Ever thought of Co-hosting?

January 13, 2015 by  
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Many people have co-hosts for their podcasts, radio shows, web shows and television shows. Some even have co-bloggers for their blog. Why? Because you can create a great environment for your tribe when you have two people at the helm.

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There are a few people who do it really well. Think Regis and Kelley- Well, now it’s Kelly and Michael! Che Brown and Trevor Otts own it in the online webinar space. Penn Jillette had a co-host on his blog talk radio show. Co-hosting is an art! Read more

Why The Wright Place Works with BlogDash ( and why you should too)

December 16, 2014 by  
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BlogDash Review

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Working with BlogDash is a great way for bloggers to expand their content while increasing their income. The site is easy to work with. You simply log in and see the offers made to you. Bloggers can pick and choose from the assignments offered. Then post on their website. The website is easy to use and understand. Bloggers will have a list of requirements they must meet. The requirements are clearly spelled out, and there is no confusion about what is expected. There is complete clarity on what is going to be earned.

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Learning sales techniques from the Apprentice?

November 29, 2014 by  
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Learning sales techniques from the Apprentice?
Ah, it’s “Apprentice” season again. No, that doesn’t mean you can reach for a shotgun and bag a couple of arrogant 20 somethings, however tempting the thought. If there’s one thing you can consistently learn from the show it seems to be how not to be a salesperson. But why is the show so good at forming terrible salespeople and what makes for a good one? Can sales training really teach you how to sell or should it come naturally?
Why the lack of empathy, guys?

Sticking a group of competing egotists in a house together for several weeks is hardly the sure-fire way to develop this skill. Empathy needs to be the starting point for every sale; connect with people and you’ve won half the battle. You need a bit of it to start with, but sales training will teach aspiring hopefuls how to maximise it to its full potential.
Stop multi-tasking, you’re supposed to be selling

Focus – to be fair, many of the contestants seem to be focused enough; focused on showing how utterly amazing they are at every possible role imaginable. Good sales people shouldn’t be expected to multi-task, it’s not what they’re built for – they are excellent at focusing on one single thing. Some call it the kill, some call it a sale, but they get things done. Again, ability in this area needs to be inbuilt. Training in sales can help but some people are better at multi-tasking than focus – other roles may suit them better.
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