If you could ask a member of the IMPACT team a question, what would it be?

Posted June 9, 2021 in

Connor DeLaney

"If you’re not prepared to be wrong, you’ll never come up with anything original."

You have questions... lots of questions! And those questions deserve answers. We have a team here dedicated to helping you crush it and we are making ourselves even more accessible to this awesome community. Think of it this way: You Ask, We Answer sound familiar?  😉

That's why I'm teaming up with Nick Bennett , John Becker and our network of coaches, trainers, and experts to answer your questions around digital sales and marketing!

So Connor, what questions should I ask?
We want to answer your questions about all things content marking, social. email, webpage copy, conversion rates, sales, video, video in sales, video in marketing, tools and tech, paid ads, and literally anything else you have on your mind that will help you succeed.
There isn't a right or wrong question to ask and our goal is to help you learn and grow as professionals so you can feel confident in your role and drive results for your organization!

How do I submit my questions?
All you need to do is leave a comment in this thread (or create a post of your own here in IMPACT+) and we will pull them in each week. There's no limit to how many you can submit, so keep them coming! If you are more comfortable sharing your question 1:1, you can message Nick, John, or myself directly using the Conversations tool in the top right corner of IMPACT+!

Where will you share the answers?
We will be posting video snippets of the different questions our community submits on our YouTube Channel - The Digital Sales and Marketing Channel. Our team will also be regularly sharing here in IMPACT+ as well! 

We can't wait to see all the questions you have to share and to bring those answers to you soon!! 
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Dale Pease
I'm working on a pitch to the owners on hiring a Content Manager. One of the things we desperately need, aside from regular marketing/sales content, are process guides for every aspect of our business. What do you think of the idea of hiring a Content Manager that does both, at least for a short while? I understand that both are probably full-time jobs, but wonder if anyone has gone a route similar to this. Or, are we just setting this person up to fail?
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Dale Pease
Related to this, I just finished  Liz Moorehead 's course on hiring a Content Manager. The first question I got when I mentioned the idea to our CEO, was "How much?" Since we've never hired this type of person before, how do we figure out how much to pay them? I mean, if they generate $500,000 in new revenue on year one, we can pay them almost anything they ask! I understand this is going to vary by where they live, but we've also got to convince the owners to take money directly out of their pockets to pay for this person that they didn't even know they needed. Any thoughts here would be great too.
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