Dr. Ben Adkins is our special guest on today's episode of Traffic and Leads Podcast. Ben started the very popular company, Closers Cafe—an agency that specializes in local Facebook marketing, and bringing in traffic and leads to local businesses. Together, Ben and I discuss the ways how marketing can differ if you’re a traditional storefront looking to reach a local audience, and how online marketing works on Facebook for an audience designed for said small business. Let’s jump in! Click here to listen to this episode!
Online marketing is a game we’re all very used to playing at this point. However, with all the people that tell you different ways to achieve maximum success, which ones are you supposed to listen to? And do any of them matter if you’re not staying relevant and topical to what your audience desires? Consistency in marketing is an extremely important topic to discuss, and it’s something that many people seem to falter at. So how do we achieve a perfect level of consistency with our content without being overbearing? Julie Kratz has the answer. Julie works for
Anyone who knows me knows I don’t shy away from the fact that I offer free content for those who’re interested in kick starting their online marketing business and gaining new traffic and leads to push forward. With that in mind, however, could it be possible that these free opt-ins are hurting our businesses more than helping? What is the best way to truly go about securing a content marketing strategy that works in our favor while still being accessible to as many people as possible? It’s an interesting topic and something that Doberman Dan has spent a
Nathan Hirsch is our special guest on today's episode of Traffic and Leads Podcast. He is the founder and CEO of FreeeUp. FreeeUp is a marketplace for freelancers where you can get in touch with someone within a matter of minutes to do the best job at the right price—talks with us about how he came up with this idea, and how exactly the entire process works. Click here to listen to this episode!
Content marketing and social media marketing go hand-in-hand when you’re trying to generate the best traffic and leads you can. However, making sure that you’re producing the right content to bring audiences to your website is important—knowing what to right about, how to properly advertise it, and what you should be focusing on for proper SEO is a laundry list you shouldn’t have to spend all of your time worrying about, when you should be generating this awesome content. How do we use blogging for marketing purposes when we aren’t sure what goes into a suitable blog post?
Benjamin Dell is our special guest on today's episode of Traffic and Leads Podcast. He's Founder and CEO of the company MissingLettr—a software that takes long-form blog posts and turns them into social media snippets. Today, he is here to tell you all about how his software works, as well as tips and tricks for getting your marketing ideas out of your head and into reality. Let’s get started! Click here to listen to this episode!
This week on the podcast, I am bringing you another solo episode to make a VERY special announcement. Traffic and Leads Membership Program is finally making a comeback, though it’s now known as the Traffic and Leads UItimate Resource Monthly Membership Program. And trust me—the new name is totally fitting considering all of the stuff you’re going to get! Also, important to note: this episode is relevant for THIS WEEK ONLY, as registration is only open from today, April 30th, 2018 through May 7th, 2018 at noon Pacific time. After that, you’ll be able to plug in your
The ways to market and promote yourself and your business are expanding every single day. However, with all the focus we do on online marketing, it’s easy to forget the ways to promote your business offline. Yes, advertising goes hand-in-hand with promoting your business offline, but there’s a different way to spread the word. Live events are popular among the business world, but when using an event as a marketing tool, you’ll find just how successful and resourceful they can be. Using a live event as a marketing tool doesn’t seem like something you’d think of immediately, but
When it comes to the very important task of online marketing, there’s more than just one way to go about it. With your options being so varied, however, sometimes it’s hard to know who’s the best to handle the job and where you should go in order to get the best possible results for your business. In house marketing vs agency is a constant debate that business owners have to struggle with. Weighing the pros and cons are important when making your choice, and knowing what each of them have to offer is crucial to making sure that
If you own or manage a business in this day and age, you’ve probably got a website where your potential and active customers can gather information about your business and determine whether they’re interested in seeking out your practice. However, one website is not necessarily equal to another, and if you find that one of your competitors seems to be having more success than you, the problem might be your website. Here are ten of the most common mistakes that specialists make on their websites. 1. Lack of Mobile Friendliness Because so many people access the internet via