Marketing Made Simple TV is the show I created and hosted before I took my huge fall and was divorced and we had great guests on the show, which I want to share with you.
The show stared when I did a webinar on marketing with Act-On Software and VP of Marketing David Applebaum loved my passion and contacted and invited me to do “Phase 2.” with them. Host a TV show called Mad Marketing TV.
I had never interviewed anyone or been on camera, but I said “Yes, David.” Mad Marketing TV was Act-On Software’s show. But David left to become the VP of Marketing at Moka 5 and the new CMO, Atri Chattergee pulled the plug on the show.
Talked to my good friend Jim Burns of Avitage,who’is a content marketing expert and great friend. Jim said “Jeff, you created the show. Why do you need Act-On Software?” Jim was right.
The new show needed a name, a logo and I wanted to make it better and better, so Marketing Made Simple TV was born I worked hard to make it better and better for the show viewers and guests, like making it shorter and getting into the show faster..
Craig Yaris of Social Ribbit directed all the shows too and I booked awesome guests. That was so much fun, but I had a major fall and nearly died.While I was in the hospital, the domain of http://www.marketingmadesimple.tv expired and someone took it.
I lost my TV studio and moved down to St, Petersburg, Florida, which is much warmer than New York City.
It is a very nice place to live, but let me introduce you to the top 10 of our wonderful show guests, because we had a lot of great ones. That is the reason I am the President of the Business Marketing Association of Tampa Bay as you will see by checking out my LinkedIn profile at the top right.
Let me introduce our team, including show director, Craig Yaris of Social Ribbit and our platform of Watchitoo, which is now called NewRow as their new release really improved video quality.
Craig is a dear friend and I highly recommend him and his company, Social Ribbit, so check it out.
Here are the Top 10 Guests on Marketing Made Simple TV. They are all on Twitter too,
- Guy Kawasaki, Mantra: I empower people. Chief evangelist of Canva. https://www.canva.com/ . Author of twelve books. Former chief evangelist of Apple.
Author of one of my favorite books, Enchantment, the Art of Changing of Hearts, Minds and Actions, 1.43 million Twitter followers and he followers @fearlesscomp on Twitter,
- Beth Comstock, Chief Marketing Officer of General Electric,
What is interesting about Beth, besides being such a nice looking and smart woman is how I booked her as a guest. I did not call her, I did not email her, I sent her a Twitter message and she said yes on Twitter, The message for you is simple. Use Twitter, It is a great way to connect with people,
- Daniel Pink, New York Times best-selling author and TED speaker
Daniel H. “Dan” Pink is the author of five books about business, work, and management that have sold two million copies worldwide and have been translated into 34 languages. Dan is a nice guy and good friend too,
- Joe Pulizzi, Founder of the Content Marketing Institute and content marketing evangelist,
Joe Pulizzi is founder of Content Marketing Institute, the leading education and training organization for content marketing, which includes the largest in-person content marketing event in the world, Content Marketing World.Joe is the winner of the 2014 John Caldwell Lifetime Achievement Award from the Content Council. Joe’s third book,Epic Content Marketing: How to Tell a Different Story, Break through the Clutter, and Win More Customers by Marketing Less was named one of “Five Must Read Business Books of 2013” by Fortune Magazine. You can find Joe on Twitter @JoePulizzi.
- Dave Kerpen, CEO of Likeable Media
We’re experts in reaching your customers with likeable content on social media.
After all, we’ve been getting results since before the invention of the “like.” Dave and Carrie Kerpen founded Likeable in 2006. What began as an idea for a wedding turned into a need for a company, and Likeable Media was born. Their leadership experience resulted in a New York Times bestselling book, a key role in the LinkedIn Influencer program, regular contributions in Forbes and Inc., and recognition in publications including The Wall Street Journal and USAToday. Dave and Carrie continue to guide brands to the forefront of social media marketing.
- Jeffrey Hayzlett, CMO, author and TV show host,
Jeffrey is one of my favorites because he has a wonderful sense of humor and he is a witty character. He invited me to his book release and I have been to his office in New York City many times Jeffrey is a dear friend of mine..
- Scott Stratten, President, Un-marketing
He is an expert in Viral, Social, and Authentic Marketing which he calls Un-Marketing. It’s all about positioning yourself as a trusted expert in front of your target market, so when they have the need, they choose you. His is also one of the funniest men in marketing today,
- Doug Kessler
Creative Director & Co-founder of Velocity, B2B marketing agency to the stars. I tweet on content marketing, B2B copywriting, social media, tech marketing. He’s also a funny American living in London.
- Jeff Shore, author of Be Bold and Win the Sale
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How can you make this year bigger than last year? Change your mindset!Jeff Shore’s highly sought-after sales training seminars and keynote addresses inspire audiences across the globe to change their mindset and change their world.
- Bryan Kramer, CEO of Pure Matter
Bryan is a Social Business Strategist and CEO of PureMatter where he’s led his agency to consistent growth over the last 10 years earning a spot as one of Silicon Valley’s fastest growing private companies by the Silicon Valley Business Journal.Bryan recently is an author of the new best selling book, Human to Human #H2H.
I hope you enjoyed our list of the Top 10 guests on Marketing Made Simple TV, They are all great folks and nice to know so follow them on Twitter.,
While this list demonstrates my ability to book awesome guests, I really miss the show, but they all still live on YouTube,
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