Are remote CMOs the future? | Liam Martin | CMO Convo
Remote work is here to stay, but Liam believes it's not just a time for CMOs to adapt, but to excel and make the most out this landmark moment in ways of working. Liam discusses the organizational structures, tech stack, and people needed to create an effective remote marketing team.Key talking points include:The effectiveness of remote working vs. on-site teams.Creative collaboration in a remote organization.Where CMOs can find the resources they need to excel.
EP43: Liam Martin on how to use Time Doctor to improve your productivity
The Domain Magnate Show
In this episode of the Domain Magnate Show, host Michael Bereslavsky sits down to chat with Liam Martin, co-founder and CMO of Time Doctor and Running Remote. Tune in to hear his thoughts on working efficiently, managing one’s time and how to succeed in your company. HOST BIO: Liam Martin is the co-founder and CMO of Time Doctor and Staff.com — one of the most popular time tracking and productivity software platforms in use by top brands today. He is also a co-organizer of the Running Remote Conference. SKIP TO THE GOOD PARTS: 0:37 - Liam gives us a quick insight into his companies, Time Doctor and Running Remote. 16:49 - Liam shares his thoughts on asynchronous vs an asynchronous company. 20:41- 23:40 Liam talks about turning off notifications and cutting down interruptions during the workday. 42:57 - Liam shares a story on how Time Doctor really helped one of his employees. 46:23 - Liam sums up his key tips to getting work done successfully. SHOW TRANSCRIPT: [[VIEW ON OUR WEBSITE]] Enjoying our podcast? Support us by leaving us a review on iTunes or on your favorite podcast app.
The Future of Remote Workers: More Efficient For All With Liam Martin | TNN04
The New Nomad
Listen to Andrew Jernigan and Allen Koski as they interview Liam Martin, founder of a time and productivity tracking software company, and explore the effects of remote work to companies and how sustainable it can be.The laptop lifestyle is not new. In fact, it has been a thriving setup for decades now. With the right tools and innovative mindset, companies can benefit immensely in their transition from their physical office to being headquartered NOWHERE in efficiency and productivity. So grab a pen and be ready to take down notes as there are nuggets of information in this episode that might be useful if you want to adapt to the work-from-anywhere lifestyle.Follow Insured Nomads at:Instagram: @insurednomadswww.insurednomads.comTIMESTAMPS:[4:15] Why companies are choosing an office, hybrid, or remote set ups[5:49] The history of nine-to-five work hours?[10:35] How all paradigms of life will change because of remote work[13:57] The economic benefits of digital nomadism to countries[23:34] The pros and cons of remote work from a company perspective[32:20] Time Doctor - one of the tools in tracking productivity in a work from anywhere setup
Are Remote Teams The Future Of Your Marketing Department? -- Liam Martin // Time Doctor
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How To Build A Remote Content Team -- Liam Martin // Time Doctor
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How Remote Work Is Making Every Company On Earth an International Company – With Liam Martin
In this episode of Going Global, we interviewed Liam Martin, a serial entrepreneur who runs Time Doctor and Staff.com —the most popular time tracking and productivity software platforms used by top brands to manage remote work. He is also a co-organizer of Running Remote, the world's largest remote work conference. Join us as we discuss with Liam why remote work is making every company on Earth an international company. You can contact Liam at https://staff.com/ The Going Global podcast is brought to you by Globalization Partners. Hire anyone, anywhere, quickly and easily. Use our AI-driven, automated, fully compliant global Employer of Record platform powered by our in-house worldwide HR experts, with 97% customer satisfaction ratings. Globalization Partners: Succeed Faster.
646 – Setting Up Your Remote Team for Success with Running Remote’s Liam Martin
The Thoughtful Entrepreneur
Transitioning to remote life.Liam Martin is the Co-Founder and CMO of Running Remote.Running Remote is the world's largest remote conference and aims to help companies transition to remote work. It teaches how to facilitate remote work and they are the biggest company in their field out there. Liam has been a digital nomad for the last 15 years.Learn more about the Largest Remote Conference and more on this episode of The Thoughtful Entrepreneur.More from UpMyInfluence✅ We are actively booking guests for our DAILY Entrepreneur Success Podcast. Schedule HERE.✅ Are you a 6-figure consultant? Let us fill your sales schedule and move you to 7-figures. Learn more here.✅ Check out our free Authority Transformation Masterclass.TRANSCRIPT0:00Welcome to The Thoughtful Entrepreneur Show. I'm Josh Elledge, Founder and CEO of UpMyInfluence.com. We turn entrepreneurs into media celebrities, grow their authority, and help them build partnerships with top influencers. We believe that every person has a unique message that can positively impact the world. Stick around to the end of the show; we'll reveal how you can be our next guest on one of the fastest-growing daily inspiration podcasts on the planet in 15 to 20 minutes. Let's go.Thanks for listening to The Thoughtful Entrepreneur show. If you are a thoughtful business owner or professional who would like to be on this daily program, please visit UpMyInfluence.com slash guest. Now if you got something out of this interview would you share this episode on social media? Just do a quick screenshot with your phone and text it to a friend or post it on the socials. If you do that, tag us with the hashtag UpMyInfluence. Each month, we scour Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram. We pick one winner from each platform, and you get crowned king or queen of that social media. What do you win? We're going to promote you and your business to over 120,000 social media fans totally free. Now, can you also hook us up now in your podcast player right now? Please give us a thumbs up or a rating and review. We promise to read it all and take action. We believe that every person has a message that can positively impact the world. Your feedback helps us fulfill that mission. And while you're at it, hit that subscribe button. You know why? Tomorrow, that's right, seven days a week, you are going to be inspired and motivated to succeed 15 minutes a day. My name is Josh Elledge. Let's connect on the socials. You'll find all the stuff we're doing UpMyInfluence.com. Thanks for listening and thank you for being a part of The Thoughtful Entrepreneur movement.
How To Scale a Remote Business with Liam Martin @ Time Doctor - Escape Velocity Show #45
Escape Velocity - with Dan Martell
“How many mermaid tails do you think are sold every year globally?” It wasn’t a question I expected to be asked by a SaaS founder. I guessed 50 million. But I was short… by 450 million. Liam Martin, one of my SaaS Academy coaching clients, asked me this question in the latest episode of Escape Velocity. Liam is the co-founder of both Time Doctor, time tracking software for remote workers, and Running Remote, the world’s largest remote work conference. I’ve been coaching Liam and his co-founder Rob for years now. Liam is an open book, happy to share anything about his business, life and relationships. His partner, Marielle, is the CEO and founder of Aqua Mermaid, a site that sells mermaids tails and teaches you how to swim like one too. ...Which explains the unusual question. It never ceases to amaze me how much money can be made in a unique niche. And although Liam has some unexpected insights into the mermaid niche, his strength is in his knowledge of remote work. Amidst a global pandemic, the topic of remote work has gone from interesting to necessary, and many myths around remote work are being quickly shattered. “When you take someone remote, they increase their productivity by 40%.” Your ability to assemble a flexible, efficient remote workforce may be an essential step to getting your SaaS off the ground without the upfront costs of office space. If you want to know more about scaling your business with a remote workforce, then tune in to this awesome interview with Liam. Although most of my interviews are business focussed, this one gets personal quite quickly, where we touch on topics including: - The high rates of depression amongst entrepreneurs - The value of therapy for high-performers - How Time Doctor went down for 2 days… losing $1M in ARR - Why VCs are skeptical of remote workforces - How your remote workforce can be a competitive edge - What to do when life deals you a tough hand - The need for empathy in business - Self-sabotaging and why entrepreneurs can be their own worst enemy - How to help someone course correct And by the way... I think it's a good thing not to talk only about business. As entrepreneurs we're human. We all have good days and not so good days. What helps us through those times is having a good feedback loop from entrepreneurs that have been through what we're going through and come out the end of the tunnel alive. The Escape Velocity podcast is my way of having those conversations and giving you another perspective. Tune in and hang out with us. -- Dan Martell is a serial entrepreneur, an investor in 40+ startups like Intercom, Udemy, and Unbounce and the creator of SaaS Academy, helping over 500 B2B SaaS founders scale faster. He’s founded five SaaS companies and successfully exited three of them. If you want to scale faster without hitting the usual roadblocks, make sure to follow him on Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn & Twitter.
When COVID-19 made remote work more mentally possible for many businesses, the tools necessary to maintain and sustain that remote work, like Zoom, thrived. Today’s guest for the Mads Singers Management Podcast, Liam Martin, co-founded Time Doctor, a SaaS that has also continued to do well during this strange global period. If running Time Doctor wasn’t enough, Liam also runs a conference called Running Remote, a business he started in part just to find out the answers he needed as he continued to grow and scale a remote company. If you don’t know about Time Doctor, it’s a way for any business to not just track time for work, but also analytics for how long it takes to do a task and what was done. Among the fascinating facts that Liam and his team have discovered over the years? People who go onto Facebook during the workweek are more productive A 32-hour work week is optimal We found out that Liam himself works pretty close to that 32-hour week, spending roughly 66% of his time on podcasts or speaking at conferences. I loved hearing that, as it’s such a far distance from the mentality that pervades some of my coaching clients who are newer in entrepreneurship, who tend to think of their productivity in relation to hours, ergo, more hours, means more productivity. Wrong. What really matters is doing a few things very, very well.That attitude also matters for your subordinates. Liam shared a fascinating story about how he incentivized his team not just to chase any backlinks, but links with great authority. By no longer using sheer numbers of backlinks as a KPI, but rather the Domain Authority (DA) score of each particular backlink, the team was able to up the quality of what they were getting at a fraction of what they would get if they hired someone: on average the Time Doctor team was paying $32 per backlink for DA of 50 and higher, whereas agencies routinely charge $350 for DA of 60+. A 10X value, and keeping that value in house? That’s the sort of stuff that builds great businesses.This discussion of time management also led us into a discussion of the unhealthy #hustle culture, and why working 100 hours a week (or more) doesn’t make you some productivity hero, but only more likely to burn out and take your team down with you.Later in the pod Liam also shared a story about how he was able to narrow down his search for a COO type to exactly 87 people in the entire world that publicly had what he was looking for. It’s inspiring to see effective time management at every level of Liam’s thinking, especially in recruiting.Speaking of time, that’s likely to fly by as you listen to this pod, one of my favorite discussions of this year. Enjoy! Key Learning Points:1. Liam notes the importance of tracking how much time you’re spending with your clients - 2:502. Mads shares the importance of KPIs, particularly as you scale - 9:303. Liam talks about Dunbar’s Number and how technology can help us stay connected as a tribe - 10:154. Liam shares how many hours a week he works, and a number of hours a week he knows will end in failure for everyone involved - 12:265. Liam pushed back against #hustle culture - 14:106. Mads notes that it’s not about hours you work, but about doing a few things really, really well - 16:457. Liam gives a case study of how he and his team improved the quality of the backlinks they were getting - 20:308. Liam shares his predictions for the near future of remote work - 25:309. Liam shares a quote from Napoleon that guides how he gives out orders and assignments - 30:1810. Mads talks about process documentation and the fact that the faster this is created, the faster a company can grow - 31:4511. Liam shares another fascinating case study as to how he brought in an A player from Wordpress to level up his team - 36:22 Connect with Liam MartinRunning Remote’s YouTube Channel (pro tip - Liam personally manages this page, so it’s a great way to get a hold of him)
Liam Martin, Co-founder & CMO, Time Doctor, Co-organizer, Running Remote
This week Danny interviews Liam Martin - co-founder and CMO of Time Doctor and co-organizer of Running Remote Conference. They discuss Running Remote’s survival and victory in this emergency situation when all their in-person events were cancelled. Running remote has always been able to gather absolute top innovators in the remote work space at their events. Here's what Liam talks about it in this interview - “That type of access is very, very rare. I remember interviewing Dimitri of GitLab directly for the first Running Remote. And I thought to myself that guy's a billionaire, pretty crazy.” Listen to this candid conversation as Danny and Liam discuss how the world has changed in 2020 and how remote work has been a key part of this revolution. Also you will enjoy some of Liam’s joyful experiences interviewing billionaires at Running Remote events.