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Marketing operations doesn’t typically include work with paid media. Depending on the team and company, it could include elements of audience segmentation, automation, email marketing and more. I’d recommend googling “marketing operations manager jobs” and read some job descriptions if that sounds interesting.

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Consider volunteering with a non-profit to help their marketing team. You can also check out a local start-up support cell or a marketing school for speaking or mentorship opportunities. Another cool place to check out for marketing communities is meetup website. You'll be surprised to find marketing clubs and societies there who are looking for speakers, mods, etc.

Please remember to strictly limit your time or resources when you do this. It can quickly go out of hand when people realize you're a valuable (read FREE) source for marketing support. Your time and skills have value.

Hope this helps. Good Luck!

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I'm one of the guys that does all 4 of those things, as well as print design and brand management. I'm in-house and I'm paid well. I put together testimonials, trade show booth loops, customer training videos, YouTube ads, brochures, booth graphics.

For me it's twice the pay and half the work as when I was working at an agency. For my employer, they have more immediate access to creative services, they have an embedded employee that understands the business and can operate with a greater degree of autonomy, they don't have to worry about budgeting for every piece of collateral they want (designwise), they can have a video made for the cost of my salary, travel and lodging instead of $15,000 $20,000k for a bay-area production team.

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It seems the problem is not with lack of tool or software. It's with the organization of team.

For instance I know digital agencies usually donot have expenses like a small business, hosting, outsourced work receipts and some tools is really that it most of which is yearly paid.

What actually is required is a simple yet effective system (sometimes even a simple google sheet is enough though its not that fancy as people expect).

You can maybe consider getting a manager / VA type person who can help you do that.

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>and yet they/we/you buy into various funds, ETFs, Companies, and other equities for.... reasons? If you can't beat the market just put 100% of your money in SPY, VTI, and VOO and go home.

A very /r/bogleheads take but the reason we're investing in SPY and VTI and VOO is because those funds are constantly rebalancing. What was in the S&P500 or Nasdaq100 or any other market index is not the same nor the same ranking as it was a year ago, 5 years ago, 10 years ago or more. The indexes that follow those markets are constantly getting rid of poor performers and adding better performers. The odds of picking individual stocks that beat a rebalanced average year over year over year is astronomically against you (unless you happen to be a senator or otherwise privy to a lot of insider information)

To use a sports analogy, what was the best team in the league 20 years ago isn't the same as it is now, and odds are very much against you to bet that the exact same team with the exact same roster is going to win the Superbowl year after year after year. Investing in broad market indexes is basically a way to bet on the performance of the 10 best teams in the NFL, and every season when a team performs poorly it will get dropped out of that list and replaced with a team that is performing better

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I can understand your frustration. I was running a company sometime ago with one marketer on my side. He was a big shot. But his team mates were just jumped up nobodies. Seriously. They would give me all sorts of corporate jargon to make it feel like we they are working hard on my business.

And when after one to two months of struggle with those guys I complained that senior marketing guy. He was astonished and said he will make things right.

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I work in brand partnerships at Tiktok. I led a small team and spent millions a month on paid social ads for the last several years prior to getting my job current role. My job now is to work with brands and figure out how to maximize their ad spend. The barrier to entry is really extremely low in this industry, and reading the comments on this post and others make it really clear. It's not as simple as saying, "oh, you currently pay $xx an hour to a freelancer? Try paying $200 and see how great of a job they do!" because that's not what you're asking. But I can say from experience that just because someone costs a lot doesn't mean they're going to be good.

A few things that jump out at me based on your post -

1.) Only caring about leads. This makes what you want to do extremely simple - run conversion ads on paid social and search. When you're figuring out who you want to hire and have an interview, ask for a general plan of how they'll set up your campaigns. Anyone that doesn't say they'll create a funnel from awareness to conversions to retargeting can be cut. Specifically see what they have to say about retargeting and remarketing. If it's not an emphasis move to the next candidate.

2.) When you were running the marketing yourself and were extremely in the weeds... How much were you spending a week? Brands that spend a million a month can spend 200k on AB testing, but are you trying to optimize based on insufficient data? If you only have enough ad spend for 50 conversions a week for example, you don't have enough to test the way best practices say you should. Without trying to make a ton of judgements here, every additional hire that doesn't work out makes it more likely that you're the problem and not them.

3.) "I often feel like I can do better, because I actually know my industry, and a bit more psychology since my skill set is in sales." This is probably true!!! The barrier of entry to media management is unbelievably low. The best 'marketers' make far more money in analytics, in sales, in leading a team, in working for a major brand with a guaranteed salary + benefits. I can see why you think there's an efficiency gap, but the fact is that the people you want to hire aren't the same kind of people to be prospecting potential clients for what effectively becomes $50 an hour if they get hired.

4.) Make it extremely clear what you want out of your hire before they start working for you. The reason you have people asking for headlines, demographic info, etc, is because that's just a basic level of info necessary for any job. You don't hand your broken phone to a repair person and say "fix it." You say, "My phone stopped working 3 days ago. The battery died quickly, the screen flashed white, x, y, and z." Spend 30 minutes and write up a google doc that can be shared with basic company info so the person you hired has the tools available to do a good job. "These are headlines that worked in the past, here's my previous customer list, etc." Make brand safety guidelines that can be shared. Without that, you're setting yourself up for the questions you're complaining about.

So all of that said, it's hard to find GOOD marketers because there aren't many. It's not that this work is hard, but it takes time and effort and that's hard to get in any industry. Because there aren't many GOOD marketers, you need to ask specific and detailed questions when making your hire. Also, you need to create docs to share important information once a hire is made. This is all just my opinion, so take it with a grain of salt, but I think you have a much better chance for success if you listen!

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That's a very important question.

I'm unsure if Hep B/C testing is normal before/during surgery, but the timing sounds like it was a valid test, but unnecessary and due to mistakes of the surgery team (which I'd think shouldn't be billed to OP).

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So sorry to hear about his situation, definitely not easy. I’m a case manager - he needs to be on Medicaid, as others have said, and it’s not a quick process but please reach out to his facility and have their social work team start this process. They can guide you, and be firm with them that he has no safe disposition after rehab. They cannot discharge him to unsafe conditions, so if you get the Medicaid process started, they can likely keep him there until he’s covered. Besides that, Medicaid can help with long term placement, home health aides, etc.

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He left SEGA last year, and the development team is almost all gone aswell.

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It sounds a little loaded how you're putting it but I can unload and dissect it a little if we're cool.

So, it's unprecedented ground for the company and they're paying slightly under market rates. And even then they're not sure of the amount of complexity and what they're paying for.

I am well positioned to accomplish things more effectively than if they hired anyone else to do it. There are also arbitrage advantages that I may be passing up on if it was passed on directly to the company.

What I'm offering could well be a service without having an in house team for them. They may not need or know how to handle that sort of overhead.

I can ensure that the team has a continuous stream of work outside of this first company.

Is it so hard to ask for a stepping stone?

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In my experience, OP likely runs a small local/regional business with a tiny little budget hiring fresh young cheap freelancers but is expecting to have top talent focusing on their business producing the kind of big agency work you get on Coke or Unilever or Ford, etc.

Client that spent 6-8 figures monthly in media budget are often LESS work than the dude with $5-20k gross.

At this point in my career, I’ll literally have to fire clients like this (or decline their rfp at the onset) because the cost of service is too high and it’s not profitable. Like no, I’m not giving you my best experienced team members to work round the clock for you for pennies, all while you verbally abuse them and disrespect business hours work/life balance.

Fair, maybe I’m projecting on this guy, but when you’re in the game long enough you can spot these types a mile away

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As a senior account manager or a marketing agency, this is 100% accurate. My team of 4, is managing 96 active campaigns and as a senior i generate 10-15 (well thought out) marketing strategies per week for prospective and active clients. It’s taxing and I just would love to focus on 5 of the bigger clients or clients who have the most room for growth. It’s honestly frustrating.

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Like others have said, it doesn't sound like you're paying for top quality.

Sounds like you're problem is creative volume. This is a huge problem in the industry because creating all that collateral takes so many man hours it's very expensive.

Therefore usually you're limited in the amount of headlines and copy you get.

Agencies are designed exactly as you describe. They're there to offload the work. They exist because they're cheaper than hiring 10 people in house.

That's their value prop.

Sounds like what you need is a CMO and internal team to produce you unlimited creative and push it out.

No single marketing person or agency can really give you what you want due to costs.

There are some ways to get around this, but you'll need to be the expert. Which is what you are upset about lol

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>How do you find actually skilled marketing professionals who know more than just fundamental navigation?

Great question. The simple answer is that it's a lot harder than you think it is and requires a team of people.

You seem like a "jack of all trades" kind of person that hasn't figured out that you're not superman yet and simply do not have the time to do everything that needs to be done in a day.

I used to be the same way until I realized that I could do it all myself, but if I tried, I wouldn't actually move forward at all and would just endlessly "spin my tires."

I think maybe your approach is bad and you should try building your own team of people accomplish the goals you want to achieve.

Also, you are describing advertising and marketing, at least to me, is a totally different subject. Granted that's probably not the issue, but I've found that people who want marketing, but pay for advertising, are on the wrong track. If your marketing is not "on point" then advertising is not going to fix it.

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In marketing we have strategists and tacticians. Strategists will understand your goals, your industry, audience, and design marketing plans based on the data they have. Tacticians then take the marketing plan and execute on it. They get into the weeds and navigate all the moving parts of a strategy. Strategists often start off as tacticians and build strategy their experience over their careers.

It sounds to me that you're dealing with a lot of tacticians so consider looking for more senior level marketing people. Good agencies will have a team of strategists and tacticians to work with you. BUT it all comes at a cost so as long as you're willing and able to pay, it shouldnt be that hard.

Before you do though, make sure you know exactly what you want to achieve through markting. If you know what your specific business objective is, you'll find it easier to deal with marketers. I recommend using the SMART goal paradigm. Super easy and I always made my clients frame their goals as smart goals during my days as a consultant.

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If you can afford it, which I'd argue OP clearly can not then unfortunately you would probably take that job to make it work.

There are a ton of low skilled jobs that pay more than minimum wage. This is anecdotal but I work for a large grocery retailer and even cashiers here start at $15. But to be fair things are a hell of a lot more expensive now than when you and I went to school. Most of my team that is young either goes to college or went to college and I have no idea how someone would live in a nice safe apartment, if they wanted to live by themselves, on a part time job that doesn't pay decently.

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A stranger on reddit shouldn't be the one telling you what the problems are.

I looked at the page for less than 5 minutes and could write a full page of problems.

Overlooking small things, especially on an e-commerce site, is an easy way to loose a potential customers trust.

These aren't hidden, secret "developer only" things - these are very simple things that any web developer and/or site owner (in this case, you) should have caught before going live.

Not knowing furthers my original point, you aren't setup for success. You need a proper team.

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The other team is BAD, my team GOOD

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Let's think about this in context of a basketball organization.

GM: "I'm looking for players who produce on the court."

You: "Well what do you produce?"

GM: "I'm not out there rebounding or shooting threes, but I provide judgement and make good decisions that helps make money for shareholders of this basketball team."

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It won’t crash now that so many investors are in the market, we’ll have a flash recession so the midterms go red… the market will know nothing can get done and the rates will magically come down with the red team running for 2024 on eliminating regulations to fix inflation

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I've seen you post this site many times across different subs with different stories.

Regardless, your website... while on the surface looks nice, clean and professional is hardly finished or functional.

If a company half-asses their website, there's no way I'm giving them money to half-ass my order/product/service.

If you want to get to 100K in monthly sales, you gotta hire a team, even a small one for quality control (if nothing else)

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He would benefit from a palliative care team. They can help facilitate this as well. I would find out his insurance situation and go from there.

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well to start i would say your finances have to be in order as well as your business partner. almost like both of you could do it on your own but if you team up it’s less of a financial burden and you can grow faster, together. that’s the way i look at it. my business partner/friend brings a lot to the table and we’ll as i do in my situation so it just seems like the logical thing to do. one hand rises the other.

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Take him to the hospital. If he's truly that size, he should be considered for withdrawal of nutrition via peg and be made dnr/dni comfort measures only, placed on hospice again and allowed to die a dignified death.

If social work at the facility is dropping the ball, it can be handled in a few days at hospital. I don't condone using medical facilities this way, but it's probably your best bet as it sounds like there have been multiple lapses in his care by him, his medical team, and your gf for not tidying things up.

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I only handle inbound calls, so what I wrote is from people who call us. Our outbound team though calls every person in collections.

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thinking about doing this with a friend i’ve know for about 10 years. we were never very close but hung out with mutual friends and such. in recent years i’ve had him repair a couple properties for me and also he did a ton of repair work for my father who owns like 15 properties.

i asked him if he wanted to buy a cheap duplex together a fix it up. i’m pretty handy myself and have done a ton of renovation work on my properties but my friend does it for a living so he could handle anything i couldn’t really besides major electrical or plumbing issues. we might work out deal we’re i put down more money on the deal and materials but he does a lot more of the harder repair work and i help with the more cosmetic stuff.

he agrees we could make a good team and could probably start in the spring but he’s currently buying his first house right now (we’re both mid twenty’s).

please and feed back on this would be appreciated. we’re friends but we have done business together without any problems for about two years.

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You can beat the market if you have inside or near-inside information. I'll give you a sports metaphor. Say there are two college football teams that are about to play in the national championship. A bunch of people use all the information they have and decide on which team will win. Then they use a sports betting app or Vegas sports book to gamble. If most people think that team A will win, the people who bet on team B will want more money to bet on the less likely team. Mathematically, a 10% chance of $100 is equal to a 100% chance of $10. Ultimately, you can't "beat the market" because the market factors in the collective knowledge of all participants.

But say you look out the window and see that the quarterback of the favorite team get hit by a truck. You see he broke his leg, but survived. Now you pull out your app and make a huge bet on the other team. You will shift the odds on the game by yourself. When others find out this information too, they'll also bet on team B and see them as the new favorite. Now you can close your bet by making a bet on team A. Now you are guaranteed a set profit regardless of which team wins or loses.

The same thing applies to stocks. All information is reflected in stock prices. Millions of people have studied companies and have come to what they think is a fair price. If it's low, they'll buy more and push the price up. If it's too high, they'll sell and drive the stock price low. Then it's just an even money gamble on which team will win (or how a stock will perform). The only way to beat the market is to have information that others don't know (e.g., that a company's top executive is about to be fired for sexual harassment). Once everyone knows, the market will reflect the prices. But if you know first, you can make money.

Most people don't have inside information (which is illegal to trade on). They also don't have near-inside information (like seeing the QB getting hit by a truck in public first). So we can't beat the market. The best we can do is VTI, VOO, VXUS, SPY, etc. We get the equity risk premium of investing in a risky asset, but nothing else. If all the companies in S&P 500 produce $100 in profit, and there are 100 shareholders, you will get $1. You invest because you're actually buying a company that actually sells products and that's where all the money comes from (distributed via capital gains, buy backs, dividends, etc.). When people talk about beating the market, they're talking about beating other investors in the market. You get $5 because someone else loses $5. This is hard/impossible to do consistently. Everyone can win a coin flip in the short term, but in the long run, you'll win 50% of the time and lose 50% of the time. You can't beat the market without better information.

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I live in Mexico, and work often with the design team of pennsylvania, and they say that the houses over there are between 100-200k, here are in 300-400k , thats just a pain in the ass

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Coding is complex and such a mis understood thing if you don’t exactly know what you’re reviewing and looking at. Software Managers won’t even go through their own team members code and try to understand it specifically. Because this could take weeks. Tick Toks code base must be absolutely massive. This oughta be interesting.

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Coding is so complex and mid easily understood thing if you don’t exactly know what you’re reviewing and looking at. Software manages won’t even go through their own team members code and try to understand it, because the almost can’t without weeks of time. Tick Toks code base must be absolutely massive. This oughta be interesting.

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I work for a pretty large mortgage lender and i don't know if they handle everything the same way we do, but: if someone tells us we don't have permission to record them, we are required to disconnect our call like ASAP. Also if we add you to the internal do not contact system, it takes 30-45 days to go into effect. Lastly, if you threaten to contact a lawyer, we have to loop in a special team in regards to your complaint so they can investigate and try to 'resolve' the issue. Hopefully this information helps!

Also, I would get on the national do not call registry, it might take a little bit of time to go into effect, but it can help prevent this situation in the future.

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Wendy’s has a great marketing team for roasting the shit out of people. It would be nice to see what they say about this.

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Fuck I think homelander is going to team up with soldier boy

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So you want to do the job he's paying you to do, you want to charge him more money to do it as an independent contractor, and then you keep the team?

Am I understanding that correctly?

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I’ve personally seen that. I work in tech and have seen apps that generate 10 to 20k a year while having a team of 7 people, all paid over $100k. I know basic finance and came from marketing and watch these people lie to themselves. These apps then get flipped for millions. Banks, VC, SPACs go wild based on the relations to the CEO and just give them whatever. Financial evaluations for tech are given weird special status where unprofitability is priced in to a facade of user metrics and it’s perfectly legal. There’s a lot of Enron like behaviour where how people speak becomes increasingly evasive.

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IMO, digital is a tactic and growth is a strategy. For example, you can use digital marketing to try to help retain existing customers or acquire new ones (the former isn't necessarily growth, the latter is). Growth is a cross-discipline strategy in that you can use digital marketing, sales enablement, account-based marketing levers, etc. to make it happen.

Despite saying this, I'm not a huge fan of all these lines marketers put up between types of marketing. Brand marketing feed lead generation and vice versa. It's helpful to understand what type of marketing you are doing so you have a healthy mix to get the marketing flywheel turning, but I feel if you spend too much time putting what you do into buckets, you start trying to achieve your goals with a very narrow set of tactics specific to that discipline.

As for metrics, I feel it really depends on your specific organization, manager, and team set up. Personally, I care a lot about contributions to bookings (e.g. did I generate a lead that wouldn't have been generated via other channels or did I help accelerate an existing opportunity). It's helpful to understand the various touch points that got us that lead (search, events, sales, content, etc.) to prioritize how we go to market.

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Team chicken legs checkin in

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Look for a medium sized business with a marketing team. Often a business like this has photography needs, but the marketing team is still small enough where anyone on the team gets exposed to many different aspects of marketing.

For instance, I manage a team of 10 for a brand that does e-commerce sales. We have a full time photographer that does social media content, website photos, lifestyle photos, etc. But he is also involved in almost all strategy conversations about what we are doing, why and how we are doing it.

Find a collaborative small team where members wear multiple hats.

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Feel sad just for me because I am the one who is losing rent here compared to the market. My tenant knows very well she is taking advantage of the fact that she is a good tenant and I have day job so I don't want bad tenants. Anyway, the current extension is for one year. If the market is just the same, the rents may go up to 4200 or more, and in that case, the hassle of kicking her out will be worth it. At least, it will be worth for me to call her bluff out. My hunch is, she may consider raising the rent. Anyway, will cross the bridge when I get there.

In any case, the point of my comment was that good tenants usually get to pay less rent because landlords (especially those who own and manage their own properties) tend to be kind to those tenants. For a property management company, there is a team already in place collecting paychecks - so they don't give a shit if they have to put the house on the market - they get more money for renting effort as well as bigger cut off the rent.

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Take a look at UIPathuipath. It's mostly no-code, they provide free training (look under resources), and they have community resources where you can talk to other learners and share what you build, even meet in person. As with anything, there is a learning curve but if you can apply it to invoice processing (a perfect use case) you can develop a career around implementing automations with it. A company I used to work for has a whole team of UIPath developers who work with various other departments on streamlining processes, eliminating errors, and automating tasks. They get to do interesting work and they get paid bank. Automations require maintenance, so don't think that once an automation is built the company will no longer need you. If your employer already has a skills development program, your boss should have no problem having you set aside a couple hours a week to learn it.

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Any experience negotiating a nice severance package when accepting a new job?

I had a final round interview for a new job and seems like it went well. Not 100% sure I'll take an offer if I get one, but would like to negotiate this in if I do take an offer. It would be my first real management position, but the team I would manage is mostly international and it's on a newer tech development that doesn't make any money yet. The director says it's about 3 years out from being profitable, meanwhile the rest of the companies product lines do make money. Seems like with a recession/downturn, this could be one of the first departments to get axed.

Right now I'm a technical lead for a very secure job with no threats of layoffs and pretty comfortable.

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Mets pitcher Max Scherzer while on a rehab assignment in the minor leagues gave each team member a free pair of Apple AirPods and the media is praising his generosity as if he's Jesus. This guy makes $43 million per year. Therefore, its the equivalent of someone making about $107k per year handing out a $1 pack of gum.

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Project manager. Large companies will have a project management team, you work with marketers and marketing operations, lots of meetings, but also lots of opportunities to learn about different parts of marketing. Most PMs are excel/smart sheet wizards.

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I was born dirt poor and joined the Marines to escape that life. That and hard work paid for my college and eventual success (52 and 3-5 years from a very comfy retirement).

I always said I wanted my daughter to pay for her own education, but along the way I’ve managed to save enough to pay for her undergrad at our state school. She will have a free ride there, or she can use that money toward a private school and finance the rest. She’s a smart kid and already said she’s going to ORegon State, as they have a great engineering/robotics program, plus an equestrian team.

She’s going to need to go to grad school, but she will find a job with tuition reimbursement and she will be in a strong financial position in life.

We’re also not trying to accumulate generational wealth and intend to spend our money on a very active and enjoyable retirement, while ensuring we don’t outlive our money 😬

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What's your opinion on QUBT? Quantum Computing is a field , with a lot of potential and right now, there are just a few players. Of course IBM is also in, but I think QUBT has a brilliant team which develops first applications and use cases and could have a great position, even if they will be bought up from a bigger player.

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Don't get too excited bulls because little do you know Drill team 6 was celebrating 4th of July too and they will resume work next week

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Thats why we are the dream team

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I’m interested! I’m trying to break into product marketing. I’m currently in a product marketing adjacent role at my company that is focused on success team enablement, but I have experience with GTM, alpha/beta testing, messaging, training sales/success.

I’ve been interviewing for associate PMM roles and it has been going well so far, but I am definitely feeling like it would help if I understood the marketing org as a whole a bit more. I have an interview with my dream company the week after next and am looking for ways to prepare!

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Everything you can or cannot do is dictated by the 401k Summary Plan Description document which all employees have access to (check your HR or 401k web portals for a copy).

The 401k plan administrator (not HR) is the authoritative source on information because they will actually process the in-service transactions, if allowed by plan rules.

If your 401k is managed by Fidelity then ask the front-line call agent to transfer you to the specific team that handles After-Tax 401k conversions.

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At my first job in engineering, I worked at BellSouth Cellular’s R&D Lab. This was a relative new lab, just a few years old.

I assisted with the development of a new phone. Motorola was producing the phone for us, so we worked hand in hand with their development team. In The Lab had this idea that we wanted to be the only company with this product. Motorola was literally publishing everything we did back out to the industry and actively working to create competition. Following their lead, we started seeking out vendors for low end and high end versions of this phone.

Competition is important. If you are the only company doing something, you have to explain it to everyone in your marketing. If there is no competition, it might be because there isn’t a market for that product.

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For those that are unaware - TestFlight is for Apple Devices, it’s basically a way for the Developers/team making the app to provide a way for users to test changes without having to publish their changes to the App Store (which would go out to the public). Depending on how they’ve set it up, TestFlight also allows them to send these changes out without the formal App Store review process

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Honestly I've really liked being at an agency so far, but I don't think that would be the same for everyone. The best career move will always be the one that gets you a combination of good compensation and opportunity to grow your skills and knowledge. That could be a huge company in-house team, it could be an agency, it could be the next big startup, or it could even be a small company looking to finally start pushing its marketing efforts. Know what you want, know what the role truly entails, and have an idea of whether it's a final stop or a stepping stone- and if it is a stepping stone, have an idea of where to. If a place has what you want or will get you where you want, it's the right choice, regardless of anyone else's opinion.

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I work in B2B growth marketing. Having the knowledge to set up a lead conversion funnel is especially valuable in any sales/revenue focused organization in my opinion. It’s obviously not a 1-1 comparison in B2B vs. B2C, but if you have the skills to track marketing touch points and optimize a conversion funnel in general, you can likely do it anywhere. One thing I’d encourage you to do is learn how upper funnel metrics tie to lower funnel metrics (e.g. SQLs, Opportunities, Bookings, etc.) and how to align with a sales team to improve them.

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>Somebody mentioned weaning off therapy the other day, and it got me thinking:
> >Anybody used a "life coach?" Therapy is for fixing things that are broken. At this point, I'm mostly patched up, but it's a waste of a therapist's time to work on things like "how do I navigate workplace politics better?" or "what's a good way to start networking?" Questions that require back and forth and psychology and experience and a long time to answer, but aren't pressing medical issues.
> >I'm getting to the point in my career where growth requires developing and wielding influence, professional networking, etc. The few people I know who are good at it were raised to be so or lucked into a great mentor. I didn't have that kind of upbringing. Dale Carnegie is a great starting point, but that's 101.
> >Basically, I was too much of an asshole when starting out professionally to attract a mentor naturally and too old now for people to offer mentorship. Thinking about hiring somebody to help sand down my rough parts. Any tips?

I am in a very similar position. The best I've experienced is when my former employer hired a coach for our entire team. He worked with us on an individual and team basis and was very stellar. Cool dude too.

Haven't spoken with him in some years now, and I'm too antisocial to find a person the "normal" way. It's limited my career in ways, but also would open doors I'm not sure I would want to step through anyway, so I just kind of keep on keeping on.

Anyway, sorry I don't have any advice but I'm sure if it's something that you really want you'll find somebody. There are lots of options these days. Best of luck!

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Plunge protection team in action

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Great advice. I’ve had the chance to help a couple direct reports with their careers, but my team is currently very lean so less internal opportunities.

A supportive manager is one of the best ways to receive tangible mentorship, which is why I’d recommend anyone prioritize joining a company with a boss who supports their development.

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yeah they are a good football team

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You refuse to teach new people skills because you are too good to waste your time teaching. In turn, you came onto this sub to ask others to teach you how to convince your boss you don't want to teach or be a team player.

Seems hypocritical.

Marketing isn't a one man band (unless you are a one man band, those people are talented), go have a slice of humble pie and realize someone dedicated time to teaching you as well.

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Over the years I've seen how distribution businesses like this work.

The really big distributors try to hedge their bets by being a distributor for every big brand of widget (eg. every big brand of battery power back) They realise if they have just one brand - the risk increases.

Now armed with a diverse brand portfolio, they get their sales team to pound the phones selling to other big distributors. They don't care much for the end-user market. Most won't even care about the mom and pop or small reseller. They go after big high volume resellers with intense focus.

That is a possible recipe to scale your business.

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I initially like their store and user engagement number and brought in at the SPAC, but got out after first earning report seeing their cash burn. When I saw ARKK getting in, I revisited and it told me Cathie Woods team did not know how to read a balance sheet. The management is not good they are salesmen selling a sinking ship.

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Than you for the quote. Sure sounds like somebody ready and willing to lay people off.

Jobs market is going to tighten up everywhere. A companies better people are the ones likely to secure a good job in that kind of environment and are the first ones to leave. The lower performers have no other options and so they hang on until they’re let go.

I work for a Fortune 500 tech company and was shocked to hear a couple years ago (pre-Covid) that one of our SW developers (not even a particularly senior one) was sent to a jobs fair at a local college and licensed to offer Sophomore SW engineering students jobs on the spot for when they graduated. Was tough to find people pre Covid even. This doesn’t seem like a great way to find good engineers. As it turns out we now have a lot of young engineers on the team that are lazy, unmotivated, and not very good at their jobs. I would expect most companies have their fair share of these sorts of folks and that finding people to show the door will be fairly easy at first. Cutting out this deadwood will make them stronger.

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To be honest if you have all of these skills you can be beast in marketing. If you are asking specifically, this is answer;

For Personal branding- communication
For working as professional marketer in any company - Analytical
As executive/manager of marketing team - Decision making

See almost every company hires marketers with all of these skills, so try strengthening all of them😉

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I have a slightly different way of looking at this because I used to trade commodities for a fund and I’ve seen “beating the market” in action.

The real bet the farm types in the stock market are hedge funds. They use leverage to generate outsized returns during the good times and then shut down during the bad times. Equity hedge funds charge greedy people for the privilege of gambling their money for them. For the rest of us they are providing price discovery and volatility that helps passive investors as others have noted.

Most of the stock pickers out there are investment managers. Respectable investment managers are offering sector specific funds or they are large pensions that have a team of sector specific managers who they hope will beat the market. One example I’m familiar with is TRS (Teacher Retirement System of Texas). I don’t think they’ve consistently beaten the market overall, but I do think they have star managers who have beaten their sector-specific benchmarks by doing diligent research on a small portfolio of companies and picking the right ones more often than the wrong ones. Make no mistake, these guys are grinders. They are CFAs who scour the public filings and meet with company management to get any sort of edge. They get paid for performance so they are motivated too.

The big problem is that you can’t replicate what one of those guys does with a small subset of the market for the entire market. Its not a matter of intelligence. There’s just not enough time in the day, especially if you already have a full time job. And more often than not when they put a team of good sector-specific guys together to create a broad portfolio, it ends ups looking like an expensive version of what you can get at Vanguard.

So can you beat the market? Yes. Should you try to beat the market with your retirement savings? No. This is coming from someone with experience inside the world of professional investment. Passive investing rocks!

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Snapchat meeting

CEO: money is tight so let’s add a 5 second ad to every 10 seconds of content…

Snapchat team: -claps hysterically-

6 months later, Snapchat is losing members and going down the shitter

Snapchat: suprised pikachu face

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Well, I would suggest thinking about a top of mind strategy.

Mostly because the b2b client doesn't take the decision on the spot compared to a b2c client.

Be it digital or traditional, make sure they know that your brand can:

  • save time
  • provide easier ways to do x things
  • be more productive, etc.

We could go deeper in lead conversion but that would be more for the sales team. Albeit, I would strongly recommend to interact with them and make sure you transmit the message they transmit.

Moreover, you can learn the pains from the sales people and adapt the campaigns.

All in all, is not harder just a bit more focused on the long term conversion / lead generation.

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This ain't no movement you fuckin mouthbreather. Trading is not a team support.

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Care to be more specific and let us know what part of the company they worked for? I heard many of the layoffs came from their FSD labeling team since their auto-labeling is getting better and better all the time.

But I always keep my eyes and ears open for other accountings.

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I think her research team is disruptive. Runs risky ultra growth funds, some way too concentrated imho. But she has vision and smarts.
Her funds don’t aim to hedge or handle bear markets; they aim for explosive growth lottery. Whoever buys, should read the prospectuses.

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I heard Michael Burry had a sticky short squeeze nofap abortion with plunge protection team as the priest while he did cocaine, ate a ghost pepper, drink choccy milk, read a k8 and lost it all. !guh sell sell sell sell

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i work at IG and can comfirm tiktok is definitely in our team discussions

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Poor outlook is poor outlook. If you lie and pretend like numbers will be ok and they turn out shit your loss is going to be a lot bigger. Not only will you take the hit but you'll also be viewed as an incompetent management team that couldn't forecast properly.

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Your idea is worthless.

The value comes in the execution of the idea, not the idea itself.

Nobody pays for an idea. Individuals and companies pay for solutions to problems.

If all you have is an idea, you have nothing. Ideas are not patentable (at least not in the United States).

If you lack the resources to turn your idea into a product, team up with someone who does.

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Sklz - worst part is, I head it in spac and didn’t sell when it hit a 250% increase. Now I’m down 90% original investment. I believed in the business model, I still do, but shit management team and a shit company.

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How are the poor and rich going to tag team anal pound the middle? You are thinking this out, the rich and poor teamed up, decades ago.

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So as long as you know everyone’s salaries it’s fine. But other people don’t deserve the same information. Sounds like you’re a real team player.

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I think this kinda goes hand in hand with what OP is asking though right? You can find a job that’s OK-good and work the next 20+ years of your life hitting milestones, or you can find a job that pays a small fortune and do the same money in a few years, so long as you can live with it.

I think a good example of this is a family member of mine managed to get into sales of mining equipment when he was straight out of school, made commission on 2 million+ trucks etc. barely anything in the way of prerequisites or educational expenses. He did it for a few years and by the end I’m pretty sure he hated it… but now he’s out of the job, he used to race remote control cars when he was younger, now he runs a racing team as the driver and spends his days on the track in a skyline. It’s a bit of a toss up, might be hard to say exactly who’s lead the overall happier life, but very easy to say a lot of people would be envious of his position.

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I had a 5 team parlay, 4 out of 5 hit. The Red Sox blew a 4 point lead.

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Chess team

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I’ve been in B2B tech marketing for 10 years, I always need photos for different projects and content I create. You can use stock photos from sites like iStock but they always look like crap. Whenever I have someone on the team that likes photography as a hobby it’s great bc we’ll go capture our own photos with scenes that fit our exact needs. I pay for photographers sometimes but nice to have someone in house to just grab shots randomly.

All of this to say - photography skills can come in handy to help make your marketing work better. In experience photo skills have been a fun / nice to have, not really part of the job requirement, but certainly helpful.

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Her and hubby are a dream team.

She knows what laws are passing, he has the institutional power, liquidity and access to financial instruments to be able to capitalize.

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You hate like the worst team in baseball my guy

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Define “belly up.” Are they actually filing for bankruptcy or just closings? In bankruptcy, you probably won’t have much luck. Customers who have prepaid for services become unsecured creditors, which are lower in the pecking order than the bankruptcy team, secured creditors, the taxman, and employees.

I would: 1a. Send a nice email asking for a refund 1b. Request chargeback from CC co 2. Send grumpy letter (or have lawyer friend do it) 3. File small claims suit

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I'll do that! Should I address that request to the doctor, or to the administrative/billing team that I've been working with?

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Good sign for you. Losing the Super Bowl still means you're a good team and have a pretty good chance of winning the next one.

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The dumpster behind Wendy’s marketing team is really playing 4D chess

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Honestly, I dragged my feet a little in applying to a new place. I was at this company for two and a half years and felt like I was “safe” to take my time and figure out what I want to do because of positive reviews, how well I did, etc.

I completely get what you’re saying. I find job hunting mentally draining, especially while working. I was undervalued, but regularly praised by my team / manager, so I thought I would get the promotion… but they have it to the executive’s nephew and I just got laid off.

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This right here, if you can’t be doing more than basic DD you should NOT be buying a stock. You need to dive deep into the company and know how they make money, how they are going to continued to make money. What types of head winds could they face? What does the balance sheet look like? Check out their investor relations page dive deep into that, read their earnings releases see where the company is going. Ask yourself is the management team making sound choices for the company?

These are just some of the questions you should be asking yourself before you invest. That and why you want to invest in this company.

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