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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Archive for the 'Digital marketing strategy' Category

Unhustled 5-day Challenge Underway #ad

Create A 6-Figure “Unhustled” Business While Still Having a Life Sean Donahoe has been coaching a private group of students for the last year in his “6-Figure Freedom” program. In this coaching, Donahoe has shown his students how they can create a genuine 6-Figure business without: • paid ads, • complex funnels, • experience • or even a website. Many of them have no tech skills, have no website and have little or no success in the past. With Donahoe’s coaching, many of them (they may not be typical) are having remarkable success. For example, some are even... [...]

Don’t hustle so much. There’s a better way #ad

Today is the first day of of the “Exit the Hustle” Challenge with marketing experts, Sean Donahoe and his partner, Phil Newton. It’s not too late to get in on the free 5-week mini-training: Unhustled 5-day Challenge. When you sign up you can earn points toward the prizes they are offering to participants . The prizes are great, but the training is even better. Today’s agenda: ► What it means to be UnHustled and why “Hustling and Grinding” is not effective. ► Defining your personal path to success (Charting the destination of your perfect future) ► Developing the financial... [...]

Today: Sean Donahoe’s Unhustled Six-Figure Freedom Pre-launch #ad

Our long-time readers know the name Sean Donahoe, the creator of many software and training products for online marketers. Today, he begins promoting his latest tool for successful online marketing, Unhustled 6-Figure Freedom. He is starting the promotion with what he calls his 5-day Challenge. For the next 5 days, he will challenge you to re-think your marketing process and re-design it so that you don’t have to hustle so hard. Sign up for the challenge here: “Exit the Hustle” Challenge. His introductory webinar for the Challenge starts at 2:00 PM Eastern. It will be a good learning... [...]

The 2 Keys to a Media and Marketing Strategy [Video]

Entrepreneur magazine has published a video titled ‘The 2 Keys to a Media and Marketing Strategy’ featuring Greg Rollett. For your comfort we have embedded the video here. The Entrepreneur team says, “In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Greg Rollett breaks down the two most important words to his business — constancy and consistency. You might not necessarily think of these as positives in marketing or in business. No one wants to be bombarded a million times a day with the same rote messages and advertisements. But, Rollett’s strategy is based around consistent... [...]

Craft a Great Marketing Strategy with this Information

An effective marketing strategy helps marketers win the game. With the availability of so many channels an integrated strategy is required to achieve marketing success. Entrepreneur writer Samuel Edwards has shared seven pieces of information that can help marketers build a successful marketing strategy. On importance of doing a research on the right audience, Edwards says, “You’ll also need to know your target audience, and I mean really know them. It’s not enough to make a reasonable guess about who might be interested in your product; you need to prove, with research and objective... [...]

‘10 biggest game changers in digital marketing of 2015′ – ‘Mashable’

Scott Gerber says, “Technology is changing quickly, and as a business owner, you need to be one step ahead. From exciting developments in machine learning to Google’s increased focus on mobile SEO, companies big and small need to seize the opportunity to step up their digital profiles and market smarter. This year in particular has been momentous for companies and marketers more generally. To find out which trends are going to have the most impact, I asked 10 members of Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) what new developments they see having an influence on business for the remainder... [...]

‘16-Step Blueprint to Master Your Digital Marketing in 2016’ – ‘Entrepreneur’ Blog

Jason Parks says, ““Most people overestimate what they can do in one year and underestimate what they can do in 10 years.” Entrepreneurs might politely disagree with the aforementioned quote from Bill Gates. There is a heck of a lot that you can accomplish in just 365 days, especially when you are sacrificing your weekend mornings or late evenings at the coffee shop pouring your heart and soul into your business. What if I told you that you could make the year 2016 wildly successful for your business? I’m talking Taylor Swift successful – according toMSN, she raked in $1 million... [...]

‘The Evolution of Digital Marketing’ by Jay Baer

Baer says, “Digital marketing education is changing, and we’re changing too. Starting today, we are completely overhauling our email. Starting today, we are launching…. Definitive: High grade digital marketing guidance, topically sorted, and curated to the max. Each day (M-Th) we select a topic and provide you the 3 best resources about that topic from across the Web. Resources we feature in Definitive may be: e-books videos recorded Webinars blog posts”. The Evolution of Digital Marketing Jay Baer’s ‘Convince & Convert’ Blog  [...]

‘3 digital marketing strategies for making ads more relevant’ – ‘Mashable’

Tessa Wegert says, “Relevance. In digital marketing, it’s what brands covet and what publishers strive to provide. Relevance is the driving force behind behavioral marketing, contextual advertising, native — and virtually everything in between. A recent study from Cisco on shopping behavior found that the majority of consumers welcome — and even expect — hyper-relevant content and special offers from retailers. A similar survey from Accenture found 49% of consumers “would not object to having their buying behavior tracked” if it would allow brands to deliver more relevant... [...]

‘Digital Marketing: What is a 21st century brand?’ – MarketingSherpa Blog

Daniel Beulah says, “What is a brand? Specifically, what is a brand in the 21st century, when we have the ability to converse directly with our customers? Is it a product, a culture, a destination, service or ingredient? Or is it something more metaphysical? Steven Jones said in his book, Brand Like a Rockstar, that, Brands are so much bigger than business, logos, names and locations. Brands go deeper, beneath the visible surface and exist in the mind. Brands are essentially perceptions and emotions. They are feelings and associations that come from interacting with a product or service. A brand... [...]