Tag: Marketing

Episode 229, Power Up Your Virtual Event, With Ryan Levesque: Top Tips For 2021.

To kick off a new year, Roland Frasier talks to Ryan Levesque, the Inc. 500 CEO of The ASK Method® Company, and the #1 national best-selling author of Ask. He is also a co-founder and investor in bucket.io®, a leading marketing funnel software for entrepreneurs.
Roland and Ryan discuss how 2020 impacted him, and the surprising opportunities he un-earthed. Plus, if you’re planning or considering hosting virtual events for 2021, then this episode will be a helpful brainstorm as you consider the year ahead. Ryan breaks down how they’ve been tweaking their virtual events for maximum user satisfaction. 

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Episode 225: Jay Abrahams Biggest Takeaways From 2020.

Now it’s Jay Abraham’s turn to enlighten us with what he’s learned in 2020 and what he will be taking from this year into 2021.“I lost many millions. It was heartbreaking for about a day. And then you realize nobody cares. So you might as well, you know, shift. I don’t like the word pivot because I think it’s been beaten up, but I think you have to find a new way of thinking. That’s all”. Jay Abraham.

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Episode 207, When To Walk Away From Your Business (Even When It’s Profitable) And Start Over, With Michael and Roslyn Rozbruch.

In Today’s episode, we talk about Partnerships that went bad, launching when you don’t know what you’re doing, scaling, and pivoting. Listen through to the end for some nuggets of wisdom from Mike on Fear and Roz’s insight on partnering with your significant other. You may not love talking or thinking about Taxes, but Mike and Roslyn Rozbruch are thriving in this space, and talk to Roland Frasier about their journey together as founders of the Tax and Business Solutions Academy, and RozStrategies.com

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Episode 204: A Four-Step Strategy For Writing Copy That Always ‘Works’, With Craig Clemens.

Would you benefit if your copy and your conversations always resonated and had the desired impact? After hitting 200 episodes and 1 Million downloads, we’ve had a look back at some of our most loved and most listened to episodes. This one was worth re-sharing for our new listeners. Our guest, Craig Clemens, shares a golden formula to make your message resonate with a solid 4-step strategy for writing copy that always works.

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Episode 194, 101 Touchpoints To Target For An Air-Tight Customer Experience, With Roland Frasier

Have you taken a close look at the TouchPoints that make up YOUR Customer Experience? Customer experience is more critical in 2020 than Product or Price (See episode 190), so you might want to zoom in and examine where your customer is experiencing YOUR brand. In this short episode, Roland walks you through a master list that you can hand down to your team or dive into yourself.

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Episode 152, How To Reach Your Dream Customer And Top Traffic Secrets From The King of Funnels, Russell Brunson

Russell Brunson is the Co-founder of ClickFunnels which helps tens of thousands of entrepreneurs get their message out into the marketplace. He’s built a huge Entrepreneurial following and has written several books, including a new release, ‘Traffic Secrets.’ Listen today if you’re looking at alternative ways to get traffic to your business (other than Facebook)!

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Amanda Powell

Amanda is the Director of Marketing at DigitalMarketer, where she helps drive the mission to double the size of 10,000 businesses. She’s lived and worked in Austin for the last six years, implementing marketing and content strategies for local businesses and large software companies alike. With a background in journalism, she’s focused on helping professionals grow themselves and their businesses by asking the right questions and launching the right campaigns.

Ralph Burns

Ralph Burns is the CEO of Tier 11, a digital advertising agency that specializes in helping businesses scale through Facebook advertising. Ralph’s agency manages a portfolio of Facebook advertising customer accounts in over 30 industries with an annual spend in excess of $40 million.