Stitcher for Podcasts

Get the App Open App
Bummer! You're not a
Stitcher Premium subscriber yet.
Learn More
Start Free Trial
$4.99/Month after free trial

Show Info

Episode Info

Episode Info: Is your company creating any content? Is it interesting and helpful to anyone, or is it just a salesy digital brochure passed off as a free helpful guideThe problem is, most companies are pumping out useless, boring tired information, and they wonder why growth is slow. Would you want to read your own content? Today we’re going to talk about Creative Execution. That’s the 4th step in our 6-part marketing framework. If you haven’t listened to the first 3 parts, go back and start with the episode on goal-setting. I meet with a lot of business owners and CEO’s who want to know why sales are slow. When I look through their digital presence, they have nothing of value to attract and excite potential customers. People have no time or interest to read the novel of an about you page on your website. They don’t care who had a baby in your office. And they definitely don’t want to be sold on the first visit. Less than 1 out of 100 companies are marketing in a way that actually attracts visitors, engages them, and builds trust, which ultimately drives sales and sales velocity. So, here are the 6 Money Murdering Mistakes I see businesses making, and here’s what you can do about it. Number 1.  Share Don’t SellCompanies aren’t sharing anything of interest of value. You should be an expert in your industry. Don’t assume people know as much as you do. They don’t. Think of questions you get asked each week. Take those questions and create an FAQ webpage or ebook. It will blow you away how effective that can be. Marcus Sheridan grew his pool company to be the largest in the country using this method. I’ll link to his book They Ask, You Answer in the show notes. Number 2. Perfection is the Enemy of DoneMake it easy to do. Don’t overcomplicate things with high-production value, shoot for award-winning designs, or make excuses that you can’t afford it. People don’t care about aesthetic quality when it comes to helpful content. Depending on the format, article, ebook, video, audio, etc… what’s important is whether or not it’s helpful and interesting. As Donald Miller of Storybrand would say, how does it help them survive and thrive? The point here is, if you make it easy for yourself to do, it will get done. I had to make podcasting easier, so I ditched the studio and now record and upload short unedited episodes on my phone. Simplify the process and share your knowledge with the world. Number 3. Call Them To ActionInclude a Call-To-Action. Nearly every website I see doesn’t make it clear to the visitor what to do. If it’s not clear what to do next, people will do nothing. There should be a clear Call-To-Action on every webpage, ebook, and social post. If you make visitors work to find a way to do business with you, they won’t. Not sure how difficult it is for someone, ask a friend to go on your website. See where they get lost or stuck. Number 4. New Phone, Who Dis?Check your links, phone number, and forms. I hate...
Read more »

Discover more stories like this.

Like Stitcher On Facebook


Episode Options

Listen Whenever

Similar Episodes

Related Episodes