Although mobile growth has been massive, one of the biggest challenges for marketers has been finding promising, new paid ad channels outside of Facebook and Google. Startup or tech giant, here are 10 channels to consider adding to your paid ad repertoire.
Do you know have a 1 in 11 million chance of being attacked by a shark, but 1 in 175 million chance of winning Powerball? Yet plenty of people still play Powerball. There are startling statistics about life that get little fan fare because businesses have been able to shape the narrative in their favor. What's to credit for this? Brand marketing.
Let's be honest, engagement sounds A LOT like retention. Don't you engage customers so to retain them? As great as it is to get thousands of customer in the door, that doesn't matter much if you can't keep em. Learn the difference once & for all.
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.
We all know the feeling: having big ambitions but quickly falling prey to the busy person's dilemma: no time. Well, consider this crazy busy nut cracked.
Whether you're a startup founder, old hat marketer, or sales wiz, you'll find out very quickly how SQL can save you 100's of hours of work and dozens of "help me!" conversations with analysts.
Obsession pays: after 1,460 days, 500 Uber Eats deliveries, 160+ applications, ~63 rejection letters, and 4 offers, I signed a piece of paper that would set in motion my first full-time role in 4 years.
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.
"Never stop testing, and your advertising will never stop improving" was said NOT by a modern day marketer but by the godfather of advertising, Mr Oglivy himself. So where do you start to measure marketing success? User Acquisition paper trails us to the solution.