091: Using content as a form of outreach with Ryan Robinson

091: Using content as a form of outreach with Ryan Robinson

I got the pleasure of catching up with Ryan Robinson at the HOW Design Live conference.

Ryan runs a content marketing consultancy and has some big clients like LinkedIn and Zendesk. In addition to that, Ryan is a contributor at Inc., Forbes, and Entrepreneur Magazine.

Not only does he have a ton of experience in writing great content, Ryan really stands apart because of his ability to get that content in front of as many people as possible.

In this episode, Ryan talks about how he landed some of these huge clients and contributorships. He lays out some great strategies to help others get their content noticed, pitch guest posts, and become contributors.

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083: New inbound clients in 30 days with Michael Gass

083: New inbound clients in 30 days with Michael Gass

On this episode of the Working Without Pants Podcast, I had the pleasure of talking with Michael Gass. Michael runs the Fuel Lines Business Development blog, which is one of the top 100 marketing blogs according to Ad Age.

In this episode, Michael goes in depth on a lot of the tactics he uses when helping companies with their inbound marketing strategies.

A ton of companies have a hard time seeing the results of inbound, or the results take forever. Michael shows us some ways that inbound can be creating impact in about 30 days.

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081: Strategic Partnerships with Michael Sacca of Crew

081: Strategic Partnerships with Michael Sacca of Crew

On this episode of Working Without Pants, I had the pleasure of interviewing the former President of Crew, Michael Sacca. When Michael came to Crew, he was the head of partnerships, and we get to talk a lot about how he worked on creating valuable partnerships in that role.

We also get an in-depth look at some of his outbound campaigns and how he crafted these to best reach his audience.

This was a fun interview with a ton of insight, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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