It’s been almost a year since I released my first podcast with Neil Patel in February 2015. I’ve released 57 episodes so far this year.
I thought it would be a good idea to extract some of the key actionable insights that stood out for me from each of the podcast episodes.
The format I’m going to follow is: Tell you a bit about each episode and then tell you the key actionable insights and action points that stood out for me. This isn’t a substitute for listening to the actual episodes because, of course, different things would strike you as important and actionable depending on your individual experiences and inclinations.
Anyway, in this 3-part series, I will share some of the things that really stood out for me and each podcast episode that you will hopefully find useful. I will also include links to each of the episodes (below) in the show notes so you can always go back to those episodes and listen in more detail.
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We talk about what we mean by the term automated marketing and discuss quite a few concepts around marketing sequences with a focus on customer onboarding sequences.
Action step: If you can afford it … Get a specialist to help you! Don’t try and do it yourself. (We discuss this at around the 20 min mark.)