Today’s tip from Human Writes will take your creativity to the next level and help you capture, document, discover, and set an idea trap.
Val Geisler, email guru and founder of “Fix My Churn,” shares why cleaning your email list should be a priority and how to make it happen.
Voice search, software’s ability to understand human language, matters because of the growth of quote-based queries, and it’s key for marketing success.
This made-up influencer might be fake, but the marketing results he pulled in aren’t. Find out how creative thinking can boost your visibility.
Wondering which microphone to buy for your next project? Wondering what you should take into consideration? I’ve got a shortcut for you.
Rustin Kretz, CEO of Scorpion, shares how the way you work with others is what determines the quality of your leadership.
Instead of running to wherever the next hot thing is, reflect on where you belong. Where do your passions and strengths intersect?
If you know someone who deserves thanks in your life, take a moment today to thank them. You never know how much a simple thank you might mean.
It’s time to stop guessing what your audience wants to see and learn from you and talk to the people who are actually backing you.
Cal Fussman says because of the modern age, the restrictions that once held us back no longer exist. The sky is the limit for what you can achieve!
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Personalization is powerful. Whether it’s emails, website copy, or conversation, find ways to personalize every interaction.
If you’re making podcasts, videos, or articles, you’re likely spending 90% of your time creating and only 10% marketing. It’s time to rethink that ratio.
Events are a great place for building relationships, networking, and making honest asks. How are you using events to generate leads for your business?
What is a great question? Cal Fussman has the answer. And as a podcaster who has done many interviews, his smart advice really resonated with me.
This advice from Pat Flynn will help you reflect on how you are shaping your business in order to be successful and prepared for whatever comes your way.
Don’t fall into the trap of being the best, instead, figure out how to become your target audience’s favorite.
Next time you face budget or timeline restrictions, find ways to get creative, be scrappy, and get things done, despite those roadblocks.
Pat Flynn says “Don’t let any handshake go unmet.” Take some time today to see how you can use this wisdom to improve your network and marketing strategy.
A favorite takeaway from Podcast Movement: whether you’re working on conversion copy or SEO, remember that on the other end of your work is another human.