Do you lose sleep over your clients success? Their success should be your primary goal, as the true indicator of how your business is doing, is actually the success that you have created for others.
Well, maybe you don’t need to lose sleep, but you should be continually refining and seeking your best effort for the people paying you.
Justin Christianson has learned that he has to put his clients first and that actually leads to massive growth in his own brand
His company Conversion Fanatics has created an additional $200 Million Revenue for their clients; They’re growing fast. Why is his company seeing such a high level of growth? He puts client results first; you should too.
Justin is the co-founder and President of Conversion Fanatics which is a full service conversion rate optimization and traffic generation company.
As a former rodeo bull rider, Justin has always had a knack for accomplishing the impossible and he is now solving one of the biggest problems facing marketing: conversion rate.
He found early on in his career that split testing is the key component to helping clients connect with their audience, in turn, that has helped over 200 of his clients generate over $100 Million in additional revenue.
He is also the #1 bestselling author of Conversion Fanatic: How to double your customers, sales and profits with A/B testing and he is a contributor to Forbes.
“Diligence and consistency; I guess it’s probably the biggest thing. I mean, like I said a little bit ago. We really just try every single day to improve some aspect of the business whether it’s communication channels with clients, what is communication internally, which is the Big Fix that we just changed out here in the last few weeks. I just everyday, every meeting and everything. We try to be as efficient as possible. It really what it comes down to delivering the best product that we can to our clients.”
Justin Christianson sits down with me, Jeremy Ryan Slate, on the latest episode of the Create Your Own Life Show, to speak about growth and putting customers first.