In episode #2244, we get together with Leila Hormozi, Managing Partner and COO at Acquisition.com to unpack operating lessons she’s learned from building the $110M Acquisition.com machine. Tune in to hear a breakdown of how Acquisition.com helps its clients along with Leila’s top insights on marketing and sales, and why it’s so important to optimize before your scale!
TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
- [00:20] Today’s topic: Operating Lessons from Building The $110M Acquisition.com Machine.
- [00:25] Get to know today’s guest, Leila Hormozi, Managing Partner and COO of Acquisition.com.
- [00:35] Learn about Acquisition.com’s three-step mechanism.
- [00:58] An overview of what it’s like to partner with Acquisition.com.
- [01:11] The value of optimizing before you scale a company.
- [01:41] How Acquitision.com helps companies optimize.
- [02:35] Examples of what most companies need to optimize.
- [04:37] How customers that are reached through organic marketing differ from those reached through paid marketing.
- [09:26] That’s it for today! Don’t forget to rate, review, and subscribe to this podcast!
- [10:03] Visit https://live.levelingup.com for information on our Private Founders Events!
- [10:30] Go to https://www.marketingschool.io to learn more!
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