Speaking Of Wealth

Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 121, from November 2013.

In this episode, Jason talks with Dan Norris, owner of WP Curve, about tips on protecting your WordPress site, as well as some common mistakes content providers make. WP Curve provides technical support for Wordpress users and owners. 

Key Takeaways:

[2:01] The business model of WP Curve

[6:32] Why websites break, when it seems like they should just work forever after they're created

[10:43] Some good products (and themes) that people should be using with WordPress

[14:04] What kind of features are smart (and not so smart) to add to your WordPress site

[16:55] How big a threat is hacking and viruses?

[21:13] Does Google have too much power?

[28:17] Typical mistakes that people with blogs make

Website:

www.WPCurve.com

Direct download: SW_299_FBF_Dan_Norris.mp3
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Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 111, from November 2013.

Mike Muhney is the CEO & Co-Founder VIPorbit Software Int'l, Inc and co-founder & co-inventor of ACT!. VIPorbit improves marketing to customers and leads through iPhone contacts. Muhney is dubbed as the father of CRM.
 
Muhney explains NRM and why he thinks it is the future of info marketing. He also discusses why social media can be bad for a company's brand.

Website:

www.VIPorbit.com

Direct download: SW_298_FBF_Mike_Muheny.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:34pm EDT

This Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 82, from July 2013.

Brian Solis is the Principal at Altimeter Group and author of, "What's the Future of Business: Changing the Way Businesses Create Experiences." He is viewed as a stellar keynote speaker.

In this interview, Solis explains a new generation of consumerism and how he is reaching Generation Connected, or Gen C. He is working on ways to improve business performance engagement and relationships for a new generation of consumerism. Solis also breaks down how digital culture is changing the landscape of business, consumerism, and the workplace.  Recently, Solis faked Tweets from notable celebrities in support of his book. He explains his thought-process.

Website:

www.BrianSolis.com

Direct download: SW_297_FBF_Brian_Solis.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:04am EDT

Today's Flash Back Friday takes us to Episode 171 from October 2014.

Jason Hartman welcomes Brian Horn of The Authority Alchemy podcast to the show. Brian has helped top celebrity entrepreneurs with their branding, search engine results, and internet marketing. In 2010, he was named 'Google Guru' by Inc Magazine and he has recently released a new book titled The Authority Mindset. He talks to Jason today about SEO and shares some important insider SEO tricks with him. 

Key Takeaways:

5:00 – Brain saw a dramatic increase in his conversions when he told people he had been featured on high-end news websites. 

8:20 – Amazon has more best-selling authors than anywhere else, because it's so easy to get into their system. 

11:00 – All people want to know is if you can help them or not. It's important to cater to that or else you won't succeed. Brain calls this, 'Educator/Advocate'. Focus on helping others succeed. 

14:40 – Focus on a specific market or niche. This helps you become an expert. 

22:00 – Ask yourself what your target customer is asking? Then target those specific keywords for them. 

25:20 – The Google Penguin update really scared Brain's clients away from SEO services. 

27:40 – Stay consistent with your message. Brain explains how you can fit into one of these fours characters to help with you brand. 

Mentioned In This Episode:

R.O.I. Marketing Secrets Revealed by Brain Horn

How to Backlink: Using the NEW Linkerati to Reach Page 1 of Google by Brian Horn

www.AuthorityAlchemy.com

www.AuthorityKickstart.com

Direct download: SW_296_FBF_Adam_Levin.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:57am EDT

Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 68, from January 2013.

As speaking expert Vickie Sullivan says, “Buyers do not want content that they’ve heard before.” So how do you offer unique content? Jason Hartman and Vickie, President of Sullivan Speaker Services, Inc., talk about what this means from a market intelligence standpoint.

There are three standards that define uniqueness in thought leaders: 1. What haven’t I heard before that I can agree with? 2. What helps me right now in real time? (Relevancy) 3. What information can change my perspective on my current reality? (Inspiration) Vickie shares some favorite branding strategies of thought leaders, such as those of Malcolm Gladwell , Jim Collins and many CEOs, discussing their approaches. She also talks about tactics that people use to get attention. Vickie and Jason talk about the difference between redefining something and reinventing, with the previous being the preferred method, drilling down to add to the conversation.

Vickie K. Sullivan, President of Sullivan Speaker Services, Inc., is internationally recognized as the top market strategist for experts who want strong brands with high-fee buyers. Since 1987, she has worked with thousands of experts in a wide variety of industries to launch their big-fee speaking, professional service, and book / product empires in highly lucrative markets. Vickie speaks and consults for clients throughout the world about selection trends in high-fee segments and strategies that position experts for those opportunities.

Website:

www.VickieSullivan.com

Direct download: SW_295_FBF_Vickie_Sullivan.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:40am EDT

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