I’ll go more in depth I another post, but right now I want to tell you that I’m tired of marketing.
I’ve decided to change careers.
But before I go, I want to share the decade of marketing knowledge I’ve built up.
I'm sure many of you could use some tips.
So I’m reaching out now and asking: what do you need to know about marketing?
Don’t know what you don’t know? What are your goals? I can tell you what you need to do.
The more questions you ask, or the more info you give me about what you want to accomplish, the better I can help you.
Don’t worry about the timeline. I’ll answer for another decade if it helps you out.
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@estoricru If I'm looking to build interest in a project, my naive experience is that there's a spread of possible patterns of frequency and intensity in bringing it to folks attention, where both extremes end poorly. Is frequency and intensity of directed marketing anything like using spaced repetition systems for memorization? Or is there a better principle for how to ebb and flow the intensity of actions?
A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.