Knowledge Commerce Case Studies Can Be Very Interesting. Here Are Three Of Our Own Clients’ Problems And How We Showed Them Solutions.
Every case study we, at Solohacks Academy, have handled in our work, has begun with the usual hurdles to cross … the Knowledge Commerce marketers concerned have had to find their niches of unique expertise, build an audience, decide on the best products to sell, and strategize on the best ways to sell more.
But aside from these usual milestones to go past, there were also some knots and tangles that some of them struggled with, peculiar to the roadmaps they were on. That’s when they have most appreciated our interventions and solutions.
Because all our clients are in ongoing stages of their Knowledge Commerce businesses, trying hard to make market-beating decisions, we have decided not to expose them to plagiarism of their work or strategies. We have therefore presented salient features of their stories, but suppressed their true identities.
All these clients are solopreneurs, and we find their case studies interesting, intriguing and inspiring. For variety, we’ve picked one case study each from these three categories: a marketer of ebooks, a marketer of courses, and a marketer of membership sites.