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I hope that you’ve had a good week and that things are shaping up to be an excellent weekend! ?
Let’s dive right into it and begin with this week’s podcast recommendation, which strangely enough is about … podcasting!
Podcasting is growing in popularity.
More than 24% of US adults listen to at least one podcast per month.And if you ever wanted to start a podcast, or just looking for tips on how to grow your podcast audience, then you will love this episode.
In this 32-minute episode, Sean Jackson interviews Jerod Morris and Jonny Nastor to discuss the most important issues regarding podcasting, including…
- Why podcasting is an essential part of online marketing
- Why success at podcasting is more than just having a good microphone
- What it takes to truly build an audience online for your show
- The essential elements you need to generate revenue for your show
- And why learning from the experts can accelerate your podcast success
If you use another podcast app, just search for “The Digital Entrepreneur” and you should find the show.
Now here are this week’s five resources to help you create, sell, and grow.
1. Timing is everything
Figuring out when to send out your email campaign can be complicated. Conflicting information exists everywhere you look. Luckily, this study compiles tons of user data that will help you determine not only when to send your emails, but also how to boost its engagement.
2. Stand Out, Be Unique
Innovative businesses find creative ways to solve problems and bring unique products and services to their customers. But there are so many different ways businesses can use innovation to differentiate themselves from the competition. Here’s how it can benefit your business in all different ways.
3. Overcome the setbacks
Are you a product manager? If so, you know that in this hectic, yet intensely rewarding career, there are many habits you can adopt that will help you in each hurdle, support each sprint and keep development moving forward.
4. Reduce your churn rate
High customer cancellations (known as customer churn) can cause tremendous strain on your sales & marketing resources, which slows down your business growth. Here are four ways you can reduce customer churn for your business:
5. Add more fish to your potential customer pool
Everyone knows that tracking ecommerce analytics is not optional. If you’re not measuring your efforts, it’s quite hard to improve what you’re doing.
I hope you find these resources to be useful, and that at least one of them helps you take a meaningful step forward during the course of the next week.
Thank you for your attention, and have a great weekend. ?