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The Only Catch: You Need a Trustworthy Gut

The Only Catch: You Need a Trustworthy Gut

  • Have a list of channels and tactics that seem to be working, and that you continually invest in
  • Have a secondary list of experimental channels/tactics where you're investing until you prove a hypothesis
  • Fundamentally understand your customers' top of funnel behaviour.
  • Keep track of enough analytics to be able to spot a disaster.
  • Trust your gut instincts.
  • You can get better results by trusting your gut and doing the work.


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