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Crank Up the Recurring Revenue Using Membership Sites: Mike Morrison

If you like recurring revenue, you’ll love this conversation with Mike Morrison. Mike is co-founder of Membership Guys and host of the Membership Guys podcast. He helps membership site owners master their craft and get more recurring revenue on his site and the Membership Mastermind Facebook group. There’s one goal to many customer interactions: to make a sale. Mike's here to help us understand the ins-and-outs of doing just that through site sign-ups!

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Outside the Box Ideas that Lead to Extraordinary Results: Doug Allen

I'm joined today by Doug Allen. Doug is a five-time best-selling author, hedge fund manager, business development consultant, and the founder of the Destiny Partnership Mastermind Group. Doug shares some of the fascinating and powerful studies, tools, and technologies that he explored in a mastermind that I recently attended. Join us to get some valuable insights into presenting yourself to others.

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How to Automate Your Business with a Membership Site: Melodie Moore

Today's show features Melodie Moore. She's the founder of Business Tech Ninjas, a company that specializes in creating membership sites. We’ll geek out together and talk about Infusionsoft as well as various tools that integrate with it. We’ll also talk about marketing campaigns, indoctrination sequences, membership sites, online courses, and a ton more.

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The 7 Pillars of Authority Marketing: Adam Witty

Adam Witty joins me today for an in-depth discussion of authority marketing and the role that writing and publishing a book can play. There’s a difference between having authority and leveraging your authority. If you don’t have authority, there’s no point in trying to leverage it - you need to spend some time building it. We’ll discuss the seven pillars of authority marketing, as well as how to do market research to ensure your book will meet the needs of your audience.

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Sell Like a Lion and Lead the Pride: Marcus Sheridan

Today’s guest, Marcus Sheridan, AKA the Sales Lion, has been called a web marketing guru by the New York Times, perhaps thanks to his sometimes unconventional advice on what sales techniques really work. We discuss deeply valuable information that gives insight into how customers think and behave, and how this relates to what you should do in your sales process. In today’s conversation, Marcus will talk about how to influence the buying criteria of your prospects to preempt their objections, and how to differentiate yourself in a sea of competitors.

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Finesse Your Marketing: From Funnels and Membership Sites to Online Courses and Bestseller Campaigns: Bart Baggett

Bart Baggett is a marketing expert, bestselling author, speaker, and leader of a marketing mastermind. He is also an expert in NLP and handwriting analysis. He understands marketing and the human behaviour behind the marketing concepts. Today, we discuss the creation of lead machines where trust is built through sharing information that answer real problems, and how understanding your business model and what you are selling is the basis for creating a marketing plan. We talk about membership sites, online courses, and how much time you need to invest when selling high-end and lower-end products.

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Close Six and Seven Figure Deals with These Powerful Distinctions: Ephraim Olschewski

My guest, Ephraim Olschewski, is someone who has had a profound impact on my life -- and I hope he will on yours as well. Ephraim is a high-performance coach for executives and business owners, with his rates starting at $100k a year for individuals and $1 million a year for organizations. Despite these high-value deals, he doesn’t use contracts at all. In this conversation, he explains the compelling reason why, and offers insight into how to show up powerfully in your business and the world. I hope that all of my Marketing Speak episodes offer valuable informative learning, but I truly believe that this one can offer transformative learning as well.