepreneur. She’s confident, Boston-proud, and loves working and caring for her clients. When she’s not spending time talking with Fox News celebrities, she’s spending time as a mom, building her business, being kind to journalists, and focusing on the things that are important in her life. Alison talks about when and why she left her 9-5 job, the struggles that go along with it, and how to grow your company using a solid PR and communication strategy. Alison also talks about a handful of strategic marketing tactics that any company can use (and should use) to grow their businesses.
Alison and her company are based in Massachusetts.
In this episode of Confessions of a Burnt-Out Marketer, I talk with George Bardissi, the CEO of Bardissi Enterprises and BVoIP. Bardissi Enterprises is an IT company based in Philadelphia, and they specialize in handling the outsourced IT needs of other businesses around North America. BVoIP is the sister company to Bardissi Enterprises and offers VoIP telecom solutions to IT companies around the globe.
George is the epitome of the dyed-in-the-wool-entrepreneur. He’s Philly proud, hard-working, fun-loving, and has perseverance that rivals Sir Winston Churchill. George is successful because of many things but mostly because of his openness to adapting to his industry, his willingness to innovate the products and services he sells, and his passion for proving naysayers wrong. George is also a HubSpot partner and deeply believes that the success of his company is because of digital marketing tactics like inbound and content marketing, coupled with good old fashioned networking.
George and his company are based in Philadelphia and operates with over 15 employee’s.
In this episode of Confessions of a Burnt-Out Marketer, I talk with Jack Kosakowski, the CEO of the U.S. Division of Creative Agency. Creation Agency is a full-scale marketing and advertising agency based in London and the U.S. Creation Agency specializes in helping businesses deliver sales activation and executes inbound marketing programs for B2B companies.
Jack has an awesome background in marketing automation, entrepreneurship, sales, and leadership. Jack is passionate about helping businesses see the big picture of how too much technology can be bad for their business and more importantly how aligning sales and marketing is critical for any marketing campaign to be successful.
Jack and his company are based in England, with a U.S.-based presence and operate with over 40 employee’s.
In this episode of Confessions of a Burnt-Out Marketer, I talk with I-M Technology CEO and Founder, Stuart Bryan about how he started his technology firm and how he’s leveraged digital marketing, email marketing, and inbound marketing to grow the sales of his IT company.
Stuart and his company are based in Connecticut and operate with 10 employee’s.