Marketing is dead, need new ideas

Hi, i have been in this field for more than a decade now and as of now i feel that amrketting is done. The online workspace is so saturated that there is hardly any room to work with and with rapid digitisation has only worsen the situation. I am looking for ideas that would enhance my online presence, feel free to provide feedback

Budget Friendly Ideas For Marketing Your Business

Budget Friendly Ideas For Marketing Your Business

  • guest blogging
    • This is a quicker alternative to starting your own blog which can take a while to take off. the reason why this works is because of the win-win scenario for you and the blog owner – if you’re starting this new product, chances are, you have some unique insight into the problem that is likely to be very beneficial to your target customers -> write a blog about it!
  • online communities & review…

Budget Friendly Ideas For Marketing Your Business

Budget Friendly Ideas For Marketing Your Business


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    • guest blogging
      • This is a quicker alternative to starting your own blog which can take a while to take off. the reason why this works is because of the win-win scenario for you and the blog owner – if you’re starting this new product, chances are, you have some unique insight into the problem that is likely to be very beneficial to your target customers -> write a blog about it!
    • online communities & review websites
      • BetaList – a place to share beta stage IT startup with the world and get early user feedback
      • InnMind – a directory for innovative startups: gives you wide promotion opportunities (they also can write a post about your startup) and access to the target investors
      • Crunch Base – a place to submit your startup profile and follow others
      • AngelList – a place to pitch for investors and to hire employees
      • Startup Beat – a pitchdesk for early stage startups
      • Killer Startups – an another pitch desk, but without stage limitations
      • The Startup Pitch – and one more platform to pitch your startup or application
      • SignUp First – a place to get early adopters in exchange of exclusive deals
      • Founderdating – a place to find co-founders, team members or like-minded professionals
      • Breakpoint – a place to share and receive feedback on your side projects and startups
      • YourStory – a platform to tell your startup story and promote it on the internet.
      • /Startups – a largest reddit community of startups, a good place to list your project, ask advice and find early adopters
      • I Am Wire – a place to submit the digital startup and share your story
      • F6S – a platform to submit your startup and apply for acceleration programs
      • Startup Blink – a global map of startups, where you can submit your startup and pin your location
      • Submit.co – a place to get press coverage for your startup
      • Transparent startups – a place to submit and discover startups with transparent revenue numbers
    • referral program
      • this is a no brainer. referral programs have shown time and time again to be extremely powerful. biggest benefit in my mind is that user referrals tend to run orthogonal to your traditional outreach/inbound channels: i.e. they’re able to drastically expand your reach beyond what your outreach channels can penetrate. I’ve helped 26 Y Combinator startups launch referral programs – if you’re looking to launch one, let’s find a time to chat! https://calendly.com/ijan-1/30min. I’ll share what I learned about what works and what doesn’t
    • social media
      • I’m not talking about Social Media Marketing, I’m talking about selling to your friends. Posting regularly on your social media, making your friends aware you are providing this service, is extremely powerful.

     

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sql server – Need Ideas on how to eliminate this scalar funciton or make it faster?

I’m working on pretty lengthy view and one of SQL statements calls a scalar function, which really degrades the performance. The following is the function that is called in a select statement. (sql server 2016)

Really not sure the best ways to modify this process.

Simplified select statement.

Select vendorpartid, 
dbo.ufn_StockUomQuantityToOrder(vpp.priorityLevel, vpp.monthlyUsageRate, vpp.minimumPurchaseUomOrderQuantity, vpp.purchaseUomConversionFactor, vpp.orderFrequencyDays, vpp.boxQuantity) stockUomQuantityToOrder
FROM vendorpartpriority vpp


ALTER FUNCTION (dbo).(ufn_StockUomQuantityToOrder) (
            @priorityLevel decimal(38, 10),
            @monthlyUsageRate decimal(38,10),
            @minimumPurchaseUomOrderQuantity decimal(38, 10),
            @purchaseUomConversion decimal(38, 10),
            @orderFrequencyDays decimal(38,10),
            @boxQuantity int
        )  
        RETURNS int
        WITH SCHEMABINDING
        AS   
        -- Calculate the quantity that needs to be ordered  
        BEGIN  
            DECLARE @quantityToOrderDecimal decimal(38, 10) = NULL;
            DECLARE @quantityToOrderInt int = NULL;
            DECLARE @orderFrequencyMinimumQuantity decimal(38, 10) = NULL;
            DECLARE @minimumStockUomOrderQuantity decimal(38,10) = NULL;
            
            --set the default order quantity
            SELECT @quantityToOrderDecimal = (-1.0 * @monthlyUsageRate * @priorityLevel);
            
            --get the minimum order quantity in stock UOM
            SELECT @minimumStockUomOrderQuantity = (@minimumPurchaseUomOrderQuantity * @purchaseUomConversion);
        
            --calculate the order frequency minimum
            IF(@orderFrequencyDays IS NOT NULL AND @monthlyUsageRate IS NOT NULL)
                SELECT @orderFrequencyMinimumQuantity = (@monthlyUsageRate * @orderFrequencyDays / 30.0);
                    
            --do we need to meet a vendor minimum
            IF (@quantityToOrderDecimal IS NULL OR @quantityToOrderDecimal < @minimumStockUomOrderQuantity)
                SELECT @quantityToOrderDecimal = @minimumStockUomOrderQuantity;
            
            --do we need to meet an order frequency minimum
            IF (@quantityToOrderDecimal IS NULL OR @quantityToOrderDecimal < @orderFrequencyMinimumQuantity)
                SELECT @quantityToOrderDecimal = @orderFrequencyMinimumQuantity;
            
            --convert to the int
            SELECT @quantityToOrderInt = CAST(CEILING(@quantityToOrderDecimal) AS int);
                
            --did we come up with a number that needs to be an increment of boxQuantity
            IF(@quantityToOrderInt IS NOT NULL AND @boxQuantity > 0)
                BEGIN
                    --get the partial box quantity if any
                    DECLARE @partialBox int = @quantityToOrderInt % @boxQuantity;
                    
                    --remove the partial box and add a full one (if we are not of box increments)
                    IF(@partialBox <> 0)
                    BEGIN
                        SELECT @quantityToOrderInt = (@quantityToOrderInt - @partialBox + @boxQuantity);
                    END
                END 
        
            RETURN @quantityToOrderInt;  
        END;
        
GO

2019 isn’t an option now. I have dabbled with the in-line table value, but I’m not quite sure how to get rid of the declares.

I’m not 100% sure on the nulls. My gut says I shouldn’t be passing any values that are nulls, but looks like input table has quite a few in different columns.

Right now I’m trying to make some glaring performance changes until we get time to dismantle the whole process.

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Tricky site to monetize, any ideas?

I have a website with around 400 unique visitors and 4,000 pageviews per day and growing, but I’m having a hard time monetizing it. Google Adsense won’t accept the site, I have applied three times and gotten the same rejection three times that there is not enough content. I have plenty of content and adding, but still they reject it.

Here are some insights about the visitors:
90% female
90% coming from Facebook
80% mobile traffic
90% are returning visitors
The site is not in English.

So basically the same 400-500 people keep coming back every day and looking through 8-12 pages.

I can’t think of anything good besides Adsense. Or maybe you know of any other advertising programs that pay per click and allow iternational traffic? Tried propeller ads, but had to take it down in a matter of hours when I started getting complaints from my visitors about their spammy ads.
SEMrush

 

Ideas for Movies niche site?

Tough niche. But not an impossible one.

Aside from having been an internet marketer for 20 years, I write screenplays for independent filmmakers, have quite a foothold in the online movie industry, and dedicate a little time to it. You need to approach this the way you would any new business venture:

– Look for Gaps in the Market
– Seek out Profitable Ways to Fill those Gaps

If I were you, I’d go sub-genre. Examples: horror screenwriting, Japanese horror movies, action movies of the 80s.

Forget making a stale directory or review site; think instead of how to engage your audience. Audience engagement is key nowadays and will soon dominate, if it hasn’t already.

A forum is one possible idea, as is any form of social network. Or consider a location like DP that will help your audience achieve a business goal.

GRM

 

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