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Doug Karr

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EP #2- Doug Karr

Sensible, yet Adventurous

Doug Karr is the owner of DK New Media. He's a web developer, social media expert, blogger, podcaster and all around great guy!

1hr 4mins

18 Sep 2018

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How Doug Karr Raised $1 Million for his Film through Crypto

Bitcoin, Blockchain, and the Technologies of Our Future

I'm super lucky to be a producer for a new TV series called HardFork. I discovered the project through Steemit (where we raised all our incubation money) and was fortunate to have also been there for our successful Dash proposal. I chatted to director Doug Karr about the whole process, and how other filmmakers might be able to to follow in the team's footsteps.If you liked this, please subscribe to my YouTube Channel!YouTube.com/NaomiBrockwellTVIf you would like to support my podcast on Patreon, please visit:Patreon.com/NaomiBrockwellFor any links mentioned in this podcast, please visit NaomiBrockwell.tv


11 Sep 2018

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Guest Doug Karr: Braving Big Marketing Risks With DK New Media CEO

The New New Thing Podcast

This week on The New New Thing Podcast we feature guest Doug Karr, CEO of DK New Media and founder of MarTech. (P.S., DK New Media is also where we record all of our podcast episodes!) DK New Media specializes in leveraging online mediums for business, including blogging, video, mobile, social networking, social bookmarking, search engine marketing and optimization. In addition, DK New Media speaks, consults and develops integrations within and between a collection of platforms to automate and build marketing efficiencies.Doug sat down with us in his studio to chat about his extensive marketing experience, how risk has played a major part in his success, and how creative and brand will always take precedence over marketing technology. Tune in for details on:-How taking risks is an essential part of every marketer's success, and what we can learn from big risks taken from major brands like Cola-Cola; -Risks Doug has taken that have proven the most ROI for his business;-How Doug's military background in nuclear electricity laid the foundation for his journey into marketing;-What's the most interesting and crazy technology marketers can experiment with today;-Why spending time reflecting and unwinding can sometimes pay off more than doubling-down on work;and more!Listen to more podcasts on The New New Thing, and subscribe to our SoundCloud for updates. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @TNNTnews.Want to be featured on our podcast? Reach out to editor@newnewthing.com.This podcast is hosted by R. J. Talyor, editor-in-chief of The New New Thing and CEO at Quantifi, and Liz Prugh, managing editor of The New New Thing. New episodes are published every Monday.


24 Jul 2017

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How To Tell If Your Date Might Have Anger Issues with Guest Doug Karr

Shiny Things with Lisa Mitchell

How can you know who you are really going out with in an app-based digital dating world? Texting and phone calls can only tell you so much. In this episode I share a few non verbal cues and quick tips that can help you quickly decode if someone might have anger issues and help you decide if you should run towards date #2 with them or just run the other way! 

1hr 3mins

27 Jan 2017

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Doug Karr + Jenn Lisak: Fresh thinking on marketing technology


Joined on the show by Douglas Karr and Jenn Lisak, of DK New Media!Today's discussion topics: Content marketing, blogging for business, podcasting for business, SEO optimization, landing page optimization, increasing conversation rates, and how to make outsourced work authentic.About Douglas Karr + Jenn Lisak:Douglas has co-founded several companies and been a crucial resource for several marketing and technology startups. Douglas started in the traditional marketing space in print advertising, database marketing and direct mail, and then transitioned to digital media when it was still young. He quickly raised through the ranks of search engine marketing professionals and is now known around the globe for his focus on multi-channel marketing with respect to search, pay-per-click, social and other strategies.Working with the main brands like GoDaddy, Angie's List, the Indianapolis Colts, Douglas is an expert at developing digital marketing strategies tailored to DK New Media's clients' resources and processes. He's vendor agnostic and works especially well in coordinating lead gen efforts for companies with outbound sales departments. Douglas has been recognized by LinkedIn in their Sophisticated Marketing Guide as a top marketer, and his blog is known internationally as a resource for marketing-related technology research and discovery. Douglas is also an Analyst for VentureBeat and is developing an organic search engine marketing report.He also assists investors and investment firms with research and due diligence on prospective investments.--Jenn Lisak is the Vice President and Content Strategist for DK New Media, an inbound marketing agency that specializes in new media optimization, social media, infographics, and marketing strategy. She is responsible for content and infographic development, social media strategy, and managing and advocating for her clients. She writes and speaks on content marketing, infographics, and social media.Jenn was also a 2014 committee member for the Connectivity committee for Plan 2020, the bicentennial plan for Indianapolis and Marion county. She was also a part of Class 3 of Indy Hub’s 1828 Project, a gathering of young leaders between the ages of 18 and 28, and she received Techpoint’s Tech 25 award in 2015.Jenn graduated from Butler University with a Bachelors degree in marketing in 2010. She was also nominated for Indy’s Best and Brightest award for the technology division in 2012 and 2013. Jenn was named partner for DK New Media at 26 years old. She is also a main contributor for the Marketing Tech Blog.###


11 Dec 2016

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Doug Karr: Death and Taxes

Launchpad: A Show About the Entrepreneur's Journey

Doug Karr Episode Information Taxes, that annoying thing that we have to pay every year, or in Doug Karr, Brad Shoemaker and Josh Springer’s case, that annoying thing that you have to pay every year and always seem to wind up paying late. It’s not easy being in business for yourself. In fact, the single hardest part isn’t the fun and excitement of working on your product or service, but rather the mundane office tasks that make up the days. In this episode we work through what made DK New Media the beast that they are in the marketing world. Doug’s journey through joining the Navy and life overseas during a possible chemical strike. Much like those that have been on the show before, Doug tells the story of destroying his first attempt at a marketing company and working for someone else after you’ve tasted what it can be like to be an entrepreneur. A reoccurring theme in this episode is survive and advance. Sometimes you have to do what it takes, even if it skirts the edges of legality to make sure the company survives long enough to become a self-sustaining entity. The post Doug Karr: Death and Taxes appeared first on Launchpad.

1hr 27mins

8 Mar 2016

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Face2Face with David Peck

Listen in as Doug tells us how seeing the film Lawrence of Arabia, at 9 years old, changed his life. You’ll want to hear about his new project Art Machine, why the energy on a film set can feel like it’s quickly turned to Molasses, how not to trip over your own preparation, and why it’s sometime better to burn crosses without a permit.Doug Karr has been creating original independent films since 1997. Karr’s credits include narrative shorts Tiny Dancer, Anniversary Present, The Straitjacket Lottery and the award winning documentaries LSD25, The June Bug Symphony, Lifecycles: a story of AIDS in Malawi, and The Face of AIDS.The writer of 11 feature length screenplays, his script My Thermonuclear Family won the Grand Prize at the 2007 Filmmakers International Screenplay Competition. A feature film version of Tiny Dancer just received development financing from Canadian studio Movie Central/Chorus with Karr attached to pen the screenplay. His films have been seen by audiences around the world and on numerous television channels. Karr’s short Ten For Grandpa premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival and has gone on to screen at over 50 international film festivals, winning multiple awards.Karr’s latest film, Art Machine, stars Joseph Cross (Milk, Flags of Our Fathers, Running with Scissors), Jessica Szohr (Gossip Girl, Piranha 3D) and Joey Lauren Adams (Chasing Amy, Big Daddy).Karr is director of Pie Face Pictures in NYC, with recent commercial clients that include Aéropostale, Chicos, The Rockefeller Foundation and Juicy Couture. Karr is represented by Epicenter Management.The trailer for Art Machine is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5Ty06K7GIUDownload it here from iTunes: http://artmachinemovie.comMore info here: http://artmachinemovie.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

17 Oct 2015