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The 3 Pillars of Influence with Adam Adams

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Background

Adam Adams is the founder of GrowYourShow.com where they help you get your message out to the world. Their clients are getting ranked in the top 1% on Apple Podcast and other top charts which means ONE thing: His clients have more influence than 99% of the podcasts out there.

Adam says the reason most podcasters fail is a lack of marketing. This is why his niche is to manage that critical piece so you can have more listeners, more downloads, more ratings, and more reviews. Adam has a loyal following in the real estate industry as well as the podcasting industry. After selling his real estate podcast (He actually sold his first show… I didn’t even know you could do that,) he launched the Podcast on Podcasting which is ranked as the top podcast to help podcasters.

Thought Leadership

If you have a unique perspective on something that is authentically you, that is a great way to get yourself out there. Positioning yourself as a thought leader – whether through books, video or in face-to-face conversations with others – can attract people who connect with your authentic self and grow an audience that will resonate with your ideas and opinions.

Social Media Presence

Having a social media presence means that someone who might resonate with you can find you and connect with you. On social media they can see what your values are – your hobbies, family, where you’ve been and what your aspirations might be – and that will help them decide if you are the right person for them. Alternatively, if they can’t find you, they can’t even attempt to get in touch and you won’t be able to grow your audience.

Meeting In-Person

Owning a storefront is a fabulous way to meet with people in-person. If you are a small business owner with a brick-and-mortar shop, this can elevate your influence significantly.

If you don’t have a storefront, meeting up at networking groups is a great way to connect in person. You can also try conferences, workshops, meetings and a thousand other routes to forge relationships with your audience. Online video calls on platforms like Zoom also counts as meeting in-person.

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