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Chris Dyer

Chris Dyer, the founder and CEO of PeopleG2, has over 20 years experience sharing his expertise about remote leadership and productive company culture. The author of the 2018 book The Power of Company Culture, Dyer has been featured in outlets such as BBC, NBC, and Forbes. When more and more companies began going remote in 2020, Chris Dyer decided to contribute by sharing his expertise with more people.

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Chris Dyer Story

Dyer wanted to help CEOs, leaders, and employers see remote work as a chance to thrive rather than a forced pivot. He decided to start teaching an online course to connect with people in the world. He partnered up with LookinLA to help get the idea off the ground. We started by completely revamping Dyer’s website, listing his credentials and adding a detailed description of the course. We also produced and edited video content both for the course itself and to be used in promotional and marketing materials.

Dyer had already put together a complete course based on his expertise in remote leadership and company culture. We helped him produce, market, and sell it, guiding Dyer’s vision from start to finish. This allowed Dyer to take his role as a public speaker and educator to the next level.

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Delfina Skin boasts an incredible product that inspires immediate customer advocacy. With hundreds of customer reviews celebrating their dry skin oil as a “miracle product,” the company has never had to doubt whether their product is competitive. The real challenge has been gaining a foothold in the skincare industry—a notoriously competitive and expensive market.their product, goals, and market. Understanding the competitive field of skincare, we devised a comprehensive, one-year strategy to elevate the Delfina Skin brand. To increase the conversion rate, we optimized their home and product pages and implemented a review management system.

During its product launch, Delfina Skin worked with a social media marketing agency. They saw very few gains from their marketing and decided to switch to LookinLA. Our team researched their product, goals, and market. Understanding the competitive field of skincare, we devised a comprehensive, one-year strategy to elevate the Delfina Skin brand. To increase the conversion rate, we optimized their home and product pages and implemented a review management system.

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 Delfina Skin boasts an incredible product that inspires immediate customer advocacy. With hundreds of customer reviews celebrating their dry skin oil as a “miracle product,” the company has never had to doubt whether their product is competitive. The real challenge has been 

Delfina Skin boasts an incredible product that inspires immediate customer advocacy. With hundreds of customer reviews celebrating their dry skin oil as a “miracle product,” the company has never had to doubt whether their product is competitive. The real challenge has been gaining a foothold in the skincare industry—a notoriously competitive and expensive market.