The 7 Marketing Strategies That Created Authentic Education

When we first started Authentic Education in 2009, I was both excited and nervous. Nervous because I kept thinking "how are we going to attract clients?". When I asked Ben this questions, his answer was "Yes".

It was that day I realized that I was going to be handling all of the marketing in the company!!!

Since then, we've spent over $500,000 on marketing and tested over 60 different marketing strategies. Many of them have been frustrating and a waste of time and money.

In order to cut years off your learning curve, I'd like to share the best 7 that we consistently use to this very day... and that our clients use also.

These also apply to small businesses just starting out and even large corporations like Commonwealth Bank or Bupa.

If you're a coach and would like to learn a complete marketing system for creating a steady stream of coaching clients, I highly recommend you check out the upcoming FREE online webinar, "How To Attract Coaching Clients Consistently".

I'll show you how the top 1% of coaches get clients. Learn more or book for free here.

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Cham is the CEO and Head of Marketing at Authentic Education since co-founding it in 2009. He is passionate about productivity, empowering people, marketing and is creator of Digital Marketing Made Easy.

He has worked for Anthony Robbins, Chris Howard and Dr John Demartini from "The Secret" and has featured in BRW magazine, and newspapers such as Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.