In This Episode: 

It takes a lot of time, effort, and energy to write a good piece of content. So why do most people hit “publish” and let their word baby fade into the vast void of the internet? 

Ross Simmonds is here to help you change that. He’s teaching us how to better leverage the content we create and get more out of every piece you publish. 

Ross is a digital marketing strategist and entrepreneur who is passionate about technology, remote work, good people, good coffee and storytelling.

His writing and coaching has been featured on Forbes, Venture Beat, Huffington Post, Mashable, CBC and more. 

He’s the founder of Hustle & Grind (an eCommerce store for entrepreneurs) and Foundation Marketing — a B2B content marketing agency.

Ross has also written two books — Stand Out and The Hustle Manifesto. 

PLUS – he also sits on the board of directors for Volta Labs, Black Business Initiative, and the  Boys & Girls Club of Preston, as well as the board of trustees for Phoenix Youth Programs. 

Today we’re talking content distribution, business mindset, and leaving a legacy with your writing. This was an exciting and insightful conversation that we’ve been waiting to share with you. Enjoy!

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Episode Highlights

  • How Ross writes exciting content for “boring” industries (You B2B writers will love this!)
  • The “Guacamole Method” for getting responses to cold outreach
  • His system for distributing your content further so it gets in front of more people
  • How to turn old pieces of content that are collecting dust into assets that drive business
  • His “pitch trick” for getting on more podcasts and stages
  • How to build multiple revenue streams into your writing business
  • The one thing you should do if you want someone to read and respond to your cold pitch
  • How he trains inexperienced writes at his agency to produce high-level content
  • His advice for using your business and platform positively impact causes you believe in (without diluting your brand)
  • How to think and write about controversial subjects
  • His advice for creating a clear vision for the legacy you want to leave

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