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95: How KlientBoost’s Improved Customer Engagement and Retention with a Unique Approach to Setting Client Goals
In this episode of Metrics & Chill, KlientBoost’s founder, Jonathan Dane joins the show to talk about how identifying and improving one metric helped boost customer engagement, customer retention, productivity, employee happiness, and so much more.
In this episode of Metrics & Chill podcast, find out how Databox reduced median first response time from more than 3 hours to just 17 minutes. Learn what the team did, how they did it, and measures that have been implemented to ensure this success is long-term and sustainable.
93: Google’s Page Experience Update: How to Better Prepare Your Agency and Clients According to Pepperland Marketing
In this episode of Metrics and Chill, Sean Henri, Founder and CEO at Pepperland marketing, shares the latest Google Page Experience update details, including how his agency prepared themselves and their clients and the changes they implemented.
In this episode of Metrics and Chill, Mark Thomas, Head of Growth at Powered by Search, walked us through how he, as the only marketing hire, drove the strategy that led to an increase in Sales Qualified Leads by 142% quarter-over-quarter.
In this episode of the Metrics & Chill podcast, Logan Lyles, VP of Customer Experience at Sweet Fish Media, talked about how they lowered revenue churn from 15% to 3% in 12 months despite the pandemic.
Jonathan Stanis, Director of User Experience, and Frank Isca, a strategist at Weidert Group, joined John Bonini on an episode of the Metrics and Chill podcast to discuss how they improved one key metric for their client: Goal conversion rate.
In this episode of the Metrics & Chill podcast, Mike Donnelly, founder and CEO at Seventh Sense, talked about the right way to measure and improve one important email marketing metric: active audience with email.
Recently, Robbie Richards, director of SEO at Virayo Marketing sat down with John Bonini for an episode of the Metrics & Chill podcast. Richards discussed how they helped a client generate quality traffic that converts--yielding an increase in trial signups by 70%.
In this episode of Metrics and Chill, Alex Boyd, CEO of RevenueZen, explained how one personal LinkedIn account contributes a huge chunk of the agency’s sales pipeline and revenue.
In this episode of the Metrics & Chill podcast, Stephanie Donily, Head of Content & Communications at Zapier, shared how they turned a successful blog into a full-funnel conversion driver.
In this episode of Metrics & Chill, Ramli John, Manager Director at ProductLed, talked about how the company took advantage of one often overlooked metric to increase MRR for clients - activation.
In this episode of Metrics & Chill, learn how Patrick Campbell, Founder & CEO of ProfitWell grows one metric that’s crucial for both them and their customers: revenue per customer.
83: How WalkerBots Content Studios Cuts Time to Conversion In Half By Increasing Return Visitor Rate
In this episode of Metrics & Chill, Tommy Walker, founder of WalkerBots Content Studios, talked about how they approach one often overlooked metric they believe is crucial for content marketing success: Return visitors.
In this episode on Metrics & Chill podcast, Chris Strom—founder and Principal at ClearPivot—sat down with John Bonini and walked him through how ClearPivot took a strategic approach to grow organic search traffic around a pretty competitive niche: SaaS marketing.
In this episode of the Metrics & Chill podcast, John Bonini talked with Tyler Pigott of Lone Fir Creative, a digital and inbound marketing agency focused on driving conversions through copy. As founder, Tyler let John in on how the words-first agency turns brand messaging into higher conversions.
Chris Cardone, Customer Success Lead at Unstack, talked with John Bonini on an episode of the Metrics and Chill podcast. Chris shared how Unstack approaches one key metric that’s crucial for SaaS businesses: Churn.
In this episode of Metrics & Chill, John Bonini talked with Ben Sailer, Inbound Marketing Director at CoSchedule, about how the team at CoSchedule refocused their content strategy on driving trials and product signups, instead of just traffic.
In this episode of the Metrics & Chill podcast, John Bonini caught up with Jasz Joseph, founder and Digital Marketing Strategist at Jasz Rae Digital. Jasz and John talked about how Jasz’s agency has brought the inbound methodology to clients that sell big enterprise deals.
In this episode of Metrics and Chill, John Bonini sat down with Gabe Marguglio, founder and CEO at Nextiny. Gabe and John talked about how the team at Nextiny has turned video marketing into a lead generation powerhouse.
Recently, John Bonini connected with Amanda Natividad, Head of Marketing at Growth Machine, for an episode of our Metrics & Chill podcast. Amanda told John all about how they’ve turned a notoriously hard to attribute marketing channel into a conversion and sales engagement producing engine.
As Head of Growth, Casey shared how Bonjoro approached one key metric in particular: trial conversions. A software app for sending personalized video emails to onboard new customers and clients, Bonjoro took a page out of their own playbook by using personalized onboarding videos to boost trial user engagement early on.
JD Sherman, HubSpot's COO for the past 8 years, joined the podcast a few weeks ahead of his announcement that he will be leaving HubSpot in July of '21. Here, he talks about his working relationship with CEO Brian Halligan, how HubSpot's leadership team approaches strategy and planning, and how that translates to various teams and departments, HubSpot's decision to go wide as a platform rather than deep and upmarket as an automation tool, and much more.
73: Patrick Shea / How HubSpot Built A Community of Thriving Partners & What SMBs Can Learn from Enterprise (& Vice Versa)
An old friend Patrick Shea joins the pod to discuss the early days of HubSpot's partner program, how they went about building a powerful and thriving partner community, his transition to enterprise and what SMB marketers can learn from the enterprise playbook (and vice versa) and much more.
72: John & Pete / How Databox Uses Live Chat For Sales & Support (& Why It Took So Long To Roll It Out)
Today Pete Caputa joins the podcast to talk about how Databox is leveraging live chat + email in both the sales and support functions, how the approach differs from the traditional sales approach, and why it took Databox so long to roll it out (thoughtfully) over the last year.
April Dunford joins the podcast to discuss her surprise (at least to her) hit book, Obviously Awesome. On this episode, we dig into some of the core product positioning lessons that April discusses in the book and coaches clients on, including: - How to tell if you have weak positioning - Where positioning should fall on a marketer's/executive's priority list - How the approach to positioning changes depending on the stage of your company - The 10-step process for defining your positioning, and... - The most important positioning lessons that April has learned throughout her career Enjoy.
70: Benji Hyam / Inside Grow & Convert's Content Marketing Framework for Growing Traffic, Leads, & Sales Through Content
Benji Hyam shares his experience running content marketing for a few companies in San Francisco and how that inspired him to start 2 companies––Wordable and Grow and Convert. The latter, a content marketing agency he's run for over 4 years, takes a unique approach to offering services around content marketing. Hear about their 4-step content framework for getting client's results no matter the industry.
69: Lindsay Tjepkema / Will Casted Become The HubSpot for Podcasts? Inside the First Podcast Platform for B2B
On this episode, Casted CEO and cofounder Lindsay Tjepkema joins the show to talk about its recent public launch and round of funding, how the company is growing and what's been working so far, and why genuine and helpful conversations are the next big thing for B2B brands to leverage as a driver for growth.
Meghan Keaney Anderson, VP of Marketing at HubSpot, joins the pod to provide what is essentially an oral history of marketing at HubSpot. Anderson has been with HubSpot for 9 years, and in her words, it's like being with 3 different companies during that span due to all the different phases of growth. In this episode, Meghan provides all the details behind what makes HubSpot's marketing engine move, including: - how the team is structured - how their planning process works - how they set goals and cascade them down to the individual contributor - how they stay flexible to make adjustments, improve efficiencies, etc. - the channels they're investing more in, the ones that have evolved, etc. Enjoy!
In this episode, Wes Bush, author of Product-Led Growth, sits down with John to discuss all things PLG, including how it's different from marketing + sales-led organizations, the key levers for transitioning to product-led, how teams can get started, and much more.
Today we're joined by Devin Bramhall, VP of Marketing at Animalz and previously head of content at Help Scout. Animalz is a content marketing services company that works with some of the most well-known companies in SaaS––Intercom, Wistia, ProfitWell, Zendesk, and Clearbit just to name a few. Here, Devin takes us through her process and outlook for creating great content. Hint: It doesn't involve writing. (At least, not exclusively.)