After spending most nights working late at the office, Jason Womack left his job and started his own consultancy firm. He did this by developing a system to increase productivity, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
After struggling to market a software product that brought in just a few hundred dollars a month, Rob Walling launched successful websites and tripled the monthly revenue of a website he acquired. It was all done by increasing his online sales, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
The stunning way to get publicity for your app so it sells
on Mar 20, 2012 - 11:08 AM PST
(Even if you don’t know jack about marketing)
After failing to monetize his blog, Andreas Kambanis launched an app that got featured by Apple and appeared generated online and offline press and earned a few thousand dollars within 30 days. It was all done using his tactics for a successful mobile app launch, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
After starting a blog with a small number of daily readers, Timothy Sykes scaled it to generate $3.3 million in revenue in 2011. It was all done with profitable blogging tactics, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
After starting an online tutoring company and working 12-18 hours a day, Liam Martin cut back to 20 hours a week — and his business grew faster. He did it using outsourcing techniques, so we invited him to teach you how to do it, in Mixergy’s Outsourcing course.
After getting burned when a freelancer didn’t deliver the three projects he promised, Mike Moon and Quoc Bui figured out how to find great freelancers to create mobile apps that have been downloaded over 35 million times. It was all done through outsourcing, so we invited them to teach you how to do it.
After his home automation company went under and depleted his cash, Carlos “Los” Silva built a successful lead generation business. It was all done by finding clients on LinkedIn, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
After realizing that big-company marketing tactics weren’t going to get revenue-hungry startups the customers they need, Amit Kumar created a system for building marketing plans that will actually work for startups.
It was all done using five marketing tactics, so we invited him to teach them to you.
This one is especially good.
Watch it now.
After getting fired from his rec center job, Nathan Latka built a $400,000 software business. It was done by networking on Facebook, so we invited him to teach you how to do it too, in Mixergy’s Facebook marketing course.
You work hard, finally have a product to launch, but nobody buys. What do you do?
When Sean Malarkey told me that his recent product launch generated $500,000, I invited him to teach how he did it.
Remember when I interviewed Nathan Latka and he mentioned that his startup (Lujure) generated $400,000 in it’s first year by getting Facebook customers?
I invited him back to teach you how to use the same process he used.