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This conversation with Bond Halbert, son and protege of legendary copywriter Gary Halbert, is like sitting in on a master class in how to find and capitalize on big ideas in your marketing from product development through filling your bank account with big sales dollars.
Tom Parslow combined his early love of computer programming with his new hobby as escape room enthusiast to create a protitable solopreneur business. From a humble start he grew a strong reputation in the escape room industry and personally helped save it after it was shut down virtually overnight by coronavirus restrictions.
After more than 30 years in the trenches of business planning, Burke Franklin has discovered not only how to plan ahead, but how to do so in a conscious way that corresponds with your own values and creates strong value propositions for partners, investors and clients alike.
If you want a business rather than a hobby, you have to sell. Some seem to be born salespeople while others have to work at it. Shawn Kunkler helps both kinds of business owners improve their sales in this episode.
Email newsletter expert Michael Katz writes one of my all-time favorite email newsletters and helps other service professionals do the same. They’re one of the most effective ways to build stronger relationships with those you already know and no one does it better than Michael.
David Safeer specializes in helping rapidly growing companies survive when they hit a cash crunch. But if you’ll listen to the cash flow management advice he give during this episode you may never face one in the first place.
Damon Burton, founder of SEO National, joins us today to talk about search engine optimization. But along the way you’ll also hear great lessons on getting your first client, growing your business through outsourcing, and how to keep your business on a strong growth curve without spending a fortune on advertising.
Live events closed down and everyone working from home means adoption of the virtual stage has accelerated. Much of what you need to know to rock the virtual stage comes straight from broadcasting – and Rich has 30 years of experience in it.
What do you do AFTER you build a business past the $1 Billion point or win your nation’s top modeling pageant? Marek Zmyslowski and Yaritza Reyes chose to pay it forward.
Direct response copywriting isn’t about writing a sales letter. It’s about persuasion. And Katie Yeakle and Rebecca Matter, two leaders from the powerhouse copywriting training company American Writers & Artists Institute (AWAI), explain exactly what you can get from learning to write persuasively… whether as a career or as a business owner.