What if your startup had access to robots, really smart robots, that were intelligently programmed to do one thing perfectly—grow the user base of your startup.
While you take lunch breaks to recharge they would cheerfully stay back at the office and increase your bottom line since their sustenance comes from growth.
While you slept they would just guzzle coffee and keep finding new users for your startup since they never get tired.
While you take the weekends off to play they would work non-stop because they want to annihilate the competition.
Unstoppable. Intelligent. Well-behaved. Low-maintenance. Good-looking. Robots.
Robots are the future, and they will always win. But is this realistic?
You might think that this scenario sounds impossible. Well, most people do and that’s why they’ll never have robots of their own. People assume that business has to be done tomorrow the way it was done yesterday, which is insane.
Yes, robots are real, and the smartest startups are building them as fast as they can. That’s right, you have to build them yourself. You can’t pick one up at Best Buy. You can’t order one from Amazon, even if you’re a Prime member. Robots are built one at a time.
Even though they require work to assemble, they are worth the effort because once completed they will transform everything. They will become your marketing department. They will replace your sales team. They are the growth hackers you’ve been lusting after, only better (and cheaper).
Here’s the best part; many robots can be built using free parts, and the ones that cost money will always have a positive return on investment.
So, do you want to learn how to build robots? Ya, that’s what I thought.
It’s your lucky day because this book is going to tell you everything you need to know to start assembling the most dangerous business weapons that have ever been conceived.
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