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Entreprogrammers is the podcast for developers that are striking out on their own! Join John Sonmez, Josh Earl and Derick Bailey and be a fly on the wall as they talk about everything that they are going through - the ups and downs, the highlights and depressing lows. Nothing is spared in this no-holds-barred look at what it really takes for 3 developers to engage in entrepreneurial activities!
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EntreProgrammers Episode 84
"I Could Stick My Head Up a Cow's..."
Derick is sad to see RayGun.io go as a sponsor. Thanks to RayGun.IO for sponsoring the EntreProgrammers Podcast.
John’s T-Pain vocal effects are not working. Technical Issues with his mic.
Derick is also having a happy week. Derick gain 86 new subscribers to Watch Me Code, which is an overall 25% increase. Awesome!
Derick has been working on updating his website, redoing the subscription section. Derick is planning to work on a new Drip sequence for his email list.
John suggest implementing a new offer to upgrade the new subscribers to a full year, to keep them of dropping off over time. Derick mentions he has a better hold on the marketing strategies and tools.
Derick gives an update on his son’s tests. Derick so far is getting back on track and is happy with this past week’s success.
Josh ask if Derick is able to do a webinar to build up more clients. Josh shares his vision on the webinar idea.
Derick may possibly pitch to John’s audience for a webinar idea. John thinks that creating a joint product with be more affective, then pitching as an affiliate.
John share a pitch he did to is email list for Steve Young, and it was not a success for the mobile app marketing.
Josh mentions “White Labeling,” idea. Which may be an interesting way to market digital products. John talks about another strategy of purchasing licensing to the product and selling and keeping 100% profits.
Derick talks about how there are tons of great ideas, and still working on catching up to them.
Josh drop 128 envelopes into the mail, which is a sales letter to Infusionsoft consultants. This is a partial handwritten letter. This project took Josh 8 hours to complete. Josh is trying to get more copywriting clients. Josh is thinking about doing a monthly newsletter to keep his prospects in the loop. Josh is implementing a “Host Parasite” practice.
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Date published: 2014-08-07