Learn from the mistakes of others!
17:8 I messed up our social media! Paid Members Public
As an agency we have not been generating the traffic, the engagement and the leads like we used to on social media. In this episode I share with you our recent discoveries, the mistakes we’ve been making and what we’ve done about it.
17:7 How to create content that gets you noticed Paid Members Public
Getting noticed helps you attract leads and sales. An effective PR strategy involves creating content that catches peoples attention.
17:6 How to write better proposals Paid Members Public
Sending a compelling proposal helps your agency win business. Actually writing one is another story. What do you write in your proposal? How do you structure it? How can you save time writing it?
17:5 How to improve your SEO Paid Members Public
Confession – I had not been taking SEO seriously enough… that is until something happened that blew me away. (Listen to today’s episode to find out what). Kyle VanDusen as a result connected me with today’s guest, Chris Castillo for him to share his story and lessons he has learned along the way.
17:4 How community helps agency growth Paid Members Public
Without connecting with community, peers and other friends, your agency could be missing out on ideas, strategies and partners that will help your business grow and thrive.
17:3 An introduction to messenger marketing Paid Members Public
Email marketing is tough! Conversions can be very low for a lot of effort. Mikael from ManyChat introduces us to “Messenger Marketing”, a way to connect with your audience on the platforms they use that has increadibly high conversion rates.
17:2 How to sell without selling Paid Members Public
We meet the Marketing Manager of 93digital, an exciting WordPress Agency based in London. He shares insights into agency life, as well as how they generate leads through providing valuable information in multiple formats.
17:1 You have the competitive edge Paid Members Public
Phil noticed that huge global agencies are hurting. They are losing large projects to much smaller agencies and consultancies. Noting this was due to flexibility, speed and price, Phil wanted to be on the right side of history launched his creative agency.