It’s your lucky day.
Why? Two reasons…
First, if you’ve been waiting to start your podcast show because you’re worried about all the hard work and long hours it’ll take to come up with topics, record your show, edit and mix it, get it posted to iTunes, and then market it.
Worry no more, I have one spot open at The Podcast Factory to produce your show just like I do for all the great people you see in this newsletter each week.
They love having a show because my team takes the pain out of podcasting.
Show up, record, and done.
One catch, I’m very picky about who I work with.
Find out if you qualify by watching this video.
Next, it’s Sunday and you know what that means. It’s time for the BEST of the week, scroll down to see what’s poppin’ at The Factory.
This week at “The factory”
List Building Lifestyle with Igor Kheifets
“The Big Fat Lie of Niche Marketing”
Igor asked his list building helper:
“Hey, Little Helper, which one’s more profitable:”
a) Niche market which isn’t showing much activity with ton of room for new products?
b) Niche market which is gushing with products, programs and offers already?
Find out which answer is right on this week’s show
Off the Chain Show with Doberman Dan
“Stand up comedians secret for creating moneymaking copy FAST…”
Getting started is hard.
And staring at the blank page is painful.
Not just emotionally.
So THIS secret from a grizzled copywriting veteran and former stand up comedian was a MASSIVE breakthrough for me.
“Reach: 3 things that must happen before you can sell a thing (pt3)”
You’ve got an offer that you have vetted and are ready to deliver the product or service. You have created your identity. Who you are and why people should buy from you. Now how do you get it out there?
On this show Michelle talks about character hacks, and this is something that has always baffled her because she came from a tradition of being taught what character is.
Antipreneur with Ben Settle
“How to turn garbage into profitable emails”
Let me tell you a lil’ ditty about pounding out emails.
Several years ago, one of my business partners at the time wanted to challenge elBenbo to a game of wits. He wanted to know if I was “for real” with this whole email shin-dig, and wanted to test me on it.
So, here’s what he did:
He wrote out 21 random life situations and said “turn each into an email.”
I looked at his list, snickered at how easy it would be, and proceeded to rattle off an email theme/idea/story for each of his silly little situations. It took me about 4 minutes. And, I wrote them all down and packaged them into a product (a product you can buy via my podcast website or as a 1-click upsell to “Email Players”).