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Note:“The Digital Entrepreneur” podcast is still on pause. So, this week I will share another episode of Sites, which is hosted by Jerod Morris.
Understanding your WHO is so important
It’s simple. Before you can get someone to buy from you, you need to know what to say to them, and how to say it. You’ll never get that right unless you know who you’re talking to.
And how do you figure that out?
It all comes down to your values, and how you define them.
Take a listen as Jerod lays out a proven strategy for empathy that will help you get into the eyes, ears, and mind of your ideal customer.
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Now here are five more resources to help you create, sell, and grow — curated by me and members of Digital Commerce Academy.
1. Enhance your PPC results
If you follow the wrong Facebook ad stats, your campaign results can be surprising in a bad way. Find out which ones you should focus on and get the most out of your paid advertising.
2. What’s needed to build $100M+
What’s the difference between the companies that growth seems to come easily and the one’s where growth feels much harder? It’s a loaded question, but here is a straight-forward answer.
3. Do you utilize affiliate marketing?
If you don’t, you should consider it as affiliate marketing is one of the most popular ways to make money online. To find out which affiliate marketing technique is best for you, give this article a thorough look.feedfffffffff
4. Perception is reality
Fernando Azevedo, CEO of YBus, has built his career on finding effective ways for brands to craft a positive online presence. Here are three key pieces of advice he has for businesses looking to get their name out there.
5. Speak Up!
Sometimes it’s hard to get your opinions heard. Here you will find some advice to make you a more strategic leader.
I hope you find these resources to be useful, and that at least one of them helps you take a meaningful step forward during the course of the next week.
Thanks for your attention, and have a great weekend.
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