On today’s podcast, we have Daniel Perryman with us. He is a hospital CEO, he has his own podcast, and he’s the busiest guy you’ll ever know. He also happens to be today’s guest on the Traffic and Leads Podcast! His name is, and he’s got some stories to share.
In this episode, Daniel fills us in on what works and what doesn’t when it comes to website and podcast development and doing your online marketing yourself. Even with his crazy busy lifestyle, Daniel managed to create Curiosity all on his own. Seeing as that’s the very first letter in the CLICK Technique, I was incredibly interested in what he had to say. (And you should be, too!)
You also get to hear me lecture this brilliant man on keeping your newsletter active. Hey, even geniuses can mess up now and then!
IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN:
- How podcasts can open doors for just about anyone. (I can personally vouch for this!)
- How just asking for what you want can have some incredibly positive outcomes. Daniel illustrates how he approached some high-profile people and asked them for what he wanted… and, surprisingly, got it.
- Figuring out what to outsource and what to handle yourself. Daniel walks us through his experiences with freelancing websites and agencies, and why he decided to handle some of the content creation himself.
- The importance of asking yourself “What’s the reason?” Daniel comments on the value of developing a goal and sticking to tasks that help further it.
- Daniel illustrates why building good content and followers should come before selling, and why you should avoid overselling.
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If you’re interested in seeing how to create content for your website all on your own, and still be successful, you’ll want to listen in. Daniel has more than advice; he has personal anecdotes that unravel the answers to a few questions you might have.
If you’re interested in finding out more about Daniel, check out his website, The Low Carb Leader.
Be sure to listen in to hear all about how this hospital CEO took his informative podcast to new heights.