Justin B. Miller

President & Marketing Strategist

Justin B. Miller is a small business sales and marketing automation specialist. He is also an Infusionsoft certified partner and helps business owners get more customers and sales by implementing marketing systems in their companies.

An entrepreneur his entire life, Justin started his first “real” company as a mobile DJ in 1996 at the age of 14. This company is still in operation (though Justin sold it in 2017) and has since spun off several other companies and services.

Justin is the president of Profit 911 Business Consulting. He teaches other business owners what is currently working as well as what he has learned from tens of thousands of dollars in failed marketing experiments. Justin’s goal is to help others overcome their unique business challenges so that they can grow their business and enjoy more income and more free time.

He has appeared on dozens of TV and radio stations including affiliates of NBC, FOX, and CBS

He travels and speaks for groups both large and small around the county and internationally presenting both keynotes and workshops. He writes for multiple international publications.

In addition and most importantly, he is married to his wife Kat, has two sons (Logan and Mason) and one daughter (Adalyn).

Published Author

Justin is a firm believer in the power of the written word for getting your message across as well as building a business. He has heeded his own advice and continues to author and publish books in his areas of expertise. The subjects may seem quite diverse when you put them side by side but so is his experience.

The Hypnosis Handbook

(1st and 2nd editions) (2011 & 2015)

The Secret to Making Your Wedding Reception Fun, Memorable, and Stress-Free!

(1st and 2nd editions) (2012 & 2014)

Profit 911 for DJs

(ProDJ Publishing) (2016)

Profit 911: A Real-World Guide To Getting More Customers And Putting More Cash In Your Pocket While Working Less And Reducing Stress


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