To all new founders and marketers with low budget, here’s how 17 different startups hustled for their first clients. If you’re feeling disheartened, I hope their tales will inspire you to keep on going!

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In this post, I feature some of their tales. You’ll find in them a generous mix of grunt work, intestines, and genius. 1& 2: Tinder and Alibaba- physically traveled to their first users Tinder went from 5,000 to 15,000 users by get sorority daughters to signup on the spot Crucial to Tinder’s success was then-CMO… Read more »

How To Really “Do” Marketing

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A profitable business looks like this 😛 TAGEND Buy Low <sell high Profitable marketing looks like this: Cost to Aquire Customer <customer lifetime value (ltv) “Buy low. Sell High.” What is the game? To find and attract customers for less cost than they contribute. Where does marketing fit into business? Marketing equals sales… No marketing… Read more »

Slack famously grew from 500 K to 1.7 M daily active users in only 8 months. I share their strategies and added my own takeaways here[ x-post from r/ Entrepreneur]

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Hey r/ digitalmarketing Ever since its official launching in February 2014, it has reached milestones every few months. From 500,000 daily active users on its first birthday, they more than doubled that within just four months, and only in October they fast forwarded that number to 1.7 million daily active users. So, how did Slack… Read more »

My 6 steps to create successful Facebook ads( simple checklist)

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Good Digital Marketing= Good Process. Facebook is shaping the future of advertising so to keep my clients happy, I had to build a consistent approach for Facebook advertising different from what I was doing with Google Adwords. Here are my 6 steps to create successful Facebook ads. Enjoy: Visit Dribbble.com to see how today’s designers… Read more »

To all new founders and marketers with low budget, here’s how 17 different startups hustled for their first customers. If you’re feeling disheartened, I hope their tales will inspire you to keep on running!

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In this post, I feature some of their stories. You’ll find in them a generous mix of grunt work, guts, and genius. 1& 2: Tinder and Alibaba- physically traveled to their first users Tinder went from 5,000 to 15,000 users by get sorority girls to signup on the spot Crucial to Tinder’s success was then-CMO… Read more »

Slack famously grew from 500 K to 1.7 M daily active users in only 8 months. I share their strategies and added my own takeaways here[ x-post from r/ Entrepreneur]

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Hey r/ digitalmarketing Ever since its official launching in February 2014, it has reached milestones every few months. From 500,000 daily active users on its first birthday, they more than doubled that within just four months, and only in October they fast forwarded that number to 1.7 million daily active users. So, how did Slack… Read more »