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Mike Zeller's Secret to Running 8 Successful Businesses

On this episode of Proposify Biz Chat, I’m joined by social entrepreneur, Mike Zeller. Mike started eight different businesses in five different industries, producing over a hundred million dollars in sales. He’s been featured in Huffington Post, Business Insider, and Entrepreneur, and in addition to having his own marketing agency he mentors and educates other budding entrepreneurs.


What John Doherty Learned Building a 'Tinder' for Agencies

On this episode of Proposify BizChat, I'm joined by veteran digital marketer and founder of Credo, John Doherty. Credo matches businesses with digital marketing professionals; think of it like Tinder for clients and agencies. John started Credo after working for many years as a consultant during which he met many clients who had had poor experiences with disreputable digital marketers. John saw the need for a place where he could refer his clients to legitimate online marketers and consultants.


Are You Wasting Your Time On These SEO ‘Best Practices’?

On this episode of Proposify BizChat, I'm joined by SEO expert, Kyle Roof. Kyle runs the Search Intelligence Agency, a community of over 200 SEO professionals, and is the co-founder of High Voltage SEO, a full-service digital marketing agency with offices in the United States, Germany, and Australia. To stay current with SEO trends, Kyle has developed proprietary tools and methods, including a keyword strength algorithm, a method for determining target on-page optimization rates, and a WordPress SEO plugin.


How to Stand Out: Gary Nealon's Strategy for Targeting Ecommerce Customers

On this episode of Proposify BizChat, I talk with entrepreneur and marketer Gary Nealon. Gary has built various multi-million dollar businesses, one of which was named amongst the top 500 fastest growing businesses in the US. He is an expert in ecommerce, and growth-hacked the kitchen industry with his company, RTA Cabinet Store, which is slated to do roughly $40 million in business this year alone. I talk to Gary about some sneaky Facebook group hacks to help with retargeting audiences, and how they keep competitors at bay.


From Beta to Buzz Sumo: Building the Ultimate Social Search Engine

On this episode of Proposify Biz Chat, I talk with serial entrepreneur and co-founder of Buzz Sumo, Steve Rayson. Steve set up and sold and number of technology businesses in the past before convincing co-founders James Blackwell and Henley Wing to work full-time on Buzz Sumo in 2014. The trio managed to build the company with zero dollars in outside funding, and are now an agency necessity used by brands like Expedia, IBM, Buzzfeed, National Geographic, Rolling Stone, and here at Proposify! If you’ve been thinking about working with a social search engine, this Biz Chat episode will have you convinced it’s the right move.

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