|Management & Marketing||17|
How do I start an online business? Grow my email list to thousands of subscribers? Sell more and grow faster? These are just some of the big questions that leading online marketing strategist, Amy Porterfield, digs into on the top-ranked Online Marketing Made Easy Podcast. Featuring insights from A-List online marketing experts (Russell Brunson, John Lee Dumas, Rick Mulready, Marie Forleo, etc.) as well as mini marketing masterclasses and step-by-step guides, each episode is designed to help you take immediate action on the most important strategies for starting, scaling and automating your online business. Amy’s specialty is getting into the online trenches with you. Thinking about creating an online course? Want to promote with webinars? Need help with your Facebook ads? Discover why hundreds of thousands of online business owners turn to Amy Porterfield to generate more profits and to make sense of the online marketing space, implement the strategies that really get results, and turn that side hustle into a business that lasts.
May 9th, 2013
Episode 17 of 220 episodes
On this episode of the Online Marketing Made Easy Podcast, I cover part three of a three-part Facebook marketing mini-training. When it comes to marketing on Facebook, consider building a plan around these three phases: Phase 1: Attraction Phase 2: Promotion Phase 3: Selling In my last podcast episode, I talked about the promotion phase, ... Click to Read More The post #009: How to Use Facebook to Sell appeared first on Amy Porterfield.
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