What’s actually important when it comes to the Dennis Yu’s pedigree is not what most people would say is important. Dennis says the best measure of his authority is the thousands of successful students and clients who are “killing it” in online business following the Facebook ads strategy he developed.
From national spelling bee competitor to high school dropout, Dennis decided early on he was going to be a successful entrepreneur. He’s done quite a good job of making friends and influencing people in the process, considering one of the clients whose Facebook strategies his team manages is the Golden State Warriors.
In today’s podcast, Joe and Matt dig into the three step Facebook funnel that delivers “magical” results following a simple, proven process. If you’ve ever felt the overwhelm of figuring out how to drive new traffic through the know, like and trust phases of growing a business, this is the episode for you. If you want more insight into social ad strategies check out this LinkedIn episode with Trevor Turnbull and this Pinterest chat with Stefan Ciancio.
The best things in life are free, but the second best things in life are really expensive.”- Dennis Yu
The Standards of Excellence by Logan Young
Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson
Want to know how to look like you’re everywhere online when someone is searching for what you’ve got to offer? Today you get to take a peek at the exact system we use to make money with our set it and almost forget it paid and organic traffic (as a byproduct) strategy.
Tired of the confusion about where to find quality leads for your products? Ever wondered how much and where to spend your ad dollars? Do you cringe when trying to sort out Google’s algorithm that will allow you to rank as a trusted resource people want to throw their money at? Our proprietary system makes it easy and totally doable.
Tune in to get the goods on how we built our own brand so we’re always top of mind to folks who’re in the business of online marketing...And that’s after only reading one piece of our content too. Not a bad way to build authority, is it?
For your added listening pleasure, tune in to this podcast with Chris Mercer to get a leg up on using Google Analytics. Also, read up on Matt’s content marketing tips in this post for more actionable advice on finding and driving quality traffic to your product solution.
It’s our job on these podcasts to show you that there’s a completely different way of working and living that this whole system...of going to a day job or if you’re an entrepreneur to do all this work and hustle, hustle, hustle, grind, grind, grind...There’s a better way.”- Joe Fier
What do you want to be when you grow up the son of a tax attorney who invests business capital with entrepreneurs? This cast of characters that freely pursued their passions, unchained from an office desk was exactly the group Roland Frasier decided to emulate.
Interestingly enough, Roland’s entrepreneurial path developed into a highly strategic buying, selling and scaling business. He started in real estate, moved on to accounting school and got his law degree all while building his assets. Turning down the opportunity to continue his law degree with a specialization in securities was one of the most prolific decisions he made in pursuit of his non-desk jockey childhood aspiration.
Need proof? Roland is a co-founder or principal of three of Inc. Magazine's current fastest growing companies and he’s responsible for creating, scaling or selling 24 different 7 to 9 figure businesses with adjusted sales ranging from $3 million to $337 million.
While this episode will definitely result in a “Round 2” follow-up it’s so packed full, listen in as Joe and Matt learn about the growth idea scorecard system Roland and his partners at Digital Marketer use every day to determine the best business opportunities to pursue. If business systems are all the rage for you right now, be sure to check out this podcast episode with Matt and Joe and this one with AJ Roberts.
You give and help people out without any expectation of anything in return and it just always comes back 100 fold.”- Roland Frasier
Act on these and more advanced level strategies to bloom your earnings and diversify your revenue streams. Learn how we can help you do it.
This three-time New York Times best-selling author didn’t take the traditional route to the top of the stock market. In fact, Phil Town actually started his humble career as a portfolio manager and value-investing master as a Grand Canyon tour guide looking to escape the cold autumn nights inside his teepee in Flagstaff.
Phil definitely became a force to be reconned with, and fast. In five years flat, following four simple rules, he turned $1,000 into a cool $1.5 million.
From intern to author, and on to speaker, Phil spent the last decade teaching others the exact principles he uses so they can build their own wealth. While his first speaking gig may have landed his wife in jail, Phil, his wife and his team have come a long way since, teaching over 15,000 students at live events every year.
Listen in as Joe and Matt learn how to move past the “head trash” many people face when they start the process of investing in the market. And, if this episode got you jazzed and ready to tackle the market, be sure to check out this day-trading episode with Jason Rotman, and Joe’s post about automated investing to build savings and wealth.
I’m only a little bit rich, but I’m comfortable, and I get to play polo a lot, you know?” - Phil Town
How does the four-time New York Times best-selling author Tucker Max feel about almost every bit of advice when it comes to defining success as an author, books on being an effective writer and the idea that it doesn’t matter how good your book is, just that you should have one? Complete BS.
Tucker goes deep into what the true purpose of writing a book should be for just about any genre of non-fiction author. He reveals the truth behind the power of self-publishing, how to land a traditional publishing deal, and the real way to be featured on the New York Times bestseller list.
Listen in as Matt and Joe learn more about the highest and best use of a book, their time and how to shave close to 2,000 hours of the time it takes to write a prescriptive non-fiction book if you have one in you waiting to get it. If you’re ready to get serious about seriously getting your message out there, be sure to check out this episode with Chandler Bolt and this advice from Matt and Joe on how they wrote a book in a weekend.
"We can’t make your book great but we can make it the greatest possible book you have in you.” - Tucker Max