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SPI 094 : 5 Proven Content Creation Tips to Help You Maximize the Impact of Your Information

The last couple of weeks have not been good to me. Since coming back from New Media Expo, I was diagnosed with viral bronchitis, which means my voice and my energy levels have gone missing for quite a while.

Thankfully, I'm back and ready to go again! Let's start off with Session 94 of the SPI podcast where I'll be sharing 5 carefully selected content creation tips to help you maximize the impact you have with the information you share, no matter what form of content you're creating: blog posts, podcast episodes, videos, webinars, and even live presentations.

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SPI 091 : Mixing Online Business with Offline Marketing Strategies – Direct Reponse with Kim Walsh-Phillips

Offline marketing techniques...for your online business? Oh yeah! Our guest Kim from IOCreativeGroup.com shares direct marketing techniques that are totally being underutilized in the online arena. You'll hear specific strategies that will help you increase the value of your products, retention rate and also reinforce purchasing decisions that your customers make too. Plus, the truth about the cost of running such campaigns. If you're going to sell anything online, this interview with Kim is a MUST-listen. Click play to listen...

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SPI 090 : 6 Things Architecture Taught Me About Starting an Online Business

I went to Architecture School for 5 years, and then worked in the industry for several more. And now - I own several online businesses almost completely unrelated to architecture. Do I think my time in school was worth it? Is there anything I learned from school and joining the work force that help me in my online businesses now? Listen to find out...