[Podcast] Episode 024: The most downloaded episode of all-time with Noah Kagan

We discuss starting, failing, monetization, driving traffic, staying accountable, growing businesses, connecting with people, and much more with Noah Kagan.

On this episode of Ask Me About Email Marketing, we discuss starting, failing, monetization, driving traffic, staying accountable, growing businesses, connecting with people, and much more with Noah Kagan, the chief sumo at SumoMe.com. Whoa, that’s a lot to talk about.


In fact, Noah covers so much ground in our brief conversation, I’m convinced that this episode will be THE most downloaded episode to date. Let’s make it happen.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Why quality of subscribers supersedes quantity
  • How to commit to an email strategy and stay accountable
  • The velocity to $1 principle, and value of selling early
  • Ways feedback from subscribers can shape your strategy
  • The importance of sticking with your business
  • Some tactics for getting traffic, what to do with it, and why you might not need it at all
  • … and much more!

Thanks to Noah for joining the show, dropping some knowledge, and providing marketers with a ton of valuable tools at SumoMe.

Here are a few links that were mentioned on the show:

Click here to download this episode directly. (MP3)

Have a question about email marketing? Leave us a message at aweber.com/podcast.

12 Comments

  1. Dale Neff

    6/2/2016 5:19 pm

    Hey Tom, loved it.
    Dale

  2. Lauraline

    6/2/2016 7:46 pm

    Super info; however, too many talk faster than I can hear :o)

  3. Tom Tate

    6/3/2016 9:11 am

    Hey Dale,

    Thanks so much for listening and dropping a comment!

    Tom

    Hi Lauraline,

    Thanks for listening! I’ll try to talk a bit slower. Too much coffee that day. 🙂

    Tom

  4. Claire E. Casey

    6/3/2016 10:11 am

    Loved it!! I took some great notes n will b listening to it again n again im sure. Thanks..Claire???

  5. Jen McGahan

    6/3/2016 12:03 pm

    Hey Tom, great show! I really like what Aweber is doing lately and the podcast is definitely helpful. I also appreciate you putting yourself out there and answering some of Noah’s tough questions. It’s reassuring to hear that people and businesses I admire have had the same challenges. By the way, I’ve been using SumoMe for a couple of months on one of my websites. It’s a great product that goes perfectly with Aweber.

  6. Tom Tate

    6/3/2016 1:22 pm

    Claire, so glad you enjoyed the show!

    Hi Jen,

    Thanks for the kind words and for supporting the podcast. I think it’s super important for us as a team to put ourselves out there and try to navigate digital marketing together. We all have a lot to learn from each other. Checking out your site, by the way, and it’s awesome!

    Keep in touch,

    Tom

  7. bhawna

    6/9/2016 7:42 am

    THANKS FOR SHARING THIS BEST ARTICAL

  8. Tom Tate

    6/9/2016 8:41 am

    Oh no, Bhawna…thank YOU for listening!

    Tom

  9. Scott Bradley

    6/10/2016 8:44 am

    Great Insights – very actionable info – thanks very much!

  10. Tom Tate

    6/10/2016 8:59 am

    Hi Scott, Thanks for listening!

    Tom

  11. Lisa

    6/12/2016 8:50 pm

    Loved this interview.
    Where do we go to get the show notes?

  12. Tom Tate

    6/13/2016 2:48 pm

    Hi Lisa,

    Technically these are the show notes 🙂

    Am I missing anything you’d want to see?

    Thanks for listening!

    Tom