Podcast Episodes - Screw The Commute

268 – Secrets of Affiliate Selling: Tom talks Affiliate Marketing

There are two main types of affiliate selling. The first is if you become an affiliate for somebody else. You promote the product or service or refer it to others, and if one of the people you refer it to buys the product because of your referral, the product owner gives you a commission. The other is where you have a product and someone else becomes your affiliate. They promote your product, and if someone buys your product because of their referral, you pay them a commission.

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267 – Real Estate is his deal: Tom interviews Dr. Howard Haller

Dr. Howard Haller, I call him Big Dog PhD, found his first off market property at age 22 and it changed his life and made it possible for him to buy his first house at a substantial discount. And it was in a great neighborhood. And he could have never afforded it had he not known what he's going to tell you today. And with his help, you too can find secret off market properties, secure them and profit from them.

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266 – Making a living with intimacy retreats: Tom interviews Diana Daffner

Diana Daffner, with her husband Richard, is the author of Tantric Sex for Busy Couples, How to Deepen Your Passion in just 10 Minutes a Day. And they lead romantic workshops for couples called Intimacy Retreats, and they've been filmed by ABC TV and featured in USA Today. Diana holds a master's degree in counseling, was a massage instructor at the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California and she holds a black belt in aikido too.

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265 – Great guests equal great podcasts: Tom talks How To Book Great Podcast Guests

Booking great podcast guests. You may not have considered having guests on your show as it's a little more difficult technically. And maybe you have enough stuff in your head that you don't need guests, but there's some pretty significant benefits of having guests. Good guests make your show more interesting and give the listener a chance to hear other viewpoints.

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264 – He knows himself: Tom interviews Ken Keis

Ken Keis is a PhD, considered one of the foremost global authorities on personality and how assessment strategies not only increase, but multiply your success rate. He also co-created Consulting Resource Group's proprietary development models and written over 4 million words of content for 40 business training programs, 12 assessments and over 500 articles. He's an expert on assisting individuals, families, teams and organizations to realize their full potential and to live on purpose.

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263 – Amazon Kindle Secrets: Tom interviews Carol McManus

Over the last 12 years, Carol McManus has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs, speakers and authors reach new markets using innovative methods of marketing, branding and social media. She prides herself on staying up to date on information that help her clients be more successful. Now, today, she'll be sharing how to drive book sales and build your own e-mail lists, using the back door secrets at Amazon.

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262 – Distance learning and working is more important than ever: Tom talks Learning and Working from Home

Distance learning and working from home. Two very important subjects, especially given the situation we're in right now. I describe what benefits distance learning can provide and what working at home can do to improve your overall life. The upside potential for both of these is virtually limitless, but you must make a plan, and execute it, to maximize the value of learning without all that college debt, and to take advantage of what working at home can mean for you and your family.

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261 – An introvert that makes cool videos: Tom interviews Lou Bortone

Lou Bortone has been a pioneer and thought leader in the video space since the launch of YouTube in 2005. He's helped thousands of entrepreneurs and companies create and leverage online video to build their brands and dramatically grow their Web revenues. And prior to his industry leading work in online video marketing, he spent 20 years as a marketing executive in the entertainment industry, and some of his videos are just quirky and cool.

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260 – Speaking Engagements and Publicity are her game: Tom interviews Jackie Lapin

Jackie Lapin is the founder of SpeakerTunity. She's an expert in helping leaders and authors get booked for speaking engagements, radio shows, podcasts and virtual summits. Her revolutionary SpeakerTunity Cities, provides comprehensive regional speaker leads directories for markets all across North America. For the past 10 years, she's also been providing radio and podcast tours for authors in personal growth, wellness, spirituality and conscious business.

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259 – Great Titles make Great Sales: Tom talks Great Titles

I use titles for all kinds of things. I put the heavy emphasis on information products because they are so high profit and easy to deliver. But they're used in presentations, articles, blog postings, videos and just about anywhere you want to grab someone's attention. Your title is pretty much like the headline of a sales letter. It grabs attention so you have a better chance of getting a person interested enough to buy whatever you're selling.

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