Sean Harper discovered his business idea when went looking for a satellite radio antenna at electronic stores and couldn’t find it. That’s when he and his friend said, âWell, all right, maybe we’ll just start selling antennas, and launched their company, TSS-Radio. In this interview, you’ll hear how they started running the business from a tiny home which could barely hold all the products they had for sale and how they took that business to over $4.5 million in annual sales.
How Answering “So What?” Will Increase Your Site’s Engagement – With Mark Magnacca | Case Studies & Business Tips
I invited Mark Magnacca to Mixergy for a second time so he could go into more depth about the ideas behind his book “So What?” and show us they’d apply to web sites.
To help illustrate his message, he put together a series of slides and gave feedback on Mixergy viewer’s web sites. (You can download the deck below.)
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Ed Robinson of Aptimize - How Your Scrappy Startup Can Make Big Sales To Fortune 500s | Mixergy - For ambitious upstarts and startups
One of the first things I noticed when I looked at Aptimize, Ed Robinson’s year-old company, is a collection of logos from top clients that his company sold to. Microsoft and Google stand out right away, but if you check out this page, you’ll see there are others.
So I invited him to Mixergy to teach us how he did it. What I especially appreciated about Ed is that he didn’t want to just “wing it.” Before he came to Mixergy he emailed me a list of detailed notes on what he wanted to teach and he backed his points with specific examples from his company. All the work he put in before the interview means you’ll be able to use more of it after you hear it.