How to Take Action Before Knowing All the Steps

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Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is an entrepreneur who enjoys creating something from nothing. In fact, he has been creating products (both digital and physical) for the past 10 years.

He is currently the Director of Product + Strategy for Movable, a company focused on improving personal well-being by inspiring movement in groups, and was the Co-Founder of eFuneral.com, a funeral planning resource that was acquired in 2014.

He is a featured speaker and author on building products, startups, and funding. His latest book, Startup Seed Funding for the Rest of Us, is now available on Amazon.

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9 Copywriting Books for Web Writers

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Rough Draft host Demian Farnworth doesn’t care who you are — a blogger, freelance journalist, ghostwriter, or ad copywriter — if you are writing on the web, then you need to read these copywriting books.

Two are more recent than the others (and Influence by Robert Cialdini is not technically a direct response copywriting book).

But these are the books Demian would demand you read if teaching a ground-level graduate course on writing for the web, since so many principles of direct response copywriting obey the unbreakable law of the web.

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5 Insider Tips to Make More Sales During Your Webinars

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Hosting your own webinars can be incredibly frustrating.

It seems like your competitors are all making tons of money by presenting free promotional webinars. They deliver great content, then do a sales pitch at the end of the webinar and bring in tons of sales.

However, you’re starting to get perturbed. You’re delivering useful, engaging content, and you’re getting rave reviews on every webinar you present. But you can’t seem to make any sales.

At this point, you’re starting to wonder if should continue hosting webinars at all.

I get it. I’ve been there.

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Will Millennials Kill Email Marketing?

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The biggest myth around about Millennials is that they don’t use email. Fact is, the average young person checks email more often than most older people.

But that doesn’t mean Millennials are reading your email. Rather, there’s a good chance that your email is getting deleted unread, prompting an unsubscribe, or worst of all, marked as spam.

Smarter online marketers are connecting with the Millennial generation by email just fine. Here’s how.

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Content Marketing Means Much More to SEO Than Link Building

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In this episode of Search & Deploy, host Loren Baker discusses the importance of SEO in content marketing and how content marketing’s true potential is only unlocked when various digital marketing stakeholders combine forces to build the best content out there.

The discussion continues into the importance of content marketing with regard to link building and how content has always been the core of linking — but how much more important rich content is to the other pillars of digital marketing.

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What’s Your Favorite Word?

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In this episode of Editor-in-Chief, discover why you should let go of your preferences to become a more mature writer.

Examine your writing like an Editor-in-Chief to keep your audience engaged and to continue growing as a content creator.

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