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RR 420: Kim Walker – Building a StoryBrand

Kim Walker – Building a Story Brand

People are bombarded with 3,000 marketing messages every 24 hours. What does your message say?

Catch the power of ‘Story Brand’. Learn about the Guide, the Hero, the problem, and the plan among others. It is a perfect fit for growing your relationship with your client. This is a review of the book ‘Building A Story Brand’ by Donald Miller.

Kim Walker is an official Story Brand Guide and along with her husband, Brian are former shop owners who are taking their personal experience and helping shop owners with their ‘story’. Their company is Shop Marketing Pros and they are helping the service professional bring their story brand to their clients.

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RR 045: Kim Walker from 5 Stones Media

Kim Walker

Kim Walker from 5 Stones Media is a social media expert, but before she became involved with Five Stones Media she was a school counselor and a teacher. Her husband Brian, started his own shop while he was a Mercedes technician in North Carolina. Then asked Kim to leave her school job and join his…

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CarmCast 018: Vision KC 2018 Epilogue | Interviews | Follow-up

Connect on Facebook Share Become an Insider. Join the Tribe Email Carm Powered by the Simple Social Press CarmCast 018 What was your best take-a-way from Vision Did you get your Vision shirt that supports scholarships Thanks: Thanks to Sheri Hamilton, Jerry Holcom, Joe Severt and Ron Haugen for such a great event and for…

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RR 054: Social Media Best Practices

   Greg Buckley of Buckley Auto Care says it was a thrill working alongside his dad, when he was eight years old, helping with his brother to build the 49 year legacy business. He is a busy man being a member of ASA, an ATI Coach, and is Car Seat Certified and is on the…

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Retention: Six To-Do’s for Customer Retention

Just as much effort is needed into finding new customers as it is to keeping your current customer base. Here are six pointers on maintaining a relationship with your current customers. Show it. Never consider that you’ll get the next transaction. Loyalty today is based on the last experience your customer had with you and his/her knowledge…