My Interview with Growth Hack Expert Neil Patel

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Neil offers some great tips here, especially a very surprising one about a hot topic right now: infographics!


Interviews like this take calls, emails and time to set up...and more time to edit afterwards. Let me know if these are helpful to you, so that I know to continue doing them.
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  • Profile picture of the author mjbmedia
    Good work Jason, maybe next time delve deeper, give someone like him harder questions that are more suited to his level of 'expertise' as they all /we all like to show what we know
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  • Profile picture of the author Matthew North
    This should probably be moved to the IM section because this is about SEO.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jason Kanigan
      Originally Posted by Matthew North View Post

      This should probably be moved to the IM section because this is about SEO.
      The guys in the SEO section just want to argue like two carpenters on a job, and then the Offliners might never see it. Also, it's more about growing your presence online than just SEO. His comments on infographics were very significant.

      Originally Posted by mjbmedia View Post

      Good work Jason, maybe next time delve deeper, give someone like him harder questions that are more suited to his level of 'expertise' as they all /we all like to show what we know
      I am not an SEO guy, so I don't have "deeper questions" to ask in that area. The ones I did ask mostly came from Colin Theriot's Cult of Copy participants. I asked in this subforum and in the Copywriting subforum for people to let me know what questions they'd like me to ask, and didn't get any responses.

      Originally Posted by globalpro View Post

      Definitely. It's amazing how much you can get out of a short interview like this, as opposed to having to read a written version of something like this.

      Straight to the point. Love it.

      And kudos on getting to interview Neil. Guy really knows his stuff.
      Thanks. I was able to schedule a 10 minute interview with him, and had to wait a couple weeks for the open spot. We talked for about 15 minutes and I edited it down a bit. With setup and editing, the project took over two hours.
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  • Profile picture of the author globalpro
    Originally Posted by Jason Kanigan View Post

    Interviews like this take calls, emails and time to set up...and more time to edit afterwards. Let me know if these are helpful to you, so that I know to continue doing them.
    Definitely. It's amazing how much you can get out of a short interview like this, as opposed to having to read a written version of something like this.

    Straight to the point. Love it.

    And kudos on getting to interview Neil. Guy really knows his stuff.
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