5 Ideas For The Interested This Week

Happy new year!

I hope you have a great one.

Maybe this can help make that happen.

Now, on to this week’s ideas…

The Starting Five

1. A 5-Question Survey Every Podcaster Needs To Try

This excerpt is just one of a bunch of smart podcast growth tactics shared in my new podcast episode including how to get featured on Apple podcasts and get more ratings from listeners.

2. 18 Attention-Grabbing Topics To Write About

This simple list will ensure you never run out of things to share.

3. How To Use The Day-By-Day Content Strategy

A clever way to hook people into your content and get them to keep coming back for more.

4. What To Say To Get Newsletter Sponsors (And Who To Say It To)

You’re overthinking it. Just try this one-sentence approach.

5. The Easiest Way To Write A Book

When Seth Godin serves up a plan, you’d be wise to listen to it.

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• Each Sunday, the No Budget Marketing newsletter highlights ways to market when you don’t have the cash.

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My Final Words Of The Week

I’ve noticed a shift happening among super successful creators.

They’re realizing scale – and what it takes to achieve it – isn’t necessarily what they want.

Here’s the latest example.

Have an interesting week!


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