Pat Flynn

Pat Flynn (born May 17, 1952 in Hollywood, California) is an American guitarist, singer, and songwriter best known for his membership in the New Grass Revival.Included in Pat's studio work are several CMA and Grammy award-winning projects, the latest being Randy Travis' Rise and Shine album, and Lee Ann Womack's I Hope You Dance. In addition, Pat wrote and performed on Garth Brooks' hit single Do What You Gotta Do, which was originally performed by New Grass Revival.Pat is a featured artist on the Nashville Acoustic Sessions CD project, with Raul Malo, Rob Ickes, and Dave Pomeroy on CMH Records.
Posts about Pat Flynn
    • Why You Should Attend Social Media Marketing World 2017

      It’s that amazing time a year again for Social Media Marketing World! Join 180+ Social Media Experts at the Largest Social Media Marketing Conference in the world! Social Media Marketing World 2017 is a conference designed to help you master social media marketing and content creation (brought to you by Social Media Examiner).

      Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 13 readers -
  • Audio Content Marketing: 5 Actionable Tips

    … or an established podcaster, you can submit questions. Smart Passive Income’s Pat Flynn answers questions on his Ask Pat podcast. It’s a start. Answer Questions From Your Audience – Audio Content Like Pat Flynn Many authors do podcast tours. It presents them to wider and/or different audiences than they would get otherwise. If you have a regular podcast…

    Heidi Cohen/ Heidi Cohenin Content- 11 readers -
  • Blog Community: 5 Types of People Your Blog Needs

    … community: 2. Blog post content creators Broaden your blog content’s appeal. Ask members of your community to contribute to your blog content. Orbit Media’s Andy Crestodina never writes a blog post without asking at least one influencer for input. Often, he asks more than 1 person. With his blog research, Crestodina upped his blog community people…

    Heidi Cohen/ Heidi Cohenin Blogging- 18 readers -
  • How To Create Must-Read Recurring Content Columns

    5 Regular Column Types Every Content Marketer Can Use Are recurring content columns a part of your editorial mix? A recurring content column is an ongoing column. It’s a regular element of your editorial calendar. Think Page Six, the New York Post’s gossip page. Or go high-brow with New York Times op-ed columnists like Tom Friedman, Paul Krugman and David Brooks.

    Heidi Cohen/ Heidi Cohen- 11 readers -
  • 25 Marketing Podcasts That You Should Be Following in 2015

    …-radio/id354668519 Get Altitude | By How To Grow Your Business, Profit & Income – By Eben Pagan https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/get-altitude/id886856414 General Badassery – By Caliban Darklock http://badassmanifesto.com/podcast/ High-Income Business Writing: Freelance Writing – By Ed Gandia https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/high-income…

    Kim Castleberry/ Just Ask Kimin Social- 20 readers -
  • What the Pros Do To Boost Content Reach (But Do Not Share)

    … presentations. SlideShare can handle most content formats. Rather create a related, visual version of your content for SlideShare to attract attention and drive additional readership to your main content. Guy Kawasaki, an original member of LinkedIn publishing, shared that he always creates a related SlideShare to extend the reach of his content…

    Heidi Cohen/ Heidi Cohenin Content- 19 readers -
  • Top 2015 B2B Content Marketing Tactics

    … with recommended actionable content marketing tactics. 92% of B2B marketers use social media content (not including blogs). To reach your target audience, place your content where they spend their time. Social media accounts for 67 minutes per day using both computers and mobile devices according to eMarketer. Social media is key to distributing your B2B…

    Heidi Cohen/ Heidi Cohenin Social Content Facebook- 25 readers -
  • How I Got 100,000 Podcast Downloads in 62 Days (Without An Existing Platform)

    … cover art and others that look like they were made by a 3rd grader using Microsoft Paint. When you browse through shows and look at cover art, what stands out to you? Are there certain colors that pop more than others? Can you read the text? You want to include the title and give them a snapshot of what the show is about in as few words…

    Fizzlein How To's- 25 readers -
  • Follow the Top Social Media Influencers of 2014

    … Dr. Jim Barry of the Edu-Tainment Social Content Marketing blog has put together a list of the top social media influencers (with yours truly on it!). The good Doctor has written up a fascinating, detailed post on the 4 archetypes of these influencers, describing the traits and types of influence they have in the industry, including: Educators…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin Social Twitter- 27 readers -
  • The power of authenticity in building a strong and trusted personal brand

    … and viewers of your content). Aside from showing your true personality, this might be as simple as letting readers of your blog know you’re friends with a particular author when you give their book a glowing review, or of the mistakes you made when launching a new product, for example. Pat Flynn (left) from Smart Passive Income regularly publishes…

    Trevor Young- 14 readers -
  • Blog Visits: How To Make Every Second Count

    … page sessions are 70% to 98% for blogs. By contrast the bounce rate for content sites is 40% to 60%. While homepages tend to be the highest viewed page, linking to deeper pages often results in higher bounce rates according to Jakob Nielsen. (BTW–here’s how to check if your blog is driving readers away.) Although Nielsen doesn’t give a reason…

    Heidi Cohen/ Heidi Cohenin Social Content- 12 readers -