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We've been getting a lot of requests for how to create products, and today we're going to talk a little about the first step: sales, marketing and the research that comes before you create a product. In today’s BlogcastFM Coffee Break Teleclass, we discuss How To Love Your Customers, So They Love Your Product. Some highlights from the conversation include:
  • Why It's so Important That Bloggers Listen to What Their Readers (And Future Customers) Have To Say
  • Case Studies Of Why Listening to Your Readers Pays Off When You Create Your Products
  • How Quickly You Can Create Your First Product
  • Specific Tips You Can Use *Today* To Start Listening To Your Customers - And Learn What They Want
Jonathan Wondrusch and LaVonne Ellis are the folks behind the Customer Love Machine.  It's open now and available until January 30, 2011 If you sign up, we do get an affiliate commission that goes to support our work here at BlogcastFM.  If you do buy through our affiliate link, we'll also throw in a free quarterly marketing planning consulting  session with Srini, as our way of saying thanks.  You'll be helping support BlogcastFM, and also come away with actionable strategies to grow your blog for the next three months as you complete the Customer Love Machine. Just forward your purchase receipt to sid@blogcastfm.com and we'll get it set up.

Originally aired over 6 years ago.

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