I’ve got an amazing guest this week, and he’s brought tons of great, actionable advice along with him. He’s Steve Chou from MyWifeQuitHerJob.com.
When Steve and I met a few years ago at FinCon, we connected fast. Like me, Steve’s a family man, and we’ve got similar philosophies when it comes to our kids and our time.
Steve’s wife quit a job she hated when they had their first child, and they started looking for a way to make up that lost income. That’s when they stumbled upon the niche market that would give Steve his first crash course in e-commerce: the wedding handkerchief industry. (More on that in the podcast.) Steve became an expert on running an online store. Now, he’s turned that expertise into an incredibly successful course for other online business owners, thanks to lots of hard work and some smart email marketing.
If you use autoresponder sequences in your online business, you know that strategy is everything. Steve’s here to share how a few email sequencing tweaks yielded massive results for his business. You’ll be able to use these actionable strategies to promote your own online course or product and start seeing results.
Oh, and Steve is a huge Cal fan. 😉
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