Before I became a startup enthusiast, I played poker. I actually played poker “professionally” for about a year. That year was filled with a lot of lessons that I’d be able to take with me. I didn’t realize so many of the lessons would relate to business at the time, but I can look back now and definitely say it helped shape my approach to startups.
In the beginning of 2013 my digital marketing agency was looking to help our property management client come up with ways for them (and us) to provide more value to their residents.
As I eluded to in my last blog, oDesk is my friend. I have mastered the art of outsourcing.
If something is taking me too long to do something I ALWAYS look for a quicker/better solution.
I have started a few different businesses in the past (some successful, some not), consulted with startups, and am now preparing to launch multiple different SaaS apps – I have come to realize just how important the digital marketing potential is to the success of the startup.
Blogging is important.
In fact, blogging is the number 1 thing I tell businesses that they should do when they ask me for digital marketing advice.