In episode #1033, we discuss how to find a reliable marketer. Tune in to hear how you can sort the wheat from the chaff.
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TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
- [00:27] Today’s Topic: How to Find a Reliable Marketer
- [00:41] If you are looking for a blogger, go to Problogger.
- [01:05] No matter which type of marketer you are looking for, you will find that many are unreliable.
- [01:45] Neil tests potential marketers.
- [02:15] Neil finds people by throwing them into the process and seeing if they sink or swim.
- [03:20] Getting people to do paid tests is a good way to measure future success.
- [03:45] If you have someone in your office, the interview process is important, as well as the testing.
- [04:22] At Disney World/Land, they test people to see if they will throw away trash they placed on the ground.
- [05:25] 95% of marketers say they can do things that they cannot.
- [06:30] Applicant tracking systems are helpful.
- [07:15] That’s it for today!
- [07:50] We are almost at capacity for our live event, so register while you still can: Check out Single Grain for more info.
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