Being a podcast guest can help you generate leads but you need systems in place to make it an effective marketing tactic. We talk about what those are, then dive into masterminds, how they can help you, how to set one up and what you can expect.
Instead of aiming to be the best, how about simply seeking “better”? We talk to Terry Lancaster about how to build good habits for business, fitness and life by taking small, simple actions every day.
Today we’re talking about health because if your physical or mental health suffers, so will your business. We talk eating healthy, exercise, taking a “brain break” and taking care of yourself so you can enjoy the fruits of your labors.
Someone once told me to keep a story in my back pocket so when I ran into someone or attended a networking meeting, I could answer the question, “What’s new?” with more than, “Nothing.” Today we explore why that matters.
Ryan Hanley is no stranger to the Web.Search.Social Podcast and for good reason: whenever he’s on we walk away inspired and ready to take action.
As the host of the Content Warfare podcast and author of our new favorite business book by the same name, Ryan makes every conversation a fluff-free zone. He is also notorious for his love of tangents which may be why we started out thinking we were going to talk about content marketing but ended up talking about balancing entrepreneurship and family.
Success for Ryan is simple math. It’s 90% showing up, 9% doing the work and 1% talent. It’s worth repeating: you have to want to succeed.
If you’ve ever struggled to get things done, spend time with your family and still have time to sleep, this is the perfect episode.
Fair warning folks, this is our first official and very NOT Safe For Work episode. First there’s the subject matter: sex and the marketing of it. Then there are the F-words sprinkled liberally throughout so if you feel weird and uncomfortable about this stuff, you may want to skip ahead to episode 100.
But I hope you don’t because as weird and uncomfortable as the whole thing sounds there are some really great takeaways about entrepreneurship, creativity, doing what you love and being fearless about it. Plus it was just loads of fun.
Do you sometimes sit and stare at the blank page of a Word document and wonder what on earth to put on it that might resemble your next blog post? Or look at your Instagram or Pinterest account and wish you could think of something to post that isn’t your cat or the last thing you ate for dinner?
I hope so because otherwise I’m going to feel pretty lonely over here in what-the-hell-happened-to-my-creativity land. But the good news is that something as simple as messing up a few papers on your desk can get your creative juices flowing. Join me in throwing out all those plastic containers and embracing mess… science itself proves that it’s better for creativity and innovation!
Today is Word Carnival day, that once-monthly event where a bunch of business bloggers get together to write on a theme. This month’s topic: the secret to my success.
Rather than talk about tools or tricks or mindsets or practices, I decided to have a little fun and turn this into a love letter because there really is only one thing I can’t live without: my business partner, husband and love of my life. I hope you know someone like this, too, because you really can’t succeed alone.
Do you have the right marketing mindset? Before we can talk tactics and even before we can talk strategy it’s important to start with the right mindset. What does that mean?
Well, it’s about adapting, getting out of your own box, watching the right metrics and more… listen and we’ll tell you all about it!
It’s Thanksgiving week here in the U.S. which means if you’re not planning the turkey or cooking the turkey then you’re certainly thinking about eating the turkey – or whatever favorite Thanksgiving treat you eat enough of to put you into a weekend-long food coma.
So rather than give you a lesson in my marketing processes, social media management plans or how I segment email lists (we’ll save those for January after the hangovers have worn off), today I’d like to share a little fun – because when we’re down in the trenches of business and marketing it can be very easy to forget that there is such a thing.