As coaches, consultants and creatives, the key to our business growth is having new people we can say the same things to. So we need a way to consistently reach new people and draw them into our world. -Matt Johnson

In his book 80/20 Sales & Marketing, Perry Marshall points out a SERIOUS strategic error many of us are making in growing our businesses. We’re all avoiding the hard work of finding a way to grow our email list – consistently and predictably – without losing money. Instead of focusing on the new, shiny platform and marketing method, what process should we be following instead? How do we put a New Media Machine in place and how does it benefit our business growth efforts?

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In this episode, I share the key elements we need to have in place if we want to take our business further.

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How to Get Featured On the Right Podcasts & Leverage Outside Audiences to Grow Your Business


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  • Getting featured on podcasts
  • Speaking on stages
  • Appearing on webinars, virtual summits and YouTube series

So when your prospects are thinking of a service like yours, are you the very FIRST name that comes to mind?

If not, you have a huge opportunity to pull in front. To be more visible, build more authority, create more credibility.

Podcast interviews.

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