Posts Tagged ‘business strategy’

70: Anyone Can Be A Successful Entrepreneur With Tony Whatley

Ever thought becoming a millionaire is just childs’ play? For Tony Whatley, author of bestselling book, SideHustle Millionaire it was exactly that! Tony grew up playing with cars, but when he took his love for cars online in the form of an online community, it grew to become the largest in the industry with 160,000 registered members and over 100,000 unique visitors per day.

In this episode, Tony, who emits a 365 driven attitude and a strong passion for helping others succeed, uncovers some of the common mistakes that prevent people from actualizing their dreams and monetizing their passions. We also discuss his struggle of being too focused on quality, and an innovative solution to help get his dream of an online course off the ground, and on the road to perfection.

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69: ABCs of Outsourcing Staff with Aaron Klein

You can find an Indian or Phillipino assistant online for a fraction of the price of a local secretary. But, how do you know if they are reliable? Will the effort involved in training them be worth the financial saving?

In this episode, Aaron Klein, CEO of Work Assisted, an outsourcing company, explains the ABCs of outsourcing from how to find the right people and communicate expectations clearly, to managing your passwords and online security. Whether you are a solopreneur working from your bed, or a manager of a company with multiple employees, this episode will have something of value for you.

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68: Ghost Blogging: The Good, The Bad, and The Foolish with Dayne Shuda (Part 1)

So you’ve got your website up and now it’s time to bring in the traffic. Is blogging the best way to go? Will all those keywords really help your site to rank on Google?

In this episode, Dayne Shuda, owner of Ghost Blog Writers, opens up the big black SEO box, explaining all you need to know, including what short-tail and long-tail keywords are, how to do organic SEO and when it’s worth it to invest in a blog for your website. He also shares his struggle of finding loyal writers for his business, as well as some of his successful business processes such as his intake form for filtering applicants.

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68: Ghost Blogging: The Good, The Bad, and The Foolish with Dayne Shuda

So you’ve got your website up and now it’s time to bring in the traffic. Is blogging the best way to go? Will all those keywords really help your site to rank on Google?

In this episode, Dayne Shuda, owner of Ghost Blog Writers, opens up the big black SEO box, explaining everything you need to know including what short-tail and long-tail keywords are, how to do organic SEO and when it’s worth it to invest in a blog for your website. He also shares his struggle of finding loyal writers for his business, as well as some of his successful business processes such as his intake form for filtering applicants.

Join us for an episode packed with value!

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67: Building a Consulting Firm with Carey Rome

While still in high school, Carey Rome decided that he wanted to own his own business. Seeing that, his Dad told him to go and speak to his uncle who told him the following: It doesn’t matter if you’re doing really well or you’re doing really poorly. If you have to have someone tell you, your business is at risk.

From there, Carey ended up working at the largest CPA and advisory firm in the world at the time before opening up his own firm in 2005. In this episode, Carey shares the ups and downs of going out on his own, plus his struggle of developing an MVP which ended up being his biggest business success- and biggest headache.

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