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The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Melanie Balke

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Melanie Balke, CEO and founder of The Email Marketers. We discuss the importance of a multi-step complex hiring process, how to train and ensure your team is set up for success when delegating, ChatGPT, how to incorporate it in email marketing workflows, and more. Episode timestamps: What does Melanie’s day-to-day look like? (0:55)...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Rich Staats

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Rich Staats, Founder of Secret Stache. We discuss how to lead a remote team that aligns with values, ways to help your teammates during crises (Ukraine war), hiring and training managers, working with consultants, and more. Episode timestamps: Hiring account managers. (1:45) Processes to onboard managers and set them up for success...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Dom Wells

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Dom Wells, CEO of Onfolio. We discuss asset acquisitions, market dynamics, how to hire the right talent to lead companies, promoting internally vs. externally, and much more. Episode timestamps: Exciting projects Dom has been working on lately. (0:58) Market dynamics currently. (1:40) How does the Onfolio team adapt to current market...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Lexi Grant

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Lexi Grant, Media Entrepreneur and founder of They Got Acquired. We discuss the importance of content quality and consistency posting, building in public, working collaboratively with experts to serve your audience, building teams and finding the right talent, and more.  Episode timestamps: Why did she start They Got Acquired? (0:58)...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Dozie Anyaegbunam

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Dozie Anyaegbunamm, Sr. Content & SEO Manager at UserGems. We discuss the importance of resonance when creating content, the role of soft signals, managing up, AI, and more. Episode timestamps: Interesting storytelling examples Dozie has noticed recently. (1:00) Tips to improve your storytelling mindset and content resonance...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Annabel Maw

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Annabel Maw, Founder of Annabel Maw Yoga and former Director of Brand Marketing at Jotform. We discuss how to communicate and manage hybrid and remote teams, how to collaborate with others, use social media to stand out, and more.  Episode timestamps: Interesting projects Annabel is working on right now. (0:50) How to plan for massive...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Brian Clark

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Brian Clark, who is working on Further and Longevity Gains and is the previous founder and CEO of Copyblogger. We discuss how to build content that matters, how to lead and find the right people to partner with for your company, AI, what to do to future-proof your career, and more.  Episode timestamps: How to create content...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Rand Fishkin

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, I chat with Rand Fishkin, Co-Founder and CEO at SparkToro. We discuss his processes for creating content, his views on marketing attribution, investing in brand efforts, and much more. Episode timestamps: What does his content creation process look like? (1:05) Where does Rand consume content? (2:45) What is marketing attribution? (4:30) How is...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Andy Crestodina

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Andy Crestodina, Chief Marketing Officer and Co-Founder at Orbit Media Studios. We discuss his views on using AI efficiently, motivating teams to experiment, hiring a professional CEO to run your company, and more. Episode timestamps: What has Andy been working on lately? (0:40) How does Andy stay so productive on social media for...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Jordan Gal

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Jordan Gal, Founder at Rally. We discuss his views on remote work, sync vs. async communications, bootstrapping vs. VC model growth, and much more.  Episode timestamps: What is Jordan working on lately? (0:40) Creating a team that is aligned and moving in the same direction. (1:30) Mindset shifts to make a remote company work well...