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In episode #18 of the Content Warfare Podcast we’re joined by Tommy Walker of Inside the Mind.  Tommy stopped by to drop knowledge on content marketing, running a successful YouTube show and how to create content with a purpose.

Obviously all awesome topics and Tommy delivered in a big way. Here are a few great sound bites:

What I really loved about chatting with Tommy is he doesn’t pull punches.  He has specific beliefs about what works and what actions are a complete waste of time and it’s refreshing to hear ideas from outside the echo chamber.

To get a little taste of what Tommy has to offer I encourage to you check these two resources:

You can connect with Tommy on Twitter here: @Tommyismyname

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This blog was created to help brands grow their audience, to grow their business. When I'm not writing, podcasting or creating the videos you'll find on this site, you'll usually find me watching baseball with my son Duke and a cold beer in my hand.

  • http://www.doitsocially.com Adil

    Yet another great podcast Ryan.

    Just missed few Podcast in between but definately gonna download and listen them in the upcoming week.

    Liked the idea of creating content supposing you are writing it for popular blogger. Moreover i really liked tommy’s point that whenever people don’t have clear purpose behind content so that content is just making a noise. Great!

    I believe many people are doing the same, I think this way is not going to help publisher as well as readers.

    • http://www.ryanhanley.com Ryan Hanley

      Adil,

      Tommy did an excellent job. He dropped so many valuable nuggets. Definitely a guy I would recommend following as he grows his business.

      Thanks for the feedback buddy,

      Hanley