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This article has been contributed by Kristen Gramigna. Small decisions can mean big consequences. Every product you put out there can affect your brand. So have you given thought to what your work is saying about you? If you aren’t [..]
This article has been contributed by Zach Kitschke. For the weeks leading up to Canva’s launch, we had a big television screen set up in the office with a countdown timer. Each day it would tick over, bringing us closer [..]
Here’s a look at ten tips that will ensure you can build sites for startups that guarantee amazing returns on investment.
Do you know the secret techniques of customers’ subconscious manipulation? Do you know what forms, colors and designs appeal them the most? Would you like to learn how to make users do exactly what you need onsite? We are ready to reveal you the under wraps information on how to create the most irresistible call-to-actions. Our blog post contains omnium gatherum of tips, advice, methods, etc. on the matter. We hope they will be useful for your future online success.
This article has been contributed by Lori Wagoner. The designing stage is arguably one of the most important stages of a web project. It typically involves giving shape to all the information defined in the planning stage. The main deliverables [..]
Creative without strategy is called ‘art.’ Creative with strategy is called ‘advertising.’ – Jef I. Richards.
We believe that these words make sense and are going to talk about marketing strategies that work well for most of the start-ups in our blog post. We’ve got only one killing argument why you should spend a few minutes of your valuable time to look through this article. Marketing without a thought out strategy is like walking blindfolded. You never know what is waiting for you as you step ahead. You might bang against the wall, stumble upon a border or tread upon a puddle.
Every start-up is like a firstborn for their parents. They can endlessly talk of how smart and gorgeous it is. However, the community as well as potential customers may or may not share developers’ enthusiasm about their application, brand, product or service. So, this is the right time for marketers to go on stage, but do this insensibly, trying to stay in the thickest shadow. Because the best marketing strategy is the one that does its job, but doesn’t gather the laurels. The best solution is to turn your marketing strategy into invisible being, ephemeral creature; otherwise it will cause nothing but irritation. The ultimate goal of any marketing strategy is to show a Hocus Pocus: to promote the product absolutely unobtrusively, in other words, to make customers think that your ideas were initially born in their heads.
Are you interested in learning such techniques? Maybe not all of them are brand new and revolutionary, but the keyword in this case is ‘always working’, which means time-tested and absolutely winning. So, let’s concentrate on the start-up marketing strategies tips and advice that are beneficial and completely safe to use for any out-of-the-box product promotion.
This is a guest article contributed by Amber Stanley. There’s no single or easy way to write yourself to stardom. Even great authors and famous bloggers struggled in making their way up to success. Writing compelling content is never a [..]