My Skill Stack:
1. Reading (like anything, you name it)
2. Writing (from Seneca to Machiavelli)
3. Persuasion (like Silver Tongue Wordsmith)
4. Tech (I find it easy to sync with)
5. Traffic (it's not marketing, it's TRAFFIC)
6. Finance & Money (always high for it)
To be Cont.
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I was about to buy your premium pack. Do you have any offers on this awesome news?
I bet if you launch any offer today, tag it along with your news of acquiring, & you are gonna see at least 0.1% of conversion.
A5. 1: The challenge is to do deep audits to find the issues behind bad performance and test how to align products, offers, and advertising budgets in any market for any industry and bring in the results.
Like something that can work at a macro level for everything.
A5. I am focusing heavily on new client acquisition for my biz. I am getting accounts that are messed up by earlier agencies, consultants, and media buyers.
For me, creating ways to figure out the mess-ups and start fixing the mess-ups asap to bring in the results.
A3. @semrush and @spyfu are my go.
Apart from this, @bing has an interesting keyword planner. It helps you to segment keywords into categories. Worth a look.
I use Social Listening tools. It helps you get on top of your industry jargon and you can test them.
A2. 2: I am looking at the previous market trends for the industries, spying on their competitor's strategies, and trying to find the USP for new products & offers in competitive markets.
Cracking this down profitably would be my best experiment so far.
A2. 1: We have experiments going on majorly finding the new markets for the launches and reactivating dormant businesses. The major issue is testing with both sides.
Especially with the new market launches.
I see that clients are not hesitating with testing stuff.
A2. I see a mixed version of responses in terms of budget planning and 2023 preparations. Early 2022 has been mild for the businesses and in Q4, companies are planning to spend heavily and take some risks (I am talking about companies I interact with).
A1: Launching into new markets. Some of the E-Com clients want to go on omnichannel for different geographic location launches. They are preferring the UK & EU markets.
For B2B, I am working on preparing the reactivation campaigns for dormant clients in Q4.