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The brand is a startup launching everyday comfortable work clothing for females right in the midst of the pandemic.
We take the time to build up traction through PR/Facebook/Google at low spend keeping ROAS at cash flow positive. Working closely with the founder to build amazing creative content to push as content is king.
As thing progressed we scale from $0 revenue to $100k/month today just on DTC alone (excluding retailer). Marketing spend went from $25/day to $500/day.
While in July 2021-now most brand who ran on FB/IG has issue with iOS 14.5 - we are scaling and growing due to our preparedness with the right content and marketing strategy in place to make it works.
This brand was doing a lot of client acquisition through FB ads but didn’t have anything set up for the customer experience in the backend. They were leaving a lot of money on the table paying for customer acquisition but weren’t nurturing their leads and customers.
I had a wonderful experience working with Vakilsearch in promoting their brand through different social media channels. Since Vakilsearch was a legal service provider, I learnt the techniques and tactics often used to promote such brands. Having worked with a B2C company, I would be analysing their customers' problems and stress upon them in offering good and best deals. India is a diversified country and thus, every state has different protocols, regulations and law system, nevertheless, the fundamental lies the same. For instance, the GST registration process varies in each state. The terms and jargons mentioned were challenging, however, in due course, I became an expert in writing more than 20 service pages and 200+ blogs for them.
Client runs a $100 million/year B2B ecommerce brand (owned by Berkshire Hathaway) selling raw product and manufacturing supplies to jewelry designers. They were always scared of launching with paid ads, as their previous experiences were that they just reached their existing customers; who would have purchased anyways.