038: Q&A With Dan! Yoast, YouTube SEO, Working For Free? How I’d Ask GaryVee To Be On This Show
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How would YOU go about asking someone like Gary Vaynerchuck to be on your Podcast? Well I’m going to answer that question today. That’s right, I kicked everyone out of my studio, signed out of Skype and recorded a solo episode. I was actually nervous, but once I got started it went pretty nicely I thought. Completely […]

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The Ecommerce Influence Podcast: Advanced Acquisition and Retention Strategies for Fast-Growing Online Brands
The Ecommerce Influence Podcast: Advanced Acquisition and Retention Strategies for Fast-Growing Online Brands
Austin Brawner & Andrew Foxwell: Ecommerce Marketing Experts
292: iOS 14 and Facebook Ads: What You Need to Know and Implement ASAP
Apple’s recent championing of consumer privacy means your ad data is never going to be the same. If you’re an eCommerce business owner, you’ve likely been swept up in the confusion around iOS 14 and Facebook ads. Andrew Foxwell from Foxwell Digital is back on today’s show to unpack what this means for you and your business. We’ll be diving into the iOS 14 release and the implications it’ll have on Facebook advertising. We’ll also discuss the tools you’ll need in place for this shift and how you can optimize your ads for this new normal. If your business relies heavily on Facebook advertising, you can’t miss this episode. Enjoy! Episode Highlights * 5:21 The current state of Facebook advertising and what you need to know about iOS 14 * 7:47 Apple’s new positioning around consumer privacy and how it will affect your advertising * 9:56 How Apple will control the floodgates of information * 12:52 What we know is changing between iOS 14 and Facebook ads * 16:05 The upside to these changes within Facebook * 18:24 What the upcoming data delay will mean for you * 21:42 8 must-have events to set up to prepare for the new normal * 25:40 How to set up and customize your new events * 28:58 Don’t get taken advantage of: A word of caution when searching for help * 32:05 Who is going to be most affected by these changes * 37:57 The tools Facebook and Apple are working on to help you Links and Resources: * Foxwell Digital Blog: Facebook’s Conversions API (CAPI) and How to implement it with your Shopify site * Foxwell Digital Blog: What's Working (and what's not) in a Post-iOS14 World * Foxwell Digital Blog: Facebook Advertising FAQs * Podcast 278: Facebook’s New Conversions API & Why You Need To Install It Before The New Year * Brand Growth Experts * The Coalition * Foxwell Digital * andrew@foxwelldigital.com * @a_brawn on Twitter * @andrewfoxwell on Twitter * Review or subscribe on iTunes
44 min
SaaS Growth Stacking - with Dan Martell
SaaS Growth Stacking - with Dan Martell
Dan Martell
How To Raise Successful Kids To Be Winners
Check Out: My Integrated Life Micro-Doc - http://bit.ly/2Z5hSvM -- As a 3x successful business-owner and founder, my biggest fears about having kids were: * I would be an absent father * I would accidentally raise entitled kids Those two thoughts made me sweat. I was terrified. I was good at business... but what about being a good father? What if I messed it up? I thought maybe my obsessive drive meant I shouldn’t ever have children. Kids aren’t something you can quit if it goes wrong. So when my wife Renée fell pregnant, it lit a burning need in me to get good at the one thing I felt afraid of. I NEEDED to be an authentic and present father for my children. I had to get good at this. I hired the best mentors, coaches and parenting experts, I took the classes, read the books… I trained. Hard. And I’m not perfect. Many of my lessons weren’t taught to me from a book, they were learned from mistakes. But today I’d like to share a new video with the most valuable lessons I can offer you. Here is how to raise successful kids to be winners. My kids are the biggest blessing that’s ever happened to me. I wasn’t expecting it… I was so afraid about not giving them the right life that I never stopped to think about how much love and light they would bring into mine When Renée got pregnant, we were living in San Francisco and I had just closed a round of $1.6M in funding for my company Clarity. 3 months after the birth of our first son we found out we were having another. Max and Noah are 11 months apart, and I LOVE my boys with all my heart. That’s why this video is so important to me. I’m proud to say I overcame my fears and I am 100% a family man AND an entrepreneur at the same time. But the only way I got there was by truly living the lessons I discovered and shared in today’s video. Check it out and drop a comment with your best parenting advice. We all could use it. -- Dan Martell is a serial entrepreneur, an investor in 40+ startups like Intercom, Udemy, and Unbounce and the creator of SaaS Academy, helping over 500 B2B SaaS founders scale faster. He’s founded five SaaS companies and successfully exited three of them. If you want to scale faster without hitting the usual roadblocks, make sure to follow him on Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn & Twitter. Check Out: My Integrated Life Micro-Doc - http://bit.ly/2Z5hSvM
15 min
Marketing Trends
Marketing Trends
Mission
Leveling Up: Simple Steps Marketers Can Take To Move Their Careers to the Next Level
Eric Siu likes to say he was never successful athletically. And while he might have struggled between the lines, there was one arena in which he thrived: the digital one. Eric always found comfort when it came to video games, where for years, he dominated as a successful esports player. For Eric, success in gaming was rooted in the mindset that failure was his and his alone, but that regardless of the struggle, the next level was always within reach..That mantra is something he still follows today. _“I think marketers have to understand that there are levels to everything, and _there are_ levels of your career, _there are_ levels to when you're working out, and _there are_ levels of games. If you can reframe life into a game, if you can reframe business into a game, it just becomes a lot easier and a lot more fun.”_ Eric is an investor, founder and advisor to companies. He is also the Chairman of the digital marketing agency, Single Grain. On this episode of Marketing Trends, Eric dives into what it means to have a leveling-up mindset and some of the steps that marketers can take to move up in their careers. Plus, Eric details the two key areas marketers should be honing in on when it comes to optimizing their website. Main Takeaways: * Built for Speed: When you’re trying to optimize your website for search, you have to be thinking about the things that matter most, which are content and links. Part of having good content is having a great user experience, and that means having a fast website. Always be thinking about how you can make your website faster and easier to consume. * The Right Mix: It’s important when you are sourcing talent to find the right mix of employees who can excel in multiple areas. It might sound simple, but it’s not. Most marketers are not great product people and the same can be said for product personnel. Look for people who can manage both sides of the coin. * The Long Game: At the end of the day, you have to always be thinking about long-term success and not what is happening in the short-term. Constantly be thinking about where you can get the most untapped potential and then leverage that into something that will benefit you in the long-term. --- Marketing Trends podcast is brought to you by Salesforce. Discover marketing built on the world’s number one CRM: Salesforce. Put your customer at the center of every interaction. Automate engagement with each customer. And build your marketing strategy around the entire customer journey. Salesforce. We bring marketing and engagement together. Learn more at salesforce.com/marketing. To learn more or subscribe to our weekly newsletter, visit MarketingTrends.com.
37 min
Entrepreneur Stories 4 Inspiration
Entrepreneur Stories 4 Inspiration
Millionaire Interviews Podcast & Sir Entrepreneur Austin Peek
⭐ 085: How to Grow a Cybersecurity Startup to $20M/year (with Jonathan Cogley of Thycotic)
Jonathan Cogley is the Founder of Thycotic & a Startup Mentor (👀 his blog at Good Rain Shade). He grew up in South Africa and began his software engineering career in London where he founded Thycotic in 1996, moving Thycotic headquarters to the United States several years later. Under Jonathan’s direction, Thycotic has rapidly grown into an innovation leader in privileged account management software, used by more than 180,000 IT administrators worldwide. Want to Support the Show? Well join our Patreon Group! What's in it for you? Here's just a few of the perks of joining: (1) Instantly Schedule a Call with Austin - where he'll help you with your current or future business... (2) Discounted Pricing for Our Business Masterminds - where you can connect with other listeners... (3) Get Listed in Our Business Directory - for valuable SEO Juice... & so much more... Sign-Up Now at millionaire-interviews.com/patreon. 😀😎😍 *** For Show Notes, Key Points, Contact Info, Resources Mentioned, & the Fabulous 4 Questions on this episode visit our website: Jonathan Cogley Interview. *** Support this Podcast via Patreon Feedback? Questions? Comments? My team & I would love to hear from you! Hollar at us via: Twitter (@acpeek // @millionairepod), Instagram (@millionaire_interviews), LinkedIn (@austincpeek), Facebook (@acpeek // @millionaireinterviews), or email: austin@millionaire-interviews.com. 😀😎😍
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