New Rainmaker

  • The Digital Entrepreneur

    … to New Rainmaker with Brian Clark on iTunes Click Here to Listen on Rainmaker.FM About the author Rainmaker.FM Rainmaker.FM is the premier digital marketing and sales podcast network. Get on-demand digital business and marketing advice from experts, whenever and wherever you want it. The post The Digital Entrepreneur appeared first on Copyblogger. …

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  • Behind the Scenes: The Rebranding of Copyblogger Media

    …. The reception to the new brand has been overwhelmingly positive, which is very pleasing. Although, a few questions did come up. One was, why the switch from Media to Digital? And how about that new company Facebook page after we very publicly deleted the Copyblogger Facebook page? Tune in Rainmakers, as all will be revealed. Plus, one…

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  • How to Create Legendary Content that Builds Your Business

    “Storytelling” and “empathy” have become business buzzwords, which is either hilarious or sad depending on your perspective. These two words, however, are at the root of what it means to be a human being. And yes, these two words are also the key to effective marketing of any kind. When you add in a strongly integrated mix of content and the right products and services, you’ ...

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  • 6 Steps to Building an Audience That Builds a Business

    … marketing to the lean startup movement. A case study on Copyblogger Media in The Lean Entrepreneur brought the message to a wider audience of entrepreneurial hopefuls. Now, Joe Pulizzi is dedicating an entire book to the subject, which may well provide the tipping point. It’s called Content Inc., and in this episode of New Rainmaker with Brian…

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  • How to Succeed in Online Education (On Your Own Terms)

    … … digital sharecropping comes to online education. Have we learned from the lessons of Facebook, Amazon, and Apple? Do you really think they have your best interests at heart? In this 11-minute episode of New Rainmaker with Brian Clark, we’ll cover: The mainstream acceptance of online learning Why you haven’t “missed the boat” How to make…

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  • Will Millennials Kill Email Marketing?

    …. Smarter online marketers are connecting with the Millennial generation by email just fine. Here’s how. In this 18-minute episode of New Rainmaker with Brian Clark, Brian and Robert Bruce discuss: How to be in two places at once The key to email success with Millennials Email Marketing 101 Do consistent email delivery times make…

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  • Henry Rollins on the Art and Business of DIY Media

    … 10 Things You Don’t Know About. Life can be strange as a parent. The reason why Henry is on this podcast, and more importantly, why he’s doing the closing keynote at Authority Rainmaker in May, comes down to this quote from an interview he once did while on tour in New Zealand: Everything I do, writing, touring, travelling, it all comes from…

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  • Rainmaker.FM: Has Social Media Killed Consumer Trust?

    …, as consumers assume everyone is on the take. As you might expect, we have an answer for that one. Plus, we talk podcasting for content marketing, revenue models for podcast networks, and heartily agree with some advice given by Gary Vaynerchuk. In this 39-minute episode Robert Bruce and I discuss: The big, new project that we’ve been hinting…

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  • How to Make Winning Infographics Without Risk

    The infographic is the Salvador Dalí of content marketing. By far the most interesting person at the cocktail party. Who can compete with the thin, longhorn mustache decorated with forget-me-nots? The anteater curled at his feet? His closest peer, the video, dozes near the crackling fire … slippered feet propped up, face buried in a white beard.

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  • The Key Element of 21st Century Persuasion

    Back in the 1950s, a bedridden man faced certain death from inoperable, terminal cancer. Tumors the size of oranges had invaded the man’s neck, groin, chest, and abdomen. The patient’s only hope was a new experimental cancer drug called Krebiozen. Three days after the initial treatment, the man was out of bed and joking with his nurses.

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