Last week we brought you Xaver Matt’s presentation on Mastering the SEO Mindset from our business event in partnership with Vodafone. Now, it’s time for part two - Ashley Salek's growth hacking workshop. We know plenty of brands have been bursting at the seams to get hold of our Growth Hacking Techniques for Startups and SMEs from Ashley Salek.
On the 8th March, startups and SMEs will descend upon Holborn for an evening of expert advice (for free!) courtesy of us at Netleadz. We’ve teamed up with Vodafone and We Work to help give your brand the very best chance of success. We’ll be offering industry secrets, hints and tips in our two presentations of the night. Be sure to join us and let us help you master the SEO mindset & growth hacking.
So we all love a bit of Instagram. It’s actually, one of the most intriguing social media platforms around. The app doesn’t allow links to show in your posts, this means the click-through rate is always pretty low. We find this takes some of the pressure away. Posting on Instagram shouldn’t be overtly promotional, it’s more about building a brand reputation. If you can offer something creative and innovative which cuts through the volume of self-gratuitous selfies and food pics, you’ll be successful here. But how to get more Instagram followers?
Gaining traction as a startup can be a pretty long and tough process. You’ve got to invest time and money, often getting little return for your hard work. Audience building can be demoralising if you don’t have a structured plan or approach. Thankfully, we have a secret weapon up our sleeves that can seriously boost your efforts. Partnership marketing can open doors to thousands of new consumers in a short space of time. Here’s everything you need to know about this type of affiliate campaign.
So you’re a wizard at writing copy – great job! Unfortunately, even a tweet with the linguistic prowess of Wordsworth won’t get traction without a strong image. A picture tells a thousand words and you’ve only got 140 characters per tweet, you do the maths. Thankfully, you don’t need to be a graphic designer to nail social media imagery. The Ultimate Guide to Social Media Image Sizes is a simple and fast reference for anyone posting online. Bookmark this page, print it off, memorise it, get it tattooed on your forearm if you must.
On January 31st, London will host yet another exciting TechPitch 4.5 event. If you’re familiar with us, you’ll know we’re huge fans and partners of TechPitch. Across the country startups are now gearing up and preparing for this month’s event in the hope of winning a free growth clinic with Netleadz (that’s us!). If you’re interested in attending, get 25% off your ticket with our promo code below.
So you’ve got a ground-breaking business idea and you want to make it a reality. Great news, you’ve come to the right place. You now need two key things to get off the ground; visibility and funding. Thankfully we can lend a hand with both. We’ve put a few of our own sparkly marketing techniques alongside some essential funding tips for startups from Innovate UK. Follow this killer guide and you’ll be on the right path.
The tech industry is infamous for changing so rapidly that companies struggle to keep up. As a brand, if you’re not an early adopter you can miss out on a huge marketing opportunity. We predict this type of change for the wearable tech market. The number of wearable devices in common circulation is set to rise exponentially in the coming years. The quicker companies are to utilise this platform for marketing, the more likely they are to engage with a new captive audience.
If you’re a startup in London, you’ve probably heard of TechPitch 4.5. The events bring together some of the most exciting startups in the industry. Each participant is given time to pitch their business idea to other companies, influencers and potential investors. Every event on the TechPitch 4.5 calendar is a huge opportunity for your business. This is why we’ve put together a short guide on how you can make the most of it.