Owen McGab Enaohwo wanted to reduce his daily workload, so he hired virtual assistants (VAs) to do tasks he didn’t have time to do and increased his productivity. It was all done by effective outsourcing, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
Harley says the most successful stores do their own thing well. He heard that even Wal-Mart has a banner in its corporate headquarters that warns: “Don’t out-Amazon Amazon.”
“If Wal-Mart is thinking, ‘Hey, we don’t need to out-Amazon Amazon,’ obviously small businesses can think the same way as well.” In his Mixergy course, Harley shows you how.
Annabel Candy’s blog only had about 50 visitors a day, so she wrote guest posts for ProBlogger and Copyblogger to grow her readership to 20,000 unique monthly visitors and get 2,000 blog subscribers. It was all done by guest posting, so we invited her to teach you how to do it.
Zeke Camusio says that unless you do this one thing, “you’re not going to rank for anything.”
Zeke, author of The Internet Marketing Bible and the founder of the Outsourcing Company, says the top 200 SEO experts in the world agree: you must do this to rank at the top of Google searches. It’s so important it…
Daniel Himel knew that membership websites flop if they don’t attract paying members, so he created a popular community and signed 800 members each paying $100 a month. It was all done by building a paid community, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
Josh Porter knew that customers only care about what a product can do for them, so he refined his company’s pitch, got hundreds of enterprise customers, and was acquired by HubSpot less than two years later. It was all done by communicating product value, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
Jeffrey Harmon saw that Orabrush’s $50,000 infomercial sold fewer than 100 tongue cleaners, so when he came aboard he created videos that convinced prospects to buy and sold 10,000 tongue cleaners in six weeks. It was all done by building a brand with video, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
Imagine proudly launching your new product, then feeling like a fool because no one buys it.
Jason Evanish worked for a company that built an app store for Twitter. If you haven’t shopped at a Twitter app store recently, you might understand why it never got traction..
Erica Douglass wanted to start her own business, but she was stuck in a job she hated that barely paid the bills. So she found a profitable idea and eventually sold her business for $1.1 million. It all started with finding the right idea, so we invited her to teach you how to do it.
Cindy Alvarez saw that KISSmetrics’ limited user base could only generate limited revenue, so she expanded it and increased the number of buying users by 16%. It was all done using her customer targeting system, so we invited her to teach you how to do it.
Nick Holland knew that closing the deal is one of the toughest parts of the sales process, so he used a systematic strategy to win his small firm a quarter-million dollar deal with Adobe. It was all done by closing sales, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
Oren Klaff saw that entrepreneurs who make lame pitches can’t raise capital, so he used his experience helping to place over $400 million in capital to write a book about how to pitch. It was all done with effective pitching strategies, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.