Cutting Through The Noise

Cutting Through The Noise

Cutting Through The Noise: the newest podcast from Pintler Group addresses frequently asked marketing questions for business owners in key verticals. We address the marketing pains associated with not knowing what’s working, we cover reliable strategies and out of the box techniques in order to help you find new ways to own the internet as we explore all marketing channels. If you’re looking for a marketing resource that will help you reach new heights and think out of the box, we’ve got your back. Listen as the Pintler Group team shares years of marketing wisdom and case studies to give clarity in the noisy world of marketing.

Episodes

September 9, 2021 20 min
On this episode of Cutting Through The Noise, we chat with Maura Gatch, the Vice-Chancellor at Montana State University-Northern in Havre, Montana. Our conversation takes us through the realm of Maura's career in education. Topics include: -Drawing students to a small rural town college. -Email and digital apps taking over as the primary source of information in college admissions. -Advice for recent graduates entering the mar...
Share
Mark as Played
Meet Casey Fitchett. Pintler Group's new digital marketing coordinator. In today's episode, we cover a wide range of topics. From easing in new clients who are unsure about getting into the world of digital marketing, to our favorite marketing software's we daily. Watch and be sure to his the subscribe button. https://mailchimp.com/ https://analytics.withgoogle.com/ https://www.canva.com/ https://asana.com/ https://www...
Share
Mark as Played
On this episode of Cutting Through The Noise, entrepreneur, Montana Ambassador, and veteran drone pilot, Hazer Novich, drops by the shop to tell his amazing story of pursuing his organically homegrown career in visual arts. We chat about his humble beginnings in Big Sky country, how he gained his initial traction to pursue the work he aspired towards, and reinventing artistic direction amidst a growing field of competition. Hazer N...
Share
Mark as Played
On this episode of Cutting Through The Noise, we chat with Jesse Bartholomew, VP of Product at Coaster Cycles. Topics include the 'last mile,' what it is and why it's important, as well as the rise of E-bikes and how the pandemic has shifted attitudes towards transportation. Coaster Cycles https://www.coastercycles.com/ Jesse Bartholomew Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessebartholomew Pintler Group https://pintler...
Share
Mark as Played
On this episode of Cutting Through The Noise, Jill Alban stops by Pintler HQ to offer insight on how to achieve a more enriching career mid-pandemic, what's in store for the future of content marketing, and how to maintain many talents from marketing to coaching. Jill Alban Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/jill-alban Pintler Goup https://pintlergroup.com/ Find Your Why https://simonsinek.com/find-your-why/ Vivid Vision htt...
Share
Mark as Played
In this podcast episode of Cutting Through the Noise: Destination Marketing Kyle and Shawn discuss important digital efforts that can drive leads for economic development firms, including a robust customer relationship management strategy, enticing, location-specific content and partnerships with your local tourism firms. They also dive into the importance of establishing micro-conversions in an industry with a long sales cycle. We...
Share
Mark as Played
In this podcast episode of Cutting Through the Noise: Kyle and Shawn discuss referral marketing. In destination marketing, it can be a powerful tool for good, or a powerful tool for evil! Okay, maybe evil is a bit hyperbolic, but it can really impact travel. Referral marketing is packaged and delivered in myriad ways: word of mouth, reviews, Instagram geo-pins and refer-a-friend promotions. Just to name a few. So, check out the e...
Share
Mark as Played
In this episode of Cutting Through the Noise: Kyle and Shawn talk retention: What does it take to keep your travelers coming back year after year. People spending their hard-earned money and using valuable vacation time to visit YOUR destination or to relocate to your city: why? We look at customer acquisition costs (or traveler acquisition costs) and discuss how to use lifetime value in your early-stage (acquisition) marketing de...
Share
Mark as Played
Looking to improve the performance of your website? Who isn't. In a marketing world with a lot of shiny objects, digging into Google Analytics can find its way pretty low on the to-do-list. We hope to encourage you in this episode that the time is well spent. A small investment in conversion optimization can make a huge impact on site performance and ultimately, your key visitiation metrics. We'll walk through software, str...
Share
Mark as Played
Acquisition, activation, retention, referral and revenue. This the the framework that makes up any robust digital marketing campaign. Coined originally by Dave McClure of 500 Startups, the framework fits tourism and economic development marketing quite nicely. www.pintlergroup.com www.geofli.com
Share
Mark as Played
In this episode, Shawn and Kyle talk about the first few metrics to look at when auditing a digital presence for a tourism company or a destination marketing firm. Time On Site New vs. Returning Users Geographic Representation Top Visited Pages/ Top Exit Pages Referral Sources This is episode one in our six part series on Destination Marketing. Stay tuned for our entire series, podcast, video and article. https://www.pintlergroup...
Share
Mark as Played
Gwen and Kyle look at a massive rebranding project: the Missoula Federal Credit Union and discuss how a project like that starts, middles and perhaps never ends. We chat about the importance of naming, earning buy-in from stakeholders and the community and then educating members, fans and community members on the new look and name. It's an amazing episode filled with some pretty powerful insights from a leader in the branding c...
Share
Mark as Played
January 23, 2020 27 min
We talk networking as a sort-of bonus traction channels for marketers. But not in a return-on-investment sort of way as Jed explains. This episode was particularly cool because we got to sit in the New Gilke building and visit our old stomping grounds at the University of Montana. Enjoy the episode!
Share
Mark as Played
Cathy Cole brings a wealth of knowledge to the podcast studio. If you're looking to get involved in data analytics, marketing or strategy: higher education could be a great place to learn fast.
Share
Mark as Played
November 15, 2019 12 min
Kyle and Michelle discuss the final traction channel community building on this week's podcast. Covering communities like Google Tag Manager and Facebook Groups, learn about how creating a community for your startup can foster relationships with your customers, instill trust in your brand, and keep customers coming back. Google Tag Manager Community: https://support.google.com/communities/answer/7424249 Facebook Groups - What A...
Share
Mark as Played
November 8, 2019 13 min
Shawn and Michelle talk about the traction channel speaking engagements, if they are right for your business and how to get the most out of your presentation.
Share
Mark as Played
The traction channel offline events can often be overlooked in today's digital age, but Michelle and Shawn dive into how digital marketing efforts and offline events can come together to make a very successful marketing campaign. Want to learn more about using offline events as a traction channel? Check out our blog (https://www.pintlergroup.com/blog/offline-events-and-online-tracking/) and video (https://youtu.be/i3a7CdvACYk)...
Share
Mark as Played
October 30, 2019 19 min
In this video, Kassi and Kyle talk about the three prongs of trade shows and specifically, we talk about geotargeting your trade show before and during your event. Whether you're an attendee or a vendor, this episode is sure to be valuable for you. Want to learn more about trade shows? Check out our video (https://youtu.be/eitWWj5GlfU) and blog article (https://www.pintlergroup.com/blog/geofencing-trade-shows/) on this topic.
Share
Mark as Played
October 18, 2019 12 min
Kassi and Shawn dive into what existing platforms are and how they are used to build brand awareness. Want to learn more about using existing platforms as a traction channel? Check out our video (https://youtu.be/wh8HFoDLu6w) and blog article (https://www.pintlergroup.com/blog/leverage-existing-platforms/) on this topic.
Share
Mark as Played
October 11, 2019 15 min
Michelle and Kassi discuss the ins and outs of affiliate marketing. They dive into the different pieces that make a successful affiliate marketing campaign, why it is such a powerful channel, who should give it a try and much more! To learn more about affiliate marketing check out this blog post (http://www.pintlergroup.com/blog/affiliate-marketing-dos-and-donts/) and this video (https://youtu.be/p2wV9VElY9o) on the topic!
Share
Mark as Played

Popular Podcasts

    Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.

    Crime Junkie

    If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.

    Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

    It’s a lighthearted nightmare in here, weirdos! Morbid is a true crime, creepy history and all things spooky podcast hosted by an autopsy technician and a hairstylist. Join us for a heavy dose of research with a dash of comedy thrown in for flavor.

    Stuff You Should Know

    If you've ever wanted to know about champagne, satanism, the Stonewall Uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Nino, true crime and Rosa Parks then look no further. Josh and Chuck have you covered.

    Sympathy Pains

    Hosted by Laura Beil (Dr. Death, Bad Batch), Sympathy Pains is a six-part series from Neon Hum Media and iHeartRadio. For 20 years, Sarah Delashmit told people around her that she had cancer, muscular dystrophy, and other illnesses. She used a wheelchair and posted selfies from a hospital bed. She told friends and coworkers she was trapped in abusive relationships, or that she was the mother of children who had died. It was all a con. Sympathy was both her great need and her powerful weapon. But unlike most scams, she didn’t want people’s money. She was after something far more valuable.

Advertise With Us

For You

    Music, radio and podcasts, all free. Listen online or download the iHeart App.

    Connect

    © 2022 iHeartMedia, Inc.