Mindvalley Senior Partner, Ajit Nawalkha, shares 3 new advertising techniques that can double (or even triple) your business revenue and help you leverage beyond joint venture and affiliate partnerships.
Vishen shares a memo he sent to the Mindvalley marketing team after he challenged them to each take on an “epic endeavour”. Be warned: not everyone will agree with his theory. But this is actually how the man works – and makes things work.
Will skipping the traditional long copy and using just a video on your one-time-offer (or OTO) page boost your sales or hurt it? Our testing and analytics expert Roland Mirabueno breaks it down with this quick case study.
Entrepreneurial wonderkid and tax expert Darren Olstad shares his favourite wisdom from Blair Dunkley – Content vs Process, which teaches us to recognize the “underlying flow and pattern in our activity”.
In Part 2 of Ewa Wysocka’s “Underground Online Seminar 8″ series, she reveals Mindvalley’s first venture with the IDE model in 2010, a brave experiment which raked in US$1 million for the company and transformed Love Or Above author Christie Marie Sheldon into the personal growth celebrity she is today.
Every page is unique, and so the most successful onsite innovations and optimization projects are based on deep numerical and psychological analysis. Take for example our successful website enhancement thanks to some “anxiety analysis”.
Split into 3-parts, Ewa Wysocka’s “Underground Online Seminar 8″ series kicks off with an introduction to the IDE Model, its effect on our Mindvalley business and key aspects of a successful, systematic product launch.
People say that you can’t sell anything on Facebook. Well, I beg to differ. Here at Mindvalley, we have successfully scaled our campaigns to a point where we can see a return in our investments within three to four months.
While demographics provide insights about market behavior, understanding the values held by your customers can be totally game changing in terms of marketing strategies and can even dictate the type of copy that will best benefit your business and your customers.
The problem with creative design is that it is not cut and dry – it is abstract and subjective. The one who needs the design and the one making it must have a common understanding of what the outcome should look like.