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Ep. 001: Sean Pritzkau is Marketing for Good

Ep. 001: Sean Pritzkau is Marketing for Good

In our inaugural episode of The Currency, I interview marketing consultant, Sean Pritzkau. Sean left what felt like his dream job in pursuit of freedom and greater impact. Taking experience from his work with businesses, churches, and non-profits, he’s on a mission to help people and organizations grow their audience and make an impact with their marketing.

Make sure to download Sean’s free resource “5 Social Media Templates to Save You Hours of Work Every Week” at seanpritzkau.com. The videos, templates, and tutorials he provides will help you cut through the noise, market your mission, and use social media for good.

You can follow Sean on Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

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Credits

All music used in this show was created by the talented Lee Rosevere and shared under a Creative Commons 4.0 license.

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Video: VRBO releases a major update to its brand

Video: VRBO releases a major update to its brand

Did you hear about VRBO (Vacation Rentals By Owner) and their new brand update? There are some things I love about it and a couple I really don’t Check it out as I break down the new VRBO brand.

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Episode 033: The Plight of the Virtuous Multi-Billion Dollar Global Disposable Razor Brand

Episode 033: The Plight of the Virtuous Multi-Billion Dollar Global Disposable Razor Brand

Everyone’s talking about the recent Gillette commercial, or short film, as they like to call it—and for that reason I hate to even bring it up. But, there’s some relevance for marketers and business owners that I think is being overlooked. In this episode I tackle the infamous, and probably soon-to-be-forgotten Gillette ad of January 2019.


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Video: Mastercard Drops its Name from Brand

Video: Mastercard Drops its Name from Brand

Mastercard recently dropped it name from its logo in an attempt to modernize and to move away from its position as a card. Smart move, as more and more brands are trying to economize to accommodate the small screens that facilitate business these days. Even so, there’s just one problem with this move and it has to do with its name.

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