Stan Smith, Successful Blog Marketing, and Learning as You Go – ES 043

Released Monday, 3rd February 2014
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image Is your mentality to learn important for your success?  Dan and Joe discuss some on the job training skills with a “learning-as-you-go” attitude.  Joe has a certain way he learns new processes, do you have the same style or the opposite? Find out in Round 1.
Round 2 has us discussing a recent post from Stan Smith about the traits of successful blog marketers.  Dan and Joe actually found a unique trait Stan doesn’t touch on that up-and-coming bloggers are now utilizing.  We may have to bring this up with Stan…..heck…you know we will! Let’s move on to Stan!
 Stanford Smith comes on the Main Event to give his take on how to be a successful blog marketer.  He has some sweet strategies that Joe says is, “Genius.” You’ll need to hear it as well as how he defined his target market.  Check out Stan!
  • Buying the new, shiny course doesn’t mean you’ll be successful, hear Dan’s story from NMX that demonstrates this.
  • Should you be using vulnerability in your writing?
  • The “Genius” way Stan gets new clients through his blog posts
  • Tips on using recent events in the media
  • How Stan overcomes self-doubt when publishing new posts
BONUS:   Hear more blogging tips from Stan the Man Smith himself over at the FlyBlueKite Blog and Show!
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Mentions

 Why a “Learn-As-You-Go” Mentality is key to Entrepreneurial Success
Networking Tips from NMX
5 Traits of Extremely Successful Blog Marketers- Stan Smith
Podcast on Writing with Srini Rao
Social Media Marketing conference Stan Smith will speak at!
Michael Stelzner on the Showdown

Further Resources

Follow Stan on Twitter
James Altucher Facebook where he writes many posts
Srinivas Rao Facebook where he writes many posts
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