An Replace On DigitalMarketer’s COVID-19 Response (and the way we’re pivoting again to “enterprise as standard”)

NOTE: This submit is an replace to a earlier submit on DigitalMarketer’s COVID-19 response. CLICK HERE to view the unique submit.

It has been an honor and privilege to assist the advertising and marketing group throughout this difficult time by permitting free entry to our flagship subscription, DigitalMarketer Lab, to all of the entrepreneurs and companies impacted by COVID-19.

I’m thrilled and humbled to announce that, as of this writing, over 30,000 entrepreneurs have taken us up on our supply and over 10,000 have already accomplished at the least one coaching.

The phrases “thanks” don’t come near expressing my gratitude and appreciation to everybody who has participated, everybody who’s spreading the phrase, and naturally, everybody on the DigitalMarketer workforce who has gone above and past their regular duties to make this occur.

With that mentioned, the time has come for us to start the pivot again to “enterprise as standard.”

Whereas I absolutely acknowledge that the menace has not handed, as a small enterprise with payments to pay and mouths to feed, we merely can not afford to remain in idle mode without end. We have to get again to work, and I’m betting you do, too.

So, at midnight on March 31st, we shall be closing the free account possibility for DigitalMarketer Lab, and subscription pricing will return to regular. However to ease this transition (and to nonetheless assist those that get in late), we’ve additionally determined to prolong the entry interval to the Lab platform to April 15th for everybody who has a free account.

In different phrases, anybody who joins DigitalMarketer Lab previous to midnight on March 31st will proceed to have entry to all our premium content material for a further 15 days past what we initially deliberate… nonetheless no bank card required.

I do know that issues are removed from regular, and I do know we nonetheless have a protracted street of restoration forward of us. However I’m starting to see the sunshine on the finish of the tunnel, and I hope you might be, too.

Be nicely. Keep protected. And let’s get to work. 🙂

In hope and gratitude,

Ryan Deiss

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