The Nuclear Chowder Podcast Show
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.
I have a question for you. Do you want to know what the most affordable and most useful marketing tool is? A tool that can give you potentially the biggest return on your investment by a country mile?
And I am being serious. You may be saying “Well duh, of course I want to know what THAT is!!!”
Let’s face it, creating content that gets you business takes effort, dedication, hard work and skill. If it was simple, everyone would be doing it. Each week I publish at least one piece of new content. (You’re reading this week’s right now). Content marketing is so important I felt it was a worthy topic to…
Sometimes you just have to get stuff off your chest. Sometimes you just have to unleash to the world what you’re thinking in great detail. Today is not one of those times.
Today is the day for some Online Marketing Truthery. In no particular order I want to share things that I have experienced in over 10 years of selling information products online and helping small businesses to market themselves online.
In one word: Goal Setting. Ok, that’s two words. You also need a vision and a plan. Alright so four words; sue me.