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Today, we dive into everything you need to know about hosting online summits, how to harness the power of organic list building, and why building relationships with your audience is the key to jump starting your growth.
As bloggers we always hear how important it is to grow our email lists, especially because it's the only asset we actually own. But trying to figure out what the most effective ways to build your list can be really difficult, especially without just relying on annoying popups or costly Facebook ads. Luckily, today's guest is the perfect person to help us out!
Today's episode is brought to us by the Grow and Profit Online Summit!
Grow and Profit Online is an amazing free event specifically designed for coaches, course creators and online service providers to maximize your revenue and results with applicable information you can use NOW... instead of fluff that doesn't actually make a difference for you.
I'm really excited to be involved in the summit for the first time and sharing my expertise on how publishing books can help you grow your business. But I'm even more excited to learn from the 25 other experts who will be sharing tons of great knowledge.
It all kicks off on April 19th so please check it out and sign up for free at Grow and Profit Online.
The video of the interview is also available on the Makin' Bacon YouTube Channel.
She is an Online Marketing Strategist, List Builder and Lead Generation Expert. She's also the creator of List Building 2.0, her own successful system of building your list through attraction and permission marketing.
Leveraging over 15 years of marketing, communications and branding experience for her clients, she firmly believes that if you live your life with passion and transparency, you will create life-long success.
And as an avid home cook, she spends her downtime whipping up neat meals, or reading some trashy fiction for fun.
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