Uncensored Growth - Online Marketing & Business Strategies
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The Uncensored Growth Podcasts reveals all of our online business and high-level strategies, growth hacks and marketing tips and tricks, so you'll get a behind-the-scenes look on what it takes to grow a business to 7-figures and beyond. Whether you are a business owner, marketer or anyone trying to grow a business, this is where you'll hear all about automation, analytics, outsourcing & delegation, Facebook Ads, split-testing, storytelling, video marketing, funnels, email marketing, software as a service (SaaS), affiliate marketing and more.
Most Recent Episode
#21 - When to cut your losses?
In episode #21, Wilco shares his thoughts on what’s a good time to cut your losses if you’re working on something. Time Stamped Show Notes: 00:08: I’m actually fairly happy, especially considering the fact that I just pulled the plug on a project that we’ve been working on for over a year. 01:40: The beauty of doing that offline is that you can really do a deep dive into your mind. 02:07: It just helps me a lot to sometimes just go offline, and just do nothing there, and write in my notebook. 03:44: As you probably know, we create various software products that we had a piece of software pretty much fully ready to market. 04:41: When we released UpViral, there was nothing of the kind where it’s like, “What? 04:54: For ConnectLeads, first time you were able to connect your Facebook lead ads into your auto-responder. 05:00: ConnectRetarget, you can do behavior re-targeting on Facebook. 05:29: I don’t mind competition, but I just want to be first, and then people can try to compete with me. 05:44: My point being is that I’ve pulled the plug on various tools even though we spent months, and months, and months of work. 06:46: At every point in time, you need to look at it like, What’s the biggest opportunity that I have right now? 07:33: All that matters is what actions you take from today onwards. 09:17: If you haven’t seen any project through, if you haven’t had any success in line, then I would actually encourage you to keep on focusing on what you’re focusing on. 10:08: I highly recommend you to just go offline, take a notebook, write down all the pros and cons, write down all your ideas. Transcription: Hey, hey, you entrepreneurs and marketers. It’s Wilco here, and today, I’m actually fairly happy, especially considering the fact that I just pulled the plug on a project that we’ve been working on for over a year. Boom. We’ve been working on it for over a year, and I stopped … I canceled … I deleted the whole project pretty much, which is not something that you usually do, right, especially after a year’s worth of work. Now, it’s not something that we’ve been working on like every now and then, and been dragging on for a year. No. This is actually a project that I had a full-time developer on for over a year full-time, day in,