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Neil Patel and Eric Siu bring you daily ACTIONABLE digital marketing lessons that they've learned through years of being in the trenches. Whether you have a new website or an established business, learn the latest SEO, content marketing, social media, email marketing, conversion optimization and general online marketing tactics that work today. With over 50 million downloads and 1,400 episodes, you're sure to find something that will help you grow faster. If you're interested in being a guest on the show, e-mail eric@singlegrain.com to get on the waitlist.

Marketing School - Digital Marketing and Online Marketing Tips Eric Siu & Neil Patel

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Neil Patel and Eric Siu bring you daily ACTIONABLE digital marketing lessons that they've learned through years of being in the trenches. Whether you have a new website or an established business, learn the latest SEO, content marketing, social media, email marketing, conversion optimization and general online marketing tactics that work today. With over 50 million downloads and 1,400 episodes, you're sure to find something that will help you grow faster. If you're interested in being a guest on the show, e-mail eric@singlegrain.com to get on the waitlist.

    Cut These Meetings From Your Week to Focus #1983

    Cut These Meetings From Your Week to Focus #1983

    In episode #1983, Neil and Eric talk about which meetings to cut from your week to improve your focus. We’ve all had those meetings where we don’t understand why we had to be there. Tune in to learn our tricks for trimming the fat and only attend the meetings that matter.
    TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
    [00:20] Today’s topic: Cut These Meetings From Your Week to Focus. [00:30] Why you should cut any meeting where there are multiple people within your department. [01:30] How to audit your past meetings to determine which ones were useful and gave you energy. [02:28] Why it’s useful to cut out meetings that contain information and updates that could be conveyed over Slack or email. [03:22] Neil’s philosophy on doing quick calls for updates to avoid unnecessary meetings. [04:03] That’s it for today! [04:11] Go to https://marketingschool.io/live to apply for our next event in Austin, Texas!  
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    • 4 Min.
    7 Reasons Accountability to Cultural Values Matter #1982

    7 Reasons Accountability to Cultural Values Matter #1982

    In episode #1982, Neil and Eric talk about 7 reasons why accountability to cultural values matters. Your cultural values can cover a range of behaviors, but it’s often most effective when you keep them simple, clear, and actionable. Tune in today to learn about the lasting impact of keeping your team accountable to your cultural values!
    TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
    [00:20] Today’s topic: 7 Reasons Accountability to Cultural Values Matters. [00:25] What we mean by cultural values. [00:58] If people are operating based on different values, they’ll be going in opposite directions. [01:21] When some people aren’t held accountable it sets a negative precedent for the rest of the team. [01:47] It’s much easier to hire and fire people when you’re clear on the criteria for holding people accountable. [02:25] By hiring people who hold themselves accountable, you’ll attract more like-minded people. [03:09] Creating short and simple values make them easy to remember and follow.  [03:37] If everyone knows the core values, they'll do what's best for the business in the long run. [04:12] Make sure your core values are actionable. [05:28] That’s it for today! [05:28] Go to https://marketingschool.io/live to apply for our next event in Austin, Texas!  
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    • 5 Min.
    Lloyed Lobo Shares His Secrets to Building His 7-Figure Community #1981

    Lloyed Lobo Shares His Secrets to Building His 7-Figure Community #1981

    Check out this excerpt from our Growth Accelerator event in Miami and learn Lloyed Lobo's secrets to building his 7-figure community!

    • 12 Min.
    How to Build Your Organic Audience for the Long Term #1980

    How to Build Your Organic Audience for the Long Term #1980

    In episode #1980, Neil and Eric talk about how to build your organic audience for the long term. A tried and true method for growing and retaining your audience is by making an effort to always respond to your followers. Tune in to learn about some of the audience members we’ve helped over the years who went on to do amazing things and start incredible companies!
    TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
    [00:20] Today’s topic: How to Build Your Organic Audience for the Long Term. [00:35] Why the number one method for building and retaining your audience is responding to people. [01:51] Why you need to consistently produce content while also improving. [03:25] Neil’s example of how he built a relationship with an audience member who went on to found Coinbase. [04:18] That’s it for today! [04:30] Go to https://marketingschool.io/live to apply for our next event in Austin, Texas!  
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    • 5 Min.
    Marketing Stories We've Never Shared Before #1979

    Marketing Stories We've Never Shared Before #1979

    In episode #1979, Eric and Neil share a few marketing tales that haven’t been heard on this show before. Neil speaks about many of his creative SEO hacks as a youngster and Eric weighs in on his experiments with affiliate sites. While these early efforts from our hosts are interesting and generated quick success for them, none of them had any lasting power. The moral of the story: slow and steady wins the race!
    TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
    [00:20] Today’s topic: Marketing Stories We’ve Never Shared Before. [00:25] Shortcuts Neil took such as converting a battlefield site into an online casino. [02:44] The moral of Neil’s stories: slow and steady wins the race! [03:09] How Eric is using his network to grow his LinkedIn reach. [04:12] Two of Eric’s experiences building affiliate sites and what he learned. [06:19] That’s it for today! [06:20] Go to https://marketingschool.io/live to apply for our next event in Austin, Texas!  
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    • 7 Min.
    Should You Allow Employees to Jump Around Projects? #1978

    Should You Allow Employees to Jump Around Projects? #1978

    In episode #1978, we speak about whether it is a good idea to allow employees to jump from project to project in your business or not. At the end of the day, it is the people behind a company that make it what it is, and when employees are too unfocused, this compromises efficiency and sales. Tune in to learn more!
    TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
    [00:20] Today’s topic: Should You Allow Employees to Jump Around Projects? [00:30] Why Eric and Neil prefer to keep employees specializing on certain projects. [01:04] The inefficiency and poor output of a system where employees jump around. [01:14] How unfocused employees end up killing sales. [02:25] It is the people behind a business that make it what it is. [03:38] Why Eric encourages employees to do side-hustles. [04:32] That’s it for today! [04:35] Go to https://marketingschool.io/live to apply for our next event in Austin, Texas!  
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    • 5 Min.

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23 Bewertungen

Mad Boy99876 ,

Simply love the Podcast

If you’re looking for new ideas and advanced marketing tips you simply gotta listen to Neil’s and Eric’s podcast.

Thank you guys!

Shawn Kwek ,

Thanks for sharing

Congrats guys on your million downloads! I’m a marketer and sales person myself and it’s good to validate what I do. Appreciate you both taking the time to put this together!

Peter Höppner ,

Great content!

I really like this podcast. The short episodes are great to start the day! You can learn so much.

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