Before we get into last week’s Ready, Set, Podcast recap, I have to share some awesome sauce news with you. Ready, Set, Podcast turned 21! As in, we’ve published 21 episodes so far. And in the spirit of epic birthdays, we shared some of our favorite moments from both myself and Mallie. That said, we’ve only got one “real” episode to dissect, and it’s about the Community Manager Stigma with Carrie Keenan.
This week’s Ready, Set, Podcast recap brings in two heavy hitters who have a different take on blogging and business. We all have our own opinions and experiences with what works and what doesn’t, but why not listen to to people who’ve already walked the walk (not just talked the talk)? Sarah and Mike really bring some out-of-the-box insights for us on both business and blogging, so if you’re ready for a different perspective, let’s dive in!
Who doesn’t love a loyal community? Online or offline, they make your business bustle. And being that community is the 2nd ‘C’ in the 5 Cs of Social Media, it’s super important to the fundamental success of your online marketing. Lucky for you last week’s Ready, Set, Podcast episodes cover both community, and how to capture a community worth having. Let’s go!
I missed publishing this Monday due to a hectic couple of weeks. My FEELINGS were telling me to panic, to feel guilty, to pressure myself to make time where there wasn’t and get this published. Luckily Mallie reminded me that I was the only person putting those limitations on myself. You see, passion in business can be great, but it can also get many of us in trouble. So can “free.” Last week’s Ready, Set, Podcast episodes cover these subjects nicely, so let’s dive in!
Awesome. Remarkable. Ultimate. Unique. These are over-saturated words used in today’s digital marketing landscape. Jay Baer wants to know what words are next. I think the bigger question is: What are you doing to move from mediocre and status quo, and actually becoming AWESOME SAUCE to your online audiences? Last week’s Ready, Set, Podcast episodes hold a few of the answers.