How to launch & distribute 100 podcast episodes with a small team featuring James Gilbert
Recorded Content - Helping B2B marketers use a podcast for content marketing
Podcasting has been around for about 18 years. But the podcast industry as we know it today was shaped in the past two years as we were all 'forced' to move social interactions online due to the pandemic. Consequently, companies focused on the digital space made podcasts an integral element of their content marketing strategy, just like our guest's former employer CRMNEXT did.In this episode of Recorded Content, host Justin Brown welcomes James Gilbert, the CMO of RedRoute. James was the Head of Marketing at CRMNEXT, where he created the Banking on Experience podcast alongside his team.James and Justin discuss what it was like launching a finance-focused podcast at the pandemic's peak, his team, the thinking–outside–the–box principle in hiring, and how to prevent burnout yet meet the demands of producing a podcast that constantly brings value.
Are You Designing CX for Marketing or for Your Customers? with James Gilbert, CMO at RedRoute
Modern Day Marketer
The focus of today's episode with James Gilbert is customer experience (CX). James is a three-time CMO and the current CMO of RedRoute, an automated customer service voice assistant. According to James, a single bad customer experience can have a bigger business impact than the biggest deal of the year, therefore it's vital to create an impeccable customer experience for everyone who comes across your brand. 0:00 Intro 1:03 Conversation with James 1:55 RedRoute 4:30 Company culture and onboarding 9:00 Instagram to humanize brand 11:06 Customer experience (CX) 14:16 Three perspectives 16:54 Qualities of good vendors 21:24 Wow moments 25:42 Impact of negative experiences 28:35 Should marketing own CX 31:25 Get connected 32:28 OutroAre you Designing CX for Marketing or for Your Customers? Follow The Juice:| Website | Blog | Twitter | LinkedInFollow James: | LinkedIn | Twitter | RedRoute | Creator Page Follow Brett:| Twitter | LinkedIn
James Gilbert graduated with Data Science Cohort 5.I’m drawn towards roles that require acute attention to detail and necessitate continuous improvement. I have a proven track record of producing and analyzing data as a researcher and quality control analyst in the pharmaceutical industry. As a data scientist I apply the same passion to helping businesses understand their past data to pivot in the present and plan for the future.
RichardListens & Making the Jump Lorenda Philips present Episode 18 with former Kansas State Wildcats running back James Gilbert on Answering the Call When Opportunity Arises with James Gilbert. The Power of a Supportive Environment during Transition and Beyond
James Gilbert, former running back for the Kansas State Wildcats and current running back for the Rams in the NFL, discusses his journey from humble beginnings to the pro league and how football has changed his life.To listen more, please go to: http://podcast.retiredfromsports.com/paid-podcast/ You can also find more Richard Listens content on Instagram (@RichardListens), Facebook (@Richard Listens), and RichardListens.com. Support the show (http://patreon.com/Richardlistens)Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/richardlistens/donations
Sneak Peek into RichardListens & Making the Jump Lorenda Philips present Episode 18 with former Kansas State Wildcats running back James Gilbert on Answering the Call When Opportunity Arises with James Gilbert. The Power of a Supportive Environment during Transition and Beyond
Sneak Peek into RichardListens & Making the Jump Lorenda Philips present Episode 18 with former Kansas State Wildcats running back James Gilbert on Answering the Call When Opportunity Arises with James Gilbert. The Power of a Supportive Environment during Transition and BeyondThe Release Date of the Show is February 28th. Listen in for more amazing nuggets from former Kansas State Wildcats running back James GilbertYou can also find more Richard Listens content on Instagram (@RichardListens), Facebook (@Richard Listens), and RichardListens.com. Support the show (http://patreon.com/Richardlistens)Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/richardlistens/donations
Tech on Toast - Episode 7 Punch Pubs, James Gilbert Head of Insight & James Goldsworthy Head of Digital
Tech on Toast
This week Chris talks to James Gilbert & James Goldsworthry from Punch Pubs.James Gilbert Head of Insights, Projects & Strategy at Punch Pubs & Co & James Goldsworthy, Head of Digital & Creative at Punch Pubs & Co.Punch is a multi-award-winning pub company in the UK with around 1,250 pubs in England, Scotland and Wales.We have established a resilient and well-invested pub estate through selective acquisition and disposal, with our vision being to run the best community pubs, driven by passionate local partners and publicans via our specialist multi-model platform that delivers the optimum return.Diversifying our business models ensures that every pub asset is utilised in the best possible way which ensures further opportunities for organic growth in our Leased & Tenanted estate whilst investing significantly to develop our Management Partnerships portfolio.Our strong suburban presence, flexible food offers and extensive outdoor trading areas, has allowed us to manoeuvre the business into the right position.During the chat we cover :The pair's background and how they ended up in Punch.How their careers have been led by technological advancementsHow building their own in house order & pay tech was a value add to the business Managing the customer journey through their own roadmap & how they convinced the leadership team to manage in-house rather than buy an off-the-shelf solution.Acting on their key stakeholder's adviceHow technology is an enabler, it gives us permission to make forward movements.Managing data & how to use it Privacy of data How pubs are driving loyalty not through tech but through community and being a key part of it
Thirty-five years ago, James Gilbert’s book was named a notable book of the year by The New York Times. That was for a book on history by the noted historian. Now he is at it again, this time with a suspenseful thriller that reveals a murder mystery that will keep readers guessing – and on the edge of their seats. Murder at the Olympiad, his fourth novel and 16th book, is the second of a series with Amanda Pennyworth as an amateur detective. “I enjoy not only writing about history, but creating whole new worlds in my books,” says Gilbert. “I especially liked drawing Amanda out of nothing.” Join us as we welcome Gilbert back to Mysterious Goings On! Listen to his first appearance here. Visit his website here. Buy Murder at the Olympiad. Buy Zona Romantica. Buy Tales of Little Egypt. Check out the Kirkus Review of PILATE'S FAITH, Alex's latest: https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/j-alexander-greenwood/pilates-faith/ Order PILATE'S FAITH: https://amzn.to/3DWhyos. Buy Alex Greenwood's books on Amazon.com. Opening and closing announcer: Mary McKenna. You should hire Mary for your voiceover needs. Contact her at mmckennakc(at)gmail.com. Opening and closing announcer: Mary McKenna. Listen to her guest appearance on the show here. You should hire Mary for your voiceover needs. Contact her at mmckennakc(at)gmail.com. Original outro theme music "Mysterious Goings On" by Jamie Green. Want your own cool score for your podcast or website? Contact Jamie at Greenhouse Consulting. Check out Jamie's interview on the show here. This episode of the Mysterious Goings On Podcast was recorded and mixed at Green Shebeen Studios in beautiful Kansas City, Missouri. Copyright 2022, all rights reserved. No reproduction, excerpting, or other use without written permission. We are an Amazon Associates seller, some of our links may earn us a commission. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/j-alexander-greenwood/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/j-alexander-greenwood/support
James Gilbert - Tales of Little Egypt: A Fictional Account of Small Town Life between the Civil War and the Great Influenza Plague of 1918 - 426
Teaching Learning Leading K-12
James Gilbert - Tales of Little Egypt: A Fictional Account of Small Town Life in America Between the Civil War and the Great Influenza Plague of 1918. This is episode 426 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Over the course of his career as a historian, James Gilbert published 11 history texts, one of which (Perfect Cities) was named a New York Times notable book of the year in 1986. Throughout his career, he has often succumbed to a love of travel made possible by teaching at the University of Paris and Warwick University in England, and with Fulbright Awards, at the University of Sydney, the University of Amsterdam, Erfurt and Tubingen Universities in Germany, and Uppsala University in Sweden, where he was given an honorary Doctoral Degree. Until 2020, he was the Faculty Fulbright Adviser at the University of Maryland. Born in Chicago, Gilbert attended Carleton College and then the University of Wisconsin, earning a doctoral degree in American Intellectual and Cultural History. In 1966, he was hired by the University of Maryland. He was appointed Distinguished University Professor in 1999. While American history has been his profession, literature has been his passion, and since retirement, he has written three novels and a book of short stories. He is also an amateur cellist. A little about Tales of Little Egypt… Tales of Little Egypt is a fictional account of small-town America and the peculiar, ordinary, eccentric, sturdy, cunning, and contented characters who created it. Set in the years between the Civil War and the great Influenza Plague of 1918, this is a pageant of imaginary people--the narratives of a score of men, women, and children whose lives illustrate the immense changes and challenges of that turbulent era. This was a period of great events and outsized personalities: splendid World’s Fairs attended by millions, radical new inventions, devastating wars and violent revolutions and leaders like Theodore Roosevelt. Today we are talking about Jim's latest book - Tales of Little Egypt, writing techniques, and history. Thanks for listening. So much to learn! But wait... The holidays can be a particularly stressful time of year if you don't have a plan. Well have I got the solution for you! Join my friend Lynn with "Connect.Flow.Grow." in her launch of... Stress Less Holidays! Through this LIVE Zoom webinar, Lynn will teach you how to evaluate your stress AND develop a plan to reduce it. This is an abbreviated version of her 21 Day Stress Less Challenge to give you the best tools in the shortest time frame! A less stressed holiday is PRICELESS - your investment of $17 per person or $2,500 flat rate per organization is the first step towards taking control of holiday stress. 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Don't forget to go to my other affiliate sponsor Boone's Titanium Rings at www.boonerings.com. When you order a ring use my code - TLLK12 - at checkout to get 10% off and help the podcast get a commission. Oh by the way, you can help support Teaching Learning Leading K12 by buying me a soft drink (actually making a donation to Teaching Learning Leading K12.) That would be awesome! You would be helping expand the show with equipment and other resources to keep the show moving upward. Just go to https://www.buymeacoffee.com/stevenmiletto Thanks! Have an awesome day! Connect & Learn More: https://www.jamesgilbertauthor.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/james-gilbert-965717124/ https://www.facebook.com/james.gilbert.98499123/ Length - 55:31
Ep. 14: All-Access with Sports Photographer @James Gilbert
The Blue Ass Water Show
The week, NFL photographer James Gilbert joins the show and drops absolute bars. James is a talented sports photographer, shooting everything from high school lacrosse to the NFL, on any given weekend. In this episode, James and I dive into the importance of work-ethic, shooting your shot, and his photo-editing workflow; just to list a few. Tune in! Host Ethan McAlpin is a videographer, avid-surfer, and long-time consumer of travel-influencer content – or as internet-comedian Cody Ko describes it; “Water that’s way too blue, attractive people smiling, girls leading people places, more blue water… blue ass water.” The Blue Ass Water Show toys with stereotypical travel content, while diving deeper into the motivations and strategies of the talented, passionate and lively guests of the show. The purpose is to spread positivity and good vibes; just like the content that inspired us to begin with. Also, I just wanted my own show. Cheers.
Transforming customer experience with James Gilbert, CMO of CRMNEXT
The Next CMO
In this episode, we speak to James Gilbert, the CMO of CRMNEXT. James is a self-professed journey mapping geek and a deep expert in customer experience. We cover a broad range of topics in the discussion, including:Understanding customer experienceRaising expectations for multi channel experiences from consumersKeeping up with AmazonHow do you start a customer experience transformation - journey mapping as the first stepWho owns the customer experienceLeveraging a crawl, walk, run strategy for improving customer experienceHow should the marketing team measure customer experienceAdditional information can be found at the following linksMore info about JamesCRMNEXT on the webCRMNEXT on LinkedInMore info about PlannuhMore info on The Next CMO podcast