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Jeff Goins is proof writing still plays an important role in our media dominated world. Jeff is a bestselling author, podcaster, blogger, marketer, speaker, and a few other things. But as Jeff says, "really, I'm a creator."I during this discussion Jeff gives some reality checks in a social media world I think we need to hear. He brings us through how to STOP BEING BORING! So key, but how far should you go?Topics covered:-Don't overshare in unhelpful ways-Guest Posting - how he grew his blog then vs how he'd grow it now-Make a Bold Statement-Mastermind Shot out Brad Shreve: Sell different things to find the perfect offer- https://freshcomplaint.com- Podcast: https://goinswriter.com/hey/- https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffgoins/- https://email@example.comPodcasting doesn't need to be complicated. Get simple, actionable steps + community support starting at $25 a month: https://podcast-savants.mn.co/
In this Marketing Over Coffee: In this episode learn about The Future of Twitter, 360 Cameras, Bad Advice and more! Direct Link to File Brought to you by our sponsors:Terminus and LinkedIn Marketers split Elon Musk buying Twitter You can now remove Google results that contain personal info 7:45 Terminus – the marketing platform for […] The post Now With More Bad Advice Ranting! appeared first on Marketing Over Coffee Marketing Podcast.
Pinterest is still alive and well for bloggers! If you're wanting to drive page views to your blog then tune in. Our new Pinterest bestie, Nadalie Bardo, is teaching us everything we need to do on Pinterest. This is what she does full-time and we are so pumped to learn from her! Take Nadalie's Masterclass: Https://thrivetogether.blog/pinterestworkshop Head to thrivetogether.blog/podcast for the show notes! Shift—If you've made more than $5k in the last 12-months, apply today! Profitable Blogger Society—if you need help getting your foundation started, as well as knowing where to spend your time for the most growth! If you're looking for a blogging community, then join us over on Facebook, the Thrive Blogging Community!
This week's Misfit Entrepreneur is Yaro Starak. Yaro has an awesome entrepreneur story. From growing up sleeping in an old van parked in the backyard of his small home in Australia to working multiple jobs trying to make ends meet, putting himself through college – Yaro learned he wasn't an employee. His first breakthrough came in the form a website where he gained following and traction making money with banner ads. I won't spoil his story, as I want him to tell it, but he went on to create more online businesses, especially in the blogging space making millions, and created his financial independence. Today he invests in companies – making over 30+ investments to date, continues to build others and coach entrepreneurs. He's been featured everything from Forbes to Entrepreneur and Business Insider. His latest project is called Inbox Done, an email management company. I asked him to come on the show to share what he's learned on his journey and how you can use it in your life. www.Yaro.blog www.InboxDone.com Yaro shares his story and his experience during this time having business and property in Ukraine. His father was born in Ukraine and escaped after WWII and immigrated to Australia where Yaro was born. When Yaro turned 18, it was 1998 during the Dotcom boom. He started a card game business, a media site where it had commentary, e-commerce store, and he sold advertising. When he went to college, he started an essay editing business to offer editing/proofreading that became a full-time business. In 2005, he got into blogging and found a lot of success and still does it today. He was an early adopter. He sold off the essay company and card business and focused on blogging full time. He turned the blogging into creating courses, e-books, a membership site, etc. It was the first business that did over a million dollars. He traveled the world living in over 26 cities running the business. He did it up until 5 years ago. He then started his current company Inbox Done to help provide outsourced professional assistants. What are some of the principles you have applied to your different businesses that have allowed you to be consistently successful? Compounding a skill set. For example, with the card business, content helped build a community, this gave an audience that could be monetized. Content was used to drive sales in the essay company through SEO. Content is also a driver for Inbox Done. Using the written/spoken word to build an audience and build trust has been the common principle used to build the businesses. Best advice on how to write good content and sell with it? First is the delivery mechanism. It is all about technology and it is constantly changing. Email has been tried and true alongside a blog/website. What you put into the content will follow the same strategy. Look at what kind of content you will produce and how it relates to your goal of building the business. Storytelling is powerful which is intimate and grows trust. Step 1 is always telling a story. But, your story telling must turn into the strategic goal you have for the business. Each business will require different content and stories focused for it. What does your business do and what are the rejection points from people purchasing – use story to discuss these and show why people should buy. Email newsletters are most important. Email is the only true platform you have 100% control of, so building your list is critical. Can you layout the components of your business models that you have duplicated? It is different depending on the product or service. It starts with what you are excited about building what need you can meet in the marketplace. Next, you must understand the right business model to capitalize on the need that must be met. Then it is all about execution. If you choose one model to work with, which one is best? Yaro at different times in his life would answer this differently. Blogging was very simple, but it required consistency and constant creation of content – you're on a treadmill. It is harder to scale. A business that is more SAAS or marketplace oriented, it can scale easier. If he had to choose, it would be to build a company that can scale without him. Talk to us about blogging. How does someone create a million-dollar business blogging? It's changed a lot. Things are way more crowded and there are way more platforms. Niching down is important for blogging today. Story telling about real results will always work. How content and stories are important. Stay specialized and differentiate yourself in every way you can to help you stand out. Double down on everything that is different. The content will help you stand out in search engines. At the 28 min, Yaro gives an example. When you go narrow, you still have a large enough audience in today's world to have a really good audience. Thoughts on driving traffic? It continues to be very dynamic. Google ads and SEO can work well for niche. Podcasts are a great medium. A solid referral program for clients to refer. Branding to drive a sense of awareness in your niche – what is the message you need to state that stands out and makes you different? Build an email list! Get published – go in front of audiences that are interested in what you are doing. Whatever platforms those are – get in front of people on them. Things do not work straightaway or at all sometimes, so you must be ready to pivot and try others. Keep trying and testing mediums. How do you keep up with everything and stay successful across your businesses? Genuine interest and passion for what he does which drives intent. Intent drives focus. Researching and learning to stay on top and be a leader in his space. Most important is to make sure you structure your life and business for the free time you need and the time you need to keep on top of things. 80/20 Rule. Focus on the most important things and delegate or eliminate the rest. It's not so much about “working hard and the time you put in,” its about working hard on the right things that move the needle and it's ok if takes just a few hours a day. Focus on getting the results. Use technological automation. Build teams by hiring or outsourcing. Best Quote: It's not so much about “working hard and the time you put in.” It's about working hard on the right things that move the needle and it's ok if takes just a few hours a day. Focus on getting the results. Yaro's Misfit 3: There will be ups and downs, but neither will last forever. Rest is the foundation for performance. Focus on where your creativity can add value for others. 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Pinterest released a Creator Rewards program in October 2021, and then a Creator Fund in 2022. It's created some confusion and curiosity for all of us The post #283 – Pinterest Creator Rewards Program Explained appeared first on Simple Pin Media®.
Host Kate Carpenter interviews historian Ben Railton about his long-standing online writing, the relationship between blogging and his books, and the surprising impact that Glenn Beck has had on his career.
Feel like you're *not a good writer*? This episode is for you. This is perhaps one of the biggest questions I'm asked: where the heck should I begin when it comes to copy, if I'm not a good writer, Anita? In this episode, I share with you where you should start. To celebrate the launch of WYW 2.0, happening 24th of May, if you subscribe, love the episode, and leave us a review? Hit screenshot and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org for your chance to win 1 of 3 $150 USD vouchers with us to apply to WYW 2.0. (Winners will be drawn at random on 15th of May) Want 7 copy hacks to boost your conversions? Yeah you do. Get it here: www.wordfettigroup.com/copyhacks For more BTS, follow me on @anitasiek and the team at @wordfetti
Parenthood is all about making choices. Deciding on formula or breastfeeding, which brand of diapers are best for my baby or what foods should they be eating. These choices can leave us all wondering if we're doing the right thing for our kids. Tune in this week on Me Before Mom as Bert talks about a struggle all moms deal with on different levels, "Mom Guilt".Matriarch Digital Media (matriarchdm.com) produces this and other podcasts that understand, encourage and uplift women.
Interested in full-time blogging? Well, you're in luck, as we'll be focusing on how to become a full-time blogger and earn a living doing what you love! By the end of this episode, you'll understand: What strategies to focus on if you want to blog full-time How to decide when it's time to quit your job How to monetize a travel blog (even as a small creator) Tips for staying organized as a blogger And more! VISIT ANNA: Stuck on the Go: https://www.stuckonthego.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stuckonthego/ FREE BONUS: Snag FREE access to my Travel Blog Resource Library (45+ resources!): https://jessieonajourney.com/free-blogging-printables/ The printables, video tutorials, and mini-courses inside will help you grow your traffic, community, and income! TOOLS MENTIONED: https://bit.ly/tools-for-blogging Visit the link above for a list of my favorite blogging tools, resources & discounts (including those mentioned in the episode). LET'S CONNECT ON SOCIAL: https://www.facebook.com/jessieonajourney/ https://www.instagram.com/jessieonajourney/ https://twitter.com/JessonaJourney https://www.pinterest.com/jessonajourney/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChZCFed7WHl_7yEZYo_uyLA/videos https://www.tiktok.com/@jessieonajourney
Have you ever thought about using blogging to increase your traffic, audience and leads? It might be an old-school strategy… but one that still totally works.In this episode of The Course Creator Show, I'm sitting down with long-time blogger Kate Kordsmeier. Coming from a journalism background, Kate started online with her own food and travel blog that she grew to a 6-figure business and eventually sold. With a focus on writing helpful articles and learning the in's and out's of SEO, Kate was able to grow a huge following and has helped other bloggers and entrepreneurs now do the same.If you want to learn how you can use a blogging approach to build a long-lasting, sustainable strategy to get new leads every day into your business… tune in to this episode!---Need more help with your online course pricing? Snag my Online Course Pricing Guide here: https://thesweetestdigs.lpages.co/pricing-guide/Ready to launch your first online course? I've got a free class with your name on it. Sign up to learn how to identify your profitable course idea, get it launched, and find out how I went from $0 → $500k/year in courses: https://learn.gemmabonhamcarter.com/class/---Don't forget to subscribe and review the podcast if you like what you hear: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-course-creator-show/id1470482672I love sending out emails to my peeps with helpful tips, inspiration, and free stuff I create and use in my own business. If you're already on my list, you'll see that I'll also be sure to alert you to the new episodes as they come out. If you aren't already on my email list, well babe… what are you waiting for? I can't wait to be BFFs with you and learn more about your business and goals and life.So make sure to get your cute butt over there. You can head to: https://gemmabonhamcarter.com/bestiesMake sure you go ahead and forward it to your biz BFF. Leave a review on iTunes. Share it on your instagram and tag me. I would give you some major online love for that.Support the show
It’s that time again! Time for the announcement of a new WoW Expansion. We talk all about our thoughts on the new Dragonflight x-pac. Twisted Links New expansion announcement! Beta Opt-In Here: LINK Highlights: New playable class Dracthyr EvokerDragonridingTalent Tree RevampUI OverhaulProfession System RevampThe Dragon IslesNew Storylines World of Warcraft Warcraft Expansion Reveal [...] The post Episode 332 – All of the Dragons first appeared on Twisted Nether Blogcast.
If you wrote a blog post today, how much money would it earn you? Would it be worth it?If you spent $100 outsourcing an article, would you get your money back? How long until you made a profit on it?In today's episode, we are going to be discussing exactly this – how you can calculate how much money new blog posts are likely to make you so you know if it's worth your time and/or money.This is super valuable to know if you are making decisions on outsourcing and whether it's worth paying for content but also to know if it's worth your own time.I'm also sharing the latest figures from my Malaysia site case study. Malaysia has finally opened its borders to the world and these are my figures from this first month. It's so good and I'm so excited what is to come!Read the show notes here: https://www.digitalnomadwannabe.com/episode35
I've talked and written about what I call "Start With The Last Thing First". E.g., when it comes to creating your offer, start with the last thing first - your sales page. And within that, start with the last thing first - the pricing table. Start with the end goal and work your way backward. Listen to the show for the rest at https://SubscribeMe.fm Or search for "SubscribeMe.fm" in your favorite podcast app. Episode brought to you by https://S3MediaVault.com - Audio & Video Player for Amazon S3 & File Protector for Amazon S3 and CloudFront Also, you can now download my premium Kindle book for free (as a PDF) for the next couple of days: https://OneDayOneTime.com
Over the last few years there's been increasing public interest in “gut health” – research tells us that a healthy gut microbiome can not only help us lose or maintain weight, but also influences so much more, including our mood, our immune response, and a myriad of health conditions. On this episode of the Business […]
Blogging has democratized the internet. Anyone can launch a blog, write words, and publish them in a highly accessible manner. You don't need to be a foodie, interior designer, Pinterest Queen, wedding planner, or stay-at-home mom to start a blog. Starting a blog is one of the fastest ways to acquire digital marketing skills that are transferable in your career. Blogging has helped many of today's leading entrepreneurs first learn how to design for WordPress, write compelling copy, understand SEO principles, embrace analytics, and hire and manage freelancers. Choosing a blog platform can become a stressful process. There are a few that are affordable and user-friendly. Wix is primarily used as a website builder, but can also be utilized to start a blog. A medium is a great tool for building a blog – albeit hosted on a third-party platform. Choosing a blog host is a big step in the process of starting a blog. There are dozens of hosts to choose from, but we've highlighted three top options. Choose the right one and you'll enjoy a smooth blog with a good user experience and peace of mind. With a blog platform, host, and domain name, you're ready to begin designing your blog. The key to successful blog design is to keep things simple. You need rich, high-quality content that propels your blog to the top of your industry or niche. If you're starting a blog, here are some tips to generate traffic and establish prominence. The first step is to write high-quality content that pleases the search engines. Your first year is probably going to be slow on the traffic front. More info about how to start a blog – an SEO guide for starting & growing a blog: https://seo.co/how-to-start-a-blog/ Connect with us: SEO // PPC // DEV // WEBSITE DESIGN
Knowing a Thing or Two Dozen About Raising Hens and Collecting Eggs In This Podcast: Eggs are an important and readily available food source, and they are so very versatile. Rediscover the humble egg with returning guest, Lisa Steele as she talks about her newest book, The Fresh Eggs Daily Cookbook. She also tells us a bit about the process of writing the book, as well as what she feels has contributed to her success as a blogger, and her expansion into television. Even if you don't have chickens, you will love the tips Lisa shares in this episode! Don't miss an episode! visit UrbanFarm.Org/blog/podcast Lisa Steele is a fifth-generation chicken keeper and founder of the popular blog, Fresh Eggs Daily. Referred to as Queen of the Coop, Lisa traded in her life on Wall Street for life on a farm in rural Maine, where she has kept chickens for more than a dozen years. Having written a number of books on raising and caring for chickens, Lisa is a trusted source for all things chicken and egg. Her latest book is “The Fresh Eggs Daily Cookbook: Over 100 Fabulous Recipes to Use Eggs in Unexpected Ways” published by Harper Horizon and just released in February 2022. Visit www.UrbanFarm.org/Podcast-by-episode-titles for the show notes on this episode, and access to our full podcast library! Lisa Steele on Cooking with Eggs.
Clara Ávila @ClaraAvilaC presenta Estrategia y marketing de contenidos: Este libro habla de «contenido». Pero no solo de las palabras que usamos, sino de cómo estas palabras nos guían desde que diseñamos un producto digital hasta que lo lanzamos al mercado.https://www.claraavilac.com/libro/Aquí tenéis el programa de la Feria del Libro Madresférico 2022https://www.madresfera.com/feria-del-libro-madresferico-2022-programa/Además, en esta edición tendremos como tienda de referencia para que compréis cada libro a Talaria https://www.talarialibros.com/ una librería online donde podéis encontrar todos los títulos y encima es solidaria. Para pedirlos simplemente lo hacéis desde su formulario y os los mandan a casa. A vosotros nos os cuesta más y ellos destinan un % a las ONGs que elijáis de las que trabajan con ellos.Toda la info en https://www.madresfera.com/
In this Marketing Over Coffee: Katrina will change the way you think about how you measure the effectiveness of marketing campaigns Direct Link to File Brought to you by our sponsors: Terminus and LinkedIn Shout out to Greg at CloudKettle The Importance of the 360 Degree View of the Customer Data Platform (CDP) The Data […] The post Talking Measurement with Katrina Wong appeared first on Marketing Over Coffee Marketing Podcast.
Want to know what makes a brand stand out? Y'all gonna wanna listen to this episode. I took the time to really think about what the brands that create a DENT in their respective industries seem to have in common, and I identified 5 core characteristics that I throw down in today's episode. To celebrate the launch of WYW 2.0, happening 24th of May, if you subscribe, love the episode, and leave us a review? Hit screenshot and email it to email@example.com for your chance to win 1 of 3 $150 USD vouchers with us to apply to WYW 2.0. (Winners will be drawn at random on 15th of May) Want 7 copy hacks to boost your conversions? Yeah, you do. Get it here: www.wordfettigroup.com/copyhacks For more BTS, follow me on @anitasiek and the team at @wordfetti
Social media is an ever-evolving machine! With new trends happening daily, How do we continue to show up and remain authentic without burning out? Today we're talking all about social media and remaining authentic while also creating healthy boundaries with Lacey Douthat of The Glitter Gospel. Head to thrivetogether.blog/podcast for the show notes! Shift—If you've made more than $5k in the last 12-months, apply today! Profitable Blogger Society—if you need help getting your foundation started, as well as knowing where to spend your time for the most growth! If you're looking for a blogging community, then join us over on Facebook, the Thrive Blogging Community!
A lot of entrepreneurs think that to grow their leads means they have to grow their Social Media reach as well. Absolutely not the case! Social media in marketing is an option. Yes, you heard it right. Our esteemed guest in this episode is a fellow & kindred spirit, the epitome of Marketing WITHOUT social media. She is the owner of a business that has made over $12 million so far, a successful entrepreneur/blogger and course creator and swear bear, the one and only Leonie Dawson. Listen as Leonie shares her wisdom and techniques in running a successful multi million dollar online business without using social media. In this episode you will learn: How running a business that's made $12 million (so far) has always had better leads without social media than with it, and where those leads come from Finding partners and collaborators without social media How to run a business and market it in just 10 hrs a week
Out-of-Market Luxury Purchases On the Rise:The general shift in mindset that's taken place the last two years will have a lasting impact on the world of luxury real estate. With remote work now more commonplace, buyers are no longer confined to either their existing or nearby markets. Consequently, out-of-market purchases are now growing in popularity as well, especially as home buyers seek out second and third homes that will provide them with the flexibility to comfortably work from home.As a luxury real estate professional, it's important to position yourself in such a way that your referral pipeline stretches outside of your local markets. It's critical to not only network with other out-of-market real estate professionals to expand your sphere of influence, but to have meaningful conversations with your existing clients to determine whether or not their own sphere of influence can further intersect with yours.Awareness-Stage Content and Decision-Stage Content in Luxury Marketing Campaigns:The easiest way to differentiate between these two specific content approaches is to position one before the other. Awareness-stage content refers to the majority of content that your potential clients, and even other agents, are going to be exposed to that helps brand you as a luxury real estate professional. Think of awareness content as educational content — content that seeks to inform individuals of whatever it is you're promoting. Whether it's a specific property you're highlighting or a specific market, awareness content provides your audience with valuable information they can use to help make a more informed decision.So, now that your audience has been informed and is ready to make a decision, what should you do next? This is where decision-stage content enters the conversation. With this type of content, you're helping guide the individual towards using your services as a real estate professional. For instance, you might provide them with client testimonials to help serve as third-party proof of what it's like to work with you. Think of decision-stage content as your call-to-action content. Whereas awareness-stage content will help them make a decision, decision-stage content will help them select to partner with you as part of that decision.Topics and Questions You'll Uncover During this Episode:What does the modern-day luxury mindset look like?Why it's important to constantly work towards expanding your referral networkThe difference between awareness-stage marketing and decision-stage marketingHow is seeking out a luxury lifestyle impacting today's real estate purchases?The importance of nurturing leads to create a more valuable sphere of influenceResources Mentioned within Episode:Official Website - Tobe AgencyConnect with Andrew Hong on LinkedInThe Institute for Luxury Home Marketing
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Nelson Lee, Head of Partnerships at Synergies joins host Jake Smith to discuss the importance of data science and AI in the manufacturing industry. Nelson talks about how Synergies works to close the gap for manufacturing organizations using outdated data and limited data science expertise in […]
Pinterest ads can be hard to master on your own. They're even harder when you're making mistakes over and over. The great news is we're here The post #282 – 3 Mistakes You’re Making With Pinterest Ads appeared first on Simple Pin Media®.
Welcome to the 1st episode of our Visibility Series. An entire month dedicated to helping you UPLEVEL your visibility (and as a result? SALES) WOOP. If you're someone who has a lot of 50% completed things in your backlog because you've lost excitement for it and you feel it's either "not perfect yet!" then this episode is FOR YOU my friend. In this conversation, I share with you 3 reasons why "making sure it's perfect" is actually costing you money and simple mindset shifts to help you overcome the perfectionistic gremlin. To celebrate the launch of WYW 2.0, happening 24th of May, if you subscribe, love the episode, and leave us a review? Hit screenshot and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org for your chance to win 1 of 3 $150 USD vouchers with us to apply to WYW 2.0. (Winners will be drawn at random on 15th of May) Want 7 copy hacks to boost your conversions? Yeah you do. Get it here: www.wordfettigroup.com/copyhacks For more BTS, follow me on @anitasiek and the team at @wordfetti
Hello! Bakji here! Time to tell you about my new(ish) blog! I've not really got the time to do the podcast these days but I can find the time to write about kink. So ProudToBeKinky will live on... but as my person blog. Come and have a little read!
In this episode, we are repurposing everything in the lab including this episode. We've used the word ‘repurpose' SO many times, it has become one of our core values that we share with experiment nation and our clients at investedtalent.com and today we have the pleasure of having Hani Mourra who shares these same core values with us that he went as far as creating a well known product to help content creators and thought leaders repurpose their content via repurpose.io. Hani Mourra is a software engineer turned entrepreneur. And in the process of geeking out as a content creator, Hani found a niche that combined his engineering experience and his tenured love for technical automation. He started his journey with a simple WordPress plugin. Soon his friends kept asking for his expertise to make their podcast publishing easier. His vision began to form and his interest in technology sparked an idea. This was the moment repurpose.oi was born. Repurpose.io is a tool that allows content creators to easily automate and build their assets to improve their workflow. He believes that content creation should be easy, playful and fun. Hani had the goal to ‘make it fresh', make it work and remove all the hassle in between. From plugins to content repurposing, Hani has always thrived in building software that solves digital solutions. Many marketers know that content has a shelf life. We have to continue finding new ways to keep that content relevant in the overwhelming waves of digital marketing. It's all about finding the right tool. If you are planning to create your social media content efficiently AND effortlessly, the lab is exactly the right place for you. Watch the episode and learn all about the tool that can change your social media content game. Let's build! HIGHLIGHTS OF THE EPISODE: 16:02 - The Start of the repurpose.oi 24:20 - The Social Media that gets the most traction 34:19 - How to use repurpose.io efficiently 37:38 - How to build your own software KEEPING IT REAL: 03:41 - Hani's Story 05:53 - Blogging while working 07:39 - User experience feedback 11:02 - Choosing the right decisions 12:57 - Strategy of your idea 14:00 - What makes content creation difficult 15:15 - Features of the product 19:44 - Target for your product 23:32 - Plans for the future 28:26 - Tiktok Integration 32:17 - Most traction of your product 41:00 - Baseline costs of making your own software product 43:35 - Building a brand to connect with people 45:23 - Problems encountered 46:42 - Coming up with the brand name 48:34 - Knowing what you want to do in life 49:37 - How many users are on the platform 50:13 - Users' testimonials CONNECTING WITH THE GUEST Website: https://repurpose.io/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hanimourra/?originalSubdomain=ca Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hanimourra #Contentrepurposing #Repurposeio #Therealestateexperiment
Welcome to another episode of The Systems and Workflow Magic Podcast! You are all in for a treat because I have my magical VA, Kristina Dowler, on the podcast today. She is truly a wizard and the mastermind behind my blogs. She has so much knowledge to share, especially if you want to set up a system and workflow for yourself in blogging. I am so excited to dive in with her on all the ways you can be strategic with your blog to support and grow your business. The Systems and Workflow Magic Podcast is brought to you by Dolly DeLong Education. This is a podcast for creative business owners who want to learn tangible steps to automate their business through workflows, systems, tools, and strategy in order to go from scattered to streamlined with purpose. Because even muggles can become automated wizards.30 Days in 4 DaysCreating strategic content that serves your audience and grows your business is time consuming. I've created a free content creation guide and checklist. In this guide to content batching, I'm sharing how I create 30 days of content in just 3 days, plus my Trello board and batching checklist!Grab the Guide >>Mentioned in Today's EpisodeFreebie, 10 Tips to Kickstart Your BlogBlogging ToolkitBlogging Schedule TemplateConnect with Kristina ⬇️Kristina's Website Kristina's Blog ShopConnect with Dolly ⬇️instagram.com/dollydelongeducationfacebook.com/DollyDeLongEducationpinterest.com/dollydelong See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, Ryan talks with Bob Lotich, author of the new book Simple Money, Rich Life. Bob went from $7 in his bank account with a dead-end job and overwhelmed by debt to reaching a personal goal of giving $1 million by age 40, and achieving a level of financial freedom he never dreamed possible. Links: * The 3-day money challenge: 3daymoneychallenge.com * Simple Money, Rich Life (with bonuses) seedtime.com/smrl * The Real Money Method budgeting course: seedtime.com/realmoney * Blogging article I mentioned: seedtime.com/blogging
In this Marketing Over Coffee: In this episode learn about Clean Rooms, MUM, Organizational Amnesia and more! Direct Link to File Brought to you by our sponsors:Terminus and LinkedIn Roku Clean Room Mobile App Data Tracking on iOS up to 25% 6:17 Terminus – the marketing platform for efficient revenue growth. Terminus is changing the […] The post Now with More Bane appeared first on Marketing Over Coffee Marketing Podcast.
Brand strategy, eh? Sounds like one of those weighted marketing buzzwords that means everything and nothing all at once, and gets thrown around as aimlessly as chicken salt on hot chippies. Well, strap yourself in. Because in this episode, I am going to sharp shoot what a brand strategy is, and why it is just as important to your business as your five-year goals for 2020 or an office doggo. Follow Anita on www.instagram.com/anitasiek and the team at www.instagram.com/wordfetti
Growing a brand is really hard work. You wear all the hats, make all the decisions, and hope for the best. It's a lot of work and can be mentally exhausting. Today we're joined by Liz Rishel of Within the Grove to talk about steps she's taken over the years to grow the successful brand she has now, and why she decided to invest in a blogging coach to help take her to the next level. Head to thrivetogether.blog/podcast for the show notes! Shift—If you've made more than $5k in the last 12-months, apply today! Profitable Blogger Society—if you need help getting your foundation started, as well as knowing where to spend your time for the most growth! If you're looking for a blogging community, then join us over on Facebook, the Thrive Blogging Community!
Today I talk to Pradyu Prasad (blogger and podcaster) about the book "Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan" by Herbert P. Bix. We also discuss militarization, industrial capacity, current events, and blogging. Get the Book: https://www.amazon.com/Hirohito-Making-Modern-Japan-Herbert/dp/0060931302Watch on Youtube:Follow Pradyu's Blog: https://brettongoods.substack.com/ Follow Pradyu on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PradyuPrasad Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/dwarkesh_sp Timestamps:(0:00:00) - Intro (0:01:59) - Hirohito and Introduction to the Book (0:05:39) - Meiji Restoration and Japan's Rapid Industrialization (0:11:11) - Industrialization and Traditional Military Norms (0:14:50) - Alternate Causes for Japanese Atrocities Richard Hanania's Public Choice Theory in Imperial Japan (0:17:03)(0:21:34) - Hirohito's Relationship with the Military (0:24:33) - Rant of Japanese Strategy (0:33:10) - Modern Parallel to Russia/Ukraine (0:38:22) - Economics of War and Western War Capacity (0:48:14) - Elements of Effective Occupation (0:55:53) - Ideological Fervor in WW2 Japan (0:59:25) - Cynicism on Elites(1:00:29) - The Legend of Godlike Hirohito (1:06:47) - Postwar Japanese Economy(1:13:23) - Blogging and Podcasting (1:20:31) - Spooky (1:38:00) - Outro This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.dwarkeshpatel.com
Today I talk to Pradyu Prasad (blogger and podcaster) about the book "Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan" by Herbert P. Bix. We also discuss militarization, industrial capacity, current events, and blogging. Get the Book: https://www.amazon.com/Hirohito-Making-Modern-Japan-Herbert/dp/0060931302 Watch on Youtube: https://youtu.be/xNSUxtBttIg Follow Pradyu's Blog: https://brettongoods.substack.com/ Follow Pradyu on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PradyuPrasad Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/dwarkesh_sp Timestamps: (0:00:00) - Intro (0:01:59) - Hirohito and Introduction to the Book (0:05:39) - Meiji Restoration and Japan's Rapid Industrialization (0:11:11) - Industrialization and Traditional Military Norms (0:14:50) - Alternate Causes for Japanese Atrocities Richard Hanania's Public Choice Theory in Imperial Japan (0:17:03) (0:21:34) - Hirohito's Relationship with the Military (0:24:33) - Rant of Japanese Strategy (0:33:10) - Modern Parallel to Russia/Ukraine (0:38:22) - Economics of War and Western War Capacity (0:48:14) - Elements of Effective Occupation (0:55:53) - Ideological Fervor in WW2 Japan (0:59:25) - Cynicism on Elites (1:00:29) - The Legend of Godlike Hirohito (1:06:47) - Postwar Japanese Economy (1:13:23) - Blogging and Podcasting (1:20:48) - Spooky (1:38:15) - Outro
Blogging: it's still one of the best ways to start a business! All you really need to get started is your own experience, decent writing ability, and the time to put your insights down on (digital) paper. But of course, there are a few other costs. It's Q&A Wednesday, and we've got a well-traveled listener […] The post MBA2035 Q&A Wednesday: How much money do I need to start an affiliate travel blog? appeared first on The $100 MBA.
I'm joined by the one-and-only Jess Kirby today, who's one of my absolute favorite bloggers to follow. We discuss how she got her start in the industry, her decision to walk away from Instagram in a few months, the boundaries she's drawn about sharing her daughter online, and staying politically minded as an influencer without feeling overwhelmed by the news. You can read her blog below:https://www.jessannkirby.com
Have you ever wondered what steps you need to take before diving into Pinterest ads? Not just the technical details, but the planning, the mindset, the The post #281 – How to Prep for Pinterest Ads appeared first on Simple Pin Media®.
Monica Lent is a founder running 3 profitable indie businesses after leaving her full time job 2 years ago. She runs Affilimate, a SaaS product which allows you to manage and track affiliate commissions, the Blogging for Devs newsletter and paid community for developers looking to grow an audience and finally, Not a Nomad, a travel blog that accounted for almost 50% of Monica's revenue last year, as she grew her portfolio of projects from $30k to over $100k.What we covered in this episode: How Monica splits time between her projects Is it detrimental having split attention? Delegating and outsourcing as an indie hacker How content and SEO ties her projects together Benefits of a VA Starting a blog that makes thousands Having a travel blog during covid Starting a community for developers How to start your own successful blog The downsides of sharing revenue numbers Is Monica having fun? Recommendations Book: Founding Sales Podcast: Tropical MBA Indie Hacker: Josh Ho Follow Monica Twitter 2021 Retro on personal site SEO Course Follow Me
The best advice I can give to a budding business owner? It DOESN'T have to cost you the world. Like for me, with my brand Wordfetti? I started with a $250 DIYd website and did no FB ads for the first year. You know what I did instead? I focused on what matters - my clients, and the kind of service I could offer them. So that's why, in this episode, we're going to do a little myth-busting around what it REALLY takes to start a business, and why you might be closer than you think. Psst. Want to get 7 copy hacks to boost your conversions? Get your paws on our latest freebie: www.wordfettigroup.com/copyhacks
Hillary Berenato, the founder of Gardenia Avenue Blog, is a fashion, beauty, and lifestyle blogger based on Philadelphia's Main Line. Her blog covers a bit of everything...fashion finds, beauty tips, DIY projects, and delicious, easy recipes the entire family will love.In this episode, Hillary and I chat about what led her to start blogging and a few things she learned along the way. A firm believer in female empowerment, Hillary is a proud supporter of women-owned small businesses and encourages everyone to chase their dreams. Follow along at @gardeniaavenueblog on Instagram and subscribe to the blog at www.gardeniaavenueblog.com.As always, let us know what you thought of this episode! Don't forget to follow, rate, and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. We'd also love for you to drop us a comment on Instagram @_suburban_warrior and join our Suburban Warrior FB Group to be a part of our Warrior Community! https://www.facebook.com/groups/suburbanwarriorlife/Also, check out the Suburban Warrior Apparel Co. to get your SW Merch! Visit http://www.suburbanwarriorlife.com/ Warrior Up and Believe in You!Crissywww.crissypyfer.com
Want to reach your blogging goals faster? Well, you're in luck, as in this episode of The Profitable Travel Blogger Podcast, we'll be going over how to grow your blog quicker and easier using something I like to call Outreach Days; as in, set days where you are strategically reaching out to brands and other bloggers to see the results you want. By the end of this episode, you'll understand: What Outreach Days are and how they can help you achieve your blogging goals Blogging goals examples from my own workflow How to set realistic blog goals and see results even faster What to say when reaching out to potential blogger and brand partners (templates included!) How to keep your outreach organized And more! FREE BONUS: Snag FREE access to my Travel Blog Resource Library (45+ resources!): https://jessieonajourney.com/free-blogging-printables/ The printables, video tutorials, and mini-courses inside will help you grow your traffic, community, and income! LET'S CONNECT ON SOCIAL: https://www.facebook.com/jessieonajourney/ https://www.instagram.com/jessieonajourney/ https://twitter.com/JessonaJourney https://www.pinterest.com/jessonajourney/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChZCFed7WHl_7yEZYo_uyLA/videos https://www.tiktok.com/@jessieonajourney
Tiffany Dover isn't the only person who knows what it's like to have strangers on the internet take her story, twist the facts, and turn it into a weapon. Last September Amanda Makulec's youngest son, Zander, died unexpectedly, just shy of three months old. Someone took the tweet where Amanda told her friends and family what had happened and pasted it next to another tweet of hers from two months earlier -- where she had written about her relief at being vaccinated while pregnant. The juxtaposition turned her into an anti-vaxx meme, and her story ended up on TheCovidBlog, a website dedicated to spreading conspiracy theories and misinformation. Brandy visits Amanda and then goes to meet the site's owner, and only author: a 47-year-old Iowa man named Brian Wilkins, who's written that Tiffany Dover is “one of the early cases that inspired the creation of this blog.” Brian's mission is to lead as many people away from vaccination as possible, relentlessly casting doubt on accepted science. But now, Brandy learns, a committed group of doctors is starting to fight back.
In this episode, Mitch Belkin and Daniel Belkin speak with Ben White about his background and reasons for selecting radiology. They discuss ways to improve radiology residency training and medical school education. They briefly touch on physician shortages, Dr. White's blogging at BenWhite.com, and his nano-fiction project (Nanoism).Who is Ben White?Dr. Ben White is a practicing neuroradiologist and an Associate Program Director at Baylor University Medical Center. Dr. White obtained his Medical Degree from University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio before completing a radiology residency and neuroradiology fellowship at UT Southwestern Medical Center. He's a prominent blogger at BenWhite.com, the editor of a nano-fiction website, and the author of three books, including a free book on student loans. References:Personal Blog: http://benwhite.com/Twitter: @benwhitemdNano Fiction Project: https://nanoism.net/Free Book on Student Loans______________________Follow us @ExMedPod, and sign up for our newsletter at www.externalmedicinepodcast.com/subscribeDaniel Belkin and Mitch Belkin are brothers and 4th year medical students. The External Medicine Podcast is a podcast exploring nontraditional medical ideas and innovation.
In this Marketing Over Coffee: In this episode learn about AI Content, Programmatic SEO, Discord and more! Direct Link to File Brought to you by our sponsors: Terminus and Wix Google says nope to AI content Leveraging Programmatic SEO What influencers get paid 7:37 Terminus – the marketing platform for efficient revenue growth. Terminus is […] The post Now with More Wilhelm Scream! appeared first on Marketing Over Coffee Marketing Podcast.
Jen Hayes talks about why blogging is the best side hustle Episode 568: Why Blogging is the Best Side Hustle by Jen Hayes on Making Money as a Blogger A few years ago, Jen and her husband were buried in $117,000 of student loan debt. Now, they've paid off over $100k of debt, and they're on track to have the rest paid off by the end of this year. Join their email list to get exclusive tips on how to save money, earn more, and live like no one else. The original post is located here: https://www.jenhayes.me//why-blogging-best-side-hustle/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalStartUpDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Are you ready to scale your business by hiring a team? Hiring can be a sticky point for business owners. What if… You hire the wrong The post #280 – How to Scale a Business by Hiring Well appeared first on Simple Pin Media®.