Archive for December, 2011

First Modules: Customer Acquisition Blueprint

Posted on Dec 6, 2011 - 5:37 PM PST

Even if you’re clueless about marketing, this course will show you how to blueprint your customer acquisition so you can get more customers.

It’s led by Juan Martitegui, who starts the course by showing you his own financials to illustrate what these tactics have done for his company, Mind Valley Hispano. Then he walks you through the process of using his system in your own business.

We’re already using his approach to grow Mixergy. I’m confident you’ll use it and see results too.

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Grapevine PR’s Founder Shows You How To Get PR – with Steven Le Vine

Posted on Dec 6, 2011 - 9:00 AM PST

What you’ll get in this interview are Steven Le Vine steps for getting PR.

When I realized that Steven was just an intern when he built grapevine pr in his spare time, I figured he’d be the perfect person to teach someone as busy as you how to get some publicity for your company.

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DuckDuckGo: A Single Founder Gets An Army Of Fans To Take On Google – with Gabriel Weinberg

Posted on Dec 5, 2011 - 8:19 AM PST

How does a single founder go up against Google in search and actually get traction?

Joining me is Gabriel Weinberg, founder of DuckDuckGo, a search engine that has had about 10 million direct queries per month, and recently…

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Do This. Get Customers. [Master Class: First Modules Free]

Posted on Dec 2, 2011 - 11:59 AM PST

For months, he couldn’t get customers, then Brian Kaldenberg did this and his company, Proofreading Pal, took off.

He’ll show you his before and after data. Then he’ll teach you how you can duplicate his results.

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How Do You Grow A Hard-To-Explain Business? – with Maria Cirino

Posted on Dec 1, 2011 - 9:00 AM PST

This is the story of a woman who launched multiple successful tech companies and a venture capital firm.

In 1997, Maria Cirino co-founded i-Cube, which (2 years later) sold to Razorfish for $677 million. She followed that up in 2000 with Guardent, which (3 years after that) sold to VeriSign for $135 million.

In 2006, she…

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