The Nuclear Chowder Podcast Show
This episode is the starting point for the upcoming series on website design and SEO. Think of it as a sort of a prequel…
On this episode I am joined by Sales Presentation Coach Robert Ferrucci. To visit Robert’s website, go to RobertFerrucci.com
Welcome to the first episode of 2015. Today I want to share my goal setting formula that I’ve used for many years now.
It’s a very powerful method especially if you’ve never done goal setting before. I challenge you to do this for the next 30 days. It could very well change your life.
This episode is devoted to my 5 big failures of 2014. Of course I don’t see failures as a negative. To me failure is simply a necessary part of success.
When I coach people on content marketing for their business, the biggest objection I get is how hard it is to write a blog post. That it takes way too much time.
Well, I am about to debunk the time debate. It’s easy and I can show you how I can write a blog post very quickly and how you can too.
I get asked a lot of questions about online marketing. I am probably asked a question every day, at least ten times a day. Sometimes it seems all I ever do, in fact, is answer questions about online marketing.
So here it is, the grand champion of questions. The one big online marketing question I get asked more than any other is… drum roll please…
Each week I take one question from my community and answer it here. This week’s question is a great one about content marketing. This is from a client who we have asked to create or let us create content for his website.
Today’s question is from a business who asked to remain anonymous. This owner asked how he should handle a negative review published to a directory website like YellowPages.com.
One of my favorite things to do when I travel is to sample the menus at local restaurants. Out in Austin for a workshop I got to pig out at Chuy’s twice (so far). I’d get back on a plane just to go back. This Texas place sure knows how to do Tex-Mex. Who knew? […]
Do you find all the email marketing jargon confusing? Here’s a simple index of email marketing terminology that will shed some light on it.