Going Solo Media vs Relying on Social Media – SCCMH [Podcast 106]

“Going Solo Media vs Relying on Social Media – SCCMH [Podcast 106]”

Jim Edwards is fresh out of Facebook Jail due to a technological issue, not a content issue and he is here to discuss the power of being a SOLO MEDIA vs having to rely on social media. Did you know you can do a LIVE video / Q & A / Podcast from your own website and bypass all social media platforms? Check this out… What would you do if you were in Facebook Jail and had a scheduled paid webinar coming up?

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Business Contingency Planning During Social Media Blackout – SCCMH [Podcast 105]

“Business Contingency Planning During Social Media Blackout – SCCMH [Podcast 105]”

Jim and Stew discuss what you should consider IF you rely significantly on social media in your business.

What would you do if you were in Facebook Jail? Recently Jim Edwards felt the wrath of Facebook filters that shut him down for a week even though he spends nearly $100,000 a month on Facebook advertisements. Without explanation or the ability to defend his actions, Facebook closed his ability to post on the social media platform for a week.

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Content Marketing Defined Ideas – SCCMH [Podcast 104]

“Content Marketing Defined Ideas – SCCMH [Podcast 104]”

Jim Edwards of the Sales Copywriting and Content Marketing Hacks podcast helps define what content marketing is, has become, and what it will be as we all evolve into our own media companies as entrepreneurs.

Defined: Content marketing is a marketing technique of creating and distributing valuable, relevant and consistent content to attract and acquire a clearly defined audience – with the objective of driving profitable customer action. (CMI)

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How To Address Different Genders Simultaneously In Sales Copy

How To Address Different Genders Simultaneously In Sales Copy

When creating sales copy to address different genders, you should focus on three things:

1. Being sensitive

2. Being authentic

3. Being frank

Be Sensitive…

To address different genders at the same time, you must be sensitive. For complicated reasons beyond the scope of this article, some words will “trigger” people and offend them. You should try to avoid those, but you don’t have to be so careful that you hamstring…

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If I only had 27 minutes… [video]

I had a friend ask me, “hey, if you were stuck for time and only had 30 minutes to work on your business each day, what would you do?” I thought that was a great question. But first, I’d make it more compelling. If I only had 27 minutes, because 27 minutes actually increases the…

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Weekly Update – November 18, 2020

A Note From Jim A Million Dollar Sales Copywriting Tip Every Entrepreneur Needs The Big Idea Here Is: Your Copy Will Never Be “perfect” – So Don’t Even Try Let’s get one thing straight. We’re not after “perfect” sales copy. We are after sales copy that works as intended. We want sales copy that gets…

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Weekly Update – November 11, 2020

A Note From Jim The Easiest Content If you’re stuck on creating content. If you’re stuck for a video topic. If you’re stuck for a social media post… or even a webinar and you don’t know what to make content about, the answer is simple. Answer questions. Q&A is the simplest way to create as…

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I’m not supposed to take this out of the office… [video]

This video tackles how to use your new book as a serious business-building tool.  Plus, I reveal a “treasure” out of the family archive that shows how great things come from humble beginnings… you’re not gonna want to miss this! Just what the doctor ordered! (It comes in under 5 minutes… so it’s a quick…

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Member’s Update – July 24, 2020

“The Surefire Way to Learn and Improve” 

My friend April has a lot of things stacked against her.

She was in an abusive relationship. She has adopted several children with special needs. She’s a full-time teacher.

Yet April manages to get things done… including her content marketing on a daily basis.

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Member’s Update – June 12, 2020

The Best Way To Create Consistent Content

Creating content consistently means you’ve created a habit for creating the content you need.

Daily. Weekly.

Whatever “consistent” means to you, doing it consistently means you’ve made it a part of who you are and what you do.

Despite what people say, creating a habit is actually a pretty simple 2-part formula.

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