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Lessons Learned From 1,000+ Technology Companies That You Can Apply in Your Course or Business
What does it take to grow?
You have something that solves a real problem and you know there's a market for it... if only you could just get it in front of the right people, right?!
Well, the days of "build it and they will come" are long gone. Every day, hundreds of new products launch across the internet on Product Hunt, Betalist, and TechCrunch with their sights set on growing to recurring revenue riches. But the vast majority go unseen, unused, abandoned, or shut down.
A single announcement on Twitter just doesn't cut it. One cannot simply buy ads when ready and expect a flood of new customers, either.
Corey Haines,is the former Head of Growth at Baremetrics and previously the first marketing hire at Cordial. While he worked on Baremetrics he learned a lot from companies, what worked and what didn’t.
In this hour long, free workshop, you will learn:
- Lessons learned from 1,000+ SaaS companies
- How to use customer research to determine your growth strategy
- What makes a great product and measuring product/market fit
- Why your pricing and activation model is probably vastly overlooked
- How to position yourself in a crowded (or new) market
- Where to find sustainable traction channels in places you might not think of
- Real-life examples, behind the scenes stories, and practical advice from founders
Registration is free.
Time: 3 p.m ET / 12 p.m PT
Even if you cannot make it live, register anyway and we'll send out a workshop replay. Hope to see you live!
Hey! I'm Corey — the former Head of Growth at Baremetrics and previously the first marketing hire at Cordial.
I'm a Seth Godin fanboy, podcast binger, and lover of all things marketing, software, and entrepreneurship.
I also created Swipe Files, a curated library of teardowns for the best marketing examples, Hey Marketers, a job board just for marketers, as well as Mental Models For Marketing, a course about timeless marketing principles, frameworks, and psychology.