Email Marketing For Beginners (0 to 5,000 Subscribers)

Hey everyone. Jason here, digital marketing consultant. And in this email marketing tutorial, you're
going to learn the three simple steps to evergreen list growth, timestamps table of contents
in the description, along with some other helpful links, including an affiliate link
to the email service provider. I currently use mailer Lite. When you stick around to the end, I’ll be
going through click by click; exactly how to go through all three of these steps inside
of mailer light. So you can start growing your own email list. So with that, let's go ahead and jump in. Starting with why on earth it's so important
that you actually have an email list. So take a look at this diagram, because we
need to talk about the importance of why you need to grow an email list in the first place. Everyone starts off as a prospect. These are all the people in the world who
could potentially join your email list and do business with you.

And then all the way at the end, we have customers,
which is ultimately what we'd like. We'd like more customers, right? Well, in between there we have audiences. And when we have leads, see audiences are
people who are engaging with your content or follow you on social media, but you don't
have their contact information yet. Once you have that contact information, they
become something called “a lead” and leads are how you build your business.

Because Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, YouTube,
LinkedIn, Twitter, they can change how the game is played anytime they want. So those people who are part of your audience,
it's great if you have a large following, but at the end of the day, you don't actually
control the ability to directly talk to them. And that's the power of email and that's the
power of having a list. So that's why it's so important that you use
something like this to make sure you turn as many prospects and audience members as
you can into leads. So you have unrestricted access to communicating
directly with them. In addition to building rapport, of course,
selling some products and services. So let's go ahead and go through the three
main components of this and why each one is so important. The real fuel of this engine is going to be
your lead magnet. And this is something that you're going to
offer for free in exchange for your prospects and audience members, contact information.

Because at the end of the day, just putting
up a webpage and saying, “Hey, give me your name and email, so I can sell you stuff later”,
Probably isn't going to work too well. So we need to start this relationship up with
value and give people a legitimate reason for giving away their contact information. Now, all lead magnet has to do is build rapport
and deliver value.

So if you're thinking of just slapping together,
some random PDF with free information, someone could find online anyway, that's not going
to work very well. The lead magnet actually has to be something
that's valuable and worth someone's contact information, because after all, if you give
something that's really crummy upfront, well, they're not going to open your emails, they're
not going to take you seriously, and you're not going to make any sales get any new customers. So this is where you need to put your best
foot forward, not just half asset and give something that “eh! Might be good”, right? So here are a couple of different types of
lead magnets. I'll link up in the description to a full
blown video that goes into a deep dive into each one of these. So you can do a resource guide, you can provide
training, give them a template, or actually make a tool or give them a list of tools that
you recommend.

In this particular instance to 80 20, the
process, I'm going to zero in on creating some sort of PDF guide, because it's the quickest
to put together while still actually providing value and hopefully building rapport, because
at the end of the day, people only buy from people they know like and trust. And so it's not just about giving them great
information or helping them out, you also need to speak somewhat likable, right? But we'll get into that when it comes to actually
writing your email copy in the third step. So what can you do with a PDF? There are a couple of options that all would
take less than a week to put together, but actually be valuable to whoever you're trying
to get onto your email list. So first we have an audit. This simply just reveals everything that they're
doing wrong.

This is the example I'm going to stick with. You can also do a case study, which is proof
of a result of a customer or client that you've had in the past. And showing how someone in a similar situation
to your ideal lead or customer was able to achieve the results that they were looking
for. The next type you can do is a resource list. And this is just a list of resources or recommended
tools. And the final one we have is a report. These last two are just designed to save someone
time. So instead of someone trying to figure out
what email service should I use for example, or what should I be using for my keyword research,
you can create some sort of short list.

So they save hours of research. The same is true within a report. With this particular instance, I'm going to
be using the example of one of our own lead magnets, the analytics checklist, which actually
helped potential customers of ours, figure out everything that was wrong inside of their
analytics account and quickly fix it. And once you have your lead magnet, you're
ready to create your landing page. So all your landing page is designed to do
is to collect someone's contact information in exchange for the lead magnet. And that's it. It's a single page that has no links and it
gives people one action to take, which is enter their name and email. Even if maybe you don't want the name, you
just want the email, but at bare minimum, you want the email optionally the name and
that's all they can do on the page. That's what makes a landing page so powerful.

You don't need links. You don't need excessive amounts of pictures
or graphics or something that is really beautifully designed. You're just saying, “Hey, I have this awesome
lead magnet. I think you're going to find value in it. Enter your name and email here, so you can
get it”. That's literally all a landing page is designed
to do. And they're only five elements. So you're going to have a headline that clearly
States what the lead magnet is or helps explain and communicate why someone should enter their
name and email to get the lead magnet. You'll have a call to action button. So this is the button that they're going to
click to actually submit their name and email. Then you're going to have a couple of bullet
points that gives a little more information as to why someone would find this lead magnet
valuable. These are bullet points, right? You don't have to write paragraphs or convince
people. You're just saying, “Hey, inside, you're
going to this, this, this, and that”. “Awesome! I think you should enter your name and email”.

We're just keeping it simple and casual. And then finally, you're going to have a graphic. And if you have some proof or testimonials,
you can add those as well. Although it's not required, especially when
you're just getting started. So here is an example of what a landing page
could look like. As you can see, there's very few elements
on the page and these landing pages work. You don't have to get fancy, your headline,
your bullets, some sort of graphic, here we didn't have a graphic of what we were offering
yet, so we just chose a nice looking stock icon. And this was built with mailer light. So once we have our lead magnet, and then
now we have our landing page; the last part of course is the actual emails, right? This is the whole point of growing your email
list.

You have to send emails. And when someone first joins your list, you're
going to send five to seven emails that are very focused and specific in relation to whatever
your lead magnet was. So for example, if I'm sending out a checklist
on analytics, it wouldn't make any sense at all. If the next email that I sent to them immediately
after signing up was, “Hey, did you know that you can be really successful with YouTube
ads?” Well, there's no way that I would know if
someone who interested in analytics would also care about YouTube ads. So for the first five to seven, if someone
enters their name and email about losing weight or analytics, then all your emails should
be about losing weight or analytics. Later on in the process, you start getting
broad and do all those fancy segmentation things. But when you're first getting started, that
doesn't matter. That's just going to create more complication
and headache than is necessary.

Now, before we dive into the five emails that
you should be sending after someone joins your email list and then what to do after
those five emails, we need to talk about how to actually write them. Because when it comes to writing emails, for
some reason, a lot of entrepreneurs and business owners and creators suddenly turn some stream
switch on in the back of their head and start writing really formally or start writing really
salesy. And that's not what you want to do. When you sit down to write your emails, you
sit down and you imagine, imagine a friend, or imagine your ideal customer. You're sitting having a cup of coffee and
you're just talking like a normal person. So please, you don't have to change how you
communicate. When it comes to emails, everyone is unique. Everyone is different. And when it comes to email marketing, that's
a strength, not a weakness.

So if you see other emails from other people
in your niche, you don't have to copy their same style. You just have to communicate the way you do
and the right audience and the right prospects are going to be attracted by that. And more importantly, the people that aren't
a good fit are going to be repelled by that. And everyone is going to have people who don't
like the way they do email marketing. That's just part of the world. You're not trying to be friends with everyone. You're not trying to get everyone to actually
love and open your emails. You're trying to get the right people to love
and open your emails. And the right people are the ones who are
actually going to enjoy who you are.

So I think I’ll get off that soap box. Now let's go ahead and dive into those five
emails. Number one, we're just going to have, here's
your blueprint or here's your training, Here's your resource guide. You're going to repeat the three to four bullet
points you had on your landing page and let them know why it's awesome and why they are
smart for making the decision to enter their name and email. So we just want to reinforce the decision
they just made, right? They just stepped out on limb like “I gave
him my contact information this person…”, you want to reinforce that decision, make
them feel smart for actually trusting you.

So the second email is going to be the biggest
challenge they face. You really want to dive into how the roadblocks
they're dealing with right now is something that's normal, acceptable, and most importantly,
it's possible to overcome it. And then if you have any myths or anything
you can say that's counter to what other businesses or creators are saying in your niche or space,
then go ahead and say it here.

Here's where you want to differentiate yourself
and let people on your email to let us know that whatever they're struggling with it's
okay. And also debunk any myths to differentiate
yourself. Now, the third email is going to be a success
story. So this can be hypothetical. You want to make it clear that it's hypothetical,
or it can be your own success story or success story of a client. And so here, which essentially all you're
saying is, “Hey, this person or myself was in a situation very similar to yours. And eventually we were actually able to be
successful”. Now, these next two emails are actually where
you're going to shift into sales mode. Now, this doesn't mean that we start writing
salesy, or we start putting 60% off by now, or you're an idiot in our subject lines. This is just where we start talking about
whatever paid product or service that we have, that we want people to actually whip out their
credit card and buy. So that's something that's very important
here is the first three emails. We didn't say anything about our paid offer
in this particular instance, with our using a PDF, as an example.

If you're doing a webinar or a video sales
letter, it might be a little different, but essentially the first three emails, we're
just building rapport and we're letting them know, we understand where they are. We're letting them know that it's possible
to overcome where they are. And now we're offering a solution, because
we've talked and empathize with them. And now we're saying, “Hey, we understand
where you are. Check this out. I think this is really going to be helpful”. So that's what you do with emails four and
five. You can optionally go to more emails. I think seven emails is the max you should
do before you start coming off as like, “okay, this person's just going to try and sell me
this one product forever and ever, and ever”.

And when you go through the sequence, it's
going to last anywhere from five to seven days. And once someone goes through the sequence,
stop trying to sell them. At this point, they've entered their name
and email for a specific lead magnet. You've gone through a full week of talking
about the problem that's related to that lead magnet, you've talked about the solution and
if they're still not ready to buy you just go, “okay, I guess they're not ready to
buy now”. And then you let them drop into your big email
list or your main email list where you send out broadcast. So you'll be sending anywhere from two to
three or five emails a week, just depending upon how aggressive you want to be. And you're going to be rotating between content
sharing and of course, making other offers, because in this first seven day period, you're
making one offer very specific to what they just opted in for it because you know, they
care about that, right? But then when they go into your main email
sequence, you're not quite sure.

So you're going to need to build more rapport,
provide more value and then make offers in the future. So if you don't make sales in the first seven
days, that's okay, you have their contact information. You have a direct line to that person, to
your potential customers now. So you don't have to worry about trying to
make a sale right In the first seven days. Don't ruin that relationship, because it's
something that can actually pay dividends long-term down the road. And that does it for the three simple steps
to follow, to creating your own evergreen email growth system. With that, we're ready to jump into my screen. I'm going to walk you click by click through
mailer light. So you know exactly how to set up each one
of these steps. So let's go ahead and dive in. So the first thing you want to do is of course,
go to mailerlite.com and set up your free account.

They give you 500 to a thousand subscribers
for free. You can check out our affiliate link in the
description, and once you've set up your free account, it might take a couple of days to
be activated. You're going to want to come into your dashboard. You'll probably have zero subscribers to start,
but we're going to change that by creating our landing page. So we're going to go ahead and click on site. Something that's really awesome about mailer
light is you don't have to worry about creating your landing pages or dealing with other page
builders.

You can actually grow your email list, a 100%
percent using mailer light. And in this particular video, we're going
to be going through an example of building a landing page that looks like this or this
simple layout. Now these landing pages, aren't going to win
a design award by any means, but they work. And most importantly, you can get up and running
really, really quickly. So let's go ahead and build our landing page. I'm actually going to build a second version
of this analytics checklist. So you can see how fast it is to actually
put together your landing page.

So we're click on create landing page. We'll go ahead and give our landing page and
name something nice and clear that we're going to remember in the future, because hopefully
you're going to be making several of these landing pages. Next Mailer Lite is going to ask you what
group you want your new subscribers to be added to. So typically you're going to want to have
two groups. One group is going to be everyone who has
ever opted into a landing page. That's going to be your entire list. And then the second one is going to be based
upon the lead magnet or landing page that they've specifically opted into. So in this particular instance, we would click
on one aspire entrepreneur. That would be everyone. And then, because I'm doing this for the first
time, I can click on add new group and create a group specifically for people who are entering
their name and email to get this lead magnet on this landing page.

So we'll go ahead and click on create. And now, we have our two groups, we'll go
through automation. So you'll see that emails will automatically
go out when they are added to our specific group, not when they're added to everyone,
the everyone group. So we'll go ahead and click on save and continue. And now we get to choose the template. They do have quite a few options here. They'll look really nice, but we're going
to 80 20 this process and start from scratch, because we don't need our template to win
any design awards. We don't need our landing page to be the greatest
looking. We just needed out there. And most importantly done. So I'm just going to go ahead and select the
first one. You can pretty much select any one of these,
because we're going to just remove everything I do recommend though, making sure you select
one that doesn't have a top navigation. So we'll go ahead and select this one. And then we will just start from scratch. And there's going to be two ways we can do
this.

Number one, we can go and manually delete
one by one, each one of these elements, or we can come up to actions and remove content
blocks, just start with a blank slate type and remove to let them know, yes, we really
do want to start from scratch. And now we have a completely blank landing
page, but don't worry. We only need a couple of elements. So we're going to start off with a headline
if it will actually go on, come on. Sometimes the first element, there we go. All right. So we've got our headline for settlement takes
awhile. Then we're going to go down to our forms and
we want to sign up form with a image and we'll go ahead and drop that underneath our headline. And then depending upon your niche and legal
things, this is not legal advice at all, you're probably going to want some sort of disclaimer
text at the bottom of your page. And so these are really the only three elements
that you need.

Canva

I'm going to leave the disclaimer text alone,
and we're going to go ahead and click up here and start with the headline. Something nice and simple. If you want more information on how to do
the actual copywriting for your landing page, I’ll link up in the description to a full
blown tutorial that goes through landing page copywriting. I'm going to make it medium and make sure
that it's in the center. You can always come in here and change the
colors and the fonts and the size. Since we're talking about Google analytics
and it's orange, I’ll go ahead and change the font and color a little bit and make sure
that this is centered. And so wide, medium, and narrow. You want to make sure that you do use these
options to change how your text looks, because this is going to be responsive.

So if you start making, putting spaces, randomly
places, it's not going to look good when it translates to mobile. I'll just add a little more space at the top
here, because there's not going to be so much on the page. And I think that's good enough for our checklist. So the next thing we need is we need an image
for our actual offer, that we're making a couple of bullet points as to why they should
enter their name and email. And of course their actual name and email. So we'll start with the image. I already have one uploaded ready to go. I use Canva for pretty much all of our lead
magnets. So I’ve just exported the cover of our PDF
that we're offering from Canva.

And you can check out a link in the description
on how to put that together. And this is literally all I did for the lead
magnet text one big picture. This picture costs a dollar from Canva, and
then all of the information that someone is looking for when they get the analytics checklist. And I also have a call to action at the end
for them to actually book a sales call with us.

So more about lead magnets and how to put
them together with Canva, all that fun stuff linked up in the description. So we have our lead magnet image here, and
we can actually click on edit image. So if you need to make some minor adjustments,
keyword, minor, this editor has you covered. I'm okay with the size. I'm actually going to use something else to
mess with the size and a little bit here. So for our headline here, we're just going
to put your– going to whoops! Your– if I can do it without capitalizing
two letters, your going to get… and then we're going to want three to five bullet points.

Now this is one of the areas where I really
wish Mailer Lite actually had a bullet point block, but don't worry in the description. I will link up this little line of text that
will allow you to use the checkmark emoji to create your bullet points. So all you need to do is click on HTML. We'll delete all of this, and then we'll paste
this in. And now we have bullet one, two, three, four,
again, link in the description to copy paste this. This is as close to HTML as you have to get,
and all we need to do to change. Our bullets is just highlight bullet and then
the number. And we can say what we need to about our specific
offers.

And speeding ahead. We have our couple of bullet points. You're definitely going to want to spend a
significant amount of more time. I'll link up again in the description to that
video that goes through how to actually write bullet points for your landing page. So now the only other thing we need to do
is change the button text and the button color to either match or stand out from everything
else on the page. Now, right now, red, that pretty much stands
out here. So I can actually leave that alone, but I’ll
show you how to change this. We're going to change this to download now,
and then we'll click on form and we will add a field we're going to want to their name,
and I'm going to put their name on top there. So we get their name and their email. You don't have to ask for the name. We just find it that it's a lot more, it gives
you a lot more flexibility in your email marketing, if you actually have their names.

So then we can come over here to settings. This is where we can start playing with how
this looks. So for example, we can come down here and
change the form to checklist ratio so we can make the image bigger, we can make the form
bigger we can keep them equal. I actually kinda like this. I actually kinda liked the way this looks. So we'll go ahead and leave it alone. We can of course, switch the alignment and
then squeeze things in or even squeeze them in even more. Now, if you're worried about mobile, that's
not really necessary.

It's going to format on mobile automatically
for you. So we'll just go ahead and leave it on wide. I think is the best way to go. And if you scroll down here, you can change
your call to action button, the color, and then you can also change the hover color. So if I wanted to come over here and make
the hover color, dark orange, now, when you hover over it, it's dark orange versus something
like green means go, right? So now we'll go ahead and click– Now, it'll
be downloaded.

Now when someone goes to click on it and that
will, and then of course you have your font styles, colors, and you can also make it full
width. Here we go. You can also make it full with as well. So I'm just going to leave it nice and small
in the center and then make the text way bigger. So the button is larger and much more apparent. So again, you can play with this all day long,
but right now, as you can see, we've put together a landing page that's actually going to work
in less than 10 minutes. It's pretty awesome. So we'll go ahead and click on save here.

And if we go into preview mode, you'll actually
be able to see what it would look like on desktop. And then more importantly, what it will look
like on mobile. So here is our desktop preview, and then we
can click over here to mobile and you'll see that it does a very good job of formatting
everything for mobile. The other advantage too is because you're
not being fancy.

You're pretty much guaranteed to have this
style work on any screen size, any mobile device. So we'll go ahead and exit out of our preview
and we are complete with our landing page. I hope you can see how easy and simple that
was. So we'll go ahead and click on save and publish,
and we'll go through– quickly, go through some advanced settings before we dive into
our actual email sequence setup. So when it comes to your page settings, you,
if you decide to pay an extra $10 a month, which I totally think it's worth it, you can
come down here and actually create your own, use your own domains, which I think is very
important, especially if you're doing Google analytics tracking, which you should link
in the description to that.

And then we can go ahead and change what our
domain will actually be. I'll just call it the analytics checklist. Now, when it comes to favicons, please, please,
please take the 10 minutes to create your own Fabricom. So if we come up here, you can see that the
mailer light favicon is this little green box, right? So you don't want that little green box on
your landing pages.

You want your own logo, so you can either
do 16 by 32. I think also 50– Let me go ahead and choose
an image here. So I remember the dimensions 55 by 35 is the
best way to go. So I’ll just go ahead and select that. And now our actual company logo is going to
show up when someone hits our landing page, as opposed to mailer lights, it's just a little
extra step to add some professional ality to your; I don't think that's a word, but
add some professionalism to your landing pages, SEO, When it comes to landing pages, you don't
want them indexed. If you are going to be doing any sort of paid
traffic, really anything at all with paid traffic, you need to have your Google analytics,
Facebook pixel, your Google ads, remarketing tag.

I have a full blown tutorial on how to use
something called Google tag manager to get of these tags, right in your landing page,
a very easy and almost code freeway. So you can check out the link in the description
for the tag manager course. And with that, those are all the settings
you really need to worry about. So we'll go ahead and click on save and continue. And now our page is live. So let's go check out the live preview. This is what our page looks like because we
updated the favicon. You can see it says act in very, very tiny
letters, as opposed to the mailer light logo. And now, people can enter their name and email
and they'll be able to get to the analytics checklist. Well, almost right? Because we need to make sure that some emails
go out when someone actually fills out this form. So let's go ahead and go back to our dashboard
here.

And we're going to click on automation this
time. So now it's time to set up that email sequence
that goes out once they enter their name and email, this is very important. Even if you only have one email going out,
that's better than nothing. So we'll come up here and click on create
workflow. And then we're going to name this workflow
after our offer or landing page. And the reason I use the same names across
everything is it's just makes it a whole lot simpler to keep track of what's going on inside
of your account. So here we go, we can set up a workflow trigger. Now this is where it can get a little tricky. So we can either say when someone joins a
list, or we can say when someone enters their name and email on a specific landing page,
and this particular instance, I like using lists because you might have multiple landing
pages for the same lead magnet. So you want– you'll have multiple landing
pages, but at the end of the day, you only want one email sequence, because you're giving
the same thing away.

So we'll go ahead and use joins a subscriber
group, and we'll be able to select the group that we just created. Repeat workflow for subscribers who rejoined
the same group, I typically just leave this off. If someone enters their name and email again,
for whatever reason, I don't want to send them the same sequence over again. So we'll go ahead and click on save, and then
we can set up our first trigger. So our first trigger is actually going to
be an email. So this email is going to be the link to whatever
you're giving away for free. Go ahead and give our email a subject. We can go ahead and play with emojis. You can also insert things that you collected. So if we wanted to put their name, we could
say, “Hey, exclusively for…” or “Hey, name, here's your checklist, something to
that effect”.

And then when we click on design email, we'll
actually be able to put in the text of the email that we're going to be sending. And I really like to keep things simple and
just use the rich text editor when it comes to email deliverability. Typically most of the service providers look
at emails that have a lot of pictures or look really pretty in their design as something
that's marketing. So you're much more likely to get through
if you just start off with a normal text email like this one. So we can just put in all of our texts… One eternity later
And obviously you're going to want to actually take some time with writing these emails here. I'm just doing this for example purposes,
we'll go ahead and click on done editing and it will take us back to our workflow. And now that we have email number one, we're
going to want to select a delay probably one day later and we'll send our second email. So we'll just click on again. We'll do email number two, give it a nice
juicy title, and then we'll click on save and we'll create a another delay.

So typically what we're going to do is we're
going to send anywhere from five to seven emails in this sequence. So we'll go ahead and click on, wait another
select, wait another day again, and then add email number three. And you'd go through this process for all
of the emails in your initial sequence. And then after the first five to seven emails,
typically what you're going to do is that will be the end of the sequence. The sequence will be over. They'll have gotten their lead magnet. Hopefully you've made some sort of paid offer,
whether it's your own service, your own product, or an affiliate in the last two to three emails
in the sequence. And then because you made sure that you added
them to everyone, they can start getting your weekly or monthly email newsletter or broadcast.

So we'll go ahead and get out of this automation
list, because we have our landing page set up. We made sure that we created our automation
that sends emails out. I should note here that we probably do want
to make sure that you turn it on so that it's actually active. And that is really all there is to it to creating
your landing page and then actually putting together some backend automation.

Now, if you're still watching, enjoying this
video, go ahead and hit that like button. What I want to do is actually come back to
something that's a little bit of a bonus when it comes to putting together your landing
page and that's actually your success page. So we glossed over this, but we do want to
be taking advantage of the attention that we've gotten from someone who's just entered
our email list. So if we go ahead and click on edit here,
this is something bonus you can do. You don't have to do it right off the bat. And that is adding something to your success
page, telling people what to do next. So I'm going to come up here to actions, remove
blocks and type in remove nice and big. Remove everything again. I'm just going to do a headline.

And then this time you can either do an image
here, come on there, we'll either put an image, or if you want to make some sort of paid offer
or you want to try and offer some sort of affiliate offer, then you can go ahead and
put a video. So you can drop in a short sales video here. If you want someone to take action and then
use the button element to have them click through to another page.

And so in this particular instance, I don't
really have another offer to make. So I'm just going to say, thank you. It's on the way I’ll come over here to settings. I'll just change our font color to the orange
again and make sure that it's medium and make sure that it's actually centered too. And then for our image, I’ll actually come
into our images here and just select the same image that I had on the landing page to let
them know, yes, their PDF is infract on the way that image is way too big. So let's come over here to settings, let's
make a medium and then bring it down.

So it's not as large. And then the only other thing that I would
recommend doing here is just putting some sort of quick text that lets them know the
actual email address that they should look for, because sometimes our messages might
go into folders or spam that we don't want them to. So we want to make it very easy for people
to find us, add some quick text here, check your email from, and then put, go ahead and
put your domain in. And that's all you need to do. If you want to add social links or maybe you
have a piece of content you want them to engage with, you can go ahead and drop that in here
as well. I'm just going to delete these other elements
because we don't actually have a sales message here and also remove the button. And again, this is a bonus thing you can do. You don't necessarily have to get that fancy
or worry about, “Oh no, I have to come up with another offer.

Another thing for someone to do right after
they've entered their name and email”. So thank you so much for watching. I sincerely hope you got some value out of
this video. And most importantly, you're ready to go to
start growing your email list on the path to 5,000 email subscribers and hopefully a
lot more. So check out those links in the description
to mailer light, along with some other helpful videos to help you get up and running with
this process as quickly as possible, hit that like button, subscribe for more deep dive
marketing tutorials, just like this one. And until the next, key building the business
you love..

As found on YouTube

Share this article

Leave a comment