Growth Hack Idea: Follow 300 people on twitter, see if they read my bio and follow the link KPI: Downloads of our playbook. Target Audience: Marketing Managers This blog is all about growth hacking twitter. I decided to try a simple idea. What would happen if I follow 300 people and try and push them… Continue reading How I got sales leads from following people on twitter
All the growth hacking techniques I see are always for SAAS (software as a service) which is of no use to most of use, especially me as I run a design agency, so thought I’d take some techniques and “hack” them even more to help me and anyone selling a service. The first one is… Continue reading Growth hacking my invoices
Let’s start the book review off with pretty much the main reason you have landed on this blog post: Should you read this book? …… YES Good Points: • Easy to read • The points that Jeff Olson gets across are excellent and easy to implement • Potentially life changing • I personally have pushed… Continue reading The Slight Edge : The Average mans book review
Hey Guys, This week we have a guest post from the brillaint Paul Chapman, Paul is a small business marketing expert, speaker, mentor and strategist who regularly speaks at events all over the UK. A multiple business owner in his own right he has a unique way of looking at things and works with a vide… Continue reading How hard is it to pay you?
Hi guys, It’s been way to long since I posted on here so I do apologise. But the start of 2014 has been a real eye opener for me. The first thing to ask everyone is; What was your news year’s resolution? Now it’s already the 24th of Jan. How many people have already failed… Continue reading Happy new year– Time to fail at your resolutions!
Over the years I’ve had a good number of people ask me about how they can earn more money. Is there one special secret, is it a case of working 24 hours a day and working every weekend. I don’t think so. This advice works for every single person I tell it to. Whether you’re… Continue reading Why your still making less than £25,000 a year