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Why You Need a Part-Time Marketer

No Commitment

With limited resources at your disposal, and no guarantee that your startup will be successful, hiring a full-time employee can be terrifying. What if they aren't as qualified as they seemed during the interviews? Or what if business is slow and you can't afford to pay their salary? 

Working with a part-time marketer like myself eliminates that risk. If you are unsatisfied with the results that I help you achieve, then cancel our contract. There is no long-term commitment, and no severance package if things don't work out. You have nothing to lose.

 

-No severance package if things don't work out

-Cancel any time

 

-No health insurance

-No 401k plan

-Much more affordable than a full-time marketer

Save Thousands Over a Traditional Marketer

A full-time marketing manager costs upwards of $100,000 per year, not to mention health insurance and 401k plans. In reality, many startups cannot afford to spend that kind of money on a marketer. My goal is to take your startup to the point where you can afford that full-time marketer, and save you thousands of dollars in the process.

More That Just Talk

Consultants often have a tendency to simply talk about what needs to be done to improve a business. Strategy is critical to business success, but is useless without implementation. I will work with you to develop high-growth marketing strategies, and then take the lead in implementing those strategies, all for the fraction of the price of your average consultant.

 

 

Average Marketing Consultant Price: $110-$215/hour

My Price: $50/hour

 

You: Making

+ Me: Marketing

= Sold Product

Focus on your Strengths

Most startups fail. For yours to succeed, your team needs you to be focusing on what you do best: building an innovative product. To manage your company's marketing, you would need to spend hundreds of hours learning how to build a marketing strategy, and then hundreds of additional hours to try to carry out that marketing strategy. If you're taking the time to do all of this, then how will you focus on the product?