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How Morning Brew grew to 1.5M+ readers in 18 months through its referral program • I got a 7% response rate on an email blast to dead leads by accidentally using pattern interruption

Unreadit/Growth and Marketing
How Morning Brew grew to 1.5M+ readers in 18 months through its referral program link.medium.com • r/GrowthHacking • u/startup_investor
I got a 7% response rate on an email blast to dead leads by accidentally using pattern interruption r/sales • u/sting2018
Any other Recently started businesses worried about possible recession in the U.S.? r/smallbusiness • u/theoneandonlyekor
Marketing for local company is driving me insane r/marketing • u/littlebeardontcare

I recently began a marketing manager position for a local company in April. This company also has their hands in a few other companies such as wholesale reselling and mes that I do marketing for.

A former client removed my name on all the scientific blog content I produced for him (which he paid for) and listed himself as author—can he do that? We Never agreed on ghostwriting r/marketing • u/Cannabin3rd

Confused on how copyright laws come into play here. My evidence based branding firm offers original content for sale. However, I always ask I be credited and listed as an author for all my blogs.

How to turn a big client ghosting an invoice into a marketing opportunity? r/marketing • u/wwants

My wife and I own a small fashion photography company. Through our contacts in the industry we get a lot of strange requests come our way.

What should I know before starting a small business for the first time. r/smallbusiness • u/SD_ThrowAway999

I’ve always worked for an employer /company - like the majority of the world - and have always felt unaccomplished.


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