Paul AnderieCoach and honest Trainer for Local Businesses
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Multi-talented, well-travelled and well trained. Paul founded prandible in 2015 with the mission to "inspire local businesses for the digital world" and explains in video courses how shopkeepers can reach more customers.



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The simple answer: NOT AT ALL.

As Humberto mentioned "Growth Hacking" is just a concept of low budget and focused marketing approaches.

May I ask, in what professional service is your business located?

Depending on your industry, the first thing i would go for is social-media. In this area there are plenty of great possibilities to hack your business growth.

For example, if you are location based company, I would use the Instagram Hashtags or places to search nearby potential clients.

Or take a facebook group instead or for example a local meetup, which you can host or go to.

In my opinion, the most important thing is, that you bring first value. If you are just looking for a quick sale to get to the next leven, that wont work. Trust has to come first.

This is where social media is a great opportunity to build. I would like to learn more about your business and professional service. If you want we can set up a free call for you. Just follow this link:

https://clarity.fm/paulanderie/vip-friends

Thanks for reading and have a great weekend,

Paul


Depending on your target group I would recommend doing facebook lead ads with a zapier integration to your mailchimp list. That works quite well.

There is also an option on linkedin, where you can get directly leads within the channel.

Hope that helps you :)


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