How does a founder who can’t write software build a software-based business?
Travis Ketchum is the founder of Contest Domination, a tool that allows companies like yours to create contests that spread virally across the Internet and grow email lists. He built his company with no technical co-founder…
Laura Roeder saw that entrepreneurs can’t find customers without a solid reputation, so she established herself as an expert and taught other entrepreneurs how to do it, too. It was all done by creating fame, so we invited her to teach you how to do it.
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.
After quitting his job as a scuba diving instructor when his wife was expecting their second child, Gabriel Machuret built a successful search engine optimization (SEO) business and made an extra $100,000 in a year. It was all done using strategies he learned from Mixergy, so we invited him 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.