It’s no secret that I’ve got a total biz crush on Amy Porterfield.
(My business wants to be as organized as hers when it grows up.)
Not only has Amy built a multi-million dollar online marketing empire by (consistently) delivering crazy valuable content to her community – she’s done it by being a genuinely NICE person all along the way. #whosaysnicegirlsfinishlast
Over the years she’s built an email list of 150k and growing, a devoted following on social media, aaand a hit podcast called Online Marketing Made Easy.
When she invited me to be a guest on said podcast earlier this summer, I could barely contain my exclamationpointitis.
I’ve done a good number of interviews in my first few years of business, and I don’t say this lightly: This is my favorite one so far.
We included a TON of great value (of course), but we also dished on more of the behind-the-scenes stories of how I built my own business to where it is now. Fun stuff.
Only makes sense to have a permanent home for it here on my own site!
ONLINE MARKETING MADE EASY EP. 74
Here’s just SOME of what you’ll learn when you tune in:
- How to write with purpose
- The value of YOUR voice (+ how to use it in your copy)
- Sales page tips (how to make it easy for people to buy from you)
- Sample blog post recipe
- Sample blog VIDEO recipe
BONUS TIP: If you’d rather not take the full 56 minutes to listen, set your podcast app to play at 1.5x speed. For every podcast you play from now on. #gamechanger
BONUS: A PRETTY PDF O’ CLASS NOTES
Also, if you’re more of a visual learner, you will LOVE this ACAC-style notebook we’ve created for you. (I may be biased, but I genuinely believe my ACAC notebooks are the prettiest digi-school supplies around.)
It includes tips on all of the above, PLUS:
- How to write a great headline in under 10 minutes
- What to do when you’re not sure what to write about
- How to avoid sharing TMI (too much information)
- How to master your mindset around copywriting
Yeah buddy. Click below to get your copy:
In the comments below, tell me:
What’s your fave tip from the episode?
Got any other copy or biz-building Qs you’d love to see covered in future posts?
Fire away :)
To great friendtors + valuable podcasts,
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