[Podcast] Episode #17: Noah Kagen – Hacking Your Headline For Success

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I stumbled across what is probably the most powerful blog marketing tool I’ve ever used. It’s called King Sumo a plugin that allows you test multiple headline variations.

I invited Noah Kagen, founder of AppSumo, on the show to walk us through how to get the most out of this plugin.

In this episode we discuss:
1. How to quickly test your headlines within minutes
2. Unexpected insights Noah discovered while testing headlines for AppSumo
3. How to get your own free copy of KingSumo!

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About Stan

Stan Smith is the Managing Director of Pushing Social a content marketing consultancy for aggressive, results-focused organizations.

2 thoughts on “[Podcast] Episode #17: Noah Kagen – Hacking Your Headline For Success

  1. Roberta Hill

    I was searching on a review of KingSumo when discovered this recent podcast… how timely and helpful. Take the time to listen it is worth it. Great interview guys. Have shared on LinkedIn. Have to confess still not clear on how to win but hope I did it correctly.

  2. ahmedronaldo

    Noah don’t keep anything. He just share everything and that’s what I love about him. It’s not about reading blogs anymore, it’s about how you affect your client’s life. This 22 mins podcast is really great.
    He is also awesome to share his email list building program for free as you said Stan.
    I’ve just shared the post on linkedin and sent to one of my friends on facebook who I didn’t tell before about my blog.
    Will love to share the results here.

    Keep going Noah and Stan.

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