Over the past few years, the role of the marketer has swiftly shifted from creative brand agent to key revenue driver. With new job descriptions like Growth Hacker and Chief Revenue Officer becoming more and more common, it’s no secret that companies are relying on marketing teams more than ever to send revenue up and to the right.
Picking apart questions like “how do we grow faster?” or “where should we focus our marketing spend?” are fundamental questions that marketers deal with daily. But what if you had a tool that could answer those questions for you so that you could focus on executing the solutions that drive sales?
What if you knew exactly the type of content you should be creating? What if you knew where to place your ads and how much money to spend on them? What if you knew which affiliates were bringing more revenue to your competitors, and how to tap into their networks, too?