Alex Cibiri, CEO of Element Fitness, shares on the Sticky Branding Podcast how Element Fitness navigated the crisis to maintain revenue, avoid layoffs, and achieve a 90% member retention rate with a 9.8 Net Promoter Score. Alex speaks to pivoting, grit, and the spirit it takes to thrive in a crisis.
After a startling 90% drop in revenue, Gillian Stein, CEO of Henry’s, shares on the Sticky Branding Podcast her approach to leadership, navigating the crisis, and how Henry’s is innovating and coming out of the pandemic stronger than ever.
It’s here. Welcome to the first episode of the Sticky Branding Podcast. In our inaugural episode, Jeremy Miller — founder of Sticky Branding and host of Sticky Branding Podcast — sets the stage for what’s to come.
Next week marks a big shift for me and Sticky Branding. We are launching the Sticky Branding Podcast! 🥳 Before the podcast is released, I’d like to make an ask: help us make the Sticky Branding Podcast the podcast you want to listen to every week.
This fall Sarah and I are launching a Sticky Branding podcast, and we are looking for stories. There are lots of podcasts from authors and speakers, but what we feel is missing is real, boots-on-the-ground stories from business owners and CEOs of companies like yours and mine. Would you like to share your story?
Anyone can deliver good service, but that doesn’t get your customers talking about your business or referring it. Create memorable moments to engage your customers and get them singing your praise.
Writing one great article is not enough. Content marketing demands you do that month after month, if not day after day. It’s a marathon. Set your pace and go into content marketing with an expectation that you will be doing it for several years.
Growing a personal brand is straightforward. Produce a lot of content, and get a lot of people to consume and share it. That’s it. That’s personal branding.
Ten years ago some people argued they didn't need a website. They felt their business was too complex or their customers just weren't online, which meant a website was irrelevant. You don't hear that argument anymore, but you do hear people arguing today that they...
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