Posts filed under: Startup Sales & Marketing

Are you looking to use podcasting to increase your brand influence? or perhaps increase the number of potential leads coming to your company? Podcasts have been around for 10+ years and it’s now a huge aspect of marketing that entrepreneurs all around the world are tapping into. Over the past...
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Have you ever wanted to write and publish a book? You know, be an author that thousands read and gain knowledge from? This has always been a dream of mine and for the greater part of my life, I have always believed that it would come true in one way...
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I recently connected with Rafi Chowdhury from Chowdhury Digital and did some digging into his story and expertise. It was great to see another eager entrepreneur learning at a rapid pace and applying it to the growth of their business. I asked Rafi if he’d be willing to answer a...
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  • create your personal brand
Are you an entrepreneur seeking to create your personal brand, for the betterment of your entrepreneurial reputation and your company’s future success? In this column, I will discuss the importance of a personal brand through examples from my life and iconic entrepreneurs. I’ll then dive into key strategies that one can...
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  • digital marketing strategy
Introduction One of the most important aspects of starting a business is ensuring that you have a strategy to communicate with your potential customers and people that may know your potential customers. In this column, I’ll outline how to create a strategic digital marketing strategy and why it’s so important...
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  • hard thing about hard things
In our last column, we discussed creating your minimum viable product, otherwise known as the MVP. It’s a critical step to building your startup in its first infant year and allows you to make many iterations based off of customer feedback. For even more about the MVP, pick up a...
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In many of my columns in the past half year, I have eluded to a minimum viable product, otherwise known as the MVP. The minimum viable product is a key part of building your business in the first year and is one of the best ways to get real feedback...
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Returning to Building Over the past three weeks, I provided you with an inside look into my current entrepreneurial endeavors. As we move forward through the year, I will keep you up to date with the progress of each of my businesses at the end of each quarter. Up until...
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Quick Review Two weeks ago, we covered the 4 key aspects of your startup’s financials that you should fully understand before moving forward with your idea. The topics spanned the initial investment needed, financial management, economics of the business, and the exit strategy. For an in depth look, read here...
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A Quick Recap In our last meeting, I introduced the Four Pillars of Business and went into depth on the key people essential to the start of any business. I talked about why the people involved in the first year of starting a business are critical to your startup plan...
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