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Let's Talk Marketingwith Nathan Webster

I’ve been a competitor all my life. Born and raised in Vancouver, WA to two amazing parents with a rich history of success, fight, grit and love. My journey started five days after graduating from high school and standing on the footprints in MCRD (aka, Marine Corps Recruit Depot) San Diego. When I was in the Marine Corps, that’s when I learned I was different. People kept telling me, “Webster, you’re always doing your own thing. That’s called, OP, for being on your “own program.” Yessir, that’s me.

Back in 2016, I created a podcast focused on raising awareness and build action for my nonprofit. After several years of running my marketing agency and being an adjunct professor for my local college, I realized my heart was no longer there. I’ve grown and evolved to another level.

My passion is to help others, but help them to build, create, expand, scale, and sustain their hard work within their business. Typically, this results in consulting key leaders with my expertise in marketing and business development. Therefore, my podcast needed to evolve too.

I love seeing how the right marketing plan can make all the difference. In my experience, I haven’t seen any two companies with the same marketing strategies to get the same results. For example, franchise restaurants within the same metropolitan have to deal with multiple and different demography issues within a 10-mile radius.

Hence, why I switched it up to “Let’s Talk Marketing” focus.

The world of marketing is no joke. In my humble opinion, marketing can be viewed as an untamed beast that never sleeps and is always hungry. So as marketing professionals, our job is never done and all-encompassing.

Marketing can no longer be a cookie-cutter approach with a one-size-fits-all mindset. This podcast will focus on all elements of marketing. We’ll cover best practices of basic concepts like SEO, which is a search engine optimization acronym that gets thrown around with a lot, to more complex systems such as SAAS (aka, software as a service).

Enough writing… go check me out on iTunes, iHeart Radio, Soundcloud (below), Spotify, and Stitcher.

SEwNAW PodcastSocial Entrepreneur with Nathan A Webster

These were the podcast articles written to compliment the SEwNAW Podcast from 2016-2020.

  • The Invisible Disruptor COVID-19

    After having so much going on with COVID-19, I wanted to bookmark this timepoint in our podcast history. This is a significant point in our world history, so I’d be remiss if I’d carry on as usual. The picture of Mark Cuban (via Uproxx) of him finding out the NBA league regular season was suspended is the perfect example of how a lot of people feel.

    March 15, 2020
  • How to Hire a Marketing Company

    The new marketing is digital marketing in the 21st century. As aspects of marketing get more sophisticated in this new era of buying everything online, the process of finding an expert marketer or other professional services isn’t as clear.

    March 9, 2020
  • How to Promote and Get Results

    There’s nothing more frustrating than spending an exorbitant amount of money and time on an ad and don’t receive a return on investment (aka, ROI). One of the biggest lessons I learned when I was promoting my nonprofit years ago, was to stay in within my comfort zone for content creation so I could have a plethora of options for my marketing mix. The uncomfortable part was distributing the various content through every possible channel without knowing the response- and yes, it was completely uncomfortable.

    February 9, 2020
  • Promoting Personal Brand via Public Relations

    The mass marketing model is quickly going away. Even though I may have grown up with a television set as the only means of family entertainment, I can’t say that’s the same for me and my kiddos. My kids get mad when we have to watch commercials.

    January 26, 2020