6 things I learned marketing for startups (and early stage companies)
The other day as I was putting new strings on my guitar, something interesting happened. As the sixth and final string slid up into tune, the other strings came alive; it’s a fairly normal occurrence called sympathetic resonance, and it made me think of the successful marketing teams that I’ve led or been on — those times when the team and marketing channels were working together in harmony, and the brand and product were resonating with consumers. This is especially important to get right quickly when you’re a startup — it’s about finding the right people with the right mindset.… This story continues at The Next Web
I first wrote about SmartAsset nearly six years ago, when it launched its first product, a tool allowing prospective homebuyers to analyze the rent vs. buy decision and to see what kind of home they could actually afford. According to co-founder and CEO Michael Carvin, “On the consumer side, our strategy has never really changed. […]
TOKYO: Asian stocks extended a global downturn on Tuesday, while the safe-haven yen rose as U.S. President Donald Trump threatened new tariffs on Chinese goods in an escalating tit-for-tat trade war between the world's two biggest economies that has rattled financial markets.
KUALA LUMPUR (June 19): Traffic flow on the North-South Expressway particularly southbound from the north is slow with congestion at certain stretches this afternoon.
A PLUS Malaysia Berhad spokesman attributed the chockablock to increase in vehicles from Sungai Dua to Perai, Penang.
Traffic is slow moving from Kuala Kangsar to Sungai Perak and Bukit Merah to the Gunung Semanggul rest and service stopover, he told Bernama when contacted.