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• Founder of Growth Stackers. • Built and sold 3 e-commerce brands. • Growth Driven. ROI Focused. • Featured in Forbes, Inc., Huff Post, BuzzFeed, & more.
A large part of the personal branding process relies on speaking with others, presenting new ideas to digital and in-person audiences, and establishing connections. To a self-described introvert, these tasks can seem like big hurdles on the way to success. But there are ways for introverts to get their names out there and create strong relationships within their network.
When it comes to creating a successful marketing strategy, you don’t always need to reinvent the wheel. Sometimes a few small changes can have a huge impact on your ROI.
Small habits and practices might be contributing to burnout without you even realizing it.
Every business leader hopes to see an impressive return on the campaigns and projects they launch. These initiatives can cost a lot of time, energy and resources, and it's always disheartening when the results aren't what you anticipated.
If you’re not using Facebook Ads in your strategy, you’re missing out on one of the most critical tools at your disposal.
The most successful brands usually maintain a high level of customer engagement. When customers are engaged with a brand, they're more likely to continue to buy from that brand and recommend that others do too.
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