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The mastermind that does $35M a year with 5 employees, What correlates with positive or negative search rankings?, Political agendas now affect a company’s marketing plan, and more
March 14, 2024

In episode #2698, we explore the concept of masterminds and their potential for success. We begin by examining insights into Sam Ovens, whose highly successful mastermind generated $35 million annually with just five employees. We delve into Ovens’ unique approach to his mastermind, which included intimate in-person sessions and virtual events. The discussion then transitions to a tweet by Ross Hudgens, which examines the correlation between specific website features and their impact on search rankings, whether positive or negative.

 

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TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • (00:00) Today’s topic: The mastermind that does $35M a year with 5 employees, What correlates with positive or negative search rankings?, Political agendas now affect a company’s marketing plan, and more
  • (00:39) Eric explains the unique format of Sam Ovens’ mastermind, where participants discuss their problems and share expertise.
  • (03:14) Eric mentions another mastermind that charges $85,000 for a year and a half, targeting a specific industry.
  • (05:01) Neil Patel brings up a tweet by Ross Hudgens about website features that correlate with positive or negative search rankings.
  • (05:40) Eric shares the positive website features that correlate with increased traffic, including first person pronouns and cookie consent.
  • (06:14) Neil expresses skepticism about the impact of adding pronouns to articles on search rankings.
  • (07:13) Eric reveals the four most negative website features that correlate with decreased traffic, including fixed ads and stock images.
  • (08:26) Pronouns likely do not affect website rankings.
  • (09:09) Political issues are impacting marketing decisions.
  • (13:35) Organizations are making drastic changes based on personal beliefs.
  • (15:10) Gemini’s prompt for diverse images sparked controversy.
  • (17:00) That’s it for today! Don’t forget to rate, review, and subscribe!

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