Dmitry Dragilev

Dmitry Dragilev

Dmitry grew a startup from zero to 40 million views per month, and got acquired by Google in 2014. He translated his know-how into JustReachOut.io, a software platform which is now used by 5,000+ small businesses to pitch journalists at publications, radio, and TV on their own without PR firms (and get featured in press every week). Dmitry is a contributor at Forbes, Entrepreneur, ReadWrite, TheNextWeb, Business.com, Wired, and many others. He also blogs on his own site at CriminallyProlific.com. Visit https://justreachout.io/about for more information.

thought-leadership

3 simple ways for better communication with your customers

What does it take to delight customers? The techniques and methods might vary, but the basics stay the same. And, everyone knows the drill: Listen and encourage customers to speak. Let them drive the conversation. Discover what makes them happy and what turns them off. Keep communication channels open, accessible, and pleasant to gain more […]

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innovation

5 ways to use text messaging to grow your business

What does it take to delight customers? The techniques and methods might vary, but the basics stay the same. And, everyone knows the drill: Listen and encourage customers to speak. Let them drive the conversation. Discover what makes them happy and what turns them off. Keep communication channels open, accessible, and pleasant to gain more […]

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innovation

4 ways to create DIY public relations for your small business

What does it take to delight customers? The techniques and methods might vary, but the basics stay the same. And, everyone knows the drill: Listen and encourage customers to speak. Let them drive the conversation. Discover what makes them happy and what turns them off. Keep communication channels open, accessible, and pleasant to gain more […]

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thought-leadership

Top 30 tools your small business needs to scale and grow in 2019

What does it take to delight customers? The techniques and methods might vary, but the basics stay the same. And, everyone knows the drill: Listen and encourage customers to speak. Let them drive the conversation. Discover what makes them happy and what turns them off. Keep communication channels open, accessible, and pleasant to gain more […]

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