There are countless ways to market a startup today.
Entrepreneurs, who naturally wear many different hats, often ask anyone within earshot, where does one start in terms of choosing the right marketing tactics to employ?
That’s the question I’ve been asking myself lately, because honestly?
So how did I end up here today, publishing my first blog post on Medium?
Advisors and friends had told me I should hire a PR firm, because PR is the best medium for establishing an unknown brand, but the PR firms I talked to shooed me away.
They told me my budget was too small and that at this stage in Omni212’s lifespan, the best thing I can do is to produce DIY content and find a way to get it in front of an audience that will engage with it.
The latter part of that tactic (hitting the target) is the complicated part — something even the best marketers struggle with.
I’m guessing I’ll find the secret sauce along the way, which I’ll then share with you so we can all do a better hitting our targets, unlike the poor chap in the above GIF.
I decided I should take up this challenge after successfully answering these two questions:
1. What makes a story engaging?
2. How can I suddenly become a good writer?
First, a good topic. And let’s face it: I work on cool shit. Leading-edge technology is fascinating exactly because of that — it’s leading-edge. The areas where I spend more of my working time sometimes seem to come straight out of Sci Fi novels. They seem fantastical, but they also have real world, business implications.
Someone close to me recently said writing was simply,
“the written act of talking and you never shut up, so you should adapt to writing easily.”
I liked that. Then I learned about the concept of TL;DR!! Will I become a good writer? Please, be my judge and provide me with some critiques, no matter how mean, along the way.
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