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As I wrap up my trip to Los Angeles, I’m thrilled to have Kalynn Amadio guest hosting for me. Kalynn is the host of her own show Act Local Marketing for Small Business right here on rockstarradionetwork on Monday morning at 9 am.
Kalynn is a social media, Internet, mobile, local SEO and video marketing Ninja! She is Principal of ikalynn.com, a digital marketing firm that works exclusively marketing for business at the local level. A real 3rd degree black belt, speaker, seminar leader, engineer and Internet marketing entrepreneur, Kalynn helps business owners maximize online marketing efforts. She is passionate about helping local businesses thrive in this ever-changing world of the Internet, social media, video and mobile technology.
Today her guest will be Marty Marsh. He calls himself for the people he serves their coach/mentor/consultant, soul proprietors. That’s spelled S-O-U-L.
Marty believes that having your own business is the best way to affect positive change in the world and his mission is to enroll 50,000-plus entrepreneurs to start businesses that will ultimately make a positive difference in the lives of the people that they serve, and thereby affect positive change, one client at a time.
He knows the joys and challenges of being self-employed and is a teacher at heart, offering a variety of ways for his clients to get the word out about who they are and what they do through stay-in-touch marketing.
He loves working primarily with coaches and other holistic-type professionals to help them define success on their own terms, to create marketing strategies with them that allows them to serve as many clients as they can handle.
Today Kalynn and Marty will be discussing what Stay in Touch Marketing really is and specific tips on what business owners can and should do to get the best return on their marketing investment. They will also be discussing the positives and negatives of email marketing, direct marketing, and other strategies for businesses in this over-communicated world where messaging can get lost.