By the time Robinhood launched, it had already gained almost a million users.
The stock-trading company called out one of the biggest trading pain points (fees) in their tagline: “$0 commission stock trading. Stop paying up to $10 for every trade.”
Then they used a waiting-list product launch model to create excitement and FOMO while giving them access to beta-model feedback ahead of launch.
Robinhood’s messaging aimed at the right audience, at the right time and place, is what gained them a million subscribers before they even launched. It’s also a prime example of successful product marketing.
In this article, you’ll learn how to strengthen new product development with product marketing so you can deliver on customer needs.
Rob Sobers said about the marketing growth strategy, “It’s not about tactics—it’s about people and process.”
And when it comes to people, you need buy-in from all over the organization. Growth is everyone’s business.
When it comes to process, growth marketers must learn to fail. And fail fast.
A marketing growth strategy is about small and incremental wins that build up over time.
In this article, you’ll learn how to build a marketing growth strategy to increase your market penetration, market share, and revenue.
Humans love shortcuts to decision-making. Brands do that.
More than three-quarters of consumers (76%) say they would buy from a brand they feel connected to over a competitor.
Building that connection with customers requires a clear brand strategy to define why you exist and a solid marketing strategy to communicate that purpose with your customers.
In this article, you’ll learn how to design a successful brand marketing campaign that expresses your brand’s core values, create content your customers crave, and ensure your entire brand ecosystem is designed to support customer loyalty.
Jeff Bezos’s private space technology company Blue Origin was founded back in 2000. You’d think that no one could recreate a product so sophisticated and advanced as space rockets, right?
In 2002, Elon Musk created Space X. He was swiftly followed by Richard Branson and Virgin Galactic in 2004.
With enough resources, products can always be copied. It’s tough to compete on product alone and you’re likely to see diminishing returns.
The solution: build a brand. The moat you create with brand is harder to replicate.
According to Edelman research, when that trust is built, 61% of people will become vocal advocates, 57% of people will purchase more products, and 43% will stay loyal.
In this article, you’ll understand how to build a memorable brand that your customers want to buy from. Learn how to identify what your customers want from your brand, how to build momentum with content, and then explore some brands that excel at brand marketing.
Your relationships and reputation are intangible assets.
Foster your personal brand, and you’ll build perceived value, trustworthiness, credibility, and reliability—ingredients that contribute to audience building and revenue.
But to showcase your expertise and stand out, you need to have something interesting to say. And you need to say it consistently.
In this article, we’ll share tips for how to build your personal brand, grow your audience, and expand your online presence.