063: Dissecting The Side Gig With The BMI Podcast
Today on Six Figure Side Gig I am sharing a recent interview I did with Andy Renk and Tom Trush on the Business Marketing Insider podcast. I was honored to be a guest on this podcast and the hosts asked some very pointed questions. We discussed the most effective approaches to marketing for both internet based and brick and mortar businesses. I also shared my philosophy on how to be successful in finding and starting a six figure side gig and why it is important to build a six month exit plan before leaving your main gig. We explore a number of the primary business rules I have used to create my side gigs. We also talk in depth about the use of content to attract business and provide lead generation.
All of that and more on today’s episode of The Six Figure Side Gig.
More About This Show:
Andy and Tom have been hosting Business Marketing Insider for more than 45 episodes. They have had some amazing, heaving hitting successful entrepreneurs on their show and have become a great source for business information. Their ability to engage in casual conversations with their guests to bring out the best on the topics of leads, loyalty and sales.
In this episode you’ll hear:
- Why a passion based business model does not always bring success
- The difficulties of creating a side gig
- Why content is crucial in product sales and lead generation
- The importance of identifying your target market
- Why it is more beneficial to define what is missing from the market than copying the market
- The three most common problems that prevent growth and improve profitability
A special thanks to Andy Renk and Tom Trush for having me on Business Marketing Insider podcast and thanks to you for you for joining us today. See you next time on The Six Figure Side Gig podcast!
- Find the The Business Marketing Insider Podcast on iTunes
- Find the Business Marketing Insider website at http://www.bmipodcast.com/
- Books mentioned in this podcast
So Good They Can’t Ignore You: Why Skills Trump Passion in the Quest for Work You Love, by Cal Newport