If you Google'd your name right now, what comes up? Dozens of other people who share your name? A photographer in NYC slanging his services? A rancher in Omaha promoting single-sourced sirloin steaks? Weird…Where do you fall? Learn 3 low cost hacks to make sure your brand is top of mind for when someone Google's you.
Think podcasts aren't big? Better do a double take. The average consumer listens to 5 podcasts per week while the podcast audience has swelled to nearly 1/6th of the US population.
When you think about growth marketing, what comes to mind? Do you think of a divisive marketer tinkering at a click-bait native ad that'll mislead you to a "buy now" page? Well think again.
Lore: a story or fact passed between generations yet rarely questioned of its truth anymore. What lores do you believe? Whether you're just starting your a company or a serial founder, you'll find value in these 5 deceptively simple "startup lores" most fall for.
The next time a marketer pushes the concept of using saturated marketing channels like social and search ads, pause and consider these average CTRs (click through rates).
"Marketing is a tax you pay for not building a phenomenal product." I'm not going to tell you what you want to hear, but rather what you should hear: marketing accelerates growth, it doesn't cause it.
"How dare you settle for less when the world has made it so easy to be remarkable?" All founders need to learn to be marketers. No need to hire one at your lean startup with these 6 best-in-class marketing tools (that happen to be free).
And you're OFF! Your "purple cow" product is in dev and you feel ON FIRE (damn it feels good to start a company). But you're missing one piece: traction. Click to learn a proven roadmap to drive users to your mic-dropping product.
Startup Essentials are simple but vital concepts for making entrepreneurial endeavor as successful as possible. Please enjoy this 2nd installment talking about the importance of having a remarkable idea.
We often hear the business adage, "power is knowledge" but what if I told you this is wrong? Sometimes, collecting more info can work against you rather than with you. Especially when building a team or filling a role.