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We’ve just wrapped up our latest development cycle, Vigilant, which means we have new features to the Kajabi platform!
Today, we're excited to lift the veil on what we've accomplished! Let's dive right in.
Here are some of the biggest highlights you need to know about...
New User-Interface Improvements
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Blogging has become an integral part of most businesses’ marketing strategies. You don’t want to get left behind.
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So any opportunity to cut back on the time you spend on your business is a good thing.
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It sounds simple, right? A conversion is simply an offer and an acceptance, sort of like a social or transactional contract. You ask someone to do something you want, then reward them by living up to your end of the bargain.
That’s why business owners and marketers are always talking about conversion rates. Don’t worry if you’re not familiar with the term, though. We’re going to define conversion rates and help you boost yours with 30 incredible tips.
Kalfas is the number one social media influencer in spaces like landscaping and window cleaning entrepreneurship. It might not sound as intriguing as influencers who operate in the fashion or home goods industries, but Kalfas proves naysayers wrong.
According to Kalfas, his landscaping business goes back a long way — to when he was nine years old. An entrepreneur at heart, he would join his father to take care of lawns and get paid $4 or $5. However, he never thought he’d actually get to start his own business. He felt it was out of reach.