Podcast Episode 27: How to Launch a Business in 7 Days
4 votes, 4.00 avg. tacos (79% full)

Our guest today is a successful entrepreneur, a best-selling author, and one of the most interesting bloggers in the IM niche.

Needless to say, we’re pretty pumped about this episode!

In his book the “the 7-day startup”, Dan Norris gives us a step-by-step guide on how to launch a business in exactly 7 days while spending as little cash as possible.

The 7-day startup is actually based on Dan’s own experience: the business Dan launched following this method is called Wpcurve, a highly profitable and fast-growing WordPress support company.

In this episode, we go over the 7 steps that Dan describes in his book, and on how anyone can apply them to their business idea.

Have a listen, and then take action. ;)

PS: The episode was recorded just before the Christmas holidays, which is why you’ll hear Greg and Dan discuss their vacations to come.

Referenced in the Podcast

Dan’s 7 Day Startup Book (Aff link – Non Aff)

Inform.ly (Now defunct)

Baremetrics.io

WPcurve

7 day startup resources

http://helloify.com/

http://helloify.com/presskit

Bluewiremedia

Stripe

Paypal

If you want to get in touch with Dan, his email is [email protected]!

 

Podcast Episode 27: How to Launch a Business in 7 Days
4 votes, 4.00 avg. tacos (79% full)
  1. Thanks for inspiring podcast Greg and Dan!

    When I was in Valle de Bravo for retreat, we looked how to setup business with all variables. And we took WPCurve as example.
    Advice for people who have an idea already: do a proper business plan and layout all expenses, % new customers every month, how many % of customers will quit every month and so on.

    Dan, your book on my list to read now! Is there audio book version available somewhere?

    Thanks,
    Yaro

  2. Hi Guys what happened to the podcast? Did you decide to stop it? It would be really a pity! Your podcast is the best online marketing podcast out there!

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