Marie Forleo lost $64,000 in revenue after one-fifth of her clients asked for refunds, so she learned how to keep more customers, lowering the refund rate to 2.97% and increasing revenue three times over to $1.36 million. It was all done using customer service and marketing techniques, so we invited her to teach you how to do it.
Stella Fayman got poor results from three different PR firms, so she decided she’d build a solid reputation on a tighter budget and got exposure on sites like Forbes, Entrepreneur, and Business Insider. It was all done using scrappy and creative PR techniques, so we invited her to teach you how to do it.
As an introvert, Ruben Gamez couldn’t connect with anyone he met at a three-day conference, so instead he built online relationships with mentors that helped him increase conversions by 10 percent. It was all done using networking techniques for introverts, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
Sean Glass wasn’t converting his early beta customers, so he repositioned Higher One to make customers think of his company first and grew its value to as high as $1.3 billion after going public. It was all done using positioning and marketing techniques, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
I wonder if there was so much controversy around the Cheat Sheet for that SEO course because the ideas where taken out of context. So I’m going to try publishing the first sections of the course to try to clear things up.
Josh Ledgard knew he would have to abandon his lead generation service if he didn’t get more clients, so he closed his first 927 clients, grew that number to 5,000, and helped them generate 250,000 leads for their own businesses. It was all done by finding the first 927 customers and growing from there, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
Brian Horn saw that his client would miss out on millions in sales if he didn’t have a high search ranking, so he used SEO to skyrocket his ranking and generate $6 million in leads. It was all done using SEO tactics to improve search rankings, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
Patrick Ambron realized his friend couldn’t get a job because employers were Googling him and mistaking him for a drug dealer, so he got Google to change the top results people saw when they searched for his friend’s name. It was all done using search engine optimization tactics, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
When he saw that a lack of basic tax understanding was going to cost his brother’s new startup tens of thousands of dollars, Kyle Durand taught him a few essential tax principles and helped him save a whopping $50,000. It was all done with smart business tax planning, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
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.