#131: Interview With Podcast Answer Man Cliff Ravenscraft [Podcast]

This week I have my good friend Cliff Ravenscraft on the show – yes, the Podcast Answer Man himself will join us and we’ll discuss the future of podcasting and what it means for those building a platform.

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I know you were expecting Five Destructive Habits That Will Wreck Your Life, but this is a good programming change. Trust me. We have a BIG announcement, and I’ll get you those Five Destructive Habits That Will Wreck Your Life in a couple of weeks!

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#129: Write Faster, Write Better [Podcast]

For the longest time, when asked how quickly I can turnaround a writing project, my answer has been: “I can write better than anybody who can write faster, and I can write faster than anybody who can write better.”

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I recently discovered the person who originally penned that phrase: American journalist A.J. Liebling, who wrote primarily for The New Yorker. The reason I think this  quote rings true for many writers is actually a secret of the trade. Writing faster makes you a better writer.

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#126: 5 Fatal Flaws Of Free Content [Podcast]

If you give away free content as part of a “Content Marketing” strategy, it’s important to know wthat you should not give away everything. If you give away the wrong stuff, you’ll never make any money.

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In today’s episode I you get the “5 Fatal Flaws Of Free Content” – and how to avoid them.

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#125: How To Get What You Want [Podcast]

Have you ever known anyone who just never seems to get what they want in life? They make lots of plans but things never seen to pan out well? I believe there are 5 requirements for getting successful outcomes in any area.

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In today’s episode I will share the 5 Requirements, and explain how you can put them to work starting today.

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#123: How To Write Emails That Get Response [Podcast]

I hear this complaint a lot: “People don’t respond to emails anymore. It’s like they don’t read them, or don’t have enough courtesy to write back.” Usually the person doing the complaining will then expand on how Western society is crumbling around our ears.

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Rather than spend our time complaining about how inconsiderate people have become, I suggest learning how to write emails that demand a response.

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#122: Titans Of Direct Response Marketing [Podcast]

Last week we focused on writing powerful, persuasive copy. This week I’m bringing you an interview with a leader in the direct response marketing world – and the guy who has hired almost all the great living direct response copywriters.

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This is a rare interview with Brian Kurtz of Boardroom, Inc.

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