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Welcome to another edition of The Digital Entrepreneur Newsletter.
Sean Jackson and Katy Katz had the week off from podcasting this week, but I found another one to recommend. 🙂
In fact, it’s from Sean’s other podcast, “Site Success.”
WordPress hosting can make or break your site.
So if you are serious about WordPress, then you’ll want to know the right ways to pick a hosting provider.
In this episode, Sean Jackson interviews Matt Lawrence bout the most important questions you should ask when choosing one.
Listen and subscribe to Site Success:
If you use another podcast app, just search for “Site Success” and you should find the show.
Now here are this week’s five resources to help you create, sell, and grow.
1. Are you Redd-y?
Reddit’s mobile apps have 330 million monthly active users, and the platform will now be giving advertisers a way to reach those users with native in-feed ads. Here’s everything you need to know about these promoted posts.
2. Struggling with retention? Spoiler: most are!
Good retention delivers benefits such as driving acquisition, improving monetization, and accelerating payback period. Take a look at the factors that are making retention more difficult and how to overcome them.
3. Before going all-in on AI, focus on gaining better insights first.
AI success depends a great deal on what other changes your company is able to make. By using better insights, and improving your marketing processes, you can enable AI to address the real needs of prospects and employees.
4. Level up to keep up.
To train your marketing team, you’ll need to know its strengths and weaknesses as well as some idea of what you can do to take them to the next level. Then, you can create an actionable plan to start the process. This resource will walk you through it.
5. Want to craft high-converting offers? Of course, you do!
Are your current offers and pitches … weak? The key to creating a strong pitch is to do so with confidence. But that’s easier said than done as fear and doubt are two things we all battle. Here’s how to embrace your fears and create better offers.
I hope you find these resources to be useful, and that at least one of them helps you take a meaningful step forward during the course of the next week.
Thank you for your attention and have a great weekend!