Interview with the founder of ConveYour.com, Isaac Tolpin.
In this interview with we talk to a tech and human behavior expert who is a successful entrepreneur and founder of ConveYour.com, the #1 Micro-Learning platform for influencers and companies.
The focus of this discussion is engagement. The magic word for any business.
As a futurist at heart Isaac is on a mission, enabling brands to authentically connect and inform at scale with over 105 million in combined revenues from the companies he’s helped build.
His success comes from understanding the relationships between human behavior, business and technology. This expertise has helped celebrity influencers and companies to transform their knowledge into humanized digital training.
His recent background includes, cultivating a vineyard, keynote speaker, digital marketer, and EdTech disrupter through the pioneering Mirco-Training technology, ConveYour.com, the platform that’s improving the way influencers and organizations connect and train their people.
He brings a visionary mindset to his family by creating a legacy raising and educating their 7 children with his wife Angie Tolpin of Courageousmom.com.
He refuses to waste his life achieving the world’s definition of success that leaves so many empty but instead does what matters through the projects he’s involved with, those he serves, and the family he leads.
Questions and Topics Discussed
- What types of developments and approaches have dramatically increased engagement?
- Should you use text messaging to engage your audience?
- What frequency should you be contacting your audience depending on the medium?
- How do you avoid overwhelming your audience?
- What steps should be taken to create more efficiency so you don’t lose new customers?
- What do you need to know about the human learning experience to motivate users?
- What are micro-courses and why do they work so well?
- What are some of the key insights learned about the challenges people have when creating a course?
- What successes should we all be aware of when considering course development?
- What steps should you take to market your new products and courses?