We delve into the world of marketing and business to bring you the juiciest tips and tricks to take your brand to the next level. Today, we’re talking about marketing experiments – the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Marketing experiments sound about as fun as watching paint dry. But trust us, there’s nothing more thrilling than throwing spaghetti at the wall and seeing what sticks.
Understanding marketing experiments
In this episode, we’re going to cover three key lessons about running marketing experiments in your business. First up, we’ll talk about how to actually run these experiments without setting your hair on fire.
Next, we’ll dive into the four steps you need to take to run a successful experiment.
We’ll cover everything from setting a clear hypothesis (sorry, big words alert) to measuring your results and making data-driven decisions.
And finally, we’ll tackle the biggest obstacle you can face when running a marketing experiment: your own darn ego.
So, grab a cup of coffee (or a stiff drink, depending on how your last experiment went) and tune in to this episode.
For inspiration, check out Jay Clouse and how he runs experiments – oh and did you know that Time Ferriss started his own show as an experiment?