Have you ever struggled to articulate what your brand stands for? Or wondered how to not just be, but also sound authentic online? In this episode Hasita and Kushal Menghrajani, Chief Creative Officer at The Experience Co, walk you through a quick exercise in how to do it right. They also discuss community, storytelling and content creation, with a fun aside into how Kush won the Bira account from amongst hundreds of contenders! Our Guests Kushal (Kush) Menghrajani is the Chief Creative Officer at The Experience Co and Director and Curator at The Beachhouse Project. Prior to this, he’s been a writer, brand film-maker, social media strategist and content specialist. In This Episode (02:08) What is storytelling (05:51) Community vs tribes and social media (12:58) Standout brands (17:41) Self-branding and overcoming imposter syndrome (21:06) A short exercise in describing your own brand (28:37) Establishing a perpetual content cycle (32:50) Micro-content and ‘chasing’ algorithms vs long form content (40:04) How Kush won the Bira marketing account (43:54) How the Ragini MMS movie script was pitched Hit that big follow/subscribe button on the top right so you know when the next episode comes out! We're on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasita/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/subhachandrasekaran/ And Instagram: @damngoodcommunity @official_motley_crew If you found this episode helpful, do say hi to Kush, he's on Instagram @mr.mengh. And if you've never traveled with The Experience Co. before, prepare to have your life changed at https://www.theexperience.co ©Motley Crew Marketing Services- Hasita Krishna This episode was produced in collaboration with CrazyTok Media. The voice of Topic-Al for this season is Naivanya. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-damn-good-podcast/message
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Welcome to The Damn Good Podcast! For season 4 (of which we don't know how many episodes we will do), we have dropped the 'Marketing' to better reflect the fact that Subha and I are both human and are therefore prone to change. We're talking culture, and being two unknowns in the world of creatorship. Hasita Krishna is a brand strategist and the founder of Motley Crew, a writer, a climate action advocate, and a SCUBA diver. Find her on Instagram @hasita.krishna Subha C is the founder of RainKraft, a career growth coach, and a podcast host. She's on LinkedIn @Subha Chandrasekaran. © 2024 The Damn Good Podcast. We know this is the era of deepfakes and remasters and whatnot. We also don't presume we are that famous. If you'd like to share our content for commercial gain (that's funny), please contact us first. Otherwise, feel free to share away. Any Instagram reel produced from this podcast will be considered to have been taken out of context, unless otherwise specified. By us.
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