Ep 61: Tina Dietz – Walking Your Talk

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(2:30) How to choose the fitting social media app without tediously testing every shiny new platform.

(3:20) Tina’s first words out of the womb and how she consistently grows her audience – even with subpar copy.

(5:00) The unusual VA task for creating new ideas. Kevin shares his technique to turn a single interview into weeks of future content… A strategy that may lead to your next premium offering.

(9:00) “You might be an Internet Marketing Idiot if”…. you have any of these tell-tale signs of “shenanigans” or “general jackassery”. Learn why creative people don’t wear dumb “pants”.

(13:05) Tina’s conclusive 2-minute walkthrough of “blab”… and why it’s the #1 choice for mature marketers who want to put Periscope’s “video selfie… millennial-vibe” to rest.

(19:10) How to write “quick-sloppy-copy” for a 2-minute VSL that converts enough to “earn your entire salary in one go”.

(23:00) Why you’ll want to “decrease your client conversion” using Tina’s “Nightclub Bouncer Tactic”.

(25:50) Tina reveals the real trigger for her clients that moves them to double their income AND double their free time in 12 months or less.

(26:20) Why your preferred coach/client won’t willingly work you through your toughest challenges so you can reach lasting results…

(28:25) Tina’s ONE profound tip to avoid “bed-ridden burnout” and “success sabotage” even if you’re 10+ years into your business and think you figured it all out already.

Bullets written by Max Rouzier. You can reach Max at http://www.thatmanmax.com/

Resources Mentioned

Tina Dietz’s Site

The Truth About Marketing podcast is produced by The Podcast Factory




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