Marketing · Startups

Where to post marketing tips for startups?

Peter Bray CEO at Bray & Co

April 28th, 2016

What other sites do you suggest would be a good place to post them?

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Joseph Wang Chief Science Officer at Bitquant Research Laboratories

May 1st, 2016

I wouldn't bother.

One thing that I hate as a startup founder are fortune cookie tips.  These usually end up not being terribly useful. 

If you have a marketing consulting business, then what you want to do is to talk directly to startups and go into some sort of mentoring program.  Alternatively, what you want to do is to post examples where you've helped startups do successful marketing, and use word of mouth.

Anonymous

April 28th, 2016

your own blog would be the best channel

Aik Arutunian CMO at Reinvently, Head of Marketing at Provectus

April 29th, 2016

Medium.com definietly works.
Try inbound.org

Why not also try guest-posting your tips for, say, startups.co or startup-marketing.com or something like https://startuphubs.com/


Is there a reason you don't want to use your own blog, or create one specially for the tips? I know there are tons of them, but still. You get maximum control and publish at your own pace.

Anonymous

April 28th, 2016

Try medium.com

Lydia Sugarman Entrepreneur. CEO + Non-Technical Founder. Seeker. Thinker. Drinker of bourbon.

May 3rd, 2016

Haven't read all the comments, but doesn't anyone else find it at the very least ironic that the questioner is asking how to market his marketing tips? Or, is this just a way to gather feedback to turn into a marketing tips article?

Lana McAra Sales and Marketing Professionals: Activate your LinkedIn Profile for Social Selling

April 28th, 2016

Post to your own blog first of all, then to LinkedIn Pulse. All other social media, newsletters, etc, should have a teaser and a link that sends them to your blog to drive traffic. 

Henrik Gyor Digital Asset Management Consultant

April 28th, 2016

Try LinkedIn Pulse and/or some LinkedIn Groups.

Louis Sampson Graphic Designer, SME Brandbuilder, Marketer, Car Enthusiast & Believer in the African Dream

April 29th, 2016

I think you should be informed by where your target audience spent their time most. I agree with all those suggest social networking sites but targeting the right people at the right time with the right message is very key. 

Good luck, Peter.

Anonymous

April 28th, 2016

I'm in.... 

Nakeisha Turner Social Engagement Strategist | Creative Marketing Innovator

April 28th, 2016

Give people your Facebook or other account pages and direct them there.