Welcome back to the Jumpstart podcast! This is the first episode of our second season, and I couldn’t think of a better person to kick off our show.
Today we bring you a story of a girl who challenged status quo in the digital marketing world. Perfection was her enemy, mediocrity – kryptonite. Each time she faced the wall? She chose to stand up and fight.
Be sure to listen all of the way until the end of the show to hear a delightful tribute to Angie’s story, as written and performed by Uros, a dear friend of Jeffalytics.
Angie Schottmuller and I almost crossed paths while I was rollerblading in the parking lot of a company she used to work for. Almost.
I know what you’re thinking – that’s crazy that Jeff would admit to rollerblading on his podcast. The things I do for my listeners…
But this post is not about Jeff rollerblading and wearing neon green lycra pants. Because that never happened. You hear me? That never happened.
Talking with Angie Schottmuller was a real treat. She provided insights into how to make your marketing solutions repeatable, what do you do when your first blogpost shatters traffic records, and whether it’s possible to improve a website in just four hours!
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Angie’s insights are so natural and intuitive that you will finish this episode motivated to go and produce better marketing efforts. This is a must listen episode if you want to take your personal brand and marketing efforts to the next level.
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Quotable moments from Angie’s interview
On the importance of being yourself (and even more importantly, being rebellious):
On being a perfectionist:
On rising above the noisy world of marketing:
On just how much content there is out there:
Links related to this week’s episode
- @aschottmuller on Twitter
- Angie on LinkedIn
- Angie’s presentations on Slideshare
- More explanation of the scoring factors
- SEO Wars: Forget Black Hat, White Hat – What Color Is Your Lightsaber?
- The Mark Cuban Story that Jeff shared
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