Who Is Jorge Diaz?
Jorge Diaz is a Community and Learning System Evangelist / Podcast Host / Community and Learning Site Builder / Keap Marketing Automation Specialist...and So Much More
- A lot of people ask, "What do I call him?" Pronounce it "George." Spell it "Jorge Diaz." It's spelled like it should be pronounced "Whore Hey," but he's from Miami and the rules are different here. Back in the day, Jorge's were declared "George's" by the locals and it stuck. He takes no offense if you pronounce it like it's spelled.
- How would you describe him? Practically Enlightened and committed to building communities and celebrating relationships. See www.CelebratingRelationships.com. That usually includes wine. More on that at www.CasualWiners.com.
- What does he stand for? Jorge is looking to transform small business and lives everywhere by tapping into the power of community. It's often overlooked or taken for granted and it can lead to so much abundance in business, every day life and relationships. Check out his "Let's Talk Community with Jorge Diaz" podcast and join the movement.
- Quote: Marketing and lead generation isn’t magic. It is hard work with a good guide following a proven road map.
Jorge Diaz is a community builder, relationship celebrator, online marketing evangelist, podcast host, author, coach, consultant, and adviser. He is founder of digital agency Larry Jacob Internet Marketing and community building movement Celebrating Relationships dedicated to unshackling the faulty thinking that's holding owner-led businesses from succeeding.
Having spent 20+ years in corporate software development and 8 years building small business online marketing systems tapping the benefits of marketing automation solutions, Jorge has worked with hundreds of owner led businesses to increase revenue, systematize lead generation and fuel business growth.
Jorge took his digital agency from $0 to $25,000 in monthly revenue in 5 years. He teaches the marketing strategies and tactics that have worked for him and his customers to entrepreneurs wanting to put them to work in their businesses.