021: Facebook Video Ads With Rick Mulready

Chances are, you’re looking for NEW ways to drive quality traffic to your site, business or blog. But it can be tough to know what direction to take or what new channel to try. Today, Rick Mulready is going to teach you all about Facebook VIDEO ads – and how they can hold great opportunity

020: Tom Critchlow On Working For Google, Escaping The SEO Vacuum & Startup Mistakes

For those of you that do not know my guest today, Tom Critchlow has a diverse background of experiences. He was Head of Search Marketing and then VP of Operations at Distilled for 4 years, worked in Google’s Creative Lab for 2 years, and has since founded Fiercely Curious – an online gallery of art

019: Analytics Explained With Annie Cushing

It’s true that there’s a LOT of misinformation out there about Analytics. It can be hard to dig through all the content out there for the right path to take. Thankfully, we have a true expert on the show today. Annie Cushing has spent over 10 years mastering, practicing and teaching analytics. In this episode

018: Johnathan Dane on PPC, Sardines vs Whales & Why CPC Doesn’t Matter

Johnathan breaks down PPC concepts in a clear, understandable way – better than almost anyone else I’ve heard. Maybe you’ve “tried” PPC in your business and though it “didn’t work”, or maybe you’ve been doing SEO and want to get into PPC, or maybe you’re looking for an additional source of high quality traffic. You’ll

017: Applying Digital Ethology To Your Content Strategy Process w/Rhea Drysdale

“What content should I create?” You may ask yourself this often, but the answer isn’t always that obvious. Rhea breaks down how applying “digital ethology” can inform your content ideas. You’ll learn what people really mean when they search Google for “how big is an eggplant?” and why that matters to your content strategy. We also

016: Taking Control Of Your Own PR w/Dmitry Dragilev

For a long time, Public Relations has been this “mysterious” activity reserved for high-profile PR companies or shady press releases. Of course some PR companies are really good at what they do (I’ve worked alongside of a few). But the truth is, YOU can take charge of many “PR” activities yourself. Enter Dmitry Dragilev, who has

015: Using Humor In Your Marketing w/Amy Harrison

Does humor sell? Well sure, think back so campaigns like the classic VW ads to Dollar Shave Club. Humor definitely works when done right. In this episode Amy Harrison will teach you how to incorporate more humor into your marketing. She’ll also give you ways to improve your copywriting – with techniques such as using

PR Formalities, Helping Or Actually Hurting?

I was very sad to just receive an email from the PR company of a brand I really wanted to feature on my Podcast. You see, I had actually emailed a specific person at this company, only to have the PR company respond. Totally didn’t get it. It’s frustrating because this was actually my least “marketing-tactic” oriented

014: Integrative Marketing For Retail Brands w/Katherine Romero

Katherine Romero was the Senior eCommerce Marketing Manager for the Deckers portfolio, including brands like UGG Australia, Teva and Sanuk. She now runs her own agency MAKA Digital helping brands build digital happiness. She also tells us how a content marketing campaign for a small cycling brand has been hit 500,000 views with less than $5,000 spent

013: Growing Blog Traffic 37x In 18 Months w/Sujan Patel

Sujan Patel is one of the most talented marketers I know. He recently helped grow WhenIWork’s traffic from 20,000 to 750,000 visitors per month in an 18 month period, all with content marketing and promotion. Find out how many one-on-one cold Skype calls he did in a one year period (it will probably surprise you!)