How To Gather Millions Of People To Buy Your Things - With Arthur Tubman


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Arthur Tubman is an expert in digital marketing and more specifically, community building.. He specializes in building communities on facebook. He currently has an authority website averaging over 1 million visitors per day - all visits from the 10+ million person audiences he’s built for a few businesses on facebook.

Arthur started as an entrepreneur at the ripe age of 19, while in the grip of a terrible addiction to drugs. In 2009 he launched a Tech Startup called Free Blog Factory, which was part of a web based reality show featured on front page of Orange County Register. He worked with celebrity talent like Hulk Hogan and Alfonso Robiero and big companies to create more conversions in their businesses.. And now he is currently the founder of D4Y Brand Builder, Inc.

I’ve asked Arthur to join us today because building communities and integrating your business with communities around you is one of the critical skills we all need to know.

Enjoy!

 

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