Category Archives for "Positioning"

Blogging takes a lot of work. Here's a way to make sure your hard work pays off.

Got “Blog Fatigue?” Here’s How To Conquer It And Still Get Website Leads

So you’ve got a website.  And a blog which you hope gives you website leads. But you feel something is missing… You may “sort of” update your blog every once in awhile. Other than your service pages, that’s about the extent of your online content. If you have more than that, congratulations! Because you’re truly in the minority. Most businesses […]

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CPA marketing takes work but it's worth it.

CPA Marketing: It’s Time to Go Big or Go Home

For CPA marketing, you need some new moves… If you need some motivation regarding your CPA marketing, you’ve come to the right spot. Every once in awhile, I dish out some tough love. And today is one of those days. One of my “virtual mentors” is Gary Vaynerchuk. For those who don’t know him, he’s an […]

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You need ideas to move the needle for your business. Lots of them.

Take the #300Ideas Challenge

I’ve had a huge mind shift this week. It’s the kind of transformational shift in thinking that you read about from guys like Tony Robbins or Oprah. These types of shifts don’t come around every day, but when they do, you just KNOW you’ve got to respond. Change the way you do things. And take massive action. This (lengthy) […]

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Drunk Doctor Hijacks Uber Driver and Kills Her Reputation

“Get the f*** in the car you piece of f****** disgusting s***.”  This is a sordid tale. And a cautionary one. On January 19, 2016, a video appeared on YouTube that showed 30-year-old Dr. Anjali Ramkissoon, a neurology resident at Jackson Memorial Medical Center, ranting and cursing in a drunken rage. She was quite put out with […]

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How are you positioning yourself in the market?

The One BIG Thing Business Websites Desperately Need

A few months ago, I met with a man who wants to launch his own video company. He’s very creative. He currently helps families preserve the memories of their family members. He does this by visiting with them, tapes an interview and then uses their photos (in the editing process) to enrich the story. I thought it was a great […]

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