The Fizzle Show: Blogging, Entrepreneurship & Self Employment
About This Show
"Savvy business men, giving it to you how it is in a hilarious way." - Canada
"No exageration, I made 3 breakthroughs today after 2 listens." - USA
"Not your usual interview podcast. The 3 hosts really dig deep on the issues being encountered by first time online entrepreneurs." - Philippines
A podcast for online business builders who want to earn a living doing something they care about. The catch is, these guys aren't douche bags; they're down to earth and fun. Blogging, entrepreneurship, work life balance, creating content that grows an audience and all that other online marketing stuff... If you like the Tim Ferriss show, Pat Flynn's Smart Passive Income, James Altucher's show or #AskGaryVee, you're in the right place.
Most Recent Episode
094 - Hey, Could I Ask You a Few Questions? The Art of Surveys
4 days ago
http://fizzleshow.co/94 - So many answers to current problems are in talking to your customers. That's why we make guides and courses on [defining your target market](http://fizzle.co/audience-guide) one of the first orders of business here at Fizzle.
And yet, it's a weapon even successful entrepreneurs forget to use.
Recently Corbett and I helped Scott Dinsmore with the design of a [new website](http://liveyourlegend.net/). The first step for me in a project like this is to figure out the heart and soul of his business. So we sent Scott off to record some interviews. I wanted to hear it from the horses' mouths.
In all honesty, he set out on that task dragging his feet. *"What should I say? What do we need to get out of these?"* I gave him some guidance and forced him to dive in.
When he did, when he started hearing the stories of his audience members he got hooked:
> "These conversations you made me have were probably the single most important thing I did last year!"
We're huge fans of talking to customers to get your next big idea or figure out how to better execute your current plan.
In this episode we talk about a specific way to hear from your customers: surveys. We've conducted a massive [NPS survey](http://fizzle.co/sparkline/net-promoter-survey) with our customers recently and we wanted to share how to do something like this with your own audience. Enjoy!