You’ve given away a TON of value on your podcast and now it’s time for your audience to take action. So what should they do? Top podcasters share what they prompt their listeners to do next.
Ever had trouble explaining what you do to a potential client? Maybe they get it and maybe they don’t but they’re very likely to draw conclusions no matter what. This happens to me all the time.
You guys have met Jason Surfrapp before on The Marketing Lifestyle Show. Great guy. Smart guy. I mean, really really smart guy. He may have had a journey to get to this level of smartness, but it’s definitely a lesson you’re going to want to learn about.
So I’m reviewing his first ever book Creativity For Sale. Jason shares his story of building a million dollar business by wearing shirts and other silly things. Think your idea is crazy? Get ready.
I spoke a lot about my beginnings on the podcast last week and it got me thinking about my first client and how I got them. It happened with my first cold email and there’s some good advice in that little thing of beauty that I want to share with you today.
I get this question a lot because everyone wants to know how the big YouTube stars do it. How do they make money making videos for a living. Some even think I fall into the category of just making videos and living the good life. But there’s so much more to it than that.
This was the runner up from our Facebook poll last week, but a very close second. So thanks to those of you who voted for it and patiently waited! Let’s talk about how to make money more simply, shall we?
Monetization is one of the biggest things I get questions about, which makes a lot of sense. Because we all want to do what we love and get paid for it. Advertising just might be the way to make it happen. But don’t worry. This isn’t the yucky kind. I know what you’re thinking. Just trust me.