Run Your Business...
Like A Boss!

Join the Mirasee Business Ignition Bootcamp--It's FREE!

Design Your Audience Business

Design Your
Audience Business

Get your step-by-step guide to building a profitable and sustainable audience business – from finding buyers before you create your product, to becoming a Niche Superhero, to when you should launch your blog.

Increase Your Traffic & Exposure

Increase Your
Exposure & Traffic

“If you build it, they will come” doesn’t apply to blogs and websites. But unless you get eyeballs to your website, you can’t sell your products or services. This report gives you the secrets to getting the right type of traffic to your site, plus what to do with all that traffic.

make More Income & Impact

Make More
Income & Impact

When you’re desperate to make more money, the options can be overwhelming. Rather than focusing on quick income tactics, learn the two critical components of every sale – and which one you need to focus on first. Then learn some simple tricks to drive more sales consistently.

Our Values

We believe that business is about more than just transactions. It can be more caring, more contributive, and more collaborative – and that’s how it becomes more profitable.

So at the heart of Mirasee, you’ll find 6 core values:

  • Empowerment through Learning and Growth
  • Enthusiasm and Positivity
  • Innovation and Adaptability
  • Support, Appreciation, and Humility
  • Openness and Transparency
  • Partnership and Ownership

Visionaries Talk About Mirasee

Mary Jaksch

“I love the fact that Danny remains unfailingly helpful and generous despite his meteoric success.”

Mary Jaksch Editor-in-Chief of Write to Done and Founder of the Goodlife ZEN
Guy Kawasaki

“Danny and his team bring a high level of insight, knowledge, and integrity to the online business world."

Guy Kawasaki Chief evangelist of Canva and author of The Art of the Start 2.0
Andre Chaperon

“Danny Iny is a superhero, plain and simple. It's why I endorse his products to my people, without hesitation.”

Andre Chaperon Entrepreneur and Co-author of Storytelling for Marketers
Ryan Levesque

“When it comes to building your audience and designing online courses, Danny Iny is one of few experts I trust and personally follow – and someone I recommend all my customers follow as well.”

Ryan Levesque Best-Selling Author of Ask and The Funnel Specialist
Chris Brogan

“Danny Iny and his organization are an utterly thorough and high-quality team of people delivering excellent products. I love sending people to Danny and team because I know they’re in good hands and will come out the other end super smart and ready to tackle the world.”

Chris Brogan CEO - Owner Media Group
Josh Turner

“Danny Iny is one of the smartest minds in the online marketing space, and I'm fortunate to count him as a mentor and friend.”

Josh Turner Author of Booked and Founder of LinkedIn University
Brian Kurtz

“I’ve been consistently impressed with Danny; not just how smart he is, but also how giving he is with his expertise and generous spirit.”

Brian Kurtz Founder of Titans Marketing LLC
Michael Port

“Danny and his team are a model of professionalism and quality. Anyone who's serious about online marketing should be following what they're doing.”

Michael Port NY Times best selling author of Steal the Show
Clay Collins

“Danny and his team have built something truly special in the online business world: a place that people can go to learn, grow, and work in partnership with a company that cares as much about their success as they do.”

Clay Collins Co-Founder and CEO of LeadPages
how to tell your brand story 1

How to Tell Your Brand Story: Lessons from Swashbuckling Pirates

Running a business is a bold adventure. It’s like setting sail on the high seas. Like a ship, businesses have a lot of moving parts, need skilled labor to run well, and are always on the lookout for other pirates competitors. All Captains (founders, managers, etc.) desire to keep a tight ship, outrun or properly engage their foes, and keep their destination clearly ahead on the horizon. With a good set of core values and …

The Content Marketing Ecosystem [INFOGRAPHIC]

Who does content marketing? Nowadays, depending on how big your team is, content marketing can be a DIY task, outsourced to freelancers, passed on to an agency on retainer—or a little of each! All of those players are part of the content marketing ecosystem. The infographic below shows the results of surveys among those who carry out content marketing: agencies, employees, and freelancers. It reveals: the most popular types of content that agencies create for their …

valid user reviews a1

Valid User Reviews: Marketing Your Business with User-Created Content

Online user reviews, though consumers rely heavily on them in their buying decisions, are not nearly as valid as they seem. That’s according to a new study completed by Bart de Langhe and his team of researchers at the University of Colorado, Boulder. In addition to outright fakery, a lack of objectivity further skews consumer reviews. Consumers simply react to a single experience, rather than making a scientific comparison. In addition, there tends to be …

best way to get survey responses a

The Best Way to Get Survey Responses: Lessons from Marketing

So you’ve got a survey. But what’s the best way to get survey responses? Clicking the “send” button from your email provider isn’t enough. Tweeting about it isn’t enough. Even begging every relative, friend, and acquaintance isn’t enough. Getting survey respondents requires the same amount of effort as other marketing campaigns. This post will show you how to master the techniques that empower surveys to become more likable. Make sure to read all the guidelines, …

how to make your business stand out a1

How to Make Your Business Stand Out in the Sea of Sameness

Standing out online is a challenge. Competition is fierce. Thousands of others already cover the topics you want to cover. That said, it IS possible to cut through the noise and get noticed… but NOT while doing the same things everyone else is doing. You have to do something different. Something that demands attention. That’s when people take notice. Here are 6 ways to differentiate your brand, cut through the noise, and stand out in …

[gravityform id="84" title="false" description="false" ajax="true"]
[gravityform id="80" title="false" description="false" ajax="true"]
[gravityform id="82" title="false" description="false" ajax="true"]
[gravityform id="81" title="false" description="false" ajax="true"]
[gravityform id="78" title="false" description="false" ajax="true"]
[gravityform id="24" title="false" description="false" ajax="true"]
[gravityform id="72" title="false" description="false" ajax="true"]
[gravityform id="71" title="false" description="false" ajax="true"]
[gravityform id="66" title="false" description="false" ajax="true"]