Recent Interviews: Marketing - Branding - Advertising

Kita Szpak
Kita Szpak joins Jim Blasingame to suggest one way to reset your business is by using ‘old-school’ techniques like sending handwritten letters to, and having face-to-face meetings with, your customers.
Joel Barker
Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how our natural elements are evolving into new versions that are actually 2D, meaning functional at the atomic level, like turning 3S gallium into 2D gallenene.
Joel Barker
Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to report on how graphene is being added to strengthen concrete, while Sweden is testing electric highways, and the implications of putting those two together.
Joel Barker
Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how water purification experts are using CO2 and the property and behavior of water molecules to separate impurities.
Ross Kimbarovsky
Ross Kimbarovsky joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the greatest mistake small businesses make going to market is in assuming all customers want the same thing, and how to break that cycle.
Ross Kimbarovsky
Ross Kimbarovsky joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the second greatest mistake small businesses make is not having a budget for marketing, and to reveal what should be in that budget.
Kristin  Zhivago
Kristin Zhivago joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the greatest mistake small businesses make is to think they can presume what their customers expect from them.
Kristin  Zhivago
Kristin Zhivago joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that digital marketing must be accomplished by all businesses, including small ones, and why this is the greatest challenge for Main Street businesses.
Rick Mathieson
Rick Mathieson joins Jim Blasingame to report on some of the algorithm changes Facebook is making to their advertising strategy, which will likely impact how you do business with them, and not in a good way.
Karyn Schoenbart
Karyn Schoenbart joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the most successful CEOs practice their communication to be clear and concise, and they always work on being a better delegators.