The Nuclear Chowder Podcast Show
Not only is content king, without it there is zero chance of SEO success. There is a big misconception that the job is done after you launch a website. That’s when the work really begins. Start creating content and never stop.
This is podcast episode 79. Today we continue the conversation on Effective Web Design and SEO.
Welcome to the second part of the Effective Web Design and SEO training series. If you missed it, here are the links to the previous episodes:
This is part 1 of my series on web design and SEO. This is based on my live presentation.
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.