Disaster Recovery or Business Continuity – SCCMH [Podcast 38]

Today’s topic is disaster recovery or business continuity. What is your plan when you cannot work. Electrical failure, floods, dropped / broken equipment. Do you have back up plans? Back up products? …

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Finding Motivation When You Feel Like Quitting – SCCMH [Podcast 36]

“Finding Motivation When You Feel Like Quitting ”

Jim Edwards and Stew Smith discuss the in depth details of not quitting, staying motivated, and getting comfortable being uncomfortable. Jim’s story and lessons learned created by the Hero Journey Short Form Wizard available at the link above!..

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Conversion Rates and Why They Matter – SCCMH [Podcast 35]

“Conversion Rates and Why They Matter”

Jim Edwards and Stew Smith discuss the in depth details of conversion rates with regard to opt in pages, sales pages, order bump, upsells or one time offers, abandoned cart recovery, and email sequences with click through rates. Check out the 1-2 punch Jim does with this topic breaking it down to the basics…

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Idea Creation – Video / Article Wizard Demo – SCCMH [Podcast 34]

“Idea Creation – Video / Article Wizard Demo”

Jim Edwards answers a question on making a 3-5 minute video using some tools inside The Jim Edward Method Premium. These wizards are capable of creating daily content ideas…

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The Hero’s Journey Wizard Walk-Through – SCCMH [Podcast 32]

“The Hero’s Journey Wizard Walk-Through”

Check out this podcast as Jim Edwards walks us through a new wizard he is creating / fine tuning on the Hero’s Journey with podcast partner Stew Smith!

This is a great way to make a video, blog post, email, or social media post to get people to understand more of who you are. The Hero’s Journey is inspirational and humanizes you to your audience and market of potential customers…

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When Facebook Ads ARE NOT The Solution – Know Your Market – SCCMH [Podcast 31]

“When Facebook Ads ARE NOT The Solution – Know Your Market”

Jim Edwards and Stew Smith discuss a question from a medical professional about marketing his concierge service.  There are some things that we should realize that social media cold traffic may not be the best bang for your buck with advertising.  Check out this interesting discussion concerning building a new service for your business…

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What is the Epiphany Bridge and How Do I Use It? – SCCMH [Podcast 30]

“What is the Epiphany Bridge and How Do I Use It?”

Jim Edwards discusses the Epiphany Bridge and how to use it. Understand we all have several epiphanies throughout the journey of our lives. How long should an epiphany bridge be and how often should we use them?

Learn why the epiphany bridge is a useful tool for all business owners in their marketing salescopy…

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Jim Demonstrates Salescopy Algebra II – SCCMH [Podcast 29]

“Jim Demonstrates Salescopy Algebra II”

The irresistible offer factor formula:

PP / P factor = IOF (Irresistible Offer)

Payoff and Promise divided by Pain Factor = Irresistible Offer…

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Sales Copy Algebra – Useful Formulas – SCCMH [Podcast 28]

“Sales Copy Algebra – Useful Formulas”

Jim creates Salescopy Algebra and explains useful formulas for building successful salescopy.

Formula #1: -P x -A +S = $ales!

Formula #2: D + (B x B x B) + S = $ales

Watch the short video to see what this means!…

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Interview with Marshall Wayne from The Agency Declassified – SCCMH [Podcast 27]

“Interview with Marshall Wayne from The Agency Declassified”

Jim and Stew interview advertising and branding wizard Marshall Wayne of the The Agency Declassified – http://theagencydeclassified.com

We all discuss branding, advertising, social media, and the journey of creating a campaign that helps build the brand of clients…..

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