Tim Martell On Money For Lunch

Money for Lunch
Posted on by Timothy Martell
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I know the readers of these blogs have a burning question: what does Tim Martell, automotive marketing guru, sound like? Do I speak with the singsong tenor of a friendly bird on a crisp fall morning? Do I have a sultry caramel baritone that will coat your ears like sweet, bright candy apples? Well, wonder no more. The answer is a simple click away.

I was recently featured on an online radio show, aptly titled Money For Lunch. Money For Lunch is a free online talk radio program that “feeds your brain and your business”. They focus on providing business and lifestyle programming that is both entertaining and informative. You can hear them nationwide, five days a week, at blogtalkradio.com/moneyforlunch.

I had the good fortune to be on an episode that is loaded with great guests. The opener is Lee Marzke, an IT consultant who specialized on server virtualization. Then it’s yours truly at the 9:30 mark. I’m followed by Emily Frost, who is a labor and employment lawyer out of Texas who has some interesting insights into employer/employee discrimination. She’s followed by Dr. Ted Eisenberg, a surgeon and scholar who holds the world record for most breast augmentations performed. Finally, there is Gita Bantwal, a resident specialist in Philly who specialized in selling homes to first-time buyers.

In my fairly brief interview, we go over the current state automotive digital marketing and cover the book Unfair Advantage, among other topics. It’s a great show and Bert Martinez does a great job hosting. Give it a listen and tell me what you think!

Like what you heard? Need any help with your social media or digital marketing? Contact Wikimotive for a free evaluation of your current strategies and practices, and advice on how you can improve.

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