Rainmaker Rewind: How to Find Your Content Marketing Strength

Rainmaker.FM rewind

With an array of content mediums to choose from, which ones will work best for you and your business? In this week’s edition of Rewind, Amy Harrison answers your content marketing questions on the most recent episode of Hit Publish.

By sharing some of her personal experiences, she hopes to help you evaluate the main content choices that are available for marketing your business and selling what you do.


What’s at risk if you don’t play to your strengths when creating content to market your business? Well, there are a number of dangers for you and your business.

If you’re not playing to your strengths, you’re going to struggle to compete with someone who is.

If you are okay at blogging, but it’s more something that you have to do rather than something you want to do, you’re not going to, as they say, “bring your A game.”

And if you don’t, you can guarantee there’s a competitor who will …

Listen and learn.

Here are two more must-listen episodes from this week:


Tune in to Hack the Entrepreneur as host Jon Nastor chats with Brian Tracy about knowing if you have what it takes to be successful and why 80 percent right is better than perfect.

Hack the Entrepreneur:

We All Start As Employees, with Brian Tracy


By now, you’ve likely seen the Rainmaker FM redesign. Listen in to Copyblogger FM as Sonia Simone chats with Robert Bruce and Rafal Tomal about the new look and feel.

Copyblogger FM:

Behind the Scenes: An Inside Look at the Rainmaker FM Redesign

And one more thing …

If you want to get my Rainmaker Rewind pick of the week sent straight to your favorite podcast player, subscribe right here on Rainmaker FM.

See you next week.

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