Over 200K views.
Several first-page Google rankings.
1,400 clicks to Traffic Generation Café and my Facebook fan page.
Over 400 new Facebook fans.
My second largest referral traffic source.
I bet you’ve landed on this page searching for answers about WordPress pings, possibly (secretly?) hoping it just might be the golden ticket to your blog being discovered and loved by the world… Well, maybe not quite so dramatic, but nonetheless… Let me ask you this: have you noticed yet how hard it is to find any current information…
Have you noticed how ridiculously popular online courses are right now?
More and more people are building 6- and even 7-figure businesses selling education products. Yet they aren’t trained marketers, seasoned entrepreneurs, or top experts.
Quite the opposite, actually – they’re regular people who found a way to make a living by teaching others what they know… at scale.
Are you putting off creating and selling your own course?
NOW is the best time to stop thinking about it, and do it!
Warning: halfway through this post, you may not want to have anything to do with me.
Or with any other marketer on the face of the planet.
Because this is a rant about relationship marketing, influencer marketing, and lies.
(Sounds exciting, right? Just make sure you read all the way to the end. It might redeem it – and us marketers.)
Influencer marketing makes sense… in theory.
However, taking it to YOUR business and making it work for YOUR message, product, or service is a completely different story.
In this post, guest author Jonathan Spektor will show you how his wife Elissa took just one of the influencer marketing strategies and applied it to her jewelry business – with LOVE.
Do you ever feel like the world is a movie with you as the main character and everyone else playing supporting roles (your family, friends) or extras (the rest of the world)?
Sure you do – you are human. You might’ve never thought about it in those terms, but the point is clear: each and every one of us is the axis of the universe as far as we are concerned.
So let’s take that thought and apply it to the topic of today’s post: influencer marketing and how to be memorable.
Afew months ago, I didn’t know Adam (Connell) from Adam. Then I started getting WordPress trackbacks from his blog – notifications that he linked to my blog posts. Of course, I went to check him out and, once I saw his content, I became a fan. Since then, Adam has been featured in several blog posts…