Secrets for How to Grow an Audience w/ Jason Shane | Modern Manual Therapy Blog

Secrets for How to Grow an Audience w/ Jason Shane

You want to grow your audience, right? But how? Its one of the most popular questions we get asked by up and coming bloggers, business owners getting into marketing and social media personalities. Its a natural question to ask since between us(Erson and Gene) we have grown an audience of thousands. Spoiler alert….its not easy and takes a lot of time. Even though it may be tough its (obviously) not impossible.
Case in point, our guest on this episode of Therapy Insiders podcast is Jason Shane, a physiotherapist who has perfected the skill of growing an audience. Jason has developed strategies for selling out continuing education courses as well as killing it on Facebook. Want to learn some of Jason’s strategies? Well you are in luck because he shared a bunch of them. Hit play and enjoy…
PS… He also shared a few personal stories involving Erson, Sushi and border patrol. You don’t want to miss it! Click here to listen!

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