The Certified BADA$$ Online Marketing Podcast
Helping online entrepreneurs build the badass businesses of their dreams.
We’re starting a mini-series on knowing and understanding our strengths and weaknesses as we build our businesses. Today I’m asking whether you know your core competencies. We’ll cover what this means and how it fits into your life and business.
Today I’m pushing back again some conventional wisdom we often hear in the online marketing space. There’s a myth that you should sell people what they want but give them what they need. But the problem is this approach has some serious limitations.
If you’re an online entrepreneur, you need to understand the why of marketing. We’re going to break this down so you can see that simply asking “what” and “how” questions won’t work. You need to know why you’re doing what you’re doing in your marketing.
I’m excited about today’s episode, but I should warn you that I’m gonna get myself in a little trouble. There are some problems in the online marketing space, and I’m going to call them out. Our current model is broken, and we need change now.
Today’s episode should be interesting because I’m sharing the good, the bad, and the ugly about my weird August. I wanted to share my experiences with you and let you know what I’ve learned from them.
Today we’re gonna talk about some “bad news,” for online entrepreneurs and break down why it’s not such bad news after all. The bad news is that there’s no instruction manual for online business.
Today we’re going to be talking about why most webinars suck. I realize this topic is controversial and hits close to home, but it’s important. I’m sharing the 3 mistakes that entrepreneurs make with their webinars and the 3 core things your webinar should do.
Today we’re going to debrief the flash sale for BADA$$ Email Marketing we ran earlier this month. I wanted to share this so you can see what a valuable asset an email list is and learn some things that will help you grow your business.
Today we’re talking about the importance of written agreements in your business. When it comes to the legal stuff, many entrepreneurs focus on issues like copyright and trademarks. But the place where they get in trouble is they don’t have their business agreements in writing.
I’m happy to welcome Amy Porterfield for her third appearance on the podcast in today’s episode. This time, we are talking about building your business through digital mentorships and courses. We also dive into where you should start when creating digital courses for your business.
Today we’re talking about what to do AFTER building your online course. I’m not giving you some kind of one-size-fits-all guidance. I’ll tell you what I’ve been doing to give a sense of different parts of your business and what happens once you have things created.
Today we’re talking about creating quality connections. Your email list is not just a bunch of numbers and too many businesses forget that there are people on the other end of the emails. It’s time to stop thinking about numbers and refocus on building relationships.