Every social network that gets popular inevitably declines. They all decline in the same way. And the decline happens for the exact same reason.
If you don't know about this, you'll fall into the "trending traffic" trap again and again. You'll be lured in by "social starlet" success stories, jump on a new platform when it's already too late and experience yet another disappointment.
Read on to discover what drives the inevitable decline of social platforms (and why you need to own your platform, instead).
This is a further video in my series about why publishing lots of stuff is more important than publishing great stuff.
One of the things that holds entrepreneurs back from publishing content and launching products is this creeping feeling of "it's just not good enough".
Is this a justification for not publishing? Isn't it better to spend more time working on your content or product, so that what you will eventually release will actually be good?
The answer depends on why you hesitate to publish in the first place, as you'll see in today's video.
It costs up to 25 times more to get a new customer, compared to turning an existing customer into a repeat customer.
Qualified buyer leads are infinitely more valuable than just leads. The most surefire way to qualify if someone's a buying lead for your kind of business and your kind of product is if they've already bought something from you.
This is why the most effective thing most (already running) businesses can do to increase revenue is to get their existing customers to buy more stuff from them. In fact, it's one of only 3 possible things you can ever do, to make more money in your business.
Read on to see the exact strategies and funnel setups you can apply, to use this principle in your business.Continue reading
As part of the launch of our new podcast, we held a live webinar on launch day. During the webinar, we discussed the content of the first episodes with our audience and everyone who attended could ask us questions.
We got questions about the Forget Traffic/Customer First topic form the podcast, as well as many other questions about business building and marketing.
For this post, we picked out some of the highlights for you.
Today's episode is the first one that isn't part of the "Forget Traffic!" series. Instead, we discuss a problem that can undermine a business in subversive ways.
Simply put, that problem is: ego.
We've all got it, but the more you succumb to your ego, the lower your chances of success.
Listen in to discover the 5 ways in which ego will hurt your business and the strategies we've employed to outmaneuver our egos in these situations.
If you're a creator (whether you're creating written content, videos or anything else), you need to focus on creating a lot and publishing fast.
In this previous post, I've laid out why you should focus on quantity instead of quality for your content marketing and here's a mental reframe you can use if you're stuck in the perfectionist mindset.
Today's video adds another reason why publishing often and fast is so important.
This is a follow up to my post about quality vs. quantity in content marketing. In that post, we came to the conclusion that you can only create good, high quality content through practice. And practice means creating lots of content.
You may agree with this premise, but still struggle to put it into practice. Today's video is a reframe that will help you overcome this problem.