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Selling EE with Brad Parscale & Marcus Neto

Mar 13, 2012

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EE Podcast

A new episode of the EE Podcast is available for your listening pleasure! And this one is already in my Top 10!

For episode 64, we talk about selling ExpressionEngine with EllisLab's Marcus Neto and Brad Parscale of Parscale Media and DevDemon.

Episode #64

In one of my favorite episodes so far, Marcus and Brad return to the podcast for Selling EE. But more than just ExpressionEngine, the guys shared so much information about selling web services, in general.

Lea and I talk with Brad about the over 400 EE web sites his agency has delivered, as well as how he's managed sales as his agency has evolved with bigger clients. Brad offered a wealth of specific tips and recommendations that were immediately relevant to me as a full-time freelancer.

We then talked with Marcus about his new role evangelizing EE for EllisLab. Marcus describes the demos and outreach he's doing to spread the word about EE, which invariably helps those of us who sell ExpressionEngine to our clients. Before his time with EllisLab, Marcus also ran his own agency and he shared some of his own experiences selling EE from that perspective.

Such incredibly useful information in this one! Don't miss it!

Stay Tuned!

For our next episode, Lea and I will be sharing tips and tricks for efficient ExpressionEngine development.

Check out our schedule for even more great topics we've lined up, and be sure you don't miss an episode:

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