Introducing Matt Bailey (Episodes 35 and 36)

Photo of Matt Bailey - Guest on Episodes 35 and 36

“I did not come from a technical background. I love language. My mother said I was a born salesperson, but I think part of that is my father was a pastor and my mother was a teacher. So explaining, teaching, talking has always been a fundamental part of our family.”

Matt Bailey, host of the podcast “The Endless Coffee Cup,” is a wonderful combination of an analytical mind, language-adept, and lover of conversation, storytelling, and language. And Matt’s open and truly interested in learning about and with others. That’s why I enjoyed my conversations with him so much, and we had so much fun that I turned our conversation into two episodes: Episodes 35 and 36. Enjoy meeting Matt Bailey.

Matt Bailey’s Bio

Matt Bailey teaches people how to turn marketing data into action. He shows how to find the story in the data and effectively communicate that story through persuasion, influence, and presentation skills.

Matt has:
– Taught Google employees to use Google Analytics,
– Consulted with Experian on presenting data,
– Presented Search Marketing training to Procter & Gamble,
– Developed Online Marketing workshops for Microsoft & Orange Telecom.

They all agree; Matt successfully dismantles the complexity of online marketing into practical, understandable concepts.

Since 2002, Matt has taught hundreds of companies, conferences, and workshops. He is one of the highest-rated speakers for his ability to communicate complex information in a practical, humorous way. He is the author of Internet Marketing: An Hour a Day (2011), Wired to be Wowed (2015), and Teach New Dogs Old Tricks (2017).

With nearly 20 years in the online marketing industry, Matt boasts years of experience and impressive consulting roster including; IBM, Google, Microsoft, Hilton International, Gerber Life, Experian, Disney, ESPN, Travel Weekly, American Greetings, Toys R’‚Äč Us, and The Direct Marketing Association.

Matt has a passion for education and helping to develop online marketing professionals. His training curriculum is used at Rutgers University, Duke University, City of Glasgow College, and many others. He also produces training curriculum at Simplilearn, LinkedIn Learning and the Association of National Advertisers.

Resources

To learn more about Matt and find information about booking Matt to speak at your event: http://www.SiteLogic.com

To learn more about previous guests on It’s About Language or access other episodes of the podcast, visit It’s About Language or click on the Podcast tab above.

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