Podcast Episode 32 – How To Use Content Curation To Get Quality Articles And Make Money?

By April

On this episode we talk about how content curation can help you earning more money and also getting tons of high quality articles for a fraction of the cost.

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How to Start a Content Marketing Business?

By April

During episode 70 of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked for tips on how to start selling content marketing services.

The exact question was:

Hey guys hope you're doing great!

Bradley, I'm sure I've heard you mention that you sell content marketing services, basically offering curated blog/syndication, if this is right, could you give a few tips for this, I would like to build up some money by offering this service to SEO agencies so I have cash coming in then I can re-invest back into a real lead gen business with the mastermind and other tools etc. Thanks

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Weekly SEO Q&A – Hump Day Hangouts – Episode 61

By Joriel

Click on the video above to watch Episode 61 of the Semantic Mastery Hump Day Hangouts.

Full timestamps with topics and times can be found at the link above.

The latest upcoming free SEO Q&A Hump Day Hangout can be found at https://semanticmastery.com/humpday.




Adam: … Everybody, welcome to Episode 61 of Hump Day Hangouts. Today is the 6th of January, so this is the first Hump Day Hangout of 2016 … Happy to have you here. Going to go down the short line today. We just have three of us here today. How is it going, Hernan?

Hernan: Hey, Adam. Hey, everyone, it's good to be here. The prettiest, the best are here, the rest are somewhere else.

Adam: Bradley, how's it going?

Bradley: Good, man. What's up?

Adam: Good. Not much, I'm on the West Coast, still, but get wrapping things up. I'm going to be headed back to New York shortly, so really looking forward to that.

Bradley: How long have you been out on the West Coast, slacking?

Adam: Oh, you know, just, in my head, permanently, but not … The last nine days, so …

Bradley: Wow.

Adam: … it's been nice. I came from out here, so it's nice to get back and see family and do some work and get out, too, and see the mountains, and all that.

Bradley: Must be nice to make so much money that you can take off for nine days like that. What's that like?

Adam: I don't know, I still have to talk to you guys, so I don't count it as time off.

Hernan: Right, but … you do it, like, every two months or something, man …

Adam: Every two months, that's correct. Every two months.

Bradley: … and we all talk bad about you behind your back when you do it, too, so …

Adam: Exactly. Well, if behind my back means group messages, then yes, that's okay …

Hernan: … and [Hump Day Hangout 00:01:20].

Adam: Well, let's see, we've just got some quick announcements, and then we'll hop into it. For those of you who have been interested in our RYS Academy, Done For You services, that's going to be available very, very soon. We've already had some people testing out the service and had good results, so we're going to be opening that up. We'll let you guys know more about that soon, and we wanted to let you know, in case you weren't aware of it already via the emails, that Masterclass will be continuing; so if you were interested in hopping in on the Masterclass, not only is it available in the video forum in the training area, but we're also going to be continuing webinars with additional training. I don't know if you want to talk about that a little bit, Bradley.

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Recommended Books for a Successful SEO Entrepreneural Journey

By April


In Episode 61 of Semantic Mastery’s Hump Day Hangout, one question was about the best and recommended books for the senior members’ journey to SEO entrepreneurship.

The exact question was:

What books have helped you along your entrepreneurial journey? Cheers lads you guys are the shit, best in the industry!?

Here are the recommended books for SEO business:



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How to Position Yourself as an SEO When Presenting to Clients

By April


In Hump Day Hangout Episode 60, someone asked about how to properly position one’s self when submitting proposals to clients for SEO services. He would like to ask if you would present yourself as an SEO freelancer or an agency.

The exact question was:

What advice would you give about how to position yourself to potential clients when new to client work? Did you at first position yourself as a freelance SEO, a big web agency, an internet marketer etc. or did you make something up to stand out, like calling yourself an online profit specialist for example. Bit nervous about it, done a bit of web design and citation work but not SEO on a monthly basis, thinking of ranking them a video for small keyword before pitching them. WWBBD.

Team Work and Project Management for SEO Entrepreneurs

By April


During Hump Day Hangout Episode 57, one of the participants asked strategies on how to manage teams and projects for SEO business. She was specifically asking about doing all the tasks or delegating a team to perform what's needed.


The exact question was:


Please speak about how having a team working with you on the same projects allows you to accomplish feats that you would not be able to do as a lone worker?