Derek Halpern was starting a new blog in a saturated niche, so he set his site apart from the competition and got 10,000 leads in three months. It was all done using traffic building techniques, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
Jason Fried knew that introducing a new version of his app was risky because customers might not like the changes, so he built a spectacular product and users liked the new version even better than the old one. It was all done by building products people love, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
Melanie Duncan struggled to get consistent traffic for her personalized home décor business, so she marketed her products on Pinterest and her traffic shot through the roof. It was all done by increasing traffic and sales with Pinterest, so we invited her to teach you how to do it.
Have you ever heard of those Internet marketers who are just so freaking rabid about getting traffic? You wonder to yourself, how do they do it and how do I get traffic? Well, I’ve got one of them here today. I’m going to grill him and find out…
Nick Green struggled when he used a Google spreadsheet to manage job applications, so he made the hiring process more efficient and used it to hire about 500 branch managers per year. It was all done by creating business systems, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
Do you want to build products that people love? Jason Fried of 37signals did it multiple times, most recently with the relaunch of Basecamp, the project management web app. So I invited him to teach how he did it.
And since he’s known for urging entrepreneurs to charge for their products, I hit him up for some answers to questions that many of you in the audience told me you’re wrestling with.
Dan Siroker knew that a website can make or break sales, so he used A/B testing to help the 2008 Obama campaign raise an extra $100 million in donations through its website. It was all done by increasing conversion rates, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.