It’s June 2012 and Joey Xoto has just been fired from his accounting job.
To make matters worse, he’s about to get married. He needs to make some cash… and fast.
So he turns to the internet.
He offers to make videos for an internet marketing coach in exchange for advice and then an information product in the video marketing space.
Three more information and two more software products later, Joey teams up with Jamie Garside and David Chamberlain to build Viddyoze.
Fast forward to May 2020, and the Viddyoze team grossed just shy of $3m in revenue whilst investing a total of $80k in paid spend.
This post explains…