Authority Intensive

  • How to Decide Which Content to Sell and What to Give Away for Free

    … value If the information could … Provide a massive transformation in their life or business Make them a great deal of money Save them lots of time Make them more popular … then they will be much more willing to invest in your solution. 2. The information is difficult to acquire Yes, Google has exposed many things for free that had…

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  • 4 Revelations that Drove Me to Quit My Job and Start a Business

    … Someone in this room is going to change everything because they cared. Seth Godin and his round-framed glasses stared back at a room filled with ambitious entrepreneurs-in-training, and I looked around wondering who would be the next person to “change everything.” That’s how my experience at Copyblogger’s Authority event in 2014 began…

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  • What I Learned At Authority Intensive (#Authority2014)

    … Last week I achieved content nirvana attending the first Authority Intensive, a two-day conference that takes a tactical approach to content marketing. Programming was broken out into four topical tracks – design, content, traffic and conversion – to ensure the full picture was being created. Speakers presented on what they knew, what they had…

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  • Vapid Content Will Go Away

    … The overarching theme of Authority Intensive 2014 was the need to create great, meaningful experiences with your content. The conference — designed by the Copyblogger team — encouraged attendees to maximize content design and quality across the board. Almost every session addressed the strategic problem of developing content that is actually…

    Geoff Livingston/ Vocus Blogin Content- 10 readers -
  • Godin Delivers Authority, Handley Offers Content Wisdom

    … Marketing guru Seth Godin delivered a keynote at Authority Intensive on what it takes to build authority and become a successful business. Godin defined business success as a series of choices. “After 15 years on the Internet, we can safely say shortcuts never work,” said Godin. Success starts with the decision to scale. Freelancers practice…

    Geoff Livingston/ Vocus Blogin Content- 14 readers -