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It sounds like you have a lot going on. I think you might find some better momentum if you chose one to focus on. In the mean time I'm sure you face the dilemna of supporting yourself while your app gains momentum. I was recently in a similar situation with developing and selling a CRM software ...

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Sarah is correct here. Becoming an influencer or authority in any area takes time and dedication, is not something you can typically leverage over night. My suggestions to you is stick to a hyper targeted niche, narrow down your vision and scale back all efforts to the most minimal most targete...

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Think about how other low cost offerings emphasize the discount level. Fiverr, for one. Cheap is a ticket to failure. For many, cheap means "easily breakable, unreliable junk." Although Google guards the information with its life, I also suspect that Google devalues the word cheap from an SEO...

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Adjusting sail midstream is easier said than done. But, when the situation become inevitable, the sail must be adjusted to be able to sail further. Renaming, actually, is rebranding. It's often a case when sales starts going south, and survival is at stake. Yes, renaming always leaves an impact ...

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The "old" multi brand furniture eCom have probably been doing it the traditional way. Buying inventory and reselling it online as they would in a retail store. But if you were to start a multi brand furniture ecom in 2020, I would recommend you start by reaching out to those established furnitur...

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First of all, this will come down to branding and how you wish to position yourself relative to the vertical (niche) you wish to operate in. Things such as market research do help to a certain extent but it will also come down to what that luxury item is. For instance; in the sense of luxury w...

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One of the biggest challenges for new or growing brands when approaching multi brands (whether on or offline) is convincing the retailer of the following: a) You can delivery the product as promised b) It will sell and do so at an acceptable margin c) That you can find a way to cover them if b) f...

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1. Organic traffic through great content. 2. Classic (but targeted) paid online marketing - Facebook, Google etc - depending on your target market (this method will be tough/expensive because you're competing against the bigger players who have huge budgets - so it's less advised) 3. Endorsement...

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Hi, There is a big difference between the two goals you mentioned and the method to achieve them. If you're looking for brand awareness, you should consider utilizing a method similar to the first option (see more on this below). If you're looking for a return on investment, you should go with ...

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As former CMO of Expedia I can tell you that being focused will trump any theoretical upside of having different names. To this day there's a struggle to build daylight in meaning between Hotels.com and Expedia's core hotel business - and there have literally been billions spent on trying to do t...

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