Archive for June 2017


In episode #86 of Troublesome Radio, I welcome @RogueDarren back to the show---this time to talk about Bitcoin and alt-coins. We recorded #86 right after #85, so if you missed that---click here to give it a listen. 

Here are some of the various questions we tackled (in no particular order):

A huge thanks (again) to Darren for being a part of the show. It was a pleasure having him on and I hope to have him on again in another year's time! 

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In episode #85 of Troublesome Radio, I welcome my friend Darren back to the show to chat about SEM (Search Engine Marketing). If you haven't heard Darren's appearance way back on episode #24, go give it a listen.

In episode #86, we dive into an hour-long show about how he's made a bucketload of money on trading crypto currencies this year---you won't want to miss it.

In this action-packed episode 85 though, you'll learn...

  • What exactly search engine marketing entails, and how to get started
  • How offline and online business works very, very differently---people are willing to spend a lot of money.
  • Why some of his clients pay $75+ for clicks for a single ad
  • How much do you have to expect to spend to get any good data? 
  • How do you get tracking details in place and set up properly
  • ...finally, is all of this beyond the guy who just wants to make a few bucks from his blog?

As a side note, and I forgot to mention this on the show---if you're looking to get into Search Engine Marketing, many of you who have signed up with Bluehost or other web hosts will have a credit (usually $100-$200) for ads on Google or Bing.

Don't forget to hit subscribe to the Podbean page - episode #86 will be out very, very shortly and it's not to be missed...

But for now, enjoy the show!

PS: Pro Niche Site is launching on June 28th. For early-bird access and prices, go here.

PSS: If you like Troublesome Radio, you’re in for a damn treat. This summer, I’ll be launching the Nomad, Nerdy, and Dirty Show. The premium video podcast series regarding everything nomadic life and online business. Click here to get on the wait list.

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In episode #84 of Troublesome Radio, I talk about my recent Twitter threads that got quite a bit of attention. 

Thread #1

Thread #2

If you Google, “What men want in a relationship”, it’s full of bad advice from women trying, with good intentions, to help each other out. Well, this podcast is for both:

  1. The men out there who are looking for the absolutely BEST in life, and willing to make endless sacrifices for that.
  2. The women who are truly feminine, looking to improve, and wanting to find the best man they can. If you are a girl who likes the idea of a career, loves cats, or is fat or generally unpleasant—you’ll hate this show. Don't listen (even though I know you will anyway).

What men want in a relationship is actually quite simple, once you filter past all of the bullshit. I believe these ten things that I randomly jotted down and tested on Twitter are the truth.

I firmly think that if most men followed this guidelines and found a woman who was on board, the majority of them would find then classify themselves as “very happy.”

Here are the ten things men should demand for women:

  1. Must be easygoing
  2. Must be able to cook, or at least working on that
  3. Has your back, holds grudges on your enemy
  4. Has opinions and knows when it's appropriate to speak them
  5. Knows how to give you space

As for the other five - you'll have to listen to find out!

It's also worth noting that I did write a nearly 2,000 word post on the same issue. This podcast was much more of a very epic rant.

PS: If you’re looking to REALLY have your choice of girls in the world, you need to learn advanced game that’s only reserved for a select few. Click here to learn more.

PSS: If you need help with the basics, learn how to text girls properly, or just to get more dates—then this is your solution.

PSS: If you like Troublesome Radio, you're in for a damn treat. This summer, I'll be launching the Nomad, Nerdy, and Dirty Show. The premium video podcast series regarding everything nomadic life and online business. Click here to get on the wait list.

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In episode #83 of Troublesome Radio, I invited Alex Mangini (@aamangini) on to the show to discuss building products, websites, and blogging. Alex is the creator and designer of Marketer's Delight.

In this 70+ minute episode, you'll learn...

  • Alex's backstory---how he sold his first website at a raw 18 years old for a cool $20,000. Does he have any regrets about it?
  • How to overcome the beginning struggles of being an entrepreneur. Most importantly, Alex talks about how you MUST be the biggest advocate of your own product, every time.
  • How to measure the DEMAND for your product in the marketplace---which is probably the most important thing you must do (and a mistake I've made). In addition, how you differentiate yourself in an already-crowded market.
  • Can you CREATE a market? Or is it best to "do better" than current products in the market? Alex shares his thoughts on this.
  • Is it worth it to have business partners? Alex and I mostly agree on this.
  • Programming---is it worth it to learn, and if so---where do you start?
  • Finally, what's coming up for Alex and his business.

Again, this is 70+ minutes of killer advice from two people who have made a lot of mistakes in our own businesses.

Alex and I are both a bit young, and definitely don't know everything---but we do know a thing or two.

Enjoy the episode and let us know what you think!

While I'm a huge proponent of one of Alex's competitors (and inspirations!), Thrive Themes, I'm actually about to take Marketer's Delight for my own test drive (on a new niche site I'm about to start building as early as this week). I can't wait to give it a shot and review MD, too!

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