005: Positively Impacting the World One Beard at a Time with Eric Bandholz
The Better Man Podcast
Eric Bandholz was mocked, ridiculed, and told he wasn’t allowed to grow facial hair while working as a financial advisor for Merrill Lynch. So, he quit his job and started a beard business. In 2012, Beardbrand was born, and the company has been providing educational and inspirational content to help men ‘Keep on Growing’ ever since. Their grooming products for beard, hair, and skin, support a growing online community of 1.8M+ YouTube subscribers. I wanted to talk to Eric because he has built a business dedicated to serving men. So, who better to talk to about becoming a better man! In this episode, we discuss the difficulty of entrepreneurship as a dad, how your relationship with your wife evolves post-kids, and how to intentionally build a life that you love. Key Takeaways with Eric Bandholz Breaking through business burnout and plateaus. Looking in the mirror and loving the man staring back at you. How to live in the present, overcome adversity, and focus on what matters most with The Book of Reminders. How to live a more intentional life. Opening up about struggles with infertility. Balancing fatherhood and entrepreneurship. How your relationship with your wife changes once you’re a Dad. What is your role as a husband/father in the first 18 months of parenthood? Carving out quality time with your kids. Understanding your role as a parent. Why there’s no quick fix to improving your health. The importance of mental therapy. The Man Flow Yoga Members’ Area - 7-Day FREE Trial Want on-demand yoga programs, workouts, tutorials & more? Visit ManFlowYoga.com/join and start your 7-day free trial today. FREE 7-Day Beginner's Yoga for Men Challenge 15-Minute On-Demand Videos No flexibility, no yoga experience required. Noticeable results – feel better, stronger, and move better. BONUS ACCESS! Exclusive Members-Only workout: Head & Neck Essentials Routine Visit ManFlowYoga.com/7dc to start the challenge today! Connect with Dean Pohlman Facebook YouTube Instagram
Creating A Community Doesn’t Have To Be Difficult Ft. Eric Bandholz
How To E-commerce by Almund
In this episode of How To E-Commerce by Almund, Eric Bandholz, a financial advisor turned DTC business owner, co-founded Beardbrand in 2012, an American men’s grooming & facial hair wellness company. He began his journey with a small investment of only $8000, by creating an active community on Tumblr, Youtube, and an online magazine called Urban Beardsman but has now set a strong foundation, with an estimated total net worth suspected to be over $4.48M! We got a chance to speak with him about his passion for the DTC industry, as he shed light on what it takes to be a true entrepreneur, starting early, and more. In this episode, you’ll learn: 1. Understanding a gap in the market. 2. Ways Beardbrand created a community of like-minded beard-enthusiasts. 3. Eric’s FANTASTIC community-building philosophy. 4. How your DTC brand can make a difference. 5. Benefits of being early on the market & taking initiatives. 6. Eric’s secret to customer loyalty & retention. 7. What makes a great & practical entrepreneur? 8. How the Beardbrand creates their team—sneak peek into their hiring process. Hope you enjoy this chat as much as we did!
199: How to Reach 7 Figures Organically | Eric Bandholz, Beardbrand CEO
eCommerce Scaling Secrets by Alex Fedotoff
Welcome to eCommerce Scaling Secrets! Here I, Alex Fedotoff, share with you valuable knowledge I’ve gained throughout spending millions of $$ on online advertising. You can find this podcast on Apple Podcasts, CastBox, Deezer, iHeart, Google Podcasts, Podchaser, RadioPublic, RSS, Spotify, Stitcher, and TuneIn! ➡ Grab your Facebook CBO Blueprint right here: https://www.ecommercescalingsecrets.c... ➡ Book FREE strategy session for my personal help in scaling your eCom bizz/FB ads: https://www.ecommercescalingsecrets.c...
1.82 Million YouTube Subscribers for a DTC Beard Products Company?! | Eric Bandholz, CEO of Beardbrand
🤖Automatically create podcast show notes: https://www.melville.app✅ We create Content Funnels™ that drives revenue: https://bit.ly/contentfunnels Have you ever looked in the mirror and wanted to improve the person looking back?May sound a little deep for the Content Funnels podcast, I know...But that’s exactly how Eric Bandholz of Beardbrand grew their YouTube channel to 1.82 million subscribers!By consistently putting out super-high-quality content and collaborating with influencers, they’ve been able to massively increase their growth over the last 10 years.Today he’s gonna talk us through the importance of content marketing, why paid advertisements are still a goldmine, and why you gotta forget about being perfect on your first try!Make sure to check it out!Key Takeaways:Intro (00:00)Where it all started with content marketing (00:47)How to tackle YouTube with a small team (02:03)How to pitch collaborators (04:13)Measuring ROI on influencer ad spend (05:57)How Beardbrand struck gold (08:03)Advice for content marketers (09:07) 🤖 Automatically create show notes: https://www.melville.app🎁 My Equipment: https://bit.ly/my-equipment 🎤 We create Content Funnels™: https://bit.ly/contentfunnels 🦸♂️ Join the Podcast Rocket community: https://bit.ly/podcast-community Connect with me: 👉 LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/ryan_linkedin👉 Instagram: https://bit.ly/helms-IG
Ep 213: Testing Ad Platform Attribution by Using Post Purchase Survey With Eric Bandholz of Beardbrand
Secrets To Scaling Your Ecommerce Brand
Blind faith in your marketing channels attribution data won’t serve you well. How do you know if your marketing dollars are working on these ad platforms, just ask your customers?In this episode, Eric Bandholz, founder of Beardbrand, shares how using a simple post-purchase survey to find where their customers discovered Beardbrand has been instrumental in their growth. Finding out why your customers purchased, allows you to focus on what your value proposition is and refine details within your marketing operations. This simple strategy might just change the way you do your marketing!KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODEA simple Post Purchase Surveys question should impact your marketing decisions: How did you first hear about Beardbrand?Organic Youtube accounted for 40% of customers finding Beardbrand. As a result: 80 % of content if so for our customer, 20% of our videos are promotional for our products.Know your client and serve them well.Finding out why your customers purchased allows you to focus on what your value proposition is and refine details within your marketing operations.Redefine what success means to you and surround yourself with people that share the same values as you.If you want to be an entrepreneur, you have to love solving problems. You have to be ready to suffer to solve those problems.Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ecommerce-conversations-by-practical-ecommerce/id874457373TODAY’S GUESTEric Bandholz is the founder of Beardbrand and the first urban beardsman. He is passionate about changing the way society views beardsmen and wants to help men find ways to keep on growing and become better men. He is also the host of the podcast Ecommerce Conversations.Beardbrand is a company dedicated to providing educational and inspirational content to help men Keep on Growing. Their line of highly versatile grooming products for beard, hair, and skin supports an ever-growing online community that boasts over one million YouTube Subscribers. Beardbrand has been featured by GQ, Men’s Health, Forbes, Fast Company, Shark Tank, and more. Connect and learn more about Eric and Beardbrand here:Twitter: https://twitter.com/bandholz?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5EauthorLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bandholz/Website: https://www.beardbrand.comWe love our podcast community and listeners so much that we have decided to offer a free eCommerce Growth Plan for your brand! To learn more and how we can help, click here:https://mindfulmarketing.co/growthplan-applyIf you've been paying attention and your brand is ready to GROW, apply now to be the one new brand we take on this month!https://mindfulmarketing.co/apply
EP 114: BeardBrand's Eric Bandholz and the DTC Long Game
Subscribe to DTC Newsletter - https://dtcnews.link/signup This week on the pod we have DTC legend and founder of Beardbrand Eric Bandholz. Eric pioneered the urban beardsman market, along with a number of critical DTC plays, including incredible content marketing, deep customer identification and connection plus he was building in public way before it was cool. Listen to the pod for: 🔥 Hot takes on how DTC brands should approach Amazon 👩🎨Strategies for negotiating creative plateaus 📲 Why Beardbrand prioritizes organic content Subscribe to DTC Newsletter - https://dtcnews.link/signup Advertise on DTC - https://dtcnews.link/advertise Work with Pilothouse - https://dtcnews.link/pilothouse Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @dtcnewsletter Watch this interview on YouTube - https://dtcnews.link/video
Selling Love, Building A Brand & Helping People with Eric Bandholz, Founder of Beardbrand
In this episode of Hunting Influence, Aaron is joined by Eric Bandholz, Founder of Beardbrand. They discuss why Beardbrand's motto is "keep on growing" which refers to both your beard and yourself... the single most impactful moment in Eric's entrepreneurial career and Eric's biggest hiring lesson.
Building a Mission-Oriented Business with Eric Bandholz, Co-founder and CEO of Beardbrand
eCommerce Profits Podcast
Eric Bandholz is the Co-founder and CEO of Beardbrand, a community and direct-to-consumer business with a mission to make men awesome. Eric and his team work to break down the negative stereotypes that surround bearded men through Beardbrand’s blog, YouTube videos, and line of highly versatile grooming products. In 2014, Eric represented the brand on Shark Tank, launching Beardbrand to national recognition. Since then, the company has been featured by GQ, Men’s Health, Forbes, and more. In this episode… When Eric Bandholz created Beardbrand in 2012, he had one mission: to make men feel awesome. Since then, he has built a community of like-minded beardsmen, launched a successful line of grooming products, and, most recently, opened a brick-and-mortar barbershop. So, how does he manage to expand his business while still maintaining that original mission? According to Eric, it’s all about staying true to your core values. As a strong believer in stoicism, he has learned to relinquish control and focus on freedom instead. As he says, this value is a driving force in every interaction, development, and venture he has within Beardbrand. By leading with his core values, Eric has created a brand that not only achieved his mission, but exceeded it. On this episode of the eCommerce Profits Podcast, Joshua Chin talks with Eric Bandholz, the Co-founder and CEO of Beardbrand, about the mission and values behind his successful brand. Eric discusses the role stoicism has played in his entrepreneurial journey, his vision for Beardbrand’s expansion, and why selling your company may not be the best option in the long run. Stay tuned!
Eric Bandholz — YouTube, Shark Tank, and Vertical Content Production
Everything Is Marketing
On the show today is Eric Bandholz — the founder and CEO of BeardBrand, which produces beard, hair, and skin products for men. He also hosts the Practice Ecommerce podcast.I wanted to bring Eric on because several years ago I wanted to start a line of beard balms and oils and then discovered BeardBrand and knew that they had just nailed it. So I left that to them — and they've established an amazing brand.Eric and BeardBrand really embody the premise of the show that everything is marketing since they started a Barbershop, their 1.6 million subscribers on YouTube know them for their education and documentary-style videos, and they prioritize customer service so much so that they offer free consultations over text.You’ll hear about how they develop products, Eric's experience on Shark Tank, and building a brand through content marketing.More on Eric: @bandholz on Twitter BeardBrand Practical Ecommerce podcast Sponsored by SparkLoop — the referral tool for newsletters. Hundreds of smart newsletter creators use SparkLoop to get more, high-quality email subscribers on autopilot. Get started in 5 minutes and start a free 30-day trial → sparkloop.app/eim🙌 Thank Eric for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs.★ Support this podcast ★