Building a business you’re passionate about can be the source of your joy. Or it can cause stress, frustration, and sleepless nights.
More often than not, it’s a mix of both.
Taking the easy route is easy, but it never results in happiness, business success, and a life of meaning.
In this episode, you’ll discover how to create a business you’re passionate about (without worrying on the weekends about customers).
CBD brands have to play business on “hard mode” when it comes to advertising their products. .Facebook and Google are quick to drop the ban hammer on your ad accounts. And at the push of a button, you lose access to all your customers.
If you get banned, how would you market your products?
Imagine not being able to keep the lights on, do payroll, or be forced to give up on your passion because of some big tech giants from Silicon Valley.
Luckily, Dennis Mistrioty, Co-Founder of Batch CBD, will show you 5 “underground” ways you can market your CBD products – even if you’ve been censored by Facebook and Google.
In this episode, you’ll discover a “cookie-cutter” approach to reduce costs and attract more of your dream buyers. And Dennis reveals a practical way to “accidentally” build up a loyal army of farmers – and generate an unbreakable supply chain.
Trying to compete with the big guys is tough. Well established brands have a lot of capital, raving fans, and unfair competitive advantages.
So how can you compete with Snapple and Gatorade?
Today’s guest, Ted Volz, founder of Clean Energy, reveals the secret to launching a wildly profitable and competitive business (even in cutthroat industries).
In this episode, you’ll discover a bizarre way you can create any product by reading the back of a juicebox. And 3 “cold” strategies to find your ideal buyers – even if you have no pre-existing connections.
Marketing is tough, time-consuming, and expensive if you don’t know what you’re doing. This applies even more to groundbreaking products at the forefront of innovation. Look at Apple - they struggled for decades before they dominated their market.
So how can you create an effective marketing campaign if no one knows about your product?
Today’s guest, Ryan Tolbert, discovered 5 “older style” advertising methods to penetrate any market by selling skin tone bandages.
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