ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Do you want to know how to get your business noticed by reporters and generate positive press? Today’s guest has made a career out of doing just that. In this episode, he teaches you exactly how to make a splash through innovative (some would say crazy), outside-the-box techniques.

Brent Underwood is a creative marketer who’s done publicity for musical artists, best-selling authors, and his own projects—including a ghost town he bought and plans to turn into a high-end resort.

Today, Brent tells us how his career began with a cold email and how that led to him working with some of the most talented writers and marketers in the country.

Brent also reveals how he gets into the heads of reporters and editors—and how you can do the same. He explains what a “handle” is, and why you need one to get your message to spread.

And you won’t want to miss the most important lessons Brent learned after opening his own hostel in Austin, Texas, and how a goat helped boost business. This show is jam-packed with information that will help you generate buzz and get yourself in front of more clients and customers.

Download it today, and subscribe to the BiggerPockets Business Podcast so you won’t miss an episode!

In This Episode We Cover:
  • Marketing career and Tucker Max story
  • Sending a blind email
  • The type of marketing that his company uses
  • The power of creating an origin story
  • The story of having a goat in the hostel
  • Cost benefit marketing
  • The power of word of mouth
  • The story behind the 300-acre ghost town
  • His thoughts on paid marketing
  • And SO much more!
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