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Interview With Eliquid: How Start A Business From Scratch (+His Best Advise for SEO)

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Martin Boeddeker

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Hi,

last year I interviewed @eliquid for my Podcast.

I've never learned so much from a single Interview.

If you liked MJ's Unscripted book you'll love what Jason shares in this interview.

He is probably the best real life model of the unscripted philosophy I've ever encountered.



If you prefer listening or reading, you can find the interview on my blog as well:

SERPWoo Founder Jason Brown Reveals: How To Make 7 Figures in 6 Months Starting From Scratch (+His Best Advise for SEO)

Enjoy!
 
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Thanks @Martin Boeddeker and @eliquid

  • Loved hearing your background @eliquid.
  • Agreed, starting a service business is one of the fastest way to start a business.
  • And yeah, I manage my time and productivity mostly with a pen and Moleskine, and a bit of Google Calendar.
  • Agreed that if everyone's talking about it then it's too late.
  • And I also start with my sphere of influence, and also forums.
  • Interesting discussion about where communities are going.
  • My main takeaway: Don't listen too much to other people. Do you own thing, your own way.
 

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After Andy asked:

My Own TakeAways from the interview were:
  • Start with a side hustle
  • Don’t believe in job security
  • Build competence through creating, trial & error and “getting your feet wet”
  • Stretch your comfort zone when you try to learn something
  • Don’t believe in magic bullets
  • Apps are overrated – Use pen & paper
  • Checklists are useful for managers, not for creative work
  • It takes at least ½ day to get any meaningful work done (coding, writing blog posts, etc.)
  • Get to know your personality type
  • If something is hot now, it’s already too late
  • When building/testing a product: Start with your sphere of influence
  • Once you get feedback/reviews turn to SEO, PPC etc.
  • Most important SEO factor: Consistency
Don’t believe anything he said! Make your own decisions and listen to your gut.
 
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After Andy asked:

My Own TakeAways from the interview were:
  • Start with a side hustle
  • Don’t believe in job security
  • Build competence through creating, trial & error and “getting your feet wet”
  • Stretch your comfort zone when you try to learn something
  • Don’t believe in magic bullets
  • Apps are overrated – Use pen & paper
  • Checklists are useful for managers, not for creative work
  • It takes at least ½ day to get any meaningful work done (coding, writing blog posts, etc.)
  • Get to know your personality type
  • If something is hot now, it’s already too late
  • When building/testing a product: Start with your sphere of influence
  • Once you get feedback/reviews turn to SEO, PPC etc.
  • Most important SEO factor: Consistency
Don’t believe anything he said! Make your own decisions and listen to your gut.
Awesome summary, thanks for sharing! I look forward to listening to this later.
 

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Wow! I used SERPWoo everyday at my old job that focused a lot on ORM. It's crazy that the founder is on this forum. I love the visual aspect of SERPWoo.

I started my own SEO agency but I currently use SerpBook as it's simple and cheaper tbh. They also track top 100 so it's easier for reporting purposes. Maybe if I get an ORM client I'll start using SERPWoo again.
 

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Wow! I used SERPWoo everyday at my old job that focused a lot on ORM. It's crazy that the founder is on this forum. I love the visual aspect of SERPWoo.

I started my own SEO agency but I currently use SerpBook as it's simple and cheaper tbh. They also track top 100 so it's easier for reporting purposes. Maybe if I get an ORM client I'll start using SERPWoo again.

Thanks

BTW, we have tracked the top100 since day 1. Maybe it was something overlooked.

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