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PasciVite Launches Podcasts Providing Inside Information on Human-Centric Digital Marketing

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Brands around the world have prominently used the digital space to engage their markets. As time went by, companies realized that there’s no better way to engage with their consumers than having inside information on what they want. For three years now, PasciVite has provided businesses with valuable information and paved the way for their clients to earn exponential success.

PasciVite is a “human-centric digital marketing agency that excels in building digital experiences” that connects brands with their ideal customers at the deepest level through extensive market research. The company has been pivotal to its clients’ successful marketing efforts, from SMEs to global Fortune 500 companies from various industries—education, retail, blockchain, artificial intelligence, health, travel, and hospitality.

Home to some of the industry’s most seasoned experts, PasciVite has continually created valuable digital experiences connecting humans and technology. They have developed a unique process that distills thousands of customer experiences into actionable data, tangible strategies, tactics, and recommendations. The company has delivered results across the board and proved there’s a right way to do digital marketing.

Going beyond formulating innovative strategies for their clients, PasciVite recently launched its podcast. Entitled Digital Marketing for Humans, the podcast is hosted by Maximillian Naza, its founder, and CEO. While having a sit-down discussion with entrepreneurs, Maximilian tackles valuable topics and provides a platform for founders to share their journey in the business world and their industry.

“When working on the format, we wanted our podcast to ultimately be a collection of case studies business and marketing leaders could refer to at any given time, ourselves included,” said Maximillian. “Providing a no-holds-barred marketing consultant was the best way we saw to achieve our goal,” he added. PasciVite’s podcast is not only creating a difference; it is also providing entrepreneurs across the country with information from other business owners that they can apply to their ventures. 

PasciVite has currently aired three episodes for Digital Marketing for Humans, but the podcast has already gained recognition from critics, business owners, and individual listeners through Apple Podcasts. Although there was no pre-marketing whatsoever, the show trended for two days as a Top 200 Podcasts in the Entrepreneur category following the first episode’s release. 

PasciVite continues to further its mission in bridging humans and technology through Digital Marketing for Humans as it gives entrepreneurs insights gathered straight from the consumers themselves. Such knowledge has enabled businesses to make better-informed decisions for their brands and increase their ROI in the long run. Additionally, the podcast saves its clients and prospects time and effort by teaching them how to gather information to understand their market better and find a competitive edge. 

When asked what separates PasciVite from its competition, Maximilian proudly shared their competitive edge. “We share all of our secret sauce. Our goal is to get our clients to a point where they do not need us anymore. We can get away with such a bold approach because we do not plan on remaining an agency forever. We will be pivoting to another vertical in the future,” shared the founder.

Learn more about PasciVite and Digital Marketing for Humans on their website.

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