Whether you have a website, blog, twitter, facebook etc, the key to success is having a load of visitors. No matter how interesting and how visually attractive your site is, if there are no readers and no followers, it is nothing. So how do you attract the hundreds and thousands of visitors to your site? How do you compete with the billions of other similar sites out there? How do you get the highest visitor rates ahead of everyone else? Neil Patel will teach us how, at our upcoming meetup on 6th September 2013. Tickets are already running out fast, so RSVP now!!!
Neil Patel is a Seattle based entrepreneur, angel investor, and analytics expert. He is best known for his work in digital marketing and as the cofounder of the analytics companies KISSmetrics and Crazy Egg. He also helps businesses to increase their traffic and revenue. Among other 20 major brands, he has worked with Microsoft, Amazon, and TechCrunch. Neil also runs a popular blog, QuickSprout.
In his own words:
My name is Neil Patel, I’m an average Joe, I love eating Taco Bell and for the last 11 years I’ve been an entrepreneur. I’ve done quite a few start-ups, some have done pretty well, a lot have failed, but, luckily for me, the ones which have failed made up for all my losses. Most of my start-ups are in marketing space. I really enjoy B2B type of start-ups, so I’ve done analyst company called Crazy Egg, my current one is KissMetrics and I also blog about marketing and business at QuickSprout.
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As an added bonus, Bethany Coates who heads Global Innovation Programs, the Stanford GSB department that offers Stanford Ignite, will also be present to talk about the awesome Stanford Ignite program offered by the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Come by if you’re interested in knowing more, want to sign up for the next batch of Stanford Igniters, or just want to interact with awesome Stanford entrepreneurs and founders from the Bay Area and more! 🙂
So what are you waiting for? Sign up now!!!