About Brice Woodard

And tHREE REASONS YOU SHOULD NOT BE HERE.

Hi, I’m Brice Woodard.

You made it to the “About Me” page where I’m supposed to talk about how “Brice Woodard is great” and “Brice Woodard is this and that”.

Well “Brice Woodard” tried that approach but it sounded completely phony and frankly, a little too self-centered.

Because really, you’re here to see what I can do for YOU.

So instead, I’ll write this letter like I’m writing to a friend because that’s more of what this is.

Anyway, what did you want to know?

I’m 34 years old. I live in Omaha with my wife, Mandy.

We have two kids, two cats, two dogs, and more plants than should be allowed.

But that’s probably not what you want to know.

You’re probably wondering…

Is this guy even worth my time?

Honestly?

Probably not.

Here's why:


1. If you have a crappy product or service, don’t really care about your customers, and have other bad business practices, I’m definitely not your guy.

Sure, I could probably help you sell a boatload of your product or service, but those types of businesses just aren’t worth the time.


2. If you’re looking for a quick and easy fix, I’m not helping you.

In comparison to the work you put in for the potential rewards, it’s a real steal. With that being said, my methods require a lot of hard work. If you’re looking for overnight success, I won’t promise you that.

3. If you don’t like advertising, you’ll hate my methods.

I get the appeal of free traffic.

I mean…

IT’S FREE.

But it’s also extremely unreliable and you can’t scale a business from it.

If you’re not confident enough in your business to put money into telling the world about it, you need to work on getting your product or service there first.

Then, and only then, can I help scale and expand your business.

Still here? Awesome.

Here’s What You Can Expect From Me

Real, tactical and strategic information that you can implement immediately and profit from, for free...which is usually followed by:


Blatant sales pitches.

Did I really just tell you I was going to blatantly sell you things?

Well, why wouldn’t I?

I mean, I am a marketer and I teach profitable marketing strategies to business owners.

That’s what I do!

However, you’ll always get real, actionable information for free first.

The idea is that you’ll find so much value in the free stuff, that you’ll consider the paid stuff.

Fair enough?

Call it “Try Before You Buy” or even “Provide Value First”.

Either way, it works.

But I’m sure the question remains…

How Do I Know If Your Stuff Is Any Good?


It’s simple...check out my free stuff first!

I put out tons of content through email and videos.

Consume the content.

Put it into action.

See how it works for you.

Because if you like my free stuff, you’ll probably like my paid stuff.

And if you don’t, well...you won’t.

Now, I suppose this is the part where I’m supposed to tell you how I struggled in the beginning until I found this big breakthrough.

Well, I started my marketing career in 2009.

I was actually a personal trainer at the time trying to break into the online training space.

Turns out I wasn’t a very good trainer in person so online wasn’t any better.

But I was really good at selling myself online.

So I decided to dive deeper into this internet marketing thing.

I read every book I could get my hands on and was fortunate enough to discover Dan Kennedy early on in my career (a game changer for sure!)

I started with a few small clients.

Some were very educational, others were very demeaning.

I sold dental services, drone video services, underwear, cubicle curtains, probiotics, and even good ole lube (for the naughty times).

Over the next 8 years, I continued to bust my ass and worked with hundreds of clients over dozens of industries.

I found myself drawn to Ecommerce because I could take my expertise gained from multiple industries and apply them to Ecommerce.

It’s funny -- I found that the biggest breakthroughs usually came from outside an industry.

Anyway, I signed on as a consultant with an Ecommerce store and started to use some of these “outside” strategies and took them from 5 to 7 figures in just six months.

And that’s how I got my start as “Brice Woodard - The Consultant”.

Fast forward to today and I’ve helped dozens of companies break that next barrier and build reliable, scalable systems.

Here’s What I Can Help With

My main focus is setting up a reliable, scalable system that helps you gain a steady stream of new customers while maximizing the LTV of your existing customers.

I’m the creator of something called Behavioral Growth Engine, which is a fancy way of saying “Growing your bottom line by capitalizing on several points throughout a customer’s sales cycle”.

In my opinion, it’s the hidden secret of marketing.

See, there are three ways to make more money as a business.

1. Get more customers
2. Get those customers to spend more each time they buy from you
3. Get those customers to buy more frequently

The Behavioral Growth Engine does all three of those.

I like to do this with a targeted combination of ads, email, and video content.


So Here’s My First Pitch To You


Go to my blog and read some of the articles on my site.

If you like some of them, sign up for some of the free training.

If they help you, consider buying my stuff when I make you an offer.

Simple enough?

Thanks for reading and let’s get some sales!

Brice Woodard

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