Would you like to know how to make more than 8-figures per year, with nothing more than an email newsletter?
No information products, no coaching, no consulting…
All you have is an email newsletter sent out daily, without any products for sale, and you’re making over $10 million dollars per year as a result.
Sound too good to be true?
Well today I’d like to introduce you to someone who’s done exactly that…
His name is Sam Parr, and he’s the Founder of TheHustle.co…
TheHustle.co produces a free daily email newsletter for entrepreneurs, investors, and tech fans that includes breaking industry news, insider stories, and valuable case-studies.
But what sets them apart is their unabashed, tell-it-like-it-is, conversational writing style.
Call it attitude or flare, their unique style has helped them amass a rabid readership of more than 1 million subscribers, and has helped them become one of the fastest growing media companies in the world as a result.
So how did they gain such a cult following? How do they make their revenue, and how can you apply their business model for yourself?
You’ll learn all of that and more here in this fantastic interview with Sam, and you’ll also be one of the first to hear about their brand new venture they just launched a few weeks ago.
Please help me welcome, Sam Parr
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About the Instructor
We also host Hustle Con, our popular conference with thousands of attendees (hustlecon.com).
We're fast-growing, profitable without any venture capital, are always hiring great people, and are here to take over the world.
2 thoughts on “How TheHustle.co Gained 1 Million+ Subscribers, With Sam Parr”
This might be my favorite. I say that a lot! Mike you nailed it again….
Good info, both from Sam and Mike. Confirms and clarifies much of what I have been thinking for my current project.