Our team ran a report of our most popular posts for 2015. Data was gathered through:
- Google Analytics (Sessions)
- BuzzSumo (Social Shares)
- Blubrry (Downloads)
Based on the data we gathered, here are some of the things we noticed:
- People love good storytelling. Readers liked our lifestyle design posts. They loved when James got personal in the Life Lessons series. These types of posts were lengthy and had a lot of knowledge tidbits and a lot of the readers played the audio more than once.
- Re-purposing content works. Some of the more popular podcasts were extracts from other mediums, events and interviews which were curated into new podcast episodes.
- People like seeing words like ‘success’, ‘profit’, and ‘grow’ in the headlines which means they want to grow their business, and also want to step back and enjoy life (because they loved the lifestyle posts too). You don’t have to always hustle, grind and destroy yourself to success in business.
- Posts like the “no holy grail” podcast gathered a lot of comments due to its controversial nature and opposing stance to the bad advice in the marketplace.
So enjoy our top posts for the year 2015:
The mark of a successful business is that it allows you to live the life you want. In this episode of SuperFastBusiness, find out the key tactics and tools you need to run a subscription business that will fuel and sustain your desired lifestyle.
This special series of episodes digs deep and uncovers personal life lessons that serve as metaphor and instructions you can apply in your own business and your life.
Just like any system of currency, knowledge is also a system of exchange. Offer it, share it, give it away for a price or for free, and you’ll most likely get something in return for it. A proven way to do this is to offer a training course. So why publish a training course?
Still looking for the holy grail of online business success? You won’t find it—because it doesn’t exist. In this podcast episode, James dishes out some tough love to those seeking the secret to achieving their goals. Come to terms with reality and discover what you need to focus on to make your online business work.
Are you happy with your current circumstances, or are there things you’d like to change? What if it were as simple as making a choice? In this interview, life and business coach Seth Ellsworth shares principles and insights that will help you get past limiting beliefs and achieve the life you want.
If you’re an Internet marketer, an email list is your most valuable asset. In the first of a 6-part Business Case Study Series, entrepreneurs James Schramko and Matthew Paulson talk about building a list of 250,000 and the email strategies used to make millions in revenue.
Scaling up from being a solopreneur to a real business requires a solid team management strategy. In this episode, learn how to find the right contractors and how to handle them, what tools to use and what changes to make to keep the business moving forward.
Are corporates good as clients? Special guest John Logar definitely thinks so. In this podcast, discover why big companies desperately need the skills of online marketing experts. We reveal some effective processes for tapping into corporate clients. After listening you can become their valued consultant who empowers their marketing strategy and profits along the way.
We only get one life. How much of yours are you actually living? In this episode, get 7 powerful tips that can transform the way you work and live for the better.
Want to reduce stress, eliminate chaos and have more control and success in your life? Get rid of the non-essentials and focus only on the very few things that really matter. Learn how to be an essentialist from New York Times bestselling author Greg McKeown, author of “Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit Of Less.”
Dan Faggella has built a flourishing subscription business in a specialized martial arts niche. In this interview, he and fellow subscription expert James Schramko talk about the beginnings of his business, the strategies behind its success, and where he plans to go with his profitable venture.
Just how do you go about social media marketing effectively? Jen Sheahan of Socially Grown reveals what works and what doesn’t in the constantly changing field of social media marketing.
Business brand identity has always been linked to the personal brand of the owner, founder, CEO (and the top personalities in the company). But the link has become stronger and more inseparable than ever.
The world of Web video watching is forever changed. Remote viewers can now make suggestions on how a dad can break the sad news to his young daughter about her fish dying. Brands like Adidas can take sports fans inside the contract signing of an athlete. Viewers from different locations can share the experience of watching a live concert in Madison Square Garden. Musicians can gauge fan reactions immediately to a new song. And it all happens live.
Content marketing has never been more powerful. But technology continues to evolve so your businesses should find new strategies in order to make their content strategy succeed. Here’s an episode that teaches you how to do it.
16. Get More Rest
Rest has become undervalued in a society focused on production. Are you one of the millions missing out on adequate sleep and relaxation? In this podcast episode, rediscover the importance of rest, find out what lack of it does to us, and gain tips for improving your own rest.
Entrepreneurship is a whole different game from holding down a job, and to succeed will require a change of mindset. In this podcast episode, learn practical ideas that will help you move your own entrepreneuring journey forward.
Your customers want and need proof. And the powerful way to present proof is via video. Learn how to make videos that really prompt the audience to take action and take a step toward your offer, in this episode with video production specialist Ryan Spanger.
Entrepreneur Greg Cassar is a widely-recognized expert in conversions and marketing. In his presentation at the SuperFastBusiness 9 live event, he shares digital marketing knowledge from years of running an agency and shows solid proof that it works. Tune in and take the guesswork out of how you can double your business.
Delve into the future of digital marketing and e-commerce with futurist, Nathan Musson.
We hope you enjoyed these posts and we look forward to bringing you more great inspiring content in 2016.
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