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Follow This 4-Part Simplified Marketing Plan

With no shortage of advice roaming around the internet, it can be challenging to sort through the pathway to start marketing your freight company online. So in this episode, we're breaking down a simplified approach to marketing your freight company online. Listen to these shows next: Google My Business’ Free Call TrackingAI Tools to Help the One-Person Marketing TeamArtificial Intelligence in MarketingHow to work with trucking influencersMaking trucking cool again with Adam WingfieldTrucking's training problem with Desiree WoodHidden opportunities with retention with Driver ReachGetting Driver Feedback with WorkhoundDrivers deserve more than a social media postSearch by topic and check out all our past episodes of the Digital Dispatch podcast—right on our website....

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6 Ways To Master Content Distribution

ready to upload. just need to find a good schedule date to publish6 Steps to Master Content Distribution in FreightWe all know content marketing is important, but if you’re kicking your feet up after you hit publish, then you’re doing it all wrong. In today’s show, we’re breaking down how to master the distribution side of content marketing to make sure all of your hard work doesn’t go unnoticed. Listen to these shows next: Content Marketing Strategy in Freight5 tips for building your in-house media programContent marketing lessons from Mr. BeastSearch by topic and check out all our past episodes of the Digital Dispatch podcast—right on our website....

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Freight Photos That Don’t Suck

A powerful quote that’s always stood out to me in marketing is, “The creative is the variable to success.” So today I’m teaching freight companies how to stop using those terrible photoshop images and instead, give tips on how to hire a photographer and source stock images that don’t suck.Places to find free freight images and videos: Pixabay — Unsplash — Pexels — Photopin — CoverrListen to these shows next: How to stop annoying your website visitorsThe Most Important Thing You Can Add To Your Website TODAYWebsite and Marketing Must-Haves for 2022Marketing and Website Design for Small Fleets and Owner-OperatorsThe Costly Mistakes You’re Making With Your WebsiteWhat to know before you outsource your marketingSearch by topic and check out all our past episodes of the Digital Dispatch podcast—right on our website....

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Branding Your Freight Company

Since tradeshows were put on hold in 2020, the majority of the logistics community was forced to network online. But over the last two years, we've been able to witness a rise in personal branding and freight marketing. Therefore it was rad to be invited back on Kinectic's The Logistics of Marketing webinar series to talk about branding and everything that goes into that part of your marketing strategy. Also on this episode is Paul-Bernard Jaroslawski, owner and creator of the popular Freight Caviar Instagram and podcast plus Nick and Zach from the Kinectic team. Follow Kinectic, the hosts of The Logistics of Marketing, on Linkedin to find out about future live events like this one. Listen to these shows next: Content marketing strategy in freightHow freight companies should treat SEOHow to stop annoying your website visitorsHow to get started on TikTokFreightvana’s Sales and Marketing Tips for 3PLsUsing social media to connect with carriers and shippersFreight broker sales training with Freight360Search by topic and check out all our past episodes of the Digital Dispatch podcast—right on our website....

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Can Elon Musk Fix The Content Moderation Problem?

Free speech is an essential part of a functioning democracy and with billionaire Elon Musk's bid to purchase Twitter--the platform where that free speech should be taking place--we're exploring the little-known and difficult to deal with problem of content moderation.It’s never been easier to create content online. But with millions of uploads every second of the day, and an influx of spam and bot tactics on the rise, today's episode is diving into the difficulties of content moderation in order to prevent misinformation and hateful content from spreading throughout the internet. Listen to these shows next: AI Tools to Help the One-Person Marketing TeamArtificial Intelligence in MarketingSearch by topic and check out all our past episodes of the Digital Dispatch podcast—right on our website....

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Freightvana's Sales and Marketing Tips for 3PLs

We know content marketing is an important part of the strategy of helping you stand out from your competitors. So when the newish company Freightvana came onto the scene they knew they wanted to hit the ground running with a social and branding strategy to help them raise brand awareness. And it’s worked like a charm. On today’s show is a lengthy conversation with Freightvana’s VP of Business Development Lars Ward. Having an extensive background in sales, Lars sheds some light on how quickly they’ve grown their presence online by leveraging social media. Follow Freightvana on Linkedin and check out their websiteConnect with Lars Ward on LinkedinSearch by topic and check out all our past episodes of the Digital Dispatch podcast—right on our website....

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Content Marketing Strategy in Freight

In today's episode, I'm sharing a conversation with two of the best creators in freight--and also previous Digital Dispatch podcast guests, Chris Jolly and Nick Dangles. Jolly and I were asked by Nick to join his series on The Logistics of Marketing to talk about what goes into our content process. It's a candid discussion on how we started, how we reinvest and continue to evolve---plus how we think about content marketing in the world of freight. Follow Kinectic, the hosts of The Logistics of Marketing, on Linkedin to find out about future live events like this one. ...

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5 Tips for Building Your In-House Media Program

As more and more talent gets scooped up by freight tech companies–the media space is growing. Therefore companies should be making the choice to build their own internal media program or get left behind. In this episode,  I'm breaking down 5 tips on how to start a media program within your company. You don't need a huge staff or a huge budget. But you do need to invest in learning about a high-level strategy before you get an in-house media program started.Listen to these shows next: Getting attention in 2022Website + Marketing Must-Haves for 2022The Most Important Thing You Can Add To Your Website TODAYHow to Make Customer Interviews Your Secret Marketing WeaponCreating Buyer Personas That Don’t SuckAnd the role of marketing operations that helps to tie ROI in with the creative experiments you want to runSearch by topic and check out all our past episodes of the Digital Dispatch podcast—right on our website....

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Getting Started on Tiktok with AdLeaks’ Luke Kostka

There are so many things to be aware of when it comes to social media that jumping in can feel like a part-time job. That's why creators like Luke Kostka and Blythe Brumleve are chatting about the steps to take to get started on platforms like TikTok, rev things up, and finally, keep it from becoming overwhelming. Follow Luke from AdLeaks on TiktokCheck out the AdLeaks websiteSearch by topic and check out all our past episodes of the Digital Dispatch podcast—right on our website....

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Starting a Company Linkedin Strategy

Little Finger from Game of Thrones famously said, “chaos is a ladder” and the last two years have felt like complete chaos.But through all that comes opportunity–and today we’re talking about where your company can seize opportunity through Linkedin and embracing the pivot.Search by topic and check out all our past episodes of the Digital Dispatch podcast—right on our website....

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How to Get Attention in 2022

It's a common phrase in sales to say "the riches are in the niches."But what if I told you that the same can be said about marketing?In this episode, I'm going to break down some recent studies that can help you not only reach your target audience on the platforms they're already hanging out--but also how to use their own verbiage to earn their trust and keep their attention in 2022 and beyond. Connect with Blythe via her website or on Linkedin, YouTube, and TikTokTiktok becomes the most popular domain of 2021Edelman’s new study covering Linkedin B2B buying stats...

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How Shay Dixon Uses Social Media To Connect with Carriers and Shippers

For the first episode of Cyberly back in March of 2021, I felt it was really important to highlight the folks who are out here killing the content game. So it was a no-brainer to invite Shay Dixon, CEO of Allegiant Logistics on the show.Shay is one of my favorite follows on social media because she genuinely cares. She cares about her business, her employees, her family, helping others grow–and she shows it all over her social media with Instagram, Tiktok, Linkedin, and more. She drops so many gems in this episode such as how she connects with carriers on social media, why she prioritizes company photos to highlight how her company is different, the importance of getting involved with organizations like Leading Ladies of Logistics, and more. If you’re looking for a good case study on how you can use social media in 2022, look no further than this conversation with Shay. Links from the show:Follow Shay on InstagramConnect with Shay on Linkedin...

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