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Twice Talk That Talk Mp3

In that episode I presented you with four different stages of warming your readers up. In the last episode, number 113, I talked about how to get the first eyeballs on your blog, how to get the reader to take a first look.

Twice Talk That Talk Mp3

Today, I want to talk about getting people to take a second look at your blog. We started this miniseries on warming your readers up back in episode 112. In that particular episode, I presented you with four different stages of warming your readers up. In the last episode (in episode 113), I talked about how to get the first eyeball, how to get people to view your blog for the very first time, to get that first visitor.

The second part is to list the gains that your readers want, the things that they dream, the achievements that they want to have, the successes that they want to have. Again, this can be presented in this promise that you make. I really want to encourage you to think about the tagline of your blog, how can you make a promise in that tagline that is going to make people look twice.

The second thing that I think can make people look twice is to do something a little bit different, to differentiate yourself in some way. Now, this will probably be more the way you write your content, but you can also weave this type of thing into a branding as well.

The other thing I think is really important and that I guarantee you will make people look twice, is when you create content that gives them a quick win, when you give your readers quick wins. One of things that I actually talked about at the Social Media Marketing World recently was one of the best things I think that we can do as bloggers is to create fist pump content.

A different type of episode, Chris sat down with writer, artist, filmmaker Clive Barker twice, a year apart from each other. In the first half, Clive and Chris sit down together only a couple months after Clive contracted Toxic Shock Syndrome from the a routine visit to the dentist, went into a coma and had several strokes. They talked about what happened, his health and the re-release of his Books of Blood short story collection. Chris then returns a year later and Clive is doing much better. Chris, Clive and Mark Miller (Vice President of Seraphim Films) talk about his recovery, his new book featuring a collection of his paintings and finding the lost footage that allowed them to release the director's cut of Nightbreed!

Krysten Ritter and Chris hang out and talk about their mutual love for bowling, her audition process for the role of Jane on Breaking Bad, and a bottle of juice explodes everywhere in the middle of the episode. Krysten also talks about getting her start in the entertainment industry as a model after being discovered at a mall as a teenager!

Chris sits down with Keanu Reeves in New York City to talk about Keanu's lifelong love of comedy and experimenting with improv and comedy as a teenager, the slow process of making films and the importance of staying passionate about the project and his new film John Wick. Chris tells Keanu about the first time he saw a trailer for The Matrix and how it became such an important part of pop culture!

The legendary Paul Reubens sits down with Chris and Jonah! They talk about the development of Pee-wee, what it is like living with an alter-ego and the release of the newly remastered Pee-wee's Playhouse set. Paul also talks in depth about his moving to Los Angeles where he joined The Groundlings and came up with the character of Pee-wee, met Phil Hartman and how they came up with the idea for Pee-wee's Big Adventure!

The talented and hilarious Jason Schwartzman is back on the podcast! He and Chris start out with a deep conversation about feeling "normal" as a kid and how Jason is raising his own daughter, Jason talks about his favorite songs to cover when playing music, and they discuss how they both manage their extremely busy lives!

Ron Perlman had so much fun the first time on the podcast, he had come back for seconds! He and Chris talk about the upcoming movie The Book of Life, everything that is happening in the world that inspired Ron to write a memoir and his goal to never take anything in life for granted. They also come up with the million dollar idea of Shitstagram!

Enjoy some lovely hostful goodness! Chris and Matt had a fun trip to Home Depot together, the guys talk about furniture shopping more than they ever thought they would, Jonah was dressed in a Sasquatch prosthetic, Matt plays a clip from the show Ripley's Believe It Or Not? and Chris asks Matt what how he would react if Dave Matthews Band did a cover of the Frasier theme song!

Dax Shepard is on the podcast! He and Chris discuss each of their experiences getting sober, what is like being dyslexic in school when he was a kid, having a second kid with his wife, Kristen Bell, and his newest movies This Is Where I Leave You and The Judge (both in theaters now!). He also talks about the huge popularity of the "Cha-Ching!" Rally's commercials in the early nineties and then learning a couple years ago that it was Seth Green in those commercials and he got to go to the Super Bowl for it!

The hilarious Martin Starr sits down with Chris to talk about acting, creativity and more! He talks about growing up in LA without the intent of being an actor, taking roles he finds interesting, that elaborate dick joke on Silicon Valley, and his new horror film Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead. Also, Chris refuses to believe that the iPhone 6 Plus won't fit in Martin's pocket!

Writer /host Spike Feresten chats with Chris about his first Emmy experience, starting his career as an intern at NBC and tells numerous stories from his time as writer on Seinfeld and Late Show with David Letterman. He also talks about his new show Car Matchmaker on Esquire Network and the art of pairing someone with the perfect car!

The talented Rose McGowan talks to Chris about why she doesn't like super hero movies, why she wanted to stop acting and what she has been doing since and her directorial debut of the short Dawn. She also goes into great detail about her interesting and very non-traditional upbringing. She ran away from home at 13 years old and has lived a fascinating live ever since!

Kevin Heffernan and Steve Lemme (Super Troopers, Beerfest) hang out with Chris to talk about the embarrassing TV shows they secretly love, they discuss their starts in the comedy world, Chris keeps changing his accent and they talk about sealing the deal on Super Troopers 2! They also talk about their podcast Chewin' It where they talk to guests and old friends and do solo episodes talking about the details of filmmaking and how they came up with ideas for their movies!

Convergence. It's been the mantra of the electronics industry since the 1990s. But despite words of support from nearly every quarter, it remains elusive. Electronic devices that ought to be able to talk to each other stay stubbornly silent - or turn consumers into hardworking digital diplomats before they intercommunicate.

The promises keep coming. Consumers will "choose from a vast array of devices and services that work together seamlessly and suit the way they live," Microsoft chairman Bill Gates reaffirmed this month at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. But even the leader of the digital world saw his media center lock up - twice - when he tried to demonstrate at the show how various devices could be controlled through a PC.

The Duke lacrosse case was a defining legal moment that revealed the weaknesses and strengths of the legal system during several months of intense media scrutiny, said Court TV anchor Jack Ford during a talk in Caplin Pavilion Feb. 12.

Apparently this is a protected template because it's "high-risk", however reviewing the history I can't understand what justifies it to be "high-risk". I propose it no longer needs to be protected. --Hm2k (talk) 11:11, 9 September 2008 (UTC)Reply[reply]

I've started a sandbox for this page, in which I've merged in the relevant fields from Infobox Video game system. Just needs syced; I'll update the documentation once that's complete. Chris Cunningham (not at work) - talk 09:55, 26 November 2008 (UTC)Reply[reply]

editprotected I believe none of the pages linked from the row titles provide necessary information, and, indeed, some of them are actively wrong (video games?) and the whole thing smack of overlinking. Please remove. (talk) 02:58, 29 December 2008 (UTC)Reply[reply]

This template is used for many home computers. And those computers certainly had special and varying sound hardware (one example is Commodore 64). It also features a "display" parameter, but misses a "video" parameter or something along that line to generate something for the display. These things ought to be in the template. As well as introduction price. But it's hardlocked. So for now I will do a workaround with the base template. Electron9 (talk) 21:02, 1 May 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Requesting sync with the sandbox to re-add a parameter for introductory price (re-labelled to ensure that it is treated as a historical rather than current value, per WP:NOPRICES) and add a "sound" parameter for built-in sound hardware. Neither should be controversial. Chris Cunningham (not at work) - talk 09:38, 4 May 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]

MSI Wind Netbook has an infobox specifying the dimensions of the computer but it's not visable. And the template source code (label27) specifies it. Aswell as the documentation. This just seems quite odd. Bug? Electron9 (talk) 14:00, 7 May 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Hi, I'm over at iPhone and I've noticed that the sound parameter is not showing up. Is this my fault or the templates'? (And wouldn't "audio" be a bit more formal?) Thanks in advance, HereToHelp (talk to me) 23:01, 11 May 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Currently, the "service" field is defined as "online service(s) offered". This apparently is quite vague. In the case of a smart phone, such as the iPhone, additional applications could be installed, and therefore increase the online services. I can easily see someone add, for example, a Twitter application, and then add "Twitter" to the service field of the smart phone. In other words, the service field could end up being huge and virtually meaningless. I want to avoid something like this from happening. The only way to fix this is to write better documentation for the "service" field, and just about all other fields in this infobox. Groink (talk) 02:51, 4 August 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply] 041b061a72

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