My Future Marketing Blog Posts

My Future Marketing Blog Posts

My Future Marketing Blog Posts. As much as I love blogging about startup marketing, it just isn’t a very good use of my time these days. The most important thing you should have taken away from Startup-Marketing.com is that startup marketers need to focus on doing what’s important at any given stage in a startup. Now Blogging at blog.qualaroo.com If you do everything right in the early stages and you’re lucky, startup marketing eventually just becomes marketing. They still need to stay on top of who loves their product, why they love it and how to get many more of the right people into a must-have experience. The effective emerging tactics for connecting with the right people and onramping them to your product experience are the same for startups and established companies. My most recent post explores why online marketing keeps getting harder every year and what you can do to keep up. It wasn’t rocket science that you should test ads for response rates and measure conversions. Considering that there was less than $20 per year competing for the attention of each US Internet user, this little edge made it easy to profitably acquire lots of customers online. To compete, today’s online marketers must seek READ FULL ARTICLE

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Focus is the most precious asset for any startup CEO. As much as I love blogging about startup marketing, it just isn’t a very good use of my time these days. So for the foreseeable future, I’ll be taking a hiatus from blogging on Startup-Marketing.com. The most important thing you should have taken away from Startup-Marketing.com is that startup marketers need to focus on doing what’s important at any given stage in a startup. My short post on The Startup Pyramid gives a good breakdown of the marketing priorities that matter most for startups. It’s worth re-reading if you’ve read it before.

Now Blogging at blog.qualaroo.com

If you do everything right in the early stages and you’re lucky, startup marketing eventually just becomes marketing. Established companies have many of the same challenges as startups. They still need to stay on top of who loves their product, why they love it and how to get…

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