How to Create a Six-Seven Figure Business – Advice from a Serial Entrepreneur with Timothy Dick

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How to Create a Six-Seven Figure Business - Advice from a Serial Entrepreneur with Timothy Dick
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Timothy Dick is a serial entrepreneur that runs multiple 7 figure businesses and has been featured on the Inc 5000 list for 3 different companies.  He is the founder of VOIPO which provides telephone and messaging services to consumers and businesses throughout North America and ProfitLayer which is a boutique consulting firm with a digital agency arm that is focused on managing large companies on all major ad platforms with a major focus on ROI, attribution, big data and finding the right combination of marketing channels to layer together to achieve the best results.

Tim has a vast background in SaaS and was one of the first executives at HostGator in its early days.   HostGator grew to host millions of websites with hundreds of employees before Tim transitioned focus on VOIPO.   He is also an active angel investor and consults for multiple investment firms on M&A, startups, and strategy.   He was born and raised in rural West Virginia and the son of a coal miner and was a first generation entrepreneur.   He is passionate about small business, resourcefulness, marketing, and personal development.

In this episode we discuss:

  • What sparked his interests in being an entrepreneur and how he made six figures in middle school  [4:06]
  • How Timothy started his web hosting business  [9:30]
  • Being Senior Vice President at HostGator [11:05]
  • Creating systems and processes for HostGator as it grew [13:24]
  • How the rapid growth of HostGator made way for Timothy to create a new company (VOIPO) [15:51]
  • Lessons that helped him build six and seven figure businesses  [20:31]
  • Being a serial entrepreneur and starting ProfitLayer – a hybrid digital marketing agency and business consulting firm  [24:15]
  • How to build the perfect digital marketing strategy for a business  [33:03]
  • Best ways to get in touch  [27:21]

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