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Physician NonClinical Careers

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Physician NonClinical Careers is presented to inspire, inform and support physicians seeking to pivot from clinical medicine to a nonclinical career. John Jurica will present topics important to pivoting physicans and interview experts and physicians who have completed their career pivots.

Latest Episodes

How To Go From Burnout To BadAss

In this episode of the Physician NonClinical Careers Podcast, Dr. Errin Weisman and John talk about coaching, telemedicine, podcasting, and Errin's soon-to-be-released course, "How to Go From Burnout to BadAss". Errin discusses how her coaching journey began. She was working in a typical medical practice and realized she couldn't do that for the next 30 years of her life. So she sought coaching for herself. And it was so helpful, she later decided to become a certified life coach to assist others. She goes on to discuss how her Doctor Me First Podcast has grown and evolved. She also describes the founding of the Physician Coaching Alliance. Errin will be releasing her new course soon. If you're feeling burned out; if you're feeling stuck; if you're feeling disillusioned with medicine; it's an online course with weekly meetings to move you from a place of burnout to "total badassery," according to Errin. Check out our show notes at How to Go from Burnout to BadAss for all of the links mentioned in today's episode. Check out the Clinicians Career Cooperative here. Find out more about joining the Nonclinical Career Academy here. Get a FREE GUIDE to 10 Nonclinical Careers at nonclinicalphysicians.com/freeguide. Finally, it's not too late to sign up for the Physicians Helping Physicians LIVE Virtual Conference starting on July 10, 2020. To learn more about the conference go to nonclinicalphysicians.com/next.

38 MIN6 d ago
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How To Go From Burnout To BadAss

Is the Cooperative or the Academy Best for Me?

In this episode of the Physician NonClinical Careers Podcast, I compare the Clinicians Career Cooperative with the Nonclinical Career Academy. I know this may sound like a 30-minute promotional spot, but I don't look at it that way. I've been creating new resources for "seeking physicians" since I started my podcast three years ago, and, honestly, it gets a little confusing at times. Partly it is because I had these opportunities and went ahead and developed them, rather than waiting until the perfect moment. When you're starting a new project, you're better off focusing intently on one at a time, and that's definitely what I recommend. But there was a need and I wanted to fill it. So, I didn't really see the point in postponing the Cooperative even though it was right on the heels of the Academy. During my monologue, I describe in great detail the differences between the Cooperative and the Academy. Check out the Clinicians Career Cooperative here. Find out more about joining the Nonclinical Career Academy here. Get a FREE GUIDE to 10 Nonclinical Careers at nonclinicalphysicians.com/freeguide. Finally, it's not too late to sign up for the Physicians Helping Physicians LIVE Virtual Conference starting on July 10, 2020. To learn more about the conference go to nonclinicalphysicians.com/next.

29 MIN1 w ago
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Is the Cooperative or the Academy Best for Me?

Is It Really That Hard to Find Your New Career?

This week, I present an excerpt from a live presentation from the What to Consider Next Nonclinical Careers Virtual Conference in July. This live, interactive conference is being presented by Michelle Mudge-Riley and Physicians Helping Physicians. She has recruited many well-known experts in physician career transition to speak and mentor at the conference. And although it is a virtual online conference, it is not prerecorded. The presentations will be done live, and there are several opportunities to network with the faculty and other attendees. And there are additional expert mentors and coaches joining the networking sessions. Michelle was kind enough to invite me to talk about what I've learned from my podcast guests over the past three years. And in today's podcast episode, I share part of the content of that presentation. To learn more about the conference, and to access the show notes for today's episode, go to nonclinicalphysicians.com/find-your-new-career. Get a FREE GUIDE to 10 Nonclinical Careers at nonclinicalphysicians.com/freeguide. Find out more about joining the Nonclinical Career Academy. Check out the Clinicians Career Cooperative.

28 MIN2 w ago
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Is It Really That Hard to Find Your New Career?

50 Outstanding Ways to Dump an Awful Career for a Bright One

In this episode of the Physician NonClinical Careers Podcast, Dr. Sylvie Stacy returns to discuss how physicians can find the nonclinical career that is right for them. Sylvie has been writing a blog called Look for Zebras for several years. The name comes from a saying common in medicine that goes, "When you hear hoofbeats, look for horses, not zebras." Sylvie says to do the exact opposite in your career, and look for the rarer, more fulfilling opportunities. Sylvie has created 2 new, must-have resources for "seeking physicians." The first is her new book 50 Nonclinical Careers for Physicians: Fulfilling, Meaningful, and Lucrative Alternatives to Direct Patient Care (affiliate link). She wrote the book to help physicians: Understand what nonclinical career options are available to them; and, Help them match their skillsets to the right opportunity. The second is her Nonclinical Careers Quiz. This personality-based assessment asks 50 questions, such as: What type of work makes you feel most rewarded? What activities do you enjoy participating in? Are you introverted or extroverted? How do you enjoy spending your free time? Are youwilling to travel for your job? Is itimportant for you to be able to work from home? After completing it, you are provided a nonclinical career that aligns best with your choices. You can find it right on her blog and it is free to everyone. In the episode, Sylvie also answers questions common for physicians who are in transition. She offers responses to those who may feel too unqualified or inexperienced to take on a new role and to those who may feel a moral obligation to practice medicine. Don't miss this insightful conversation with one of the most knowledgeable physician career transition authors around. You can access links to Look for Zebras and Sylvy's Quiz in the show notes at nonclinicalphysicians.com/dump-an-awful-career. Get a FREE GUIDE to 10 Nonclinical Careers at nonclinicalphysicians.com/freeguide. Find out more about joining the Nonclinical Career Academy. Check out the Clinicians Career Cooperative.

42 MIN3 w ago
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50 Outstanding Ways to Dump an Awful Career for a Bright One

Here Are the Keys to Being a Strong CME Writer

In this episode of the PNC podcast, Sarah Campbell offers her expert advice for landing freelance assignments to fledgling CME writers. NetCE is a continuing education company that has been producing online education for health care professionals for many years. Sarah as spent much of her career working there as the Director of Development. In that role, she works with planners and authors to develop the materials NetCE produces. Continuing Medical Education materials are a major component of NetCE's products. As such, it is constantly looking for new content and CME writers to produce it. The topics should be timely and widely applicable, and the writing evidence-based and well-supported by references. They should also be topics NetCE has not covered before. It helps greatly if the writer has a genuine interest and expertise in the subject matter. For example, NetCE worked quickly to develop a course on COVID-19. An established writer for NetCE worked on an expedited schedule to meet the need. In most cases, however, they can predict new course requirements and plan for them in advance. You can hear Sarah's advice for CME writers, and her overview of the medical writer's process for submitting manuscripts and getting paid, by listening to the complete interview. You can access links to NetCE and other resources, and learn how to contact Sarah and submit your first manuscript at nonclinicalphysicians.com/cme-writer. Get a FREE GUIDE to 10 Nonclinical Careers at nonclinicalphysicians.com/freeguide. Find out more about joining the Nonclinical Career Academy. Check out the Clinicians Career Cooperative.

43 MINJUN 9
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Here Are the Keys to Being a Strong CME Writer

How to Build a Terrific Freelance Consulting Business

In this episode of the Physician NonClinical Careers, Dr. Mike Woo-Ming revisits the podcast to tell us about freelance consulting, and discuss his new book, The Positioned Physician: Earn More, Work Smart & Love Medicine Again. Mike describes the four levels of financial freedom as applied to physicians: Employee Business Owner CEO Investor For those who want to start almost any business, including freelance consulting, Mike recommends asking yourself seven questions about the potential niche, for which he uses the acronym "CLEARED": Do you feel very Competent with the subject matter? Is it potentially Lucrative? Does working in the niche Energize you? Is there an obvious Audience? Do you have Relationships with others in the field? Is it Evergreen, rather than a passing fad? Can you demonstrate Demand as evidenced by others in the niche? In the episode, Mike also discusses how he became a successful consultant by combining his understanding of medical practices with his curiosity about online marketing. You can go topositionedphysician.com/freebookto get a copy ofThe Positioned Physician: Earn More, Work Smart & Love Medicine Againfor just a small shipping and handling fee. And you can learn more from Mike by joining the Nonclinical Career Academy. I've posted a 4-Part Masterclass where Mike continues his lessons about starting your own freelance consulting business. Listeners to this episode can get a one-month FREE Trial for $1.00 includes the rest of our interview using the Coupon Code TRIALat nonclinicalphysicians.com/joinnca.

44 MINJUN 1
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How to Build a Terrific Freelance Consulting Business

What Is the New Clinicians Career Cooperative?

On this special episode of the PNC podcast, Dr. Nneka Unachukwu returns to interview John about the Clinicians Career Cooperative, a new project he is working on. In addition to hosting the PNC podcast, supporting the Physician Nonclinical Career Hunters Facebook group, giving live presentations, and hosting the Nonclinical Career Academy, John is adding a new resource for his followers: the Clinicians Career Cooperative. The Clinicians Career Cooperative The idea is to create a low-cost forum to bring experts and physicians together in a safe and convenient way. The Clinicians Career Cooperative is unique because: 1. It’s more inclusive. Membership in Clinicians Career Cooperative includes clinicians beyond physicians, who face many of the identical challenges. 2. We recruit experts to serve as Mentors. John and Tom enlist specific experts to provide guidance on a wide array of topics, including how to pursue specific unconventional careers. 3. You can narrow your search. The foru...

31 MINMAY 26
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What Is the New Clinicians Career Cooperative?

How to Create a Popular Course from Your Passion

On this week’s episode of the PNC podcast, a dynamic physician couple explains how they applied their passion for real estate investing to develop a popular course that teaches others what they've learned. This episode brings actionable pearls from two domains: real estate investing and online course creation. This team has spent years preparing for both, starting with their real estate investing business. They have now taken what they learned and put it in a series of lessons and live support. That support and training enable students to replicate what they have done, creating an income stream, and reducing their income tax burden. Go to the show notes at nonclinicalphysicians.com/create-a-popular-course to access the resources and listen to the interview, or listen on iTunes or another podcast app if you prefer.

42 MINMAY 19
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How to Create a Popular Course from Your Passion

Is One of These Popular Home Based Careers for You?

In today's episode, John discusses home based careers. There are three main benefits to choosing a home based career: 1. Convenience When you work from home, you’re able to manage household responsibilities. Also, navigating childcare or adult caretaking may require you to consider home based careers. 2. Cost Savings Eliminating your commute means you’ll save time, reduce gasoline and automobile maintenance costs, and save tens of thousands of dollars. 3. Flexibility Home-based careers offer more flexibility. Though some may require a 9-to-5 workday, most will allow you to choose your hours, including nights, weekends or holidays, if that works for you. Popular Home-based Careers Here are factors to consider when seeking one of the following popular home-based careers: Chart Review: Performing chart reviews can be done for utilization management, disability and worker’s compensation assessments, expert witness consulting, clinical documentation, and quality improvement. Medical w...

23 MINMAY 11
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Is One of These Popular Home Based Careers for You?

4 Big Reasons to Be an Affiliate Marketing Expert

On this week’s episode of the PNC podcast, John explains how affiliate marketing can be a fantastic source of additional income for those in certain nonclinical careers. Affiliate marketing is a program in which an online retailer pays a commission to an external website for sales generated from their referrals. There are two common ways to participate in an affiliate program: create an affiliate program for your products and services so other influencers can promote and sell them, and become an affiliate marketer for an existing product or service. Here are the four big reasons to become an expert in affiliate marketing: It may save your business, because it is a quick way to generate income early on. It’s easy, because the technology is so user-friendly. It’s efficientandcheap (compared to other ways to market your products). It’s low-risk. On the episode, John also offers four bonus reasons why affiliate marketing is especially useful to entrepreneurs. And he explains the two...

32 MINMAY 5
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4 Big Reasons to Be an Affiliate Marketing Expert

Latest Episodes

How To Go From Burnout To BadAss

In this episode of the Physician NonClinical Careers Podcast, Dr. Errin Weisman and John talk about coaching, telemedicine, podcasting, and Errin's soon-to-be-released course, "How to Go From Burnout to BadAss". Errin discusses how her coaching journey began. She was working in a typical medical practice and realized she couldn't do that for the next 30 years of her life. So she sought coaching for herself. And it was so helpful, she later decided to become a certified life coach to assist others. She goes on to discuss how her Doctor Me First Podcast has grown and evolved. She also describes the founding of the Physician Coaching Alliance. Errin will be releasing her new course soon. If you're feeling burned out; if you're feeling stuck; if you're feeling disillusioned with medicine; it's an online course with weekly meetings to move you from a place of burnout to "total badassery," according to Errin. Check out our show notes at How to Go from Burnout to BadAss for all of the links mentioned in today's episode. Check out the Clinicians Career Cooperative here. Find out more about joining the Nonclinical Career Academy here. Get a FREE GUIDE to 10 Nonclinical Careers at nonclinicalphysicians.com/freeguide. Finally, it's not too late to sign up for the Physicians Helping Physicians LIVE Virtual Conference starting on July 10, 2020. To learn more about the conference go to nonclinicalphysicians.com/next.

38 MIN6 d ago
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How To Go From Burnout To BadAss

Is the Cooperative or the Academy Best for Me?

In this episode of the Physician NonClinical Careers Podcast, I compare the Clinicians Career Cooperative with the Nonclinical Career Academy. I know this may sound like a 30-minute promotional spot, but I don't look at it that way. I've been creating new resources for "seeking physicians" since I started my podcast three years ago, and, honestly, it gets a little confusing at times. Partly it is because I had these opportunities and went ahead and developed them, rather than waiting until the perfect moment. When you're starting a new project, you're better off focusing intently on one at a time, and that's definitely what I recommend. But there was a need and I wanted to fill it. So, I didn't really see the point in postponing the Cooperative even though it was right on the heels of the Academy. During my monologue, I describe in great detail the differences between the Cooperative and the Academy. Check out the Clinicians Career Cooperative here. Find out more about joining the Nonclinical Career Academy here. Get a FREE GUIDE to 10 Nonclinical Careers at nonclinicalphysicians.com/freeguide. Finally, it's not too late to sign up for the Physicians Helping Physicians LIVE Virtual Conference starting on July 10, 2020. To learn more about the conference go to nonclinicalphysicians.com/next.

29 MIN1 w ago
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Is the Cooperative or the Academy Best for Me?

Is It Really That Hard to Find Your New Career?

This week, I present an excerpt from a live presentation from the What to Consider Next Nonclinical Careers Virtual Conference in July. This live, interactive conference is being presented by Michelle Mudge-Riley and Physicians Helping Physicians. She has recruited many well-known experts in physician career transition to speak and mentor at the conference. And although it is a virtual online conference, it is not prerecorded. The presentations will be done live, and there are several opportunities to network with the faculty and other attendees. And there are additional expert mentors and coaches joining the networking sessions. Michelle was kind enough to invite me to talk about what I've learned from my podcast guests over the past three years. And in today's podcast episode, I share part of the content of that presentation. To learn more about the conference, and to access the show notes for today's episode, go to nonclinicalphysicians.com/find-your-new-career. Get a FREE GUIDE to 10 Nonclinical Careers at nonclinicalphysicians.com/freeguide. Find out more about joining the Nonclinical Career Academy. Check out the Clinicians Career Cooperative.

28 MIN2 w ago
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Is It Really That Hard to Find Your New Career?

50 Outstanding Ways to Dump an Awful Career for a Bright One

In this episode of the Physician NonClinical Careers Podcast, Dr. Sylvie Stacy returns to discuss how physicians can find the nonclinical career that is right for them. Sylvie has been writing a blog called Look for Zebras for several years. The name comes from a saying common in medicine that goes, "When you hear hoofbeats, look for horses, not zebras." Sylvie says to do the exact opposite in your career, and look for the rarer, more fulfilling opportunities. Sylvie has created 2 new, must-have resources for "seeking physicians." The first is her new book 50 Nonclinical Careers for Physicians: Fulfilling, Meaningful, and Lucrative Alternatives to Direct Patient Care (affiliate link). She wrote the book to help physicians: Understand what nonclinical career options are available to them; and, Help them match their skillsets to the right opportunity. The second is her Nonclinical Careers Quiz. This personality-based assessment asks 50 questions, such as: What type of work makes you feel most rewarded? What activities do you enjoy participating in? Are you introverted or extroverted? How do you enjoy spending your free time? Are youwilling to travel for your job? Is itimportant for you to be able to work from home? After completing it, you are provided a nonclinical career that aligns best with your choices. You can find it right on her blog and it is free to everyone. In the episode, Sylvie also answers questions common for physicians who are in transition. She offers responses to those who may feel too unqualified or inexperienced to take on a new role and to those who may feel a moral obligation to practice medicine. Don't miss this insightful conversation with one of the most knowledgeable physician career transition authors around. You can access links to Look for Zebras and Sylvy's Quiz in the show notes at nonclinicalphysicians.com/dump-an-awful-career. Get a FREE GUIDE to 10 Nonclinical Careers at nonclinicalphysicians.com/freeguide. Find out more about joining the Nonclinical Career Academy. Check out the Clinicians Career Cooperative.

42 MIN3 w ago
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50 Outstanding Ways to Dump an Awful Career for a Bright One

Here Are the Keys to Being a Strong CME Writer

In this episode of the PNC podcast, Sarah Campbell offers her expert advice for landing freelance assignments to fledgling CME writers. NetCE is a continuing education company that has been producing online education for health care professionals for many years. Sarah as spent much of her career working there as the Director of Development. In that role, she works with planners and authors to develop the materials NetCE produces. Continuing Medical Education materials are a major component of NetCE's products. As such, it is constantly looking for new content and CME writers to produce it. The topics should be timely and widely applicable, and the writing evidence-based and well-supported by references. They should also be topics NetCE has not covered before. It helps greatly if the writer has a genuine interest and expertise in the subject matter. For example, NetCE worked quickly to develop a course on COVID-19. An established writer for NetCE worked on an expedited schedule to meet the need. In most cases, however, they can predict new course requirements and plan for them in advance. You can hear Sarah's advice for CME writers, and her overview of the medical writer's process for submitting manuscripts and getting paid, by listening to the complete interview. You can access links to NetCE and other resources, and learn how to contact Sarah and submit your first manuscript at nonclinicalphysicians.com/cme-writer. Get a FREE GUIDE to 10 Nonclinical Careers at nonclinicalphysicians.com/freeguide. Find out more about joining the Nonclinical Career Academy. Check out the Clinicians Career Cooperative.

43 MINJUN 9
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Here Are the Keys to Being a Strong CME Writer

How to Build a Terrific Freelance Consulting Business

In this episode of the Physician NonClinical Careers, Dr. Mike Woo-Ming revisits the podcast to tell us about freelance consulting, and discuss his new book, The Positioned Physician: Earn More, Work Smart & Love Medicine Again. Mike describes the four levels of financial freedom as applied to physicians: Employee Business Owner CEO Investor For those who want to start almost any business, including freelance consulting, Mike recommends asking yourself seven questions about the potential niche, for which he uses the acronym "CLEARED": Do you feel very Competent with the subject matter? Is it potentially Lucrative? Does working in the niche Energize you? Is there an obvious Audience? Do you have Relationships with others in the field? Is it Evergreen, rather than a passing fad? Can you demonstrate Demand as evidenced by others in the niche? In the episode, Mike also discusses how he became a successful consultant by combining his understanding of medical practices with his curiosity about online marketing. You can go topositionedphysician.com/freebookto get a copy ofThe Positioned Physician: Earn More, Work Smart & Love Medicine Againfor just a small shipping and handling fee. And you can learn more from Mike by joining the Nonclinical Career Academy. I've posted a 4-Part Masterclass where Mike continues his lessons about starting your own freelance consulting business. Listeners to this episode can get a one-month FREE Trial for $1.00 includes the rest of our interview using the Coupon Code TRIALat nonclinicalphysicians.com/joinnca.

44 MINJUN 1
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How to Build a Terrific Freelance Consulting Business

What Is the New Clinicians Career Cooperative?

On this special episode of the PNC podcast, Dr. Nneka Unachukwu returns to interview John about the Clinicians Career Cooperative, a new project he is working on. In addition to hosting the PNC podcast, supporting the Physician Nonclinical Career Hunters Facebook group, giving live presentations, and hosting the Nonclinical Career Academy, John is adding a new resource for his followers: the Clinicians Career Cooperative. The Clinicians Career Cooperative The idea is to create a low-cost forum to bring experts and physicians together in a safe and convenient way. The Clinicians Career Cooperative is unique because: 1. It’s more inclusive. Membership in Clinicians Career Cooperative includes clinicians beyond physicians, who face many of the identical challenges. 2. We recruit experts to serve as Mentors. John and Tom enlist specific experts to provide guidance on a wide array of topics, including how to pursue specific unconventional careers. 3. You can narrow your search. The foru...

31 MINMAY 26
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What Is the New Clinicians Career Cooperative?

How to Create a Popular Course from Your Passion

On this week’s episode of the PNC podcast, a dynamic physician couple explains how they applied their passion for real estate investing to develop a popular course that teaches others what they've learned. This episode brings actionable pearls from two domains: real estate investing and online course creation. This team has spent years preparing for both, starting with their real estate investing business. They have now taken what they learned and put it in a series of lessons and live support. That support and training enable students to replicate what they have done, creating an income stream, and reducing their income tax burden. Go to the show notes at nonclinicalphysicians.com/create-a-popular-course to access the resources and listen to the interview, or listen on iTunes or another podcast app if you prefer.

42 MINMAY 19
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How to Create a Popular Course from Your Passion

Is One of These Popular Home Based Careers for You?

In today's episode, John discusses home based careers. There are three main benefits to choosing a home based career: 1. Convenience When you work from home, you’re able to manage household responsibilities. Also, navigating childcare or adult caretaking may require you to consider home based careers. 2. Cost Savings Eliminating your commute means you’ll save time, reduce gasoline and automobile maintenance costs, and save tens of thousands of dollars. 3. Flexibility Home-based careers offer more flexibility. Though some may require a 9-to-5 workday, most will allow you to choose your hours, including nights, weekends or holidays, if that works for you. Popular Home-based Careers Here are factors to consider when seeking one of the following popular home-based careers: Chart Review: Performing chart reviews can be done for utilization management, disability and worker’s compensation assessments, expert witness consulting, clinical documentation, and quality improvement. Medical w...

23 MINMAY 11
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Is One of These Popular Home Based Careers for You?

4 Big Reasons to Be an Affiliate Marketing Expert

On this week’s episode of the PNC podcast, John explains how affiliate marketing can be a fantastic source of additional income for those in certain nonclinical careers. Affiliate marketing is a program in which an online retailer pays a commission to an external website for sales generated from their referrals. There are two common ways to participate in an affiliate program: create an affiliate program for your products and services so other influencers can promote and sell them, and become an affiliate marketer for an existing product or service. Here are the four big reasons to become an expert in affiliate marketing: It may save your business, because it is a quick way to generate income early on. It’s easy, because the technology is so user-friendly. It’s efficientandcheap (compared to other ways to market your products). It’s low-risk. On the episode, John also offers four bonus reasons why affiliate marketing is especially useful to entrepreneurs. And he explains the two...

32 MINMAY 5
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4 Big Reasons to Be an Affiliate Marketing Expert
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