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  • [Rebroadcast] Why Email Is Your Show’s Mandatory Companion

    Yes, you’ve heard the main section of this episode of The Showrunner before — about the importance of building an email list as part of your audience-engagement strategy. But the intro and outro are new, as Jerod Morris explains why he and Jon Nastor decided to rebroadcast this episode this week.

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  • We Didn’t Think CEO Types Used LinkedIn, Until We Found This Report

    The research is in, and you’re going to be shocked! The Missing Link team dives deep into how C-level executives (CEO, CFO, CMO, etc.) really use LinkedIn and how you can connect with them. Leslie Farnsworth of FrogDog wasn’t satisfied with the rumors she heard about LinkedIn users, especially those in executive-level positions.

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  • How to Determine What Works (and What Doesn’t) with Laura Roeder

    Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is a social media and marketing expert, speaker, a web designer who taught herself to code in junior high, and an entrepreneur. At 22, she jumped straight from Junior Designer to CEO when she quit her job to start her own business. She is now the Founder of Edgar, a social media scheduling and marketing automation app.

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  • How to Beat the ‘Blank Stare’ and Get Customers Fired Up with Your Sales Copy

    Have you ever felt as though you’re giving it your all when writing about your products or services, but readers (ones you know would make perfect customers) just don’t seem to “get it?” You could be falling foul of the “blank stare” — here’s how to avoid it. This week on Hit Publish, we’re tackling a very frustrating problem when it comes to writing content, particularly c ...

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  • Why It’s Not Always About the Money

    Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is a black belt in Tae Kwon Do, professional blogger, podcaster, and an entrepreneur. Shockingly, he’s also an engineering director for the firm that makes the microprocessors that go into your iPhone. Yes, he has a high-demand job and a side-business that gives him more income than most people’s full-time businesses.

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  • 7 Straightforward Steps to Superior Blog Posts and Podcasts

    If you’re actively creating content, you’ve probably noticed that “waiting for inspiration” doesn’t tend to work all that well. In this episode of Confessions of a Pink-Haired Marketer, host Sonia Simone goes through her workflow for content creation. This works for blog posts, podcast or video scripts, infographics, SlideShares, or really any piece of strategic content you’ll want to create.

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  • Demian Farnworth on Unbounce

    This week on Rainmaker.FM Elsewhere, Demian Farnworth chats with Dan Levy over at Unbounce about content marketing, web writing, and creating great content. Listen in. In this 21-minute episode, Dan Levy and Demian Farnworth discuss: Why any compelling piece of content needs to begin with thorough research The difference (and similarities) between web writers, content ...

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  • 5 Reasons Why You Should Consider Launching Your Own Membership Site

    In this episode of Youpreneur.FM, host Chris Ducker shares some truths about why he put a membership site together, the lessons he’s learned along the way, and why entrepreneurs may want to consider launching a membership site. What is the holy grail of online business? It is membership sites. Over the last few years, Chris has been doing one mastermind event in cities wher ...

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  • Talking Versus Doing: Which Business Stage Are You In?

    You only have so much energy; where are you choosing to spend it? Listen to Editor-in-Chief and take a fun self-assessment. Plus, you’ll learn why physical notebooks with lined paper are the best tools for keeping you grounded and productive. In this 21-minute episode of Editor-in-Chief, host Stefanie Flaxman discusses: The benefits of self-assessment What “talking” an ...

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  • How to Become a Full-Time Authorpreneur

    At 25 years old, Monica Leonelle realized that she could use a book to get a job. Then later realized that her book could turn into highly paid speaking gigs. Then realized that she could write even more books, quit her job, and become a full-time authorpreneur. Want to know how she did it? In this episode of Authorpreneur, host Jim Kukral and Monica Leonelle discuss: H ...

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  • How to Submit Your Show to Podcast Directories

    What if you could spend 10 minutes doing one simple task and get new listeners for years to come? As Showrunners, we need to find audience-growth strategies that we can leverage. Strategies that involve very little upfront work on our part, yet continue to provide us with new listeners. The way to do this is simple: podcast directories.

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  • Building a Digital Community that Sticks Together

    In the final part of The Mainframe’s membership series, hosts Tony Clark and Chris Garrett discuss how to keep your community welcoming, engaging, and a group that people actually want to be a part of. Listen in to get all the details. In this episode of The Mainframe: How to develop a feeling of inclusion and belonging amongst new members Why your membership can turn ...

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  • Everything You Need to Know About LinkedIn Company Pages

    The LinkedIn Expert Viveka Von Rosen shares why you need to have a Company Page on LinkedIn. It’s easier (and more important) than you think. On this episode of The Missing Link, guest Viveka Von Rosen shares all you need to know to get Company Pages working for you. You’ll learn how a small time investment can create a more polished business presence, which leads to meaning ...

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  • Long or Short? The Content Length Question Answered, Once and for All

    In this week’s episode of The Lede, Chris Garrett joins Demian Farnworth to talk about digital commerce, the proper length of content, rubber ducks, and the scary side of the Internet. Listen in … In this 29-minute episode of The Lede, Chris Garrett and Demian Farnworth discuss: The unstoppable rise of digital commerce (and why everyone can profit) How “rubber ducking” ...

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