Hey Guys My names Daniel Zen, This is my first post on the Warrior Forum but I've been involved in Internet marketing for the better part of a decade!
This weekend, I had the privilege to meet with Warrior Forum CEO, Moss Pauly (@moss) and CMO Marcus Wong (@WFMarcus) at the Warrior Live Event in Raleigh, North Carolina.
I want to share with the community statistics from a recent email campaign and get some feedback on our funnel. We send out cold emails, hoping they will click a link to a landing page. On the landing page is a video with a lot of great free content. Eventually, we will send them emails with 2 more videos that will ultimately lead to a sales page that will sell a course. Here are our stats:
I read a post today on the WF declaring that article marketing was dead. If youíve been on this forum for a while youíve seen this declaration multiple times before. The Warrior said it used to work years ago, but there is no sense in using this outdated bygone strategy today. Let me ask you Ė do people still read articles online? Of course they do and these articles are the lifeblood of some of the most popular web sites on the planet. All publish articles that have outgoing links to further information or the authorís web site. Here are some examples:
Using GordonJ's idea from "Is this as "easy" as it used to be?" I want to use a few case studies that I found online within my presentations/1-page handouts to store owners. Is that a no-no? Must I cite the company from which the case studies were performed by?