About the Episode:

In today’s episode, we’re talking to Madeleine Lambert, the co-founder of Content Refined, a Canadian-based content marketing firm that helps affiliate marketers, eCommerce brands and SaaS companies to grow their traffic through data-backed content marketing.

After starting her career in the somewhat unrelated fields of project management and customer relations, Madeleine made the decision to move up to a small town surrounding a ski resort near Toronto.

Once she settled in, it was clear that the opportunities for well-paid jobs were pretty few and far between, so she began teaching herself the ins & outs of content marketing, writing, and SEO. It was then that Madeleine started working as a freelancer, eventually landing a project with an online entrepreneur that’d soon become her business partner in launching Content Refined.

 

In Today’s Episode, We Talk About:

02:19 Where Madeleine currently resides.
02:41 On skiing and snowboarding.
03:04 How she ended up living in a ski resort town.
04:21 How she got into content marketing.
05:59 How she met her co-founder.
07:55 How to get started with content promotion.
10:48 What to focus on when writing to rank organically.
07:05 About the service they provide at Content Refined.
23:50 Her number one piece of advice for anyone looking to build a profitable remote company.
25:51 The best investment she’s made in order to grow her business.


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Resources Mentioned:

Market Muse (Content Marketing Tool)

Connect with My Guest:

Content Refined

Madeleine on LinkedIn

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Ryan Robinson

Writer, side project aficionado, and part-time entrepreneur. Join me here, on ryrob.com to learn how to start a blog and build a profitable side business. Let’s chat on Twitter about business and side projects.

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