Pulling no punches to deliver you the unfiltered truth on how to upgrade your life and design a kick butt business, with your hosts Josh Bartlett and Matt Wolfe.
018: Andre Chaperon: Tell Stories That Get Emails Opened
Andre Chaperon of Autoresponder Madness drops by the show to tell us how he got in to marketing, as well as how he crafts stories for his emails and how he automates most of his email marketing.
017: Dr. Ben Adkins: How To Automate Copywriting
Dr. Ben Adkins drops by to talk about the ins and outs of software development. You'll learn how Ben constantly develops killer software that customers love as well as how to use an awesome tool that actually helps you automate the process of writing sales copy.
016: Jason Moffatt: "Quick Money Hacks" & How To Get Emails Opened
Jason Moffatt joins us to teach some "quick money hacks", to tell us about his story and journey in to an internet market career, as well as give us some tips on how to make sure people love hearing from you when you mail your list.
BTH 015: Brian G Johnson: Success Through Building Trust And Having Fun
Brian G. Johnson visits us in this episode, fresh of the launch of his best-selling, Trust Funnel, book. We chat about how to have fun in business, how to build trust and relationships with your audience, how to be a successful affiliate, as well as a deep dive in to what really works in Search Engine Optimization (SEO) right now.
BTH 014: John Lee Dumas: How To Start A Podcast That Stands Above The Rest
John Lee Dumas joins us to discuss how to start a podcast and stand out, how to be a guest on Entrepreneur on Fire, how he manages his business, even through explosive growth, how he dealt with stress and insecurity when starting out, and how to get big name guests and attract people to be on and listen to your show.
BTH 013: Stu McLaren: Uncover What's Truly Essential And Focus On That One Thing
Stu McLaren left a 7-figure per year business with Wishlist Member to focus on what he felt was truly essential in life. In this episode, Stu discussed his successes with Wishlist, why he walked away, and what anyone can do to do discover what's truly important and focus on the things that are essential in their life.
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Beyond the Hype is great. Here’s the three reasons 1) Josh and Matt work well together. They compliment each other and totally different in their approach. 2) Finding gold nuggets are so easy because they combine ( rightfully so) their blog and illustrate the topics they are speaking about very well on the blog 3) Their products are beyond good. This podcast fills like additional content. They over delivered with FBUncovered. Funny thing is I also brought the Fiverr product ( And I have no plans to follow though ). I was impressed and willing to endorse these guys 100%.
I really hate that I can’t rate 4 and a half stars on iTunes. There really isn’t anything I’d rate a full five stars if I could, for instance, be 100% honest and say “that was a 4.6, or this is worth 4.3 stars, because of this” — maybe I’m ocd or something. It just doesn’t feel right to not give my exact number that I’d rate it.
That said, it was easy to round up to 5 stars because Matt and Josh and their brilliant podcast Beyond the Hype deserve it. I don’t like being addicted to anything, but at least this is a good addiction — I’ve learned a lot, and even when I’m doing something else I keep their podcasts on in the background so I can learn more about branding, podcasting, and good business practices in general. Killing two birds is what it is-
-I work out, I listen and learn.
-I bathe, I listen and learn.
-I make sweet sweaty love with my sexy wife, while I listen and learn.
Okay that last one isn’t true. Gross.
So my honest and exact rating, should iTunes have the ability, would be 4.7. I take off .3 points because I’m an introvert, and apparently, we introverts like to get tunnel vision and dig deeper than most into the specifics of a single subject. That is, when I research, say, how to write — I can’t watch a youtube video titled “how to write”. I need to drill deep. So I watch “how to write a mesmerizing title”, then I watch “the anatomy of a hypnotic lead”, and “8 ways to use imagery”, and “poetic rhythm for the nonfiction writer”, etc.
Takes more time, but for my strange bird of a brain, very necessary.
So yeah, I’d recommend this podcast above most, but if you’re an introvert who likes to get straight to the point and dig deeper than the more sane individuals out there, I warn you — these guys talk like extroverts, which is actually very fun, but that’s what you need to expect — fun, some conversational rambling, and a ton of valuable info that comes in a conversational package — NOT a traditional lecture sort of model that some people learn best from.
Really Enjoying This Podcast!
I have to say that I can;’t get enough of Josh and Matt’s podcast. I love how candid they are and how conversational the podcast is. Even if they aren’t talking about marketing methods, it’s been both fascinating and entertaining. Love the Mike Fulsome and Casey Zeman episodes. Got a few more to catch up and looking forward to getting into my car ride home tonight to to do. I highly recommend you subscribe. And by the way, when they do get not marketing there are so many great takeaways. The Branding episode was a really good one for great nuggets.