By finding this blog, you’re doing a great job so far! You’ve taken a major step towards launching your own lifestyle . .
I have a confession to make. Although my co-founder and I used Young Broke & Brilliant services to launch Pixlplug™, we failed to take advantage of all the features when marketing our company. We failed to create a great turn-key launch experience. When we finally took the cover off, you could hear the eerie sound of crickets chirping.
It was scary. It made me second guess everything I had done to get to this point. It made for awkward co-founder conversations. I tried my best to avoid talking about the business with my wife and friends (didn’t last long). We had to learn everything about marketing our products on the web from scratch, and it’s been working since. Hey, we found you!
Don’t be scared. we are here for you:
We have taken everything we’ve learned growing our business and baked that right into the experience along with this blog. To create the ultimate launch ready, landing page experience, we’ve included intuitive features in our program:
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Simple email marketing to say “thank you” and integration with leading newsletter services
No dead ends with a social experience. After someone signs up, we make sharing and customer referrals simple.
Magical customer demographic data to fill in information without asking the customer
A/B testing to find the best version of your online pitch
Integration with Facebook, WordPress, and your other web sites to capture customers wherever they are.
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We know you’ll find all the blood, sweat, and tears we put into the product is worth it.
There is an old Chinese proverb: “The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The next best time is now.” You should have kicked off your latest marketing campaign last week, and it sucks that you missed that opportunity. Don’t wake up tomorrow thinking the same thing.