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Adventures in building job-free income streams.
235: Selling Digital Products to Business or Government Clients: An Online Business Success Story with a Twist
Ryan Dowd runs HomelessLibrary.com as one of many side hustles, and he’s turned this side hustle into a successful business selling courses to government entities.
It’s something a little different from the business-to-consumer model we usually see with online course sales and comes with some advantages over the B2C market.
The basic challenge of marketing is to get your product or service in front of the right customers. If they don’t know you exist, it’s going to be awfully hard for you to sell them anything, right?
In this post, I’ll showcase the different ways you can get more prospects, visitors, and leads.
In marketing lingo, this is called the Top of the Funnel. How can you fill your pipeline with as many qualified prospects as possible?
Listen in on a real life side hustle coaching call with customer acquisition and retention strategist David Hutcherson (he’s the client), and sales pro Brendan Alan Barrett (he and I share the coaching duties).
On the heels of last week’s sales-themed episode, I invited Brendan on because of his sales background both with companies large and small.
We’re joined by our “client” David, who’s seeking to grow his freelance/consulting side hustle and build on his decade of experience in customer service.
Aspiring entrepreneurs often get stuck in the business idea phase — that is, they’re confident they could run a killer business, make a ton of money, and live the good life — if they could only come up with the right idea.
And if you fall in that camp, I’ve got good news for you: coming up with new business ideas is actually pretty easy.
Let’s go through some of the proven methods you can use to come up with your first (or next) business idea.