Entries by Jeph Maystruck

Episode #4 – Ryan Holota On Why Your Marketing Strategy Needs To Be Risky


Episode 4 of The Marketing Revolution Podcast Featuring Ryan Holota <–Click here

Ryan-Holota-logoI met Ryan Holota roughly three years ago on Twitter.  Since then we regularly go for coffee or a lunch sharing ideas on how we’re using social media. 


I Want to Work With You, Maybe?


I don’t sell on my blog usually, I think that’s tacky, but there comes a time when one must reach out to their community and ask for help.  And I may not necessarily be able to help you or your company, but if you know of someone you think that could use my services, please let them know.

Any way you can help spread the word I’d very much appreciate it!

Episode #3 – Nothing’s Impossible, For The Regina Symphony Orchestra


Episode 3 of the Marketing Revolution Podcast – Nothing’s Impossible for the RSO <– Click Here

Taron Cochrane on Twitter

In episode 3 of the Marketing Revolution Podcast I talk to Taron Cochrane (@taron_cochrane), the self proclaimed “music fanatic” is the creative marketing and promotions manager of the Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO).  Taron loves music, it’s his passion and just talking to him for a few minutes you can see it in his eyes and hear it in his voice, music is a major part of his life.  Other than working for the RSO Taron also is a freelance writer for the Leaderpost, Horizon’s magazine and also is a graphic designer. See Taron’s Website.


Episode #2 – Why would a car dealership use social media?


Click here –>TMRP Episode #2 – Why would a car dealership use Social Media?

@CapitolFord on Twitter


7 Marketing Predictions For 2012 | Part 2 of 2


The Marketing Revolution Podcast

This is part two in the wonderful year end wrap-up.  If you haven’t seen it yet, here’s part one: “What We Learned About Social Media in 2011”

1.  It’s the year of mobile! (except for Saskatchewan) I don’t mean we won’t see growth in the use of mobile in Saskatchewan, I mean our province is slow to adapt to new technology, there’s still a phone book in most houses.  Everywhere you turn you see startling statistics on the use of apps on mobile phones.  Until businesses start seeing their bottom line increasing because of a new “app” it’s still a shinny new tool in the toolbox.

At this point apps don’t turn me on, Google does.