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Ep 159: Cutting Through the Marketing BS: Hemant Varshney's Data-Driven Strategies

May 27, 20241 min read

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Looking for no-nonsense marketing strategies that actually work? Join us in this episode of the Liquid Lunch Project as we sit down with Hemant Varshney, the founder of Digicom, the "no bullshit" growth agency.

 

Here's a sneak peek of what's on tap:

  • Hemant breaks down the bullsh*t in marketing today and shares why data-driven strategies are the way forward.

  • Learn the first steps small businesses can take to boost their online presence without breaking the bank.

  • Discover how digital advertising helped a local podiatrist scale their patient volume from 50 to over 200 per week.

  • Hemant's journey from building websites for his dad's business to working with high-growth companies like Babel and HelloFresh.

  • Uncover the impact of COVID-19 on marketing strategies and why understanding your breakeven margin is crucial.

  • Plus, find out why Google is Hemant's top pick for advertising platforms and the real deal behind Meta ads.

 

So, if you're tired of fluffy marketing promises and ready for actionable insights that drive real results, tune in now!



Favorite Quote:

 “A lot of businesses are built on reviews. People do business with people.”



Connect with Hermant:

https://www.facebook.com/DigiCom.io/

https://www.instagram.com/digicom.io/
https://www.linkedin.com/company/digicom-digital-commerce-corporation/
https://www.instagram.com/hemvarsh/?hl=en
 
https://www.linkedin.com/in/hvarshney/

 

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