Case Study: Finding Message / Go To Market Fit for ClearEstate
Business | Grow to Market | Positioning

Case Study: Finding Message / Go To Market Fit for ClearEstate

The Problem: Estate planning, settlement, and probate court are all topics that most people don’t want to think about ahead of time. So how do you develop a routine and repeatable funnel of people who need these services if your business improves estate planning & settlement for people all over North America? ClearEstate, a successful…

2 ways to target an audience on Facebook ads
Branding | Social Media

2 ways to target an audience on Facebook ads

Testing a new idea requires a completely different approach to performance marketing than scaling a business. If you have the wrong approach to your Facebook marketing, you’re doomed. Building the right audience is the first step to creating a Facebook campaign, so let’s talk about how to make sure that you’re building an audience that…

GTM for technical founders
Branding | Grow to Market

GTM for technical founders

When you push that first code commit live on a production server, it feels like you’ve made the leap from “dreamer” to “doer”. Congrats! One problem: 24 hours go by and no one has signed up. Crap. You have to market this new idea. After spending a weekend reading blog posts and watching YouTube videos,…

Landing page mistakes that kill your conversion rates
Branding | Content Marketing

Landing page mistakes that kill your conversion rates

Landing pages are serious business. So, in today’s blog, let’s talk about the mistakes killing your conversion rates and how you can avoid them. Mistake 1 – Not having enough landing pages Studies show that the more landing pages businesses have, the better results. Why? Because these businesses are creating landing pages to highly specific buyer…

5 Branding Fails & how to fix ’em
Branding | Business

5 Branding Fails & how to fix ’em

You may recall Trevor’s declaration that your brand sucks (if you don’t do these 5 things). There are many ways to get branding wrong, though, so it’s worth revisiting as a reminder of how to correct when you’re struggling. Mistake #1: No unique value proposition A value proposition is both really easy to construct and…