John Lee Dumas

  • Three ways people fumble their personal brand strategy

    … By Mark Schaefer Since I published my book KNOWN, I’ve had an incredible amount of fun coaching dozens of people through a process to create a profound online presence. I’m starting to see that there are three specific issues where people get stuck when embarking on their personal brand strategy. Today, I’m going to name these three areas…

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  • Finding your place on the web, when it seems so crowded out here

    … in an era of innovation in new content formats. For example, if Content Shock makes it too difficult and expensive to reach people with a simply YouTube video, the world will probably come up with alternatives. One of my favorite examples is Tom Fishburne who carved a very successful niche for himself in the crowded digital marketing space through…

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  • #22: How to Start and Build a Profitable Podcast with John Lee Dumas

    … On this episode of the Online Marketing Made Easy Podcast, we talk all about creating a brand new podcast. My special guest is a recent Best of 2013 iTunes award winner, John Dumas of Entrepreneur on Fire. His show is unique in that he broadcasts seven days per week, which takes a crazy commitment! John […] The post #22: How to Start and Build a Profitable Podcast with John Lee Dumas appeared first on Amy Porterfield | Online Marketing Expert. …

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  • 11 Actionable Blogging Tips to Make Content Findable

    … Institute hired Jodi Harris to head their content curation efforts. They spotlight related articles in every article they publish. Content Marketing Institute makes links to older related content stand out in the post. 10. Don’t allows blog content to languish without socializing A blog should be at the center of your social media offering. Chris…

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  • Blogging Grit: Do You Have Enough To Succeed?

    …. Blogging is a marathon. Start slowly and build your blogging muscles over time. Then increase your posting and related social media participation. To manage your blogging expectations, here are 2 data points: It takes about 18 months for a blog to become the engine driving your business according to Content Inc author, Joe Pulizzi. It takes about 30…

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  • Can One Trick Pony Content Deliver On-going Results For You?

    No, your teachers probably weren't trying to pull the wool over your eyes. In some cases, science has advanced. For example, Pluto is no longer a planet. In other cases, your teachers were probably just misinformed. For example, being taught that *insert-name-of-your-country's-historical-heroes-here* were the good guys in the story. But it's okay; we're here to bring you up to date.

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  • Why You Should Attend Social Media Marketing World 2017

    …) Additionally, you’ll be able to learn from Scott Monty, Kim Garst, Tim Schmoyer, Darren Rowse, Gini Dietrich, Shaun McBride, Joel Comm, Viveka von Rosen, Zach King, Marcus Sheridan, Amy Schmittauer, Pat Flynn, Joe Pulizzi, Cliff Ravenscraft, Christopher Penn, Ian Cleary, Madalyn Sklar, John Lee Dumas, Lou Mongello, Sue B. Zimmerman, Carlos Gil…

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  • How To Create Must-Read Recurring Content Columns

    … man content. It’s pure Marcus Sheridan, “They ask, you answer.” Like the advice given by these sisters, write your content in the form of a letter answering individual reader’s questions. It’s more personal. Kay Gardner and Ann Shayne of Mason Dixon Knitting use the letter format as the key way to convey information. The added benefit: They write…

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