How To Reverse Engineer Massively Shareable Content (FS086)
You want to make blog posts, podcasts, products that are going to get found, hit a nerve, be seen and shared and loved.
In this episode we share my favorite new research trick to come up with killer ideas for what content to make.
- What should you write?
- What topics is your audience interested in?
- What are people searching for in your niche?
- How could you get noticed above the noise out there?
We share the simple process we use so you can discover the answers for your own audience and make your best stuff ever. Enjoy!
Crazy Fizzler Statistics in 2014 — Awesome stats about what Fizzlers accomplished last year (including some of my favorite movie quotes and screenshots).
How to Create Great Content That Drives Traffic | OkDork.com — “I’m going to pull back the curtain and show you EXACTLY how to write (and promote) a piece of content that generates thousands of laser-targeted visitors to your site.”
7 Methods to Help You Dig Deeper with Keyword Research and Niche Selection (Unreleased) – YouTube — A great video from Pat Flynn about other things you can do to research topic ideas.
24 Quick Actions You Can Do Today That Can Change Your Financial Life Forever — The post from Adam Baker that inspired one of Corbett’s biggest posts to date.
Reddit.com Advanced Search — A better way to search Reddit.
The Football Song
Chase went on a little rant/song in this episode and he decided to work it into a song. It’s like Uncle Cracker meets John Cougar Mellencamp meets over-enthusiastic nerd. It ain’t pretty, but it did happen live:
I’ve taken a lot of courses and been involved in several paid communities since I started my business, but I’ve never ever felt like anyone CARED as much about seeing my reach my goals as the Fizzle Team. They show up for me as much as I show up for myself. Thank you SO much, you guys!
📓 Articles & Announcements
Today is an exciting day for Fizzle. We’re announcing a complete refresh of Fizzle, including every aspect of our user experience – courses, content, live events and more. Since we first opened Fizzle in 2012, we’ve provided thousands of entrepreneurs and creators with training, coaching and community. Today, this refresh marks
Hands up if you easily create consistent content week after week without fail. My guess? Since you’re reading this article, that’s probably not the case. Despite what you may be thinking – you’re not alone. Lots of content
Starting a blog can be a life changing decision. I started blogging on a sabbatical while road-tripping through Mexico one year, and had no idea just how much my life would change as a result. Because I started a blog, I have: Reached millions of people Made friends around the
🎙️ Podcast Episodes
Joe Valley is an Author, Guest Speaker, EXITpreneur, Advisor, and Partner at Quiet Light. He has also built, bought, or sold over half a dozen of his own companies. Over the last nine years, Joe has mentored thousands of entrepreneurs whose goal is to achieve their own eventual exit. He
Tiffany Bisconer is a CPA with over 20 years of accounting and tax experience. Tiffany worked with one of the top certified public accounting firms before becoming director of Acena Consulting. She combines her private industry and public accounting experience to work with CPA firms and directly with business owners
This has been an exciting month for Fizzle! We recently announced a complete refresh of Fizzle, including every aspect of our user experience – courses, content, live events and more. Since we first opened Fizzle in 2012, we’ve provided thousands of entrepreneurs and creators with training, coaching and community.