I'm Jon Morrow, and this is Break Through the Noise, a podcast where I show you how to stand out in a world where people are already inundated with content, where they are distracted by an endless stream of notifications from social media and their cell phones, and somehow, someway, you have to get their attention and make them listen. It's a battle, it's a war, and this is the podcast that shows you how to win, not just grabbing their attention for a moment, but turning people into lifelong fans who hang on your every word so you or your company or your clients never have to break through the noise again.
Anyone who has tried starting a blog has seen how complicated it is. It’s more difficult now than ever before. Should you go for it, or has the opportunity passed you by? If you’ve been agonizing over the decision, today you get your answer. Make sure to hit subscribe and leave a review. Subscribers rock!
Neil Patel is a crazy-successful digital marketing influencer, the brain behind Ubersuggest, and my former boss. Like many influencers, he has worked with ghostwriters to produce the massive amount of content on his sites. Today Neil Patel talks about why he started working with ghostwriters, how to get the best content from them, and why he doesn't work with them anymore. Be sure to subscribe and leave a review. It’s how we grow and keep offering you great episodes.
“It’s not what you know, it’s who you know." Question is, how do you make those connections? I’ll teach you three hacks you can execute from the comfort of your own home without seeing anyone face-to-face.
Speaking of connections, I have some great interviews coming up - the world's #1 SEO expert, one of the most powerful female podcasters on the Internet, and the public speaking coach whose clients paid up to $1 million for a single speaking engagement. Hit subscribe so you don't miss a thing.
Getting website traffic is overwhelming. Dozens of different, complicated techniques. Nobody agrees which works best. You just know increasing traffic is never free. Should you sink time into becoming an expert or money into acquiring an expert? Which has the best ROI? The answer…think like an investor, not a treasure hunter
You may have heard "you go rich in your niche" but as a blogger or a content marketer, your job is to cast a wide net, to catch people before they are even aware of their opportunities. Data proves that the most successful people are the ones talking about the same few topics as everyone else. Here's how you can use the same strategy to succeed.
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Creative people don’t get a job because they want to. They think it’s their only option. There is a $412b industry for creative people that most people don't even know about. It’s not a dream. It’s a reality.
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You may have never heard of Rachel Miller, but in my opinion, she is the smartest facebook person in the world. She's used facebook to drive tens of millions of visitors to her pages for free. That's right. No ads. No payment for traffic. How does she do it? In my first guest interview, she's going to tell you how you can get started from scratch.
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Today's unique content is applicable whether you're a beginner or an advanced blogger. If I could go back to the beginning of my writing career to tell my younger self the three biggest things I would learn in 10 years of blogging, these are the lessons I would share to put myself on the right path. If you want to know how to make people care, how to model yourself after the masters, and how to stand out in the competitive world of writing, keep listening.
If you're a beginner and you don't have connections, you might feel like you can't compete. It's not a hopeless situation. In this episode, we're going to get really practical and dive into step-by-step tactics for beginning without a large platform.
Breaking through the noise is one of the most intimidating problems we run up against. A lot of beginners feel like they are too small to even compete. But here's the question: If you have a message to spread...are you going to let intimidation hold you back? Accomplishing incredible things is about unthinking, irrational defiance and flipping the bird to feelings of self-doubt.