Grew 3 SaaS companies in the lead generation and sales space and led it from bootstrap to acquisition. Love helping out companies improve their b2b sales pipeline and process. My specialty is in b2b lead generation, sales, and business development.
Yeah video production companies are tough to grow especially with a lot of competition, but congrats on the start. That's a great first step.
The problem with SMM is that you can't just do social. You have to do a lot more than that. Produce good content and share it. Get influencers to view your content and share it. There are a lot of tips and tricks that you can implement, but every company and business is different.
Don't give up and keep trying. Seek help or mentorship if you need it!
What type of business is this?
Never give up. You only fail when you give up!
There's always room for growth as long as the correct strategies and implementations are in place.
Depending on the type of business, there are different things you can do to grow. Remember, don't give up!
There are many factors to consider, but yes I would consider 6% as a high churn for any SaaS solution. I would focus on finding ways to retain the current user base and narrow down the issue.
Other things you could do is improve your nurture materials such as nurture emails , better user experience etc.
Without a doubt, Hong Kong. I've registered multiple business in Hong Kong and it's much easier and international friendly. There are also a lot of services out there that does it all for you.
Feel free to reach out if you need help or advice.
There are a lot of online courses out there in every single niche that you can think of.
Most of the most successful online courses either already have a strong following or a strong marketing strategy.
Start with some good content marketing for free and build an audience :)
There are a lot of startups out there that's doing this right now. Even big companies are doing this. The travel industry is a competitive space.
Depending on your goals, there are a lot of different ways to approach it. I would do a good amount of content marketing because it requires a very low budget and can help you grow organic searches for your services in the long run.
Start with pushing out a lot of guides before even launching the product and start building your email list, so that you will have a bunch of loyal users once you launch.
First you have to define the niche you are targeting. Are you offering services to ecommerce? Auto dealership or?
You can do an initial outreach test by building a list of those targeted buyers using a solution like GrowthOK.com then I'll email those targeted buyers to see if they might be interested in your service. Make sure to follow up and sell well :)