- Metric / English measurements (not sure how that got in here)
- How to market a product when you hate marketing
- Building an online community
Joshua Gordon joins me again to answer your questions. Email them or call (919) 355-8275.
Scott: OK Justin, you know me really well. And, you’re also a customer! People who’ve seen my apps love them. When I can get them to leave a review in iTunes, they use phrases like “great”, “awesome”, “wonderful”, “elegantly designed,” “delightful”, “really useful”, etc. My brick wall is this: I cannot get the word out. And my reason is this: I dread (and perhaps even despise) the process of getting the word out. If I had the proverbial $5 million in the bank and could do what I wanted to do all day, I would be creating the apps and throwing them OVER the brick wall to somebody else to go and market them for me. I have ZERO interest in the marketing research and selling aspects of the business, and try as I might, I can’t get myself truly interested or motivated to do so. I know the mantra that you must be able to sell, and I can give mental assent to it, but I just can’t make it happen. I get drained just thinking about it.
Erik: For the past 15 years, I have been coaching on-air radio talent to improve their content. I am now launching a business to coach podcast talent with their content and material. There are so many moving parts to creating an online community, I’m not really sure which to tackle first.
Michael: If you have time, I would like to know who I might go about SAFELY allow others to guest blog at my site. I think it is a good idea, but don’t know what precautions I would need to take to allow them access.
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