Scaling Human To Human Relationships For Effective Marketing
ABOUT THE SHOW
Mary Charleson, is a wiz when it comes to effective marketing, that gets results in your business and how scale human to human relationships that keep it growing.
Mary shares with us in this episode the distinct differences between owned, rented, earned, embedded and paid media.
We cover why it's important to understand the characteristics of each of these areas of the marketing puzzle in your business to help you maximise the results from your marketing efforts.
Jason: It’s so good to have you here. I’ve been really looking
forward to this interview with you. We met first at social media marketing world over in San Diego recently but, you specialize in one of my favorite topics of business and that's marketing and, we've had several chat since then and, and so, I thought it'd be great to have you on the show and uh, and uh, and hear your views on, on the latest a to play with marketing.Continued....
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