The Buzz Addiction Podcast
Our podcast began in late 2017 as a way for our founders to share their latest thoughts and learnings on all things marketing. They’ve covered Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony in front of Congress, NCAA Basketball marketing, and ways restaurants can (and should be using) social media.
Check out the latest episodes below!
The Buzz Addiction: Podcast
After we published the Marketing Trends to Watch in 2019, we wanted to give a quick update on those trends before our mid-year update.
Richard puts Adam on the Marketing Hot Seat with five questions, including, “Should a business be on social media?” You don’t want to miss this.
Was the $5+ million per Super Bowl ad worth it? Give this special edition podcast a listen to hear what Richard and Adam think were the best and the worst and what that means for advertising the rest of the year.
You're not Pepsi. Or Audi. Or Budweiser. How do you take advantage of the attention about the Big Game? By being smart and having fun. Adam and Richard chat about how any business can own the Big Game.
What are the trends you need to be ready for this year? We cover it all in our first podcast of 2019.
Co-Founder Adam does a quick Q+A with his other co-founder, Richard about life and marketing with some sage advice for any business engaged on social media.
Marketing is an art and a science ... and it never ends. We dive into quick and easy ways to engage your customers ... and a surprise tactic at the end!
Marketing doesn't have to be big, expensive Super Bowl ads ... it just takes a little strategy and a commitment to providing your customers and fans with great content and insights.
After two days of testimony before Congress, we jump into the podcast quick to talk about the future of Facebook and what it means for businesses large and small. This is important.
After a strategy meeting, Richard continued the conversation with Adam to just touch base on social platforms, advertising, and the just-finished Olympics. You have questions, we answer them. We, are SproutMedia.
Brewery Marketing 101
Is Facebook Dying?