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Everyone Hates Marketers is a no-fluff, actionable marketing podcast for people sick of shady, in-your-face marketing. Louis Grenier interviews marketers who are not afraid to cut through the BS and say things as they are. Learn how to get more visitors, more leads, more customers, more long-term profits, by using good marketing: by treating people the way you'd like to be treated.
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Latest Episodes…

  1. How to Position Your Freelance Marketing Business (& Stop Feeling Burn out)

    Are you feeling burnt out at the end of your workday? Do you feel like your flailing around with no direction when working with your current clients? Kaleigh Moore was in your position not too long ago. Now after taking a leap as a niche freelance writer, Kaleigh ...

    2019-07-23

  2. Take F*cking Risks: 3 Ways to Get Noticed

    There is no magic formula to helping your brand stand out amongst the crowd. But if there is one takeaway from today’s episode on how to get your brand noticed it is to take some fucking risks. Today’s guest, Paul Mellor, founder, and design director at Mellor ...

    2019-07-16

  3. The 1-Page Marketing Plan: Build Yours in 9 Steps

    What is the One-Page Marketing Plan? If you've ever struggled with a lack of focus in your business, you're not alone. In this episode, we’ll uncover how you can beat Shiny Object Syndrome once and for all with a simple, practical system for marketing: The 1-Page Marketing Plan.  Who is ...

    2019-07-09

  4. How To Use Humor In Your Marketing To Stand Out And Get More Sales

     Not everyone is naturally funny, but every business can make an impactful change to their marketing strategy by infusing humor. Allie LeFevere joins the show today to discuss how to create an endearing audience by making them laugh.  Allie ...

    2019-07-02

  5. More Isn’t Always Better – Challenging the Growth at All Costs Mindset

    Many companies are constantly in a growth mindset, constantly looking for new ways to increase customers and improve their “vanity” metrics that say more is always better. Paul Jarvis, the author of Company of One, joins the show today to discuss the importance of enjoying the process ...

    2019-06-25