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Episode 171 | Posted on

Cracking The Code On Lead Generation with Tom Poland

If there's one thing we could all use more of, it’s leads. Not just any leads, mind you, I'm talking about quality leads. Qualified leads who know exactly what's up and understand the value of your offer. If there's one man who has turned lead generation into a science, it's Tom Poland. He even has a name for it, Leadsology. If you're skeptical, remember that Tom has founded and sold many multimillion-dollar businesses himself. He even wrote a book where he explains how to do it. If you're looking to crack the code on lead generation for your business, then you want to hear what Tom has to say. This episode is all about the nuts and bolts of attracting and qualifying leads and more importantly, how to create replicable and delegatable processes that work. In other words, a scientific approach to lead generation. Keep tuned in because it's time to stop messing about with random marketing experiments and create a system for bringing the right people straight to your sales page.

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Lessons from a Thousand Revenue-Generating Websites with Ken Courtright

If you run an online business, you know that it can be tough to keep the revenue flowing. There's so much competition out there these days, you've got to stay ahead of the curve. That's exactly what our guest, serial entrepreneur, Ken Courtright, does so well. His company, Income Store, operates about 1,000 revenue generating websites and the portfolio expands every year. The company has been in the Inc. 5000 list for the past four years consecutively, which is no small feat. Ken has not only achieved success, but he also systematized it. Stay tuned to learn his secret formula for massive growth and scaling online success. This episode is absolutely a must-listen for anyone interested in online marketing or entrepreneurship. Get ready for some truly game-changing insights.

Episode 169 | Posted on

SEO Unpacked with Mike King

People don't usually mention hip-hop and SEO in the same breath. My guest is not only an entrepreneur, digital marketer and SEO engineer but also an independent musician who began his career as a hip-hop artist. He's also been able to leverage his skills as a rapper to become an innovative and original speaker at marketing conferences around the world. Mike King is the Founder of digital marketing agency iPullRank. He's a veteran of multinational agencies like Publicis Modem and Razorfish. He's also the proud new owner of UndergroundHipHop.com, a highly respected twenty-year-old music blog. On this episode, we will be geeking out on SEO covering everything from Latent Semantic indexing or LSI to Markov models to term frequency and more. Also, you will want to read all the way to the end of this episode as Mike will be revealing some of his favorite SEO resources.

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Getting Your Name Out There on Podcasts and Mainstream Media with Jeremy Slate

It's no secret that podcasting has gone mainstream in the last few years, but there's a difference between running a podcast out of your garage and using it as a springboard for success. Our guest did exactly that. On this episode, I'll be talking to Jeremy Slate. You probably know him from the Create Your Own Life Podcast, which was so wildly successful that he now teaches others how to leverage podcast appearances to massive effect. If you're interested in how to craft a media strategy that gets your message in front of the people that need to hear it, stick around because we'll be covering everything from how to get more podcast appearances to the value of media training to getting published in the mainstream media.

Episode 167 | Posted on

Differentiating Yourself From The Competition with Ken Jurina

In this episode, we are going to peel back the curtain on marketing agencies, learning about how they handle scope creep, attribution and misattribution of their efforts, setting and resetting client expectations, retainers, performance-based pricing, leading and lagging metrics, dashboards, negative keywords, and a lot more. This episode is a success story 25 years in the making. Our guest is Ken Jurina. He founded his company, Top Draw, in 1993. In the early days, Top Draw was a humble graphic design agency and he was the sole employee. When he realized he was going to face some pretty stiff competition in the graphic design space, he knew he needed to differentiate himself. That is when he recognized that the internet represented a massive opportunity to grow his business. Fast forward 25 years, Top Draw is now a fully integrated digital marketing agency with dozens of employees and an impressive client list. These days, Ken is focused on business development and SEO which he has had the foresight to realize would give him a massive advantage over his competitors back in the ‘90s. Ken was also Cofounder and Cochair of the Canadian Search Engine Marketing Professional Organization, which establishes and promotes ethical internet marketing practices and guidelines in Canada. It is a meeting of two OGs. That is SEO and digital marketing veterans for those of you not familiar with the jargon on this episode on Marketing Speak. If you are in the mood for a masterclass, keep reading because you are about to read some tips and secrets drawn from years of blood, sweat and tears.