Episode 489 – How To Join The Conversation In Your Customer’s Mind with David Garfinkel

David Garfinkel is author of “Breakthrough Copywriting” and known among insiders as “The World’s Greatest Copywriting Coach.” He’s worked with direct-marketing-oriented business owners in dozens of industries, and is currently a copywriting consultant to the largest direct-response-driven business in America, Agora Financial. He’s also host of the Copywriters Podcast, and a big fan of bacon…

Episode 471 – Books Are Not Just For Paper Anymore And Why YOU Should Write One with Heidi Thorne

Dr. Heidi Thorne, MBA/DBA, is a business speaker and author with over 25 years of combined experience in sales and advertising, including over 15 years as editor and advertising director of a trade newspaper covering the plumbing and mechanical contracting trades. In addition to two advanced business degrees (MBA/DBA), Heidi also has five years of experience teaching at the college level. Her business, Thorne Communications LLC, was also a promotional products distributor for 17 years.

Heidi has been an active blogger since 2010, and is the author of several business print books, eBooks, and audio books on small business and self publishing. Her goal is to help authors avoid embarrassing and expensive mistakes when self publishing.

As a professional business speaker, Heidi has done presentations on sales, social media, and self publishing with many business associations and chambers of commerce. She now hosts a regular audio and video podcast, The Heidi Thorne Show, where she discusses self publishing news and views. Heidi has also been a guest on many podcasts and educational webinars over the years. As well, she shares her knowledge and experience through her online courses on Udemy.

Episode 449 – Convincing Your Audience That Water Is Wet? Why Writing Matters In Marketing with Tomo Albanese

Priding himself on transparency, honesty, and consistency, Tomo is a content and copy veteran, with over a decade’s worth of experience. Tomo has worked with names such as Shawn Casey, Tom Bell, Mark Victor Hansen, Robert Allen, Ryan Moran, and Perry Belcher, selling over $16.5 million dollars worth of information products. He currently runs his unique content company, WordsRWeapons, which works with Fortune 500 companies and even some smaller businesses to generate quality content at affordable rates.

Focusing on creating a positive environment for talented writers, Tomo manages to maintain an elite team that can write on any topic. This allows WordsRWeapons to act as a virtual writing department that grows and shrinks according to your business’s needs.

Having earned a reputation for transparency and integrity, I have enjoyed working with professionals like Shawn Casey, Tom Bell, Mark Victor Hansen, Robert Allen, Ryan Moran, and Perry Belcher, I have sold more than $16.5 Million in products and services. I have found there is no substitute for living with intention. While homeless, I learned that being happy happens only by helping others. We all have more in common than not.

Episode 445 – Communicating From A Point Of Love Vs Fear with Michele PW

Michele PW (Pariza Wacek) is the best-selling author of the “Love-Based Business” series of books that share how to sell more with love and build a solid, profitable business on a foundation of love. In addition, she owns a copywriting and marketing company that has sold nearly $50M worth of products and services for her clients over the past 8 years. In her spare time, she also writes and publishes psychological thrillers/mystery/suspense novels.

Episode 381 – Who Is The Villain And Hero In Your Marketing Copy with Nathan Fraser

Nathan is the co-host of the copywriters podcast with David Garfinkel. He’s a professional copywriter and marketing consultant. He’s also a functioning facebook addict.

Because of his non-traditional views and background, he’s become known as the High Priest of Propaganda.

You can find out more about him at copyandfunnels.com
Because of his non-traditional views and background, he’s become known as the High Priest of Propaganda.

You can find out more about him at copyandfunnels.com

Episode 372 – What Is The Perfect Marketing Strategy For Your Business? Part 4 – Telling Your Story

Telling your story or your customer’s stories is one of the best ways to create a connection with your perfect audience. That is what Content Marketing is all about. You have to find a compelling way to create an emotional connection with people who care about what you have experience and how it can help…

Episode 346 – How to Get Paid More By Working With Virtual Assistants

What did you do with your 168 hours, 10,000 minutes or 600,000 seconds last week? Chances are you spent 1/3rd working, 1/3rd sleeping, and 1/3rd on everything else. “Work to your strengths and hire to your weaknesses” is one of my favorite sayings. I use VA’s to handle tasks like proofreading, blog posting, and email…

Episode 306 – Plagiarism is NOT Flattery… It’s Stealing And Illegal!

Have you ever heard the phrase, “Imitation is the highest form of flattery!”? But outright copying and pasting content from somewhere to your blog or content marketing is plagiarism and stealing. That happened to me just a week or so ago. I was alerted by TalkWalker.com that my name was being used on a website. This is…

Episode 303 – Consistent Content Creation with Jeff Herring

Jeff began using articles to build his Relationship Coaching practice in 1994 with a syndicated article column in the local newspaper in Tallahassee, Fla. This filled his practice locally, and when the column became internationally syndicated, it filled his practice from all over the world. Jeff’s students and clients discover how to create more content…

Episode 282 – Managing Your Messages – Are You Reaching The Right Audience?

Are you one of those people that have a tough time creating your own marketing messages? I am! It’s been five years since I updated my website content which makes me truly the Cobbler who’s kids who have holes in their shoes. I recommend that you do a complete website refresh every three years, but it…