Having employees with strong personal brands is a great asset for any business, manufacturing or otherwise.
In this episode of Manufacturing Happy Hour, we talk to Daniel Murray, marketing ops leader and the founder of podcast and marketing community, Marketing Millennials.
Daniel discusses his career so far, how he simplifies marketing for marketers and the benefits of building personal brands. He also provides unmissable tips on building lasting LinkedIn posting habits and what platforms he finds most engaging right now.
This episode is simply a masterclass in marketing and it’s gold for any manufacturer!
In this episode, find out:
Daniel’s goals for Marketing Millennials
How to leverage LinkedIn purposefully
Why executives should build personal brands
Reasons why employers should hire employees with strong personal brands
Why social media is just one part of the trust-building puzzle
The importance of creating content consistently
The power of newsletters and podcasts
What’s resonating on LinkedIn right now
Why put your personal brand over your career at times
Top book recommendations from Daniel
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"Consume a lot of content from your space. Understand what people are saying.”
“One mistake people make is they’re not consistent enough on social media.”
“You want people to trust you and the way you build trust is by sharing what you know.”
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