In this episode Melinda Samson from Click Winning Content explains Google Analytics 101 (Google Analytics in plain English). Mel steps you through the key metrics you should be tracking and how to set up goals, as well as sharing her top tips for optimising your dashboard and reports.
Melinda Samson from Click Winning Content has been a Google Partner for over 6 years.
She loves helping businesses maximise their investment in AdWords and better understand their Google Analytics data through outsourced services, small group training and speaking opportunities.
Mel is based in Melbourne, but works with a whole range of clients throughout Australia.
When not trying to get the best click through rates for her clients, Mel can be found watching grand slam tennis all over the world, enjoying Melbourne sunsets or her favourite dish, accompanied with cracked pepper.
In this episode Greg Jenkins from Monkeypod Marketing talks about business automation, sharing some helpful tips on how you can make the most of automation software to streamline, scale and grow your business.
Greg Jenkins is the founder of Monkeypod Marketing, where they focus on providing empowering entrepreneurs through educational events and online courses. Prior to starting Monkeypod Marketing, Greg worked at Infusionsoft, first as a consultant, and ultimately as the curriculum developer and lead trainer for Infusionsoft University. Greg currently lives in San Diego with his girlfriend Sara and dog Gatsby; and loves hiking, traveling, binging netflix and enjoying craft beer.
In this episode Valerie Khoo from the Australian Writer’s Centre talks about power stories, sharing tips on how you can create and share your stories to achieve greater business success.
is founder and national director of the Australian Writers’ Centre
, which is Australia’s leading centre for writing courses. Over 25,000 students have learnt at the centre and it has campuses in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth – as well as a huge online learning community enrolling from all over the world.
Valerie is also a journalist, small business commentator and author of the best-selling book “Power Stories: The 8 Stories You MUST Tell to Build an Epic Business”. An avid podcaster, she co-hosts the popular podcasts “So you want to be a writer” and “So you want to be a photographer”.
In this episode Hunter Boyle talks about conversion optimization, sharing insights into how to increase conversion rates in all aspects of your business to increase the profitability of your business.
Hunter Boyle is an adventurer, business builder and international speaker. He’s been producing triple-digit gains since the dot-com days and led marketing and sales teams at AWeber, 1800 Hotels, MarketingExperiments and more. In 2015, he launched his new firm, Optimization Copilot, helping clients grow with content and conversion strategy, consulting and coaching. A leading authority on optimization, Hunter’s passion for training has fueled over 400 articles, webinars and workshops. Now he’s landed in Melbourne and is learning the joys of coffee and a whole new market.
In this episode Jonathan Doyle (www.jonathandoyle.co) talks about Bridging the Gap, sharing with us his insights into how to live a more passionate, extraordinary and abundant life.
Jonathan is passionate about inspiring people to live the life they were created for. He is on an endless quest for insights, ideas and systems that can help us break through our barriers into a new level of life, service and purpose.
This quest is inspired by his lifelong interest into why some people live amazing lives of contribution and success, whilst many struggle with lost ambitions, unfulfilling relationships and the status quo.
Over the last two decades he has travelled the world, working with a wide range of organizations and delivering live seminars to over 300,000 people.
Jonathan believes that people who live passionate, extraordinary and abundant lives do so because they do different things to other people. He talks about this in his book “Bridging the Gap – 8 ideas to change your life”.
In this episode Nathan Chan talks about rapid business growth, sharing how he has managed to be so successful in his business, Foundr, even though he only launched it a couple of years ago.
Nathan Chan is the Publisher and Editor of Foundr Magazine, a digital magazine for young entrepreneurs on the App Store and Google Play store. Nathan launched Foundr in March 2013 from his bedroom and in a short period of time Foundr has become a top 10 ranked ‘Business and Investing Magazine’ on the app store and Nathan was a finalist for Publisher of the Year for 2014 in the Digital Magazine awards. He has had the pleasure of interviewing some of the most accomplished entrepreneurs around the world including Sir Richard Branson, Arianna Huffington and many more, which we will no doubt talk about today.