This weeks episode in an interview with a a guy who’s now breaking 2500 visits per day on a site he just started 4 months ago. No, he’s not a marketing guru or tech genius. In fact, he’s only been doing affiliate marketing for 4 months. Listen to how he got started and what he did with his website to achieve such high levels of success.
My dead podcast content is listed here. Some decent insight, but mostly garbage IMO.
I just came back from yet another vacation, and had some insights along the way about what taking a break means to my business. I also talk about the image of One More Cup of Coffee, and talk about how actions we take in our businesses reflect the longevity of our business. What do you do for yours, and does it mean you’re here to stay or just focusing on the next sale? There are advantages and disadvantages to both. And I also talk about some of the scam phone calls I’ve been getting from some recent ‘make money’ products I’ve purchased.
This week, 3 topics as usual. I discuss my foray into PPC and email marketing, plus tell you about my new Hangout projects with Chris M. Cloutier of Media Fresh Press and James Fierce.
In this episode I discuss some new and exciting projects I’ve been working on with email marketing and PPC (paid advertising). I discuss my most annoying and hard-to-beat distractions, as well as share a secret about how to overcome them (sometimes). And I also tell a short shorty about some people in my life that […]
Would you rather follow someone as an ideal leader, whose instructions and goals might seem impossible or a flawed peer with whom you can learn together? I rant about how affilaite marketing is NOT a scam (see link below). If you keep a blog and write honest, valuable information, you might not know how many people’s lives you change (yeah, I know, mushy stuff). And I also have some tips for project management; there are two ways to get projects you hate DONE, once and for all.
One More Cup of Coffee With Nathaniell Brenes. Episode 12 Topics: Introverts Working from Home, The Value of Time, Health and Computer Work
Sometimes change is all you need to get some new energy into your projects, and your life. Doing a little bit is better than doing nothing at all, both for business and health. Why does there seem to be a divide between industry leaders and large groups of wannabes? This, and more in Podcast Episode #11 of One More Cup of Coffee with Nathaniell Brenes.
Another three topics today in One More Cup of Coffee Episode 10. Everyone has a different strategy and different goals for blogging – what are yours? Sometimes, I feel like social media is a waste of time, and the only ones who benefit from active social media accounts are social media gurus that market to social-media-guru-wannabes. Last, I share with you my “secret” to being motivated when things seem to not be going my way.
This week I give you the skinny on Robert Kiyosaki and his capitalist cronies. I’ve done the homework, and it’s not pretty. And what’s the deal with people that are always positive? Is it a marketing gimmick? The last topic I tackle today are people that schedule tweets; I’m not a fan of this another automated social media activity.
In Episode 08 of One More Cup of Coffee, I talk about my recent experiences trying to invest in real estate. It’s certainly not as easy as I thought it was going to be, and so far nobody has volunteered to hold my hand while I learn. Bummer! I also talk about some issues I face while working from home, mostly dealing with boredom and the monotony of working where you live. Lastly, I rant about online journalists and the lack of facts or real substantial content in their work.