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Here’s something new for 2019: I’m reading aloud work that I love and that is influencing my work. First up is an essay called “Work” from the poet-philosopher, David Whyte, and his book of essays CONSOLATIONS: The Solace, Nourishment and Underlying Meaning of Everyday Words. If you like what you hear, write a review, subscribe on iTunes and sign up for Quick Tips from Marketing Mentor

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I’m kicking off 2019 with Ben Callahan, President of Sparkbox, whose web development firm has grown from 8 to 42 employees. Their winning bizdev strategy? Content marketing. In this episode, Ben shares details about the reality of an effective content marketing strategy and why it works. If you like what you hear, write a review, subscribe on iTunes and sign up for Quick Tips from Marketing Mentor

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Ilise Benun talks with Ryan Gill, co-founder of Communo.com, a new sharing economy platform for creative professionals, about what it really takes to be your own boss. And how his new platform attempts to address some of the challenges and facilitate business development and access to talent. If you like what you hear, write a review and subscribe on iTunes and sign up for Quick Tips from Marketing Mentor

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Ilise Benun talks with Kevin Rogers, founder of Copy Chief, (the community and the live event this Oct 23-25) about 2 sides of the “bat-signal” coin: what he calls “bat-signal talent” and she calls “bat-signal content.” If you like what you hear, write a review and subscribe on iTunes and sign up for Quick Tips from Marketing Mentor

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Many creative professionals give away their strategic services because it’s intangible and you don’t know how to account for it when you price a project. Tiered pricing is a technique that will ensure you get paid for everything you do. In this week’s podcast interview, time lapse filmmaker, Michael e. Stern, shows us how he breaks down his process so we can see how much actually goes into a project. To learn how to use tiered pricing, check out Marketing Mentor’s Tiered Pricing Kit: How to Earn More on Every Project, which you can find (probably on sale) in the Shop at Marketing-Mentor.com. If you like what you hear, subscribe on iTunes and sign up for Quick Tips from Marketing Mentor

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