John frequently consults with small and mid-sized businesses, helping them create marketing plans and organized marketing systems that smooth the way for steady growth.
He is a veteran speaker and workshop leader with over 500 successful events under his belt.
His blog was chosen as a Forbes favorite for marketing and small business and his podcast, The Duct Tape Marketing Podcast — a top-ten marketing show on iTunes — was called a “must listen” by Fast Company magazine.
Huffington Post calls John one of the top 100 “Must Follow” on Twitter, and Forbes named Duct Tape Marketing (www.ducttapemarketing.com) one of the 100 Best Websites for Entrepreneurs.
He is the featured marketing contributor to American Express OPENForum and is a popular workshop and webinar presenter for organizations such as American Express, Intuit, Verizon, HP, and Citrix.
John’s practical take on small business is often cited as a resource in publications such as the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and CNNMoney.
As Seth Godin puts it, “John Jantsch is the Peter Drucker of small business marketing tactics.”
I have been involved in podcasting from the beginning, and on both sides of the mic. In fact, I believe podcasting has been instrumental in building the Duct Tape Marketing brand to what it is today. Getting interviewed on podcasts is a huge opportunity for you, and perhaps the best way to bootstrap your way to your own influence and authority. The Duct Tape Marketing Podcast gets pitches every day, directly from individuals and podcast booking agencies, as well as from virtual assistants working on behalf of third parties. Most of them are doing it wrong. We created Podcast Bookers to help you do it right.