Gael Breton and Mark Webster, founders of authorityhacker.com, talk about their experience running online businesses, authority sites and blogs. Inside this show, you will learn about the online marketing tactics we use to create and grow our web-based companies, build traffic to them, engage the audience and ultimately transform visitors into customers all while providing an enjoyable experience for the user. We will also share the marketing tools many other successful bloggers and us use to automate the growth of our business. Additionally, we will talk about building and maintaining a laptop lifestyle allowing you to enjoy your freedom and geo-arbitrage to create a life that's truly fun to live. Finally, we will talk about mindsets, psychology and motivation for entrepreneurs. These mental blocks in your head that could prevent you from succeeding. So if you want to build an internet based business or blog that gives you the freedom you want. Click the subscribe button and listen to our free podcast!
#257 – How To Hack Automated Funnels Together With Jon Ainsworth
What You Will Learn:
=> How to improve existing funnels
=>The low hanging fruits most sales funnels have
=>How to optimize for increased revenue
This week, Mark is joined by John Ainsworth to talk funnels. We can pretty much guarantee if you're running any type of sales funnel in your business and you haven't optimized it, you'll come away with a handful of easy-to-implement low-hanging fruits that'll transform your funnels - it's not one to miss!
#256 - Google Review Update 2021: Our Analysis & Thoughts
What you will learn
* What the fuss is with Google's latest update
* What it all means for you
* What to change to stay within Google's guidelines
Gael and Mark dissect the latest Google Update and take a look at their brand new Review guidelines!
Full show notes: www.authorityhacker.com/google-reviews-update
#255 - 12 Competitor Metrics YOU Should Start Tracking Today!
=> Is competition good or bad for your niche?
=> How to find affiliate programs through your competitors?
=> How to track and surpass your niche competitors?
Full show notes: www.authorityhacker.com/competitor-me…tart-tracking
#254 - How To Build THOUSANDS Of White Hat Links
=> Link building strategies to land top tier links
=> How to do HARO efficiently
=> The best tools to streamline link building processes
Full show notes: https://www.authorityhacker.com/how-to-build-thousands-of-white-hat-links
#253 - 13 Tools We Use To Build New Sites In 2021
=> What are the best services to set up your domain and hosting?
=> Best tools for website building and branding
=> Which tools to use for SEO and site optimization?
Full show notes: https://www.authorityhacker.com/253
#252 - Creative Link Building Outreach Angles With Bibi Raven
=> How to understand your prospects?
=> How to outreach in a creative way?
=> How to hire and properly manage link builders?
Full show notes: www.authorityhacker.com/creative-link…th-bibi-raven
Love the tactics
I've been cranking through episodes of AH this year while working out, driving, mowing the lawn--any time I can. I launched my site about a year and a half ago and the episodes on SEO and content creation have been hugely helpful in growing my site. About to wrap up a $4.5k/month! Would love to be a guest someday
Gael & Mark, host of The Authority Hacker Podcast, highlights all aspects of business, management and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
Good info but the hosts communication...
When you’re starting a podcast you need the ability to communicate clearly. It’s not the accents of the hosts that bothers me. I listen to many podcasts with international hosts who have accents, but the one host just runs his words together and does not even try to pronounce clearly. Because of this it is frustrating because I find myself constantly backing up to try and understand what was just said. When you are a podcaster using your voice you have to pronounce clearly and if you’re unable to do so you have to be willing to take classes and perfect your craft. Again good content and nothing against the hosts. They just need to work on their communication or the content they are taking all the time to put together cannot be received.