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Val Geisler is ridiculously obsessed with email, and for good reason. As the founder and Chief Email Officer of Fix My Churn, Val and her team care deeply about the biggest problem plaguing subscription-based brands: how do we get customers to stick around? Turns out there's more to that than just a great product. Corner her on Twitter (@lovevalgeisler) and ask her just that and you'll likely get an earful. Or simply head to fixmychurn.com to get some ideas flowing right now.
My mission is to help bootstrapped & funded SaaS companies with marketing to drive real, sustainable growth. Helping SaaS & subscription companies with metrics, retention, and growth at Baremetrics Helping marketers find their next great career opportunity in tech, SaaS, and e-commerce with HeyMarketers.com Helping marketers be more strategic, do their best work, and become a top-tier marketer with MentalModelsForMarketers.com Helping makers do marketing with RefactoringGrowth.com Everything else about me: CoreyHaines.co
I've started 3 tech startups so far, including a Y-Combinator funded social app for college students and a 7 figure hacking business reselling Spotify subscriptions in countries where it is unavailable. I've been grateful to learn from (and correct) multiple startup challenges that I faced including building something people didn't want, finding tech co-founders, co-founder disputes, pre-mature scaling, building something for money and not happiness, fundraising, over-hiring, personal debt for surviving etc. I've attended 4 incubators in the last 5 years and have been around 100+ successful founders. I've also managed millions of dollars of advertising budgets for multiple Y-Combinator startups. My biggest strength is to help turn advertising dollars into profit by using paid ads. I also focus on positioning and creating offers that people are really interested in. I do this by finding out everything about the target audience by spending a lot of time getting to know them. And then I find the best way to genuinely help the prospects before selling them something.