Garrett Moon is the CEO and Co-Founder of CoSchedule, a popular editorial calendar that helps you plan, promote and execute your marketing strategy. Ranked as the best business tool built by a startup on Entrepreneur.com, CoSchedule helps more than 7,000 marketing teams stay organized in more 100 countries around the world.
Garrett has a new book out called the 10x Marketing Formula, Your Blueprint for Creating Competition-Free Content That Stands Out and Gets Results.
In this episode, he and I have a candid conversation about his 10x formula. He tells us we can take advantage of Twitter by using it more when it comes to publishing and resharing content. And that too many times we forget to keep that steady drumbeat going on Twitter. So that’s where the 10x formula comes into play. You’ll hear his strategies, that when applied, will help you get 10 times the results.Episode Highlights:
“#1 thing people need to be doing to really take advantage of Twitter is using it more, publishing more, sharing more.”
“There’s a real 10x marketing formula and we look at how you multiply the results that you’re getting from different marketing activities by 10 times.”Tools, Links and Apps Mentioned:
Check out Garrett’s new book 10X Marketing Formula. You can get the first chapter for free! His formula will show you exactly what to do to achieve tenfold marketing results. Read it and tell me what you think by sending me a tweet @MadalynSklar. I’d love to hear from you.Share Your Love For This Podcast:
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