What topics resonated the most with you? Let’s have a look:
Ezra Firestone appeared on the show talking about the success of his e-commerce company, Boom. You can learn a lot from a business that catapults by over ten million dollars in a single year. James has a unique window into the business of Ezra since he is a member of SilverCircle and also a podcast partner at ThinkActGet.
Years ago, Ed Dale (on of Australia’s most prolific Internet marketing experts) decided to study copywriting with the best in the business. He exclusively hired copywriting legend Gary Halbert, and for 6 months absorbed all he could about probably the most important skill a marketer can have. He shares his key insights in this presentation from SuperFastBusiness Live 2016. In this presentation, you learn how to write better copy so you can sell more.
How can knowing your DNA sequence help you improve your quality of living? James talked to Anita Chaperon about some of the insights you can gain about yourself when you do the genetic testing in this episode. If we do so much work on our mindset (our software) it makes perfect sense to understand what hardware we are running.
If you’re not marketing on YouTube, you could be missing out. World authority on YouTube advertising Tom Breeze joined James Schramko in this 3-part series on YouTube advertising. Tom is the guy behind the scenes running some of the most popular YouTube ads on the web. You have certainly seen them. Get into the mind of a fascinating marketing genius.
How do you get the most out of your Google AdWords campaign? We invited AdWords specialist Ilana Wechsler to offer her expertise on the topic by highlighting 10 commonly made AdWords mistakes and how to go about fixing them. This series has helped a vast amount of our audience reduce their “Google Tax’ and increase sales.
Looking for a content manager? James Schramko and Kyle Gray discuss various methods of recruiting, training and developing the right team to lead your content strategy in this episode. Sales content is a winning combo for smart marketers and 2017 is going to be even more important. It is how SuperFastBusiness continues to grow year on year.
Earlier this year, James Schramko got together with Clay Collins to talk about the continuing success of LeadPages – where it’s at, what’s in store, and what valuable business lessons were learned in 2015. Leadpages is a huge force in the business market community and will continue to rise. Clay has an engaging and fresh approach to growing a business.
Google Apps are a boon to business owners in many ways. Peter Moriarty from ITGenius was our guest for a three-part series to show you how to boost your productivity with Google. Perhaps the simplest way for you to grow from a solo business to a global location independent business is to use G Suite. After listening to this episode we moved our business to 2-factor authentication.
Discovering your reason for being is an elusive undertaking for many. But finding it is essential – and can be very rewarding. In this episode, James talked about the concept of ikigai, how to unlock it and how it can impact your life and your business. This episode was so popular because most adults have been marching to the beat of someone else’s drum (parents, or bosses). Find your Ikigai and watch your life change.
Effective sales copy is not merely a description of what you’re trying to sell. There are essential elements that you need to cover in order to convince your customer to click that BUY button. This is what James and copywriting expert Kevin Rogers talked about in this episode. Kevin is a mix of funny, smart and quirky. This episode is easy to listen to.
What actually happened at SuperFastBusiness Live this year? James Schramko and Ezra Firestone share their insider’s recap of the event in a five-part series. Whenever these two get on camera, you never know what can happen. There is a certain chemistry that makes this educational and interesting all at the same time!
We hope to see you at the next LIVE event
Content marketing is one of the most effective strategies that you can use to deliver relevant information and attract more audience. In his presentation at SuperFastBusiness Live 2016, ProBlogger founder Darren Rowse shares some things that you need to remember when creating content for your readers.
Sacrificing sleep because you think it’s a waste of time? James Schramko and sleep coach Andre Obradovic explained in this episode why getting the right amount of sleep is absolutely essential and how it can optimize your life and your business. You can achieve a LOT more than you think by sleeping more.
Is your YouTube channel making a statement out there? Hilarious Brian G. Johnson shared his three-part framework that can help you get your message across and inspire your viewers in this 2-episode podcast series. If you are uncertain about how to approach Video marketing – now you can get clear.
Using guest content can truly power up your content marketing strategy. James brought back guest expert Kyle Gray to dive into this topic, from selecting guests, to ensuring quality, and more real-world tips in this episode of the SuperFastBusiness podcast.
Dean “Nine Word Email” Jackson was back in Manly for his annual visit. He and James Schramko shared their year in this podcast episode. They talked about marketing, book-writing, offers, books, pamphlets and other aspects of business and life. Dean is a super smart guy and also a member of SuperFastBusiness community.
Have you always wanted to write a book? This episode with Chandler Bolt will give you the insights to finally come out with your own bestseller. Get the confidence you need to self-publish and leverage your own bestselling book in this podcast. Look out for our book in 2017
Some time ago, James predicted that a membership would be suitable for Nathan Chan. We invited him on the podcast to see where Foundr was traveling and where it was heading next. Turns out James was right. Nathan is forever grateful.
Clay Collins was back to talk about his recent business acquisition – Drip. He talked about the processes he’d gone through, the adjustments he needed to make, and the biggest surprises he encountered upon taking on this new business venture. It is rare to get access to such a high-level operator and to get Clay talking about behind the scenes is an insightful treat.
Andre Chaperon is a super famous master of email marketing and autoresponders, and in this 3-part podcast series, he shared the principles and strategies that drove his success. ARM (Auto Responder Madness) is still the benchmark email training. Andre and James are close friends and he rarely appears on other people’s shows,
We hope you enjoyed these posts and we look forward to bringing you more inspiring and valuable content in the next year.
Let us know in the comments which content from 2016 was your favorite and why.
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