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If you’re struggling to reach your target customers, there’s still hope. Learning how to do email marketing might provide the solution. It’s a bit different from traditional direct marketing. Email allows companies to get permission before they contact potential customers.
In the old days, companies often bought email lists. It’s a similar strategy to pulling physical addresses out of the phone book. That doesn’t work anymore.
Now, savvy marketers ask prospects for their email addresses. This strategy creates a transparent relationship between the marketer and the prospect.
We have a very special Kajabi Hero story to share with you this week, and it comes straight from the Kajabi HQ!
This week's Kajabi Hero, Matt Codde, comes with a fire and passion for helping other people who face the same struggles he experienced. It was pretty easy to get a sit-down interview with Matt, seeing as he's part of our team here at Kajabi!
Matt has an incredible resume but an even more impressive story. After being diagnosed with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in his young adult years, he decided to pursue becoming a mental health professional in order to give back to that community.
We live in a world of do-it-yourself professionals who love to learn new skills and broaden their horizons. People who teach online courses can not only help further this trend, but also generate a healthy income.
Think about the last time a question occurred to you. Maybe you wanted to know the name of an ingredient for your grandmother’s famous spaghetti sauce, or perhaps you want to learn how to build your own bookshelves.
You likely when straight to the closest Internet-connected device and pulled up Google. Using the search engine, you found information to help you answer your question or complete your goal.
Make no mistake: Everyone’s in competition these days.
They’re in competition for eyes, clicks, and sales.
Here’s the thing:
We all possess the ability to be amazing photographers. With the invention (and innovation) of smartphones, we all have the ability to take great photographs.
Accessibility is not the problem.