Humans of Linkedin is a video-cast show highlighting the diversity of talent and skill on Linkedin. From IT to Marketing, we're talking with professionals around the country who are trying to make the world more human.
Marketing Should Be Transparent with Clint Hankinson
Rebelling Against Sales is All That's Left with Dale Dupree
In this episode of Humans of LinkedIn, Dale Dupree joins us to discuss uniting sales and marketing, how people want experiences, and how to be intentional with your marketing.
What's New in Digital Advertising for 2020 with Justin Whitaker
Justin Whitaker joins us to discuss how brick and mortar stores can make the move to online commerce, how to include Google maps in your marketing, and how Pinterest ads are a great place to spend your digital ad budget.
Learn to Serve Before You Sell with Townsend Wardlaw
A.I. is a good thing with Morgan Llewellyn
Humans are Resilient with Doug Miller
Today we're chatting with Doug Miller, the CEO and CTO of Brightworks. Doug has been in the IT business for years and he offers a unique perspective on how his clients are using technology to communicate and get things done during the corona-virus age.
What it means to give value — Joshua Desha
With so many sales gurus trying to tell you how to sell (hint: they're usually super wrong) it's nice to hear a refreshing take on the REAL way to bring value as a salesperson and build relationships.
Transform work with Linkedin — Cher Jones
In today's professional landscape, LinkedIn cannot be ignored. Whether you're job hunting, running your own company, looking to change careers, or simply making it known that you exist, presenting yourself right on LinkedIn is essential.
Brain, Body and Business — Michael Cortina
Trauma is a misunderstood topic, especially in the modern world of psychology. Most people are dealing with trauma on a daily basis, they simply aren't aware of it.
Use Event Marketing To Grow Your Business — with Doug Theis
Marketing is a really broad term. Most businesses struggle to make marketing work for them. One of the main reasons is that they are too tied to the metrics.
Fighting The Woke Mob — with Jordan Paris
On this episode, Jordan Paris joins us to discuss why he has started taking a stand against the cancel culture and what is at stake if the critical thinkers among us remain silent.