Last year, Ellen Jantsch's growth marketing agency literally went from 0 to 60 (inbound leads per month, that is). Like most new businesses, Tuff initially struggled to gain traction. Then she started treating Tuff like a client, applying the agency's own growth methodology. Learn how Ellen's team prioritized and tested marketing approaches before discovering the engine that now powers Tuff's growth.
Jennifer Zhang started a watch company six months out of college. She was broke and had just quit her full-time job. Within two weeks, she launched a successful Kickstarter campaign and turned a $1K investment into $91K in sales. In this episode, Jennifer will pull the curtain back and share her secrets for pitching journalists, crowd-funding promotion strategies, and how to know when it's time to hire outside marketing help.
Online marketing channels such as email and social media have become so popular many of them now feel saturated. Might it be time for your business to reconsider direct mail? Think postcards, letters, flyers, and even packages.
Cheryl Czach had a comfortable executive-coaching business, serving corporate clients she acquired through word-of-mouth referrals. But a massive disruption in the market meant she needed to rethink everything. Learn how Cheryl began experimenting with marketing and the three changes she made to her social-media posts that caused her engagement to soar.