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“Research is formalized curiosity. It is poking and prying with a purpose.”
Zora Neale Hurston gave us this great quote that applies 100% of the time to online marketing.
We can barely keep up with the speed of change, but if you don't you will quickly be left behind.
What's the solution? Constant learning.
We must always be researching and looking for the next solution, the next strategy, and the next tactic to keep our business moving forward.
As Zora shares, we must poke and pry and never stop testing to find out what works and what is a waste of our time.
Those who do will find that their curiosity pays off in a big way.
So poke and pry a little. Be curious.
If you want, you can call it research.
Ridgely Goldsborough, co-founder of JV Hacking, believes in making sense of things for others and living a life of service. To learn more about JV Hacking, and get a free copy of the JV Hacking book, visit https://JVHacking.com
Ridgely Goldsborough started his first business at age 16 - and has since founded 43 companies and written 16 business books. His prolific profile has earned him millions of dollars and a vast network of JV partners - which he taps into often to execute some of the digital marketing industry's biggest JV launches. And while he often speaks at high-end masterminds and events around the world, JV Hacking marks the first time he's sharing his proven JV strategies in public.
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