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Thanks glad you enjoyed it - you might also enjoy the link building video that goes alongside this https://growthhackers.com/videos/ecommerce-link-building-made-easy-with-this-simple-strategy
I agree with @NissarAhamed1. This is how a case study should be done from a third party perspective. Loved how you got the calls recorded and put up.
Very cool to finally have you on, Benji!
A couple of years ago it was rare to see the nuts and bolts of the content part of content marketing ie how content is actually generated and its results, learnings etc
I think you'll do a stellar job with that - to the point that you'll are the first people that come to mind when it comes to that results-oriented/data-driven style of content marketing.
Was that approach intentional based on research/gaps you saw or did you just fall into it somehow?
If it was intentional, what can you share about your process for spotting gaps like these that clearly can lead to a lot of good things happening if you stick with it?
Tad ... This is madness! :-O
Crazy it was trending here. WoW.
Respect for airing your views ... I'm just amazed this stuff is STILL everywhere today. Baffles me!!!
The problem? People still fall for it. And if people continue to fall for it — It'll sadly always exist.
** SIGH **
Thanks for reading + commenting here, pal! :o)
Cheers Erik! :D Really glad you loved it ... It was fascinating research to conduct! :o)
Those Corsadyl ads are so bad — The product is actually great (I used it before the shock tactics); there's really no need for scaremongering!
Such a shame... :-(
** Darth Vader Laughs Menacingly **
The way customers feel about brands is very much the result of how brands treat them — Just like relationships 'in real life'! :)))
People first, revenue second ... Because revenue comes anyway, if you put people first! <3
This isn't my guide so I can't tell you how successful the author is on Pinterest. Richard says he has four accounts and all are doing very well- and I believe him.
As for me? my Printerest account is one week old. This tells you everything.
In fact, I created itt as I was reading this guide. It was a way for me to process the info and really internalize it. Now I can say that I'm a Pinterest newbie, but with knowledge on what to do next.
Here's a secret- you're reading a comment from a future "Pinterest influencer"
I said it's a secret so... don't tell a soul!
So your experience is that most people don't click through, but rather spread spam without reading?
First, that is something out of our control, so don't worry about it.
Second, some people do find their way to your website So they must be curious and it's a chance for you to build relationships with them.
Also, Pinterest is really low-effort traffic channel.
All it takes is one 30m session at the beginning of the week, where you can source/schedule your next hundred or so pins, and your set (it's what I like best- being social on so many channels is a chore for me)
And all traffic that comes through feels like an unexpected bonus- for such small effort.
One of my favorite takeaways from this piece -- the best way to create unique, standout content is to leverage personal experience.
Seems like a great answer to the question people ask - "what is quality content"?
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