Leah Bell saw that poor marketing was preventing a college deals site from signing up users, so she built up the brand and brought in 4,600 new users in two weeks. It was all done by marketing to college students, so we invited her to teach you how to do it.
Wait until you hear about the email that was like a knife to the heart of today’s guest. If you’re an entrepreneur I bet that if it hasn’t happened to you yet, something like this will happen to you in the future. I want you to draw power from that story…
Mark Schaefer knew that influence played a huge role in marketing, so he created content that boosted his consulting business and was named as one of Forbes “Power 50” social media influencers. It was all done using influence marketing techniques, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
Sarah Hatter realized she was providing lousy support when a customer complained about her canned answers to his questions, so she changed the way customers felt about her company and even got them to promote her products to their friends. It was all done by providing great customer support, so we invited her to teach you how to do it.
Emmett Shear wanted to get into the gaming space but didn’t know where to start, so he got input from content producers and built a platform that now has 17 million unique monthly viewers. It was all done by talking to prospects, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.