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Today we continue the Netsetter Interviews. Some of you may have recently read the post of 50 Netsetters You Should Know about. Some of the people on the list have already been guests on BlogcastFM, but there were a ton that I didn’t even know about who are up to some really cool stuff, so I’m really excited to have Stanford Smith from Pushing Social on the podcast. Here are just a few of the highlights:
  • Why his first blog failed and some great lessons from it
  • Why You Need to Have a Voice
  • How he used his kids Mohawks for Authenticity (this is a LOL post)
  • How he Got on the Radar of Highly influential Bloggers and had them share his content in the first few months
  • Why you have to do much more than just write to be a successful blogger
  • Why You should go back and Look at the Very First Posts of Successful Bloggers
  • The key to turning your personal brand into a superstar
  • The Importance of Being Very Open and Being Yourself Online
  • Unexpected Opportunities that have Come about from Blogging
Stanford Smith is the Vice President of Marketing at Fluency Media where he's allowed to toss his grenades at the marketing establishment. He is also the author of the blog Pushing Social where he writes about building your brand with social media. You can follow him on twitter @pushingsocial

Originally aired over 6 years ago.


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