You have a business. And you recognize the potential of the internet.
Kahlil Corazo, PMP, founder and CEO of Leadfunnel.ph
You are an entrepreneur who has built a business, or you are a manager running one. You have seen how other businesses have grown because of the internet... but how do you do this for your own business?
I want to share with you what I learned in the past 10 years of helping companies expand their business to the web, a course tailor-made for decision-makers.
When I tell this to owners and managers, the first thing they tell me is they don't have the time to learn all this tech. That's fair. After all, you are running a business.
At the same time, you don't want to just hire an employee, a freelancer or an agency blindly, without knowing what you are paying for.
A third challenge is that a lot of online marketing resources are based on the US market. What works in the US needs to be adapted to developing markets.
Learn strategy. Hire or outsource the execution.
I have been very lucky. I got to experience both managing teams in large multinationals, and building my own business from scratch. I learned that you cannot do everything by yourself. You need to rely on your team. At the same time, you cannot escape strategy. Strategy is your job.
This is what I want to share with you in this course. What do you need to know to make good strategic choices in expanding your business to the internet?
There are 3 broad categories of using the internet for sales and marketing. Which one is right for your business?
What can you use from your experience in traditional sales and marketing? What is different now with the internet?
What should you know about these online marketing tech, so you can intelligently hire or outsource work: conversion-driven design, social media pages, Facebook ads, search ads, SEO, email marketing?
What reports should you get to continuously make good strategic choices? (In other words, how not to get drowned in analytics).
I have taught this and this has worked.
I have taught this to friends and family, to clients, in conferences, in universities. Those who have implemented this have expanded their business to the web.
I want to share this knowledge to you:
Videos that you can watch when you choose to (and not having to waste time in traffic to go to a training)
Worksheets and checklists to help you execute
People you can ask if you have questions (me and my team)
100% discount for the first 100 sign-ups, in exchange for your inputs
It always pays to be first in line. I'm giving this course to you for free because I value your inputs on the following:
Your #1 question (or top questions) about bringing your business to the web - so I can make sure I answer them in the course.
Pricing info on a course of similar value you have taken in the past - so I can price this course fairly.
Just fill out the survey and you will be part of my special list of 100 people who will get this course first and free!
When I do trainings, this is what organizers share to participants.
I have also trained more than a hundred students across four years for the Google Online Marketing Challenge, a global student competition participated by more than 13,000 worldwide. Every year, I'm happy to say that my training has produced a top ranked team, including a regional champion. (This is sort of a big deal in the world of online marketing education).
It may seem that I'm trying to convince you to hire me. This is sort of true. I hope this shows that I have something worthwhile to share with you. Let me teach you how to expand your business to the web.
If you are one of the first 100 to sign-up, I give this to you for free, in exchange for your inputs on what I should focus on and how I should price this. Just fill out the survey and you will be part of my special list of 100 people who will get this course first and free!