An Awesome Way To Not Just Learn, But Do
An Awesome Way To Not Just Learn, But Do
An Awesome Way To Not Just Learn, But Do

John Jantsch is flat brilliant. This time, he’s developed a webinar series that solves a major problem we all have with learning new ideas in the marketing world. He’s developed a webinar series that forces you to commit to act on what you’ve learned. It’s even called Commit2Act.

I’m speaking in the webinar series (so it’s virtual) along with Ann Handley, Chris Brogan, Brian Clark, David Meerman Scott, Guy Kawasaki, Amy Porterfield, Lee Odden and Jeff Walker. We’re charged with giving you five actionable ideas each month that you then commit to trying, testing and reporting back on.

Commit2Act Webinar SeriesThe series would be free, but John wants to make sure you’re committed to do it, so it’s going to cost you $5 to join. Five whole dollars! But that holds you accountable for showing up and doing the work, right? It commits you. Told you John was brilliant.

You can still join, though the first two webinars are completed. Don’t fret! There are recordings.

You’re going to get great ideas that you can implement in your marketing almost right away. Then you try them and report back. Rest assured, you’re going to walk away having done something to improve your marketing.

My talk is Tuesday (again, it’ll be archived) and I’m sharing five things you can do to get more out of your social media marketing. They’re not meant to be deep changes or ideas, but little things that can make you more productive and profitable. It’ll be a lot of fun talking shop with John. You should certainly join us!

Go ahead. Make the Commitment! Commit2Act.

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About the Author

Jason Falls
Jason Falls is the founder of Social Media Explorer and one of the most notable and outspoken voices in the social media marketing industry. He is a noted marketing keynote speaker, author of two books and unapologetic bourbon aficionado. He can also be found at


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