This week on the Proposify Biz Chat, I talk with Thomas Umstattd Jr, marketing director at Fahrenheit, a full-service digital agency based in Austin, Texas. In addition to Thomas’ day job of successfully shepherding his co-workers through the agile project management methodology, he helps authors learn to promote themselves online through his podcast, Novel Marketing and with products on Author Media. Here at Proposify, we’ve experimented with aspects of both the kanban and scrum styles of agile project management but never committed fully to either so I was really interested to hear about Fahrenheit’s experience and Thomas’ recommendations.
This week on the Proposify Biz Chat, I talk with Alex Berman, founder and senior vice president of Experiment 27, a Las Vegas-based agency that works with mobile app development firms to generate leads and build their marketing systems. Alex and his team grew Experiment 27 from $0-$400k ARR (annual recurring revenue) in just 30 days and generated $2.5 million in B2B sales. Lead generation is probably the number one business challenge we hear about from our Proposify customers so I was really interested to pick Alex’s brain and see what’s in his secret success sauce. Fortunately for us, he shares his recipe.
This week on the Proposify Biz Chat, I talk with Marcus Murphy, Director of Sales at DigitalMarketer. Marcus and I first met at a conference in 2015 when he was partner manager at InfusionSoft. I say ‘met’, but a more accurate way to describe it would be ‘bonded’. What’s compelling about Marcus is his passion for building authentic relationships and his infectious enthusiasm for innovation in marketing. He’s also just a great guy. In this episode, Marcus shares what he’s learned about social selling and how it’s changing the way relationships start and sales are made.