Charlie Hutton a bestselling author and online marketing expert recently aired the second episode of his online TV show ‘The Lead Gen Low Down.’
In this episode Charlie tells the story of how, US blogger Gregory Patrick was questioned by police for knitting in Starbucks. More importantly he explains the lesson that can be learnt by small business owners about how to make your online content go viral – just like Gregory did.
He says “A great story written in a boring manner isn’t as likely to as much traction as a mundane story written with an exciting edge to it…”
“If you’ve not heard Gregory Patrick’s story before, then you’re in for a treat. It’s a grade-A lesson on how to take a simple unexciting story like knitting in Starbucks and make it go viral. Imagine the power this could have if applied by small business owners and entrepreneurs.” remarked Charlie.
Quoted as being a “direct aficionado on steroids” by one customer, Charlie specializes in helping business owners to get more customers with an array of online lead generation tools and strategies. He helps clients to dramatically increase leads, prospects and sales while minimising marketing expenses
Watch the next episode of the Lead Gen Low Down: http://youtu.be/6jdb_X9eUIA
About Charlie Hutton:
As an author, consultant and entrepreneur and Charlie has written extensively about the subjects of direct marketing online and business-building. In his books, workshops and seminars he teaches business owners how to dramatically increase leads, prospects and sales while minimising marketing expenses.
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