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#12 Was für Deinen Erfolg wirklich entscheidend ist – mit Jan Doering

Branding over Coffee

Bewirb Dich jetzt für Deinen kostenlosen Positionierungs-Check: https:www.claudiapassberger.de/mentoring Claudia Paßberger begleitet Coaches, Experten und Berater dabei Ihre Positionierung so zu schärfen, dass sie planbar die richtigen Kunden anziehen und spielerisch leicht verkaufen. Das bedeutet: Wir schärfen gemeinsam Dein Profil so, dass Du Kunden mit wenigen Worten gezielt ansprichst, sie sofort hellhörig werden und den Wert Deines Angebots klar für sich erkennen. Die besten Strategien sind nur so viel Wert, wie ihre Umsetzung. Deshalb tragen wir Deine Expertenmarke gemeinsam nach außen, so dass Du für Kunden wirkungsstark als DER Experte sichtbar wirst und mit Deinem Angebot offene Türen einrennst. Warum Claudia? Claudia hat nicht nur Brand Management im Master studiert, sondern sich ebenso innerhalb kürzester Zeit ein erfolgreiches Online Business aufgebaut. Ihr Geheimnis? Brand Strategie inkl. Positionierung als starkes Fundament! Damit Du ganz genau weißt, was Dich zu Deinen Kunden bringt, statt im Nebel zu tappen oder Dich in Marketing-Möglichkeiten zu verlieren. Genau diese Kombination aus tiefgreifendem Expertenwissen, gesammelter Praxiserfahrung und unternehmerischem Denken gibt Claudia nun als Mentorin und Strategin an ihre Kunden weiter. _____  Du willst ein eBook, einen Online-Kurs, ein Membership-Portal oder ein anderes Produkt herausbringen, weißt aber nicht, wie du anfangen sollst? Dann schau gerne bei Jan Doering, von den LaunchRockstars, vorbei und launche endlich dein eigenes Produkt! » https://launch-rockstars.de Für Impulse zum Thema Launch direkt auf die Ohren: Pump Up Your Voice Podcast » https://open.spotify.com/show/05Ols6Lg1usDDUS9W8bGvu?si=Qg1GIcewQyCl13pLPWkLWg » https://podcasts.apple.com/de/podcast/der-launch-like-a-rockstar-podcast-online-business/id1493714525 Folge Jan auf Instagram » https://www.instagram.com/launch_rockstars/

48mins

8 Jun 2021

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Der Weg zum erfolgreichen Podcast - smart starten, smarter dranbleiben mit Gordon Schönwälder und Jan Doering | PMC 90

Podcast Marketing Club - mit deinem Podcast starten, wachsen, Geld verdienen

In dieser Folge bekommst du jede Menge Tipps und Ideen wie du deinen Podcast nicht nur erfolgreich starten kannst, sondern vor allem auch langfristig erfolgreich und groß machst. Darüber habe ich mit Gordon Schönwälder und Jan Doering bei unserem Instagram Live gesprochen und dieses wertvolle Wissen bekommst du jetzt auch hier.LINKS ZU DIESER FOLGE:GORDON SCHÖNWÄLDER'S PODCAST:🎙 https://podcast-helden.de/podcast-loves-business/JAN DÖRING'S PODCAST:🎙 https://launch-rockstars.de/der-launch-like-a-rockstar-podcast/Kennst du schon die PMC Episode 85: 4 Quick Wins, wie du auf Instagram alles für deinen Podcast rausholst 🔈 https://podcastmarketing.io/854 PODCAST-WACHSTUMS-TRICKS IN 3 TAGEN:🎙 https://podcastmarketing.io/tricks5 MEISTERHAFTE PODCAST-WERBUNGEN, DIE DICH INSPIRIEREN WERDEN:🎙 https://podcastmarketing.io/inspirationDEIN PODCAST STARTER SPICKZETTEL:🎙 https://podcastmarketing.io/zettelDU MÖCHTEST DEINE BRAND IN DEN TOP BUSINESS PODCASTS IN DACH PLATZIEREN UND BRAUCHST UNTERSTÜTZUNG?Dann lass uns gerne schauen, wie ich dich unterstützen kann und melde dich einfach unter paula@podcastmarketing.ioKOMME IN DIE PODCASTER NETZWERK DACH LINKEDIN GRUPPE: Erfahre Insider und tausche dich mit anderen Podcastern aus: 🚀 https://www.linkedin.com/groups/7408089/LET’S CONNECT!Ich freue mich über deine Kontaktanfrage:🚀 https://podcastmarketing.io/LinkedIn 🚀 https://podcastmarketing.io/Facebook MEINE BITTE AN DICH:Wenn mein Podcast hilfreich für dich ist, unterstütze ihn bitte: Hinterlasse eine 5-Sterne-Bewertung sowie eine Rezension und abonniere ihn. Verbesserungsvorschläge bitte an paula@podcastmarketing.io Danke für deine 30 Sekunden Support!Hier bei Apple Podcasts bewerten & abonnieren: 🚀 https://podcastmarketing.io/Apple

52mins

1 Jun 2021

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Wie du als Blogger einen 5-stelligen Produkt-Launch hinlegst - mit Jan Doering von Launch-Rockstars.de

Der Schreibsuchti Podcast

In dieser Podcast-Episode der Schreibsuchti-Show spreche ich mit Jan Doering von launch-rockstars.de darüber, wie du als Blogger einen erfolgreichen Produktstart hinlegen kannst. Hier erfährst du mehr von Jan Doering und seinen Kursen: Das Webinar: In 6 Wochen zum erfolgreichen Produktlaunch Die Webseite: Die Launch-Rockstars Ich spreche mit Jan über folgende Themen: 1:25 - Warum sollte ich als Blogger einen Launch machen? 2:42 - Warum Affiliate Marketing kein Business Modell ist 4:22 - Was war Jan Doerings aller erstes Produkt? 5:54 - Warum dort angeln solltest, wo die Fische sind 7:32 - Was war das erste lukrative Produkt? 9:05 - Das 5-Schritte-System für einen erfolgreichen Launch 17:26 - Wie kann ich verhindern, dass ich mein Info-Produkt nicht selbst torpediere 19:55 - Wie du die Angst vor dem Verkauf verlieren kannst 21:27 - Warum es so wichtig ist, als Blogger Geld zu verdienen Viel Erfolg bei deinem nächsten Produkt. Schreib großartig, sei großartig, Dein Walter

23mins

5 Apr 2021

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#7 - Jan Doering zeigt dir, wie dir ein erfolgreicher Berufswechsel gelingt

MONTAGS GERNE AUFSTEHEN | Für mehr Zufriedenheit in Job + Karriere | Berufliche Neuorientierung

und wie er es schafft seine Ziele konsequent zu verfolgenKontakt zu Jan Doering: 7-Tage-Launch-Starter-Kit - LaunchRockstars Hier findest du mich: Website Gratis Angebote Instagram Facebook YouTube

36mins

5 Feb 2021

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Jan Doering, "Us versus Them: Race, Crime, and Gentrification in Chicago Neighborhoods" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in African American Studies

With such high levels of residential segregation along racial lines in the United States, gentrifying neighborhoods present fascinating opportunities to examine places with varying levels of integration, and how people living in them navigate the thorny politics of race. Among the many conflicts revolving around race under gentrification is crime and its relationship with the displacement and marginalization of a neighborhood’s existing low-income minority groups.Contributing to this conversation is sociologist Jan Doering, whose new book Us versus Them: Race, Crime, and Gentrification in Chicago Neighborhoods (Oxford University Press, 2020) examines the strategic practices of two groups in that city’s Rogers Park and Uptown neighborhoods: “public safety” advocates, or people who were very concerned with crime and active in a variety of local initiatives to address it; and “social justice” advocates, or people who were more concerned with resisting gentrification and keeping their neighborhood racially and socioeconomically diverse.In documenting their efforts and clashes through three years of fieldwork, Doering focuses on two forms of racial claims-making each camp of residents uses to make its case: racial challenges, or charges of racially problematic behavior, and racial neutralizations, or any defensive or reparative responses to racial failings. Revealing links between how anticrime initiatives can amplify gentrification and contribute to marginalization through the invocation of race as they negotiate the politics of crime and gentrification, the book provides a highly nuanced, and quite timely, analysis of everyday battles over racial meanings with great resonance for today’s political climate.Richard E. Ocejo is associate professor of sociology at John Jay College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY). He is the author of Masters of Craft: Old Jobs in the New Urban Economy (Princeton University Press, 2017), Upscaling Downtown: From Bowery Saloons to Cocktail Bars in New York City (Princeton University Press, 2014), and editor of Urban Ethnography: Legacies and Challenges (Emerald, 2019) and Ethnography and the City: Readings on Doing Urban Fieldwork (Routledge, 2012). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

53mins

28 Jul 2020

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Jan Doering, "Us versus Them: Race, Crime, and Gentrification in Chicago Neighborhoods" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in Sociology

With such high levels of residential segregation along racial lines in the United States, gentrifying neighborhoods present fascinating opportunities to examine places with varying levels of integration, and how people living in them navigate the thorny politics of race. Among the many conflicts revolving around race under gentrification is crime and its relationship with the displacement and marginalization of a neighborhood’s existing low-income minority groups.Contributing to this conversation is sociologist Jan Doering, whose new book Us versus Them: Race, Crime, and Gentrification in Chicago Neighborhoods (Oxford University Press, 2020) examines the strategic practices of two groups in that city’s Rogers Park and Uptown neighborhoods: “public safety” advocates, or people who were very concerned with crime and active in a variety of local initiatives to address it; and “social justice” advocates, or people who were more concerned with resisting gentrification and keeping their neighborhood racially and socioeconomically diverse.In documenting their efforts and clashes through three years of fieldwork, Doering focuses on two forms of racial claims-making each camp of residents uses to make its case: racial challenges, or charges of racially problematic behavior, and racial neutralizations, or any defensive or reparative responses to racial failings. Revealing links between how anticrime initiatives can amplify gentrification and contribute to marginalization through the invocation of race as they negotiate the politics of crime and gentrification, the book provides a highly nuanced, and quite timely, analysis of everyday battles over racial meanings with great resonance for today’s political climate.Richard E. Ocejo is associate professor of sociology at John Jay College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY). He is the author of Masters of Craft: Old Jobs in the New Urban Economy (Princeton University Press, 2017), Upscaling Downtown: From Bowery Saloons to Cocktail Bars in New York City (Princeton University Press, 2014), and editor of Urban Ethnography: Legacies and Challenges (Emerald, 2019) and Ethnography and the City: Readings on Doing Urban Fieldwork (Routledge, 2012). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

53mins

28 Jul 2020

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Jan Doering, "Us versus Them: Race, Crime, and Gentrification in Chicago Neighborhoods" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in Anthropology

With such high levels of residential segregation along racial lines in the United States, gentrifying neighborhoods present fascinating opportunities to examine places with varying levels of integration, and how people living in them navigate the thorny politics of race. Among the many conflicts revolving around race under gentrification is crime and its relationship with the displacement and marginalization of a neighborhood’s existing low-income minority groups.Contributing to this conversation is sociologist Jan Doering, whose new book Us versus Them: Race, Crime, and Gentrification in Chicago Neighborhoods (Oxford University Press, 2020) examines the strategic practices of two groups in that city’s Rogers Park and Uptown neighborhoods: “public safety” advocates, or people who were very concerned with crime and active in a variety of local initiatives to address it; and “social justice” advocates, or people who were more concerned with resisting gentrification and keeping their neighborhood racially and socioeconomically diverse.In documenting their efforts and clashes through three years of fieldwork, Doering focuses on two forms of racial claims-making each camp of residents uses to make its case: racial challenges, or charges of racially problematic behavior, and racial neutralizations, or any defensive or reparative responses to racial failings. Revealing links between how anticrime initiatives can amplify gentrification and contribute to marginalization through the invocation of race as they negotiate the politics of crime and gentrification, the book provides a highly nuanced, and quite timely, analysis of everyday battles over racial meanings with great resonance for today’s political climate.Richard E. Ocejo is associate professor of sociology at John Jay College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY). He is the author of Masters of Craft: Old Jobs in the New Urban Economy (Princeton University Press, 2017), Upscaling Downtown: From Bowery Saloons to Cocktail Bars in New York City (Princeton University Press, 2014), and editor of Urban Ethnography: Legacies and Challenges (Emerald, 2019) and Ethnography and the City: Readings on Doing Urban Fieldwork (Routledge, 2012). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

53mins

28 Jul 2020