Just yesterday, I listened to a podcast episode from 3 Clips. Here’s why you should check it out.
If you are a podcaster, Apple has some interesting marketing tools for you.
Today I want to draw your attention to an article from MarketingProfs.com, called Younger and Wordier: How Gen Z’s Search Behavior is Different.
I ran across this tweet from Bryan Harris who recommended a book that I haven’t read before called, Hello, My Name is Awesome: How to Create Brand Names That Stick.
No link or article or piece of wisdom for you today – just a favor to ask!
Today I want to share an article called, How to Find Key Influencers In Your Niche Using Social Media – an article put out by Orbit Media Studios.
I’m still reading Obviously Awesome by April Dunford, and it’s an excellent book on positioning your company or your product.
I need some crowd-sourcing help today!
Today I’m checking out a recent Tony Robbins podcast episode which features an interview with Conor McGregor, the MMA star.
I just want to direct your attention to the Orbit Media. They’re an awesome resource made up of really smart people.
In the book, Obviously Awesome by April Dunford takes you through several steps in order for you to figure out how to properly position your company, or product, and there’s one that stands out to me.
Rand Fishkin shines a light on Avast’s shutdown of Jumpshot. Learn more about his thoughts on the shutdown, large tech, and the risks of big data.
One misconception of niching down or focusing on a subsegment of your target audience is you’ll lose out on opportunities. The opposite is true when you niche properly.
I recently discovered entrepreneur and product designer Brian Casel in some of my research on interviewing. He has a post called What Do The Best Podcasts Get Right?
Currently reading Obviously Awesome by April Dunford and I saw her speak at ContentJam, as well.
Should you start a podcast? A lot of people think so.
We all have routine tasks and marketers are no exclusion. According to a recent SEMrush article, companies track from 5 to 7 competitors on an ongoing basis.
I recently had Trevor Bragdon from Applied Insights and 7 Figure Fundraising on my personal cast.
Currently reading Obviously Awesome by April Dunford and she is a genius.
As many of you know, I produce podcasts for a living so I’m very familiar with the space.