The underlying approach they took to their creations can be applied to anything you create — not just music.
Specific examples of how to approach creators you’d like to have a relationship with, provide value to them, and leverage those relationships to help each other for years to come.
A step-by-step overview of how John Bardos uses original articles, newsletter ads, cross promotions, and more to grow his audience.
Btw, if you want to run ads to grow your newsletter here’s a great place to start.
He owes a lot of it to the three-part thread writing process outlined here.
I’ve shared a lot of advice to help creative entrepreneurs monetize their expertise.
He was kind enough to let me share them with you so you can also learn how to optimize your sales page, increase your revenue, and grow your audience.
Btw, if you’d like some one-on-one help, here’s how I work with clients.
I was a guest on the Craftsman Creative podcast recently and shared my thoughts about how to write and grow a newsletter including tips about how to find your niche, get subscribers, and get the most out of the effort you put into it.
Not only does this give you eight effective headline formats you can “borrow,” it also explains how to come up with your own and write articles that live up to your headlines.
Ever wonder how Casey gets stuff done and maintains such high quality in his creations? In this video Ryan Holiday shares what he’s learned from him including how he finds motivation, does less better, and develops courage.
This is aimed at writers, but the underlying concepts — especially the two common pricing mistakes creators make — apply to anything you want to sell.