Growth Hacking Your Business
Jess Tiffany pt 1
Jess Tiffany is the CEO of Jess Tiffany Consulting and the Marketing and Networking University, which is an online business education platform and is a speaker, strategist and marketing consultant from the Minneapolis, MN area. He is also the author of the best selling book, “Growth Hacking: How to Strategically Grow Your Business Connections from Zero to $10K in 365 Days.” He coaches businesses in more than 100 different strategies to cause massive growth in company sales and profits. He also has an online version called “52 Week Industry Domination Training. His website is www.jesstiffany.com
Help me welcome to the program, Jess Tiffany. Jess, it is a pleasure to talk with you today! Thank you for coming on the program.
Other than that brief bio I just gave, tell us in your own words, “Who is Jess Tiffany?”
From what I’ve read, you have always been good at sales and things like that. Is it true you sold Avon as a kid?
Let’s talk about using social media for a minute. Social media is supposed to be “where it’s at” today. But yet, social media, although designed to keep us connected and in touch with thousands of people, it is actually isolating people – and businesses – at the same time. Correct?
Let’s talk about your book, “Growth Hacking: How to Strategically Grow Your Business Connections from Zero to $10K in 365 Days.” Tell us about your book and why you felt the need to write it?
How did you get started in your business that you are doing now? Tell us about your business.
Did that cause you to write the book?
What can the average person, maybe someone who is just starting out in this online marketing world, get out of your book?
In your book, you talk about making your LinkedIn profile POPP.
Polished, Opportunities, Problems that you solve,
Can someone truly use social media to grow their business? For example, I know you do a lot with LinkedIn. Can you tell us about bit more about that?
Can churches and ministries use these techniques to grow as well?
Live chat, is that like a glorified text service?