Building your business through content marketing. This is a unique episode where instead of having a guest, it will be John Priore, a social media producer at KazSource and Eric Kasimov talking in a freestyle episode about different topics that will help you as an entrepreneur build and protect your business. In this episode we discuss content marketing, what we’ve learned from previous podcasts, and social media engagement.

This freestyle episode is completely unscripted. At the core of this episode is what we do—helping you build and protect your business — with a focus on marketing. The perspectives we bring on the current state of content marketing and the ways you can begin creating unique content are going to help any business owner. 

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Music, “Here for the Win” provided by Songwriter Jess

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Thank you so much for listening to this podcast on creating unique content for your business.

 

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The RODS mission is to nurture a positive image of Down syndrome, to promote awareness for the adoption of orphans with Down syndrome, and by participating in organized, athletic races, and awareness events.

Ultimately the goal is to find homes for all orphans with Down syndrome.

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