Bootstrapping audience growth

Philip Morgan

Quick reminder that this Wednesday, I'm hosting a webinar on how to bootstrap audience growth.**Why might you want to do this?**Because you have a product or big idea you want to promote.**How could you do this?**You could do it the hard way (all by yourself, or with paid traffic, or with slow steady organic growth). Or... you could borrow somebody else's audience.My friend and colleague Liston Witherill is going to fill in the details on how you borrow somebody else's audience at my next Dev Shop Marketing Briefing on **Wednesday, January 31 at 11am Pacific time.**If you'd like to see him teach you all about this and grill him with questions about it, register and attend the live meeting: Dev Shop Marketing Briefing is free. Anybody can attend; send the registration link to a friend or colleague who needs this info if you like. We won't be pitching anything during this meeting. Just straight up, very useful info. These DSMBs are not like a typical webinar where presenters are on a digital stage and attendees are behind a veil of anonymity. Instead we're all in the same digital meeting room and can talk and discuss freely during the Q&A session (the last ~60 minutes). After you register, I won't remind you a bunch of times to attend. You'll register, you'll add the event to your calendar, and you'll attend or not. And if you attend, hopefully you'll drill Liston with lots of tough questions. Easy softball questions would be fine too, but Liston is hoping for some tough ones. :) I'll publish the recording later, so don't stress out if you want this info but can't make the call. The recording will show up unannounced at /dev-shop-marketing-briefings/ within a week or so of the call. If you need this info but can't make the call, sending questions to me by email ahead of time is fine too.If you want to attend, you need to register here: help improving your positioning or marketing? I offer a small group program to help you do exactly that: http://positioningacceleratorprogram.comI work with people 1-on-1. If you're interested in learning more, follow this link:/11-retainer/Know a self-employed software developer who might benefit from specialization? Send 'em this free gift! Details here --> /referrals/