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Nicole Holland

Nicole Holland is a podcaster, publicist, marketing strategist and connector of Incredible Humans, she helps established business owners and entrepreneurs make a lot more money fast, she is also the crearor and host of The Business Building Rockstars Show.
Recent episodes featuring Nicole Holland
How Marisa Murgatroyd is Fixing Online Education with Experience Products
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Research and Markets forecast e-learning to grow to a $325 Billion industry by 2025, while systemically failing learners. This is NOT ok by any stretch of the imagination and my friend Marisa Murgatroyd shares more about the epidemic and what she's doing to change it in this interview on The Nicole Holland Show.
Behavior Based Email Marketing with Jimmy Kim of Sendlane
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The problem that business owners face today is not having a solution to be able to track, personalize, or automate their customer and lead journey. They're looking for a solution to target the right customer, at the right time, with the right message, and most importantly to do this with an automated and behavior-based platform. That's where Sendlane steps in. Sendlane is the next generation of cross-channel marketing automation. With their data-driven customer journey tracking and advanced multivariable segmentation, you can target contacts based on their purchase history, site visits, location, device and more. You’ll have everything you need in order to send personalized communications, designed to nurture your contacts with micro-targeted accuracy. Ultimately, Sendlane’s advanced, behavior-based automation helps you turn leads into repeat customers, hands-free! In this episode you will learn Why segmenting matters for your business' growth How to build and design a campaign that targets your most relevant audience How automation triggers reduce manual set-up time How to automate for productivity without losing the personal touch your customers crave At the age of 16, Jimmy Kim started off by washing cars at a local dealership. With hard work and drive, he soon became one of the youngest General Managers in the country by the age of 25. In 2008, when General Motors declared Bankruptcy, Jimmy decided that was his sign to start a new career path. Being tired of working 80+ hours for someone else, he eventually turned to the internet, where he started his journey as a digital marketer. As a digital marketer, he found a passion in email marketing and automation, leading him to co-found Sendlane. The initial creation of the platform was simply for personal use as digital marketers in their own businesses. The goal for the Sendlane founders was to create an email marketing platform that would be simple enough for anyone to use, but designed for digital marketers who actually lived and breathed email marketing. After heavy demand, Jimmy and his two co-founders decided to open the platform to the public and on Jan 1st, 2015, Sendlane’s doors were officially open, as a side project/business. Over the next few years, the Sendlane founders leveraged their influence and knowledge to create features that they themselves wanted or needed in their own businesses and found a direct necessity to their users. In August of 2017, Jimmy decided his “side business” had become more than just a side business. He dissolved and/or sold his other businesses and jumped feet first into Sendlane. As of December, 2018, Sendlane has acquired over 40,000+ users, and has grand plans to grow Sendlane into a household name for digital marketers. Website Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Instagram Podcast Try Out Sendlane For Yourself, Jimmy's Treat! Sign-up for a free 2-week trial (no credit card required) and test drive our Pro-plan (highest plan available) with unrestricted access to all of Sendlane’s features; email automation, cross-channel marketing integrations, enhanced behavior-tracking, SMS marketing, real-time analytics, customer journey lifecycle, ROI and conversion tracking.
SEO Best Practices with Stephan Spencer of Marketing Speak
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Learn about three pillars of Search Engine Optimization to get more eyes on your content: more clicks, more links, more shares and more leads with good SEO
We’re Taking a Summer Break
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Not to worry, we'll be back in the autumn with more great interviews. Resources Mentioned: Get FREE access to my new digital program for PR and more, Rockstar Freedom™  by grabbing your Coach to Profit Infostack deal for just $49 before 11:59 pm Eastern on Tuesday, July 16th at Follow and engage with me on my personal journey on Instagram at @TwoCatsPodcast and subscribe to the podcast at Stay in the loop for biz tips and resources on my Instagram at @TheNicoleHolland
Top Tips for Entrepreneurs Who Sell Physical Products with Nadine Artemis
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Nadine Artemis is author of Renegade Beauty: Reveal and Revive Your Natural Radiance and Holistic Dental Care: The Complete Guide to Healthy Teeth and Gums, a frequent commentator on health and beauty for media outlets, and her products have received rave reviews in the New York Times, the National Post, and the Hollywood Reporter. Described by Alanis Morissette as “a true-sense visionary,” Nadine has formulated a stunning collection of rare and special botanical compounds. Her healing creations, along with her concept of Renegade Beauty, encourages effortlessness and inspires people to rethink conventional notions of beauty and wellness. Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Podcast Click Here to Tweet to Nadine & Nicole Nadine Artemis’ of Living Libations Entrepreneurial Journey Through Setbacks and Challenges From the time she was a teen Nadine Artemis of Living Libations has known the typical 9-5 was not for her. She had a love of handmade beauty products, being given her mother and sister’s left over bath products to experiment with, and began mixing up her own concoctions to give to friends in high school and college. It was only a matter of time before it became a fully fledged business. Living Libations has now been in operation for many years, and Nadine the author of several books including Renegade Beauty and Holistic Dental Care. Here she shares her inspiring entrepreneurial journey through triumphs, setbacks and devastating losses, as well as tips and strategies for the budding entrepreneur.   The road to entrepreneurship When did you know you wanted to turn this into a business? When I was 18 years old, through understanding what I was eating and what I didn't want to eat and reading labels at the supermarket, quickly led to me going ‘Oh my god, and all my body care is just total BS.’ And I did a science fair project with essential oils. Then I get to university and I discovered this whole thing kind of about food and body care. So from that moment forward, I never ate processed food again. I always eat organic and I was always making my own skincare. Then I started making it for friends and family and also at the same time I was sourcing the world for the purest ingredients. From reading books from the 1800s and modern books, and reading about materials like ancient Egyptian recipes, I was like, ‘I need these things.’ Just really recently in the last hundred years or since the 19th century, synthetics didn't even exist, and before that what we applied to our body was pressed from petals and sluice from SAP and had such a life quality to it. And so that's what I was really interested in. When I understood the BS in beauty care, that's when my relationship to beauty and health got really renegade, and I've started to care for myself in a whole other way. So I'd make all these formulas and then friends and family loved it all. I knew when I was going to graduate that I was going to do something else, I was going to start a store because I felt like there was no place that had that purity. I was making blends and concoctions and people were buying it. It was really fun and it grew and grew, so I had that going for me while I was in university. I made my own little pamphlets and I called it Artemis Essentials.   I had my lip balms I would put in little recycled film canisters of all kinds. People really wanted my stuff . . . so yeah, there was that moment I knew. Then I took an aromatherapy course just to kind of ground it all in. I can't remember the exact moment a store thought came in, but I was like, I'm going to do a store. Entrepreneur challenges  What challenges have you faced as an entrepreneur?  In my last year [of university] I was getting a lot of the stuff ready for when I was free from school to then open the store. I got a student loan, I had to go the bank, I made a business plan. I wore like a little suit and then they would match if I had $7,
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