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EP035: Perspectives on Building Your Content Marketing Strategy with Eric Kasimov

This a Q&A freestyle episode which is at the core of what we do–helping you build and protect your business. In this episode we get into the questions from our audience including our clients and the business owners we chat with on a consistent basis and you, our listeners. We hope the perspectives on content marketing strategy we discuss help drive new opportunities for your business.

This episode continues with the format from last week. 

The feedback we received on last weeks “training” episode led to more questions so we are back for another episode like it. We also want to feature some clients of ours because we are proud of the work they are doing—and they offer great examples of strategy you can use in your business. 

In this marketing episode, we discuss a Facebook Community, SEO, and pushups.

0:59 | Facebook Community

4:56 | Pushups4Parkinsons – starting a cause

8:10 | Erie and Anchor – side hustle

10:16 | Nextdoor App

14:45 | Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

22:37 | Creating Content within your content marketing strategy

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EP034: Perspectives on Improving Your Social Media Presence with Eric Kasimov

Create new opportunities for your business. In this episode we get into the questions from our audience including our clients and the business owners we chat with on a consistent basis and you, our listeners. We hope the perspectives we discuss on improving your social media presence help drive new opportunities for your business.

In this marketing episode, we discuss LinkedIn, why not to sleep on Twitter, and the old-guard.

This episode is slightly different as you will only hear from Eric for this episode. That’s because we want to get right into ways you can improve your social media and business presence.

1:45 | LinkedIn profile and posting content on LinkedIn

5:35 | Twitter engagement

11:40 | Audio and podcasting

17:50 | Networking and the old-guard

21:50 | What type of content to create

Entrepreneur Perspectives of a Sports Counselor (LCPC): Derek Bylsma

EP033: Perspectives of a Sports Counselor (LCPC) with Derek Bylsma

The mind is a powerful thing. Eric welcomes Derek Bylsma to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode they discuss mental health, the popularity of soccer, and Big 10 sports. 

Derek is the Executive Director of Millennium Counseling Center. He resides in Chicago, Illinois. Derek is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) and a nationally board-certified counselor. He specializes in recovery-related work, mental health disorders, and issues unique to athletic performance. He is enthusiastic about leading the sports division at his group as it marries two of his life-long passions; helping others and athletics. 

The knowledge that Derek shares from his time playing soccer, his time helping others every day, and his time as a business owner are lessons that any entrepreneur can learn from. Eric and Derek also discuss Derek’s passions in sports and helping others, coaching high school soccer, connecting with those that need help, and USA Soccer.  

EP032: Perspectives of a Baseball Business Owner with Steve McGuiggan

EP032: Perspectives of a Baseball Business Owner with Steve McGuiggan

Making a lasting impact on youth athletes. Eric welcomes Steve McGuiggan to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode they discuss youth development in baseball, social media for kids, and running a multi-faceted business. 

Steve is an Owner and Director of Baseball Operations for Minnesota Mash Baseball Club. In 2017 Steve was given one of the highest honors in youth sports when being named a Minnesota Chapter Coach of the Year by the Positive Coaching Alliance. This award was given to only 150 youth coaches throughout the country. Steve is involved in all aspects of MASH including all baseball activities as well as athlete performance. 

The knowledge that Steve shares from his time playing baseball, his time spent developing athletes every day, and his time as a startup business owner are lessons that any entrepreneur can learn from. Eric and Steve also discuss the future of baseball, and the importance of practice.  

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EP031: Open the Door to Conversation with Eric Kasimov and John Priore

Why not build a platform to allow other people to converse. Eric Kasimov and John Priore are back for another freestyle episode where they take on conversation topics that they have been having these past few weeks. We bring these conversations to you as we believe they can help any business owner or entrepreneur.  

In this episode they discuss car sales, social media focusing, and creating a community. 

Eric and John also discuss the NBA Trade Deadline and how entrepreneurs sometimes need to make a change. The topics discussed in this episode allow all entrepreneurs to get a feel for the endless opportunities that exist in business today. The perspectives from this episode are now perspectives you as the business owner and entrepreneur can use for yourself.

EP030: Perspectives of a Professional Baseball Player with Dean Jackson

EP030: Perspectives of a Professional Baseball Player with Dean Jackson

Dealing with setbacks will only make you stronger in the long run. Eric welcomes Dean Jackson to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode they discuss managing your downtime, the future of baseball, and analytics.

Dean is a minor league baseball player, most recently in the Arizona Diamondbacks organization. Due to an elbow injury, Dean is working his way back to the diamond and is currently rehabbing and handling baseball analytics for Arizona Christian University.  

The knowledge that Dean shares from his time on the field to his journey back to the diamond are lessons that any entrepreneur can learn from. Eric and Dean also discuss the emotional rollercoaster of playing professional baseball, Dean’s favorite city to play in, and doing the work while you are working.  

The Insurance Policy for Your Insurance Business | KazSource

The Insurance Policy for Your Insurance Business

Diversification of products, standing out, and creating unique content are all ways to insure your insurance business.   What do health insurance agents, benefit advisors, and property and casualty (P&C) agents all have in common? They are all working in industries that are being disrupted at a rapid pace. From government regulations to tech companies, various factors are…

Perspectives on Sales Activity with Mitch Long

EP029: Perspectives on Sales Activity with Mitch Long

Half of the battle is just showing up. Eric welcomes Mitch Long to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode they discuss sales activity, saying no, and hot dog stands.

We all have conversations in our business every day. At KazSource, we want to bring these conversations to you as we believe they can help any business owner or entrepreneur.  

Who better to talk to then the sales activity monster himself, Mitch Long. We want to get deep into sales with this episode. Mitch is a born sales person. He is also one of the most genuine people you will meet. Being genuine in sales will take you far. So we bring the resident expert on genuine sales to this podcast. Mitch is a repeat guest on the show and after this episode, I think it is time we sign Mitch up for more episodes! 

Eric and Mitch also discuss building trust, overcoming a bad month, and creating content. 

perspectives on business from an eleven year old

EP028: Perspectives on Business From an Eleven Year Old with Aliyah

It’s never to early to get started on your entrepreneurial journey. Eric welcomes Aliyah to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode they talk about writing stories, Instagram, and Gary Vaynerchuk.

This is a very special episode as Eric interviews his daughter, Aliyah. This episode gets into the perspectives on business from an eleven year old. When we first created this podcast, we wanted to interview all types of entrepreneurs. And that included the up and coming entrepreneurs. We feel we can learn from entrepreneurs of all levels. And Eric learns from his daughter every day – from her kindness, to her passion in learning, to her creative ways.

This was a fun episode for many reasons including the ridiculous bloopers. We can learn a lot by the actions of our youth. And to ask questions of them not only leads to a lot of genuine answers, but also answers that can help us think differently about our business.

Eric also questions Aliyah on her favorite phone app, guitar playing, and what it’s like to be a middle child. 

Our guest brings perspective on the future generation of the business world, who also understands what other young individuals are thinking. With her social media experience and entrepreneurial spirit, we are excited to have our youngest guest ever on the show!

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EP027: Q&A Marketing Episode with Eric Kasimov and John Priore

This is a Q&A style marketing episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives where Eric Kasimov and John Priore discuss questions received from audience members. In this Episode, Eric Kasimov chats with John Priore, a social media producer at KazSource, about different topics that will help you as an entrepreneur build and protect your business. We hope the marketing perspectives we discuss help drive new opportunities for your business.

In this marketing episode, we discuss LinkedIn, creating content, and podcasting.

This freestyle episode is at the core of what we do–helping you build and protect your business. We hope the perspectives we discuss on creating content will help you in your business. 

In our last marketing episode we said we would talk sports, but we didn’t. So we have fixed that for this episode. We discuss sports as it relates to branding and building a business. We also hit on our NFL playoff predictions which are already wrong!! Of course we were both on the wrong side of the Miracle in Minnesota as the New Orleans Saints went down in disastrous fashion.