Hi fellow Internet Entrepreneur,
My name is Allan and I was born at a very young age. As a technologist, I know what brands to admire.
Buffer is amazing. HubSpot is great. Intercom knows their stuff. The Basecamp folks are legendary. Like me, do you also admire those brands?
Do you also see big brands in your social media feeds and Google searches?
I’ve been reverse-engineering what great Internet brands have in common, beyond a great product. I also had to consider the unique challenges of small businesses. Newcomers don’t happen to have the same advantages that big players do.
A big problem for new brands: You may have a great product, but it’s hard to convince people that it’s what they need.
After countless battle scars while independently running my own businesses, I discovered what big brands did right, when they were small… They also keep on doing this today.
If you scroll down your social media feed, what do you see? What articles are shared?
More often than not, you’ll find posts from big brands.
I don’t have to convince you, though. You’re here because you know that Content Marketing worked for Buffer. You’re here because you know that Basecamp has a good reason why they’re publishing their 4th book, after 3 bestsellers. You’re here because companies like Intercom showed you that thought leadership acquires customers.
What’s the common trait of small brands that grow? Read on…
Fellow entrepreneur, you want to publish regularly.
Like the biggest players in your industry, you want to keep showing up to your prospects and customers.
Like a real growing company, you’re trying to systematically reach your audience so your brand gets louder than ever.
You know that you have to be present where your audience’s eyes and ears are glued.
Introducing Publishing Coaching
- Hit “Publish” every week! (actually, it’s “Publi$h”)
- Broadcast stories that your business is proud of
- Setup a predictable system that will keep acquiring and keeping customers for you
Through this monthly coaching program, you’ll be guided by a fellow entrepreneur who has a proven content marketing track record and is currently in the same journey.
I’ll share with you specific content topics to work on, how it should look like when published, and how to build systems for automation and delegation.
- A kickoff meeting
- Weekly checkins
- Start of the week inspiration: content ideas & customized guidance
- End of the week accountability: share your team’s published work
Get accountability and advice on your business-building assets where you have to press “Publish”:
- Blog posts
- Facebook posts
- Sales pages
- Email newsletters
- YouTube videos
- and much more
How much? Just $350/mo.
What they say about our work
Johns, Maker & Entrepreneur
Hitesh, SaaS Company Founder
I also feel Allan and his team go above and beyond. It's been great just to bounce ideas off him too!"
Elena, Internet Entrepreneur & Marketing Consultant
Jim, Digital Entrepreneur
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