Optimize the Online User Experience with Effective Sales & Marketing Communication | Interview with Lauren Jones from Appit Ventures
Pathmonk Presents Podcast
There are various solutions to enhance our business and promote streamlined and structured growth. However, businesses may require more flexibility and tailoring of that solution. Appit Ventures delivers custom-built software development that encourages businesses to thrive. As they can offer a wide range of development with a versatile team and are industry agnostic, there is no doubt they can help you scale and grow. We spoke to the marketing director, Lauren Jones, who provided behind-the-scene insights into their channels and sales processes. As she acknowledges the multi-faceted machine that is a website Lauren addresses the opportunity to optimize the online user experience. Their website is their highest converting marketing element as they aim to delight with their design elements and focus on communicating with their sales team to provide the ultimate user experience. Communication is vital to anything but even more so to sales and marketing teams. Lauren breaks down the perfect example of their relationship and how they worked to transform their digital space to optimize the online user experience. While working to reach their conversion goals they equally use the webpage to capture user data. Where are they in the buyer journey, what actions did they take and how far did they go down the funnel. It is the perfect tool for capturing data and qualifying leads. Listen for more marketing insights and discover Appit Ventures.
Simplifying Food for the Family and Life with Lots of Toddlers with Lauren Jones (mom of three, 3 and under)
Today I'm talking with Lauren Jones, a mom of 3 (3 and under) about simplifying how we feed our families and just life in general. I hope you enjoy our conversation and find encouragement in the idea of not overcomplicating things as you listen in. //Sponsors// Green Chef - 90 dollars off your first order with code 90intention Prose - 15% off your first order at prose.com/withintention We are grateful for our sponsors and their support in helping make With Intention possible! We hand pick our sponsors "with intention" and believe they are putting good and helpful things out into the world. A great way to support With Intention is to support our sponsors by checking out their website and trying them out if their product is relevant to you!
Lauren talks about her deconstruction from Purity Culture during college and the restoration of being an ordained minister at Highland Baptist Church who works with young adults and the mission and justice teams.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Lights in the Dark Ep. 3 - Rev. Lauren Jones Mayfield
Lights in the Dark
This week, Rev. Lauren Jones Mayfield joins to talk about her own story of resistance and faith, sharing about the journey that brought her to Highland almost 5 years ago. Then, we talk about faith, politics, and what it actually means to live as a Progressive Christian in the world today. Musical arrangements by the illustrious Maxwell Joslyn.
MYM #73 - Storytelling as a Professional Service Provider with Lauren Jones from AppIt Ventures
Mind Your Marketing
In this episode, we sit with Lauren Jones to discuss what it's been like to build marketing systems for AppIt Ventures–a custom software development shop based out of Colorado.https://www.cavesocial.com/lauren-jones/
You Own The Experience Podcast - Understanding Staffing Tech Stacks, with Lauren Jones and Jack Copeland
You Own the Experience Podcast
On this episode of the You Own the Experience podcast, Robert Mann is joined by Lauren Jones, Founder of Leap Consulting Solutions, and Jack Copeland, CEO & Co-Founder of Staffing Future. As a pair of tech-focused minds whose talents have been directed at the staffing industry, there’s no better pair to tackle an all too ubiquitous yet all too confusing nine-letter phrase: tech stack.Here Mann, Jones, and Copeland take a birds-eye view of staffing tech stacks: where to begin, how they work, and the importance of integration. They discuss the common hesitancy that small staffing firms feel towards such technology, and why these feelings really need to be addressed now. The trio also chats about:The role of COVID in highlighting the importance of techThe process of creating your own tech stackThe benefits that you can expect from your investmentWhy watercraft serve as perfect metaphors for the staffing industryThis episode is brought to you by SIA.
Real Moms: Lauren Jones, When Breastfeeding Doesn't Go As Planned
It's Good Enough, Mama
Welcome to the SECOND episode in the series "Real Moms", where I interview moms that want to share their story and struggles so that you can relate on some level and realize that you are NEVER alone. Today, we are talking with Lauren Jones. Lauren is a first time mom who dreamed of a beautiful breastfeeding journey, but as many of us who have struggled with this understand, it's not always easy. I want to thank Lauren for being brave and sharing her story to inspire other moms! Do you want to share your story on the podcast in hopes to inspire a mom who's struggling? DM me at: https://www.instagram.com/saraolszewski/ Have you joined my FREE mom affirmation and pump up text list yet?! Click the link here and say "HI" or ask me anything!
An Interview with Lauren Jones - In Pursuit of the Fastest Known Time on the Pinhoti Trail
The Running4Soles Podcast
“I went further than I ever thought possible, I felt better than I ever thought possible, and I completely surprised myself. I had had the experience of a lifetime.” In 2019, Lauren Jones had the chance of a lifetime. She was in her dream race, the Leadville 100. But her dream race turned into one she couldn't finish. In her words, she was broken and mentally crushed. The day after Lauren dropped from her race, she went back and watched the final hour of the final finishers at Leadville and that sealed the deal. She knew she'd be ready the next time.That vow would begin in 2020 - that would be her redemption year. Unfortunately, it would also be the year of COVID. All those redemption races she'd signed up for were suddenly cancelled. Lauren needed to find a pursuit to ease the sting - something to focus her training - an outlet for her pent up redemption energy. She didn't go small, that's for sure. Around a campfire her and some friends decided that outlet would be chasing the fastest known time on the 350 mile Pinhoti trail - which was about 5 1/2 days...In this interview Lauren tells us about the beauty she found in the chase. She told me the most beautiful part of the experience was the people."The people made it the experience. I thought it would be just grinding and getting miles and doing the thing. But I actually had such an incredible experience seeing how kind and how generous and how loving all these people were. There were some I didn't know at all and some I barely knew and some that I knew very well. All coming together and all working together and all working out this one common goal for this one person. I was just overwhelmed at the kindness of people. That was the whole experience of this thing for me. The people."This a beautiful story about human strength. It's the story of what happens when one discovers doing something isn't as scary as it sounded. Read Lauren's Pinhoti Trail Recap Here: Race Report - Pinhoti In Review