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Fix Your Small Business Marketing With a Bit of Duct Tape: John Jantsch

John Jantsch is a marketing consultant, speaker, and author of many fantastic books including Duct Tape Marketing, Duct Tape Selling, The Commitment Engine, and The Referral Engine. He’s also the founder of the Duct Tape Marketing Consultant Network. John is here today to talk about his marketing system, his best strategies, and how to apply them in your own businesses. Chances are you’ll expand your creativity and find ideas that will make you stand out from the crowd.

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How to Create a Best Selling Online Course: Megan Harrison

Megan Harrison is here to help you turn your knowledge into highly profitable online courses. You probably already have enough content to use as the foundation of your course. It’s just a matter of repurposing your content into this valuable asset. She’s an expert in online course design, consulting, and launch strategy, as well as the founder of a digital agency. Naturally, Megan also has her own online training courses and live workshops. If you feel stuck in scaling your business, or aren’t sure how to monetize your expertise, this is the episode for you!

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Get The Skills to Close Big Deals: Kelly Fidel

Kelly Fidel is a business turnaround expert, sales strategist, author, and professional speaker whose clients include the NFL, Mercedes Benz, and Warner Brothers among many others. In this episode, she shares her wisdom and experience to help you understand how you, too, can complete incredible deals. We’ll talk about why it’s so important to be a strong leader, the role of webinars in the sales process, the different kinds of “yes” you might hear, and much more.

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Leverage Your Social Network Like Never Before: David Burkus

David Burkus, a bestselling author and sought-after speaker, joins me in this episode to explore how to get better results from your social networking. His newest book, Friend of a Friend, offers readers a fresh perspective on how to grow their networks and build key connections. If you want to learn scientifically based tips, tools, and techniques for tapping into the power of your network, tune in to this episode!

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Secrets to Becoming an Extraordinary Speaker: Pat Quinn

Pat Quinn didn’t get his start as a professional speaker. Instead, he worked as a professional magician for 10 years before deciding to get a “real” job. He became a public school teacher and taught high school for 12 years, during which time he got a degree in brain research, focusing on how adults learn. This combination of experiences means he brings both stagecraft and a deep understanding of audiences to his presentations. Tune in to hear his wisdom and learn how to apply it to your own talks and presentations!

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Fundamentals of Facebook Advertising: Rick Mulready

Rick Mulready is here to dig into tools, tips, techniques, tactics, and more to help you take your Facebook ads to the next level. We’ll talk about split testing, the role of videos and Messenger, how to get the most bang for your buck with paid advertising, and myriad other important topics. Rick is an industry-leading authority on Facebook advertising, the host of the highly acclaimed podcast The Art of Paid Traffic, and the leader of The ROI Club.

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Masters of Arbitrage: Jon Shugart & Luke Sample

On this episode, I’m joined by not one, but two industry insiders who are going to give us a behind-the-scenes tour of the world of arbitrage, which simply involves buying low and selling high. Jon Shugart is an entrepreneur at heart and a computer programmer by trade. He’s also a master at webinar marketing who was on one of the very earliest episodes of Marketing Speak. Luke Sample is a serial internet entrepreneur and black hat SEO. Together, they are the co-creators of BookTrades Biz. If you’re ready to learn how to build an internet empire from anywhere in the world, this is the episode for you!