If you haven't heard, my apologies for being the one to break the news that Mike "Beard Guy" Taylor has died. By all accounts, he was a man of few (no?) public words. But his cultural impact was massive and the joy he brought was undeniable. In a bit of indulgence, I'd like to share 5 lessons I think we can take from Mike "Beard Guy" Taylor.
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The 30 Second Answer : Start Video Marketing With What You Already Know
List every time your expect a prospect to "touch" your company. The first touch might be they hear about you from a friend. The second touch might be when they go to your website. The third touch might be when they call you. Etc.
I'm spending the next two months focusing on learning video marketing and presenting a class on video marketing in Savannah, GA on October 23rd. To get started, I'm sharing some of the resources I'll be reviewing in the next few weeks. Feel free to check them out and let me know what you think. Got more resources to share? Include them in the comments section below.
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This picture was taken with my iPhone 6 in 2014 on the walk from the Boston Convention Center back to South Station. It was taken while walking back one evening during Inbound 2014. We're using this image for the header of BOB September in honor of Inbound2017.
These are the slides from a talk I gave at Spark Baltimore on August 2, 2017.
I think the human mind was engineered for activity not productivity. This is why we jockey for position on roadways even though we don't get to our destination any earlier. This is part of why we are uncomfortable in elevators where we can't do anything for 30 seconds or more. This is also why people buy new websites without setting a goal for what this investment will achieve.