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Inside the Founder Institute: "Thought Leadership Marketing" by Rajesh Setty

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Posted by Jonathan Greechan on 2011-07-14

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Most startups don't have much, if any, money to spend on marketing and growing their audience. However, as Rajesh Setty explains in the video below, startups do have one asset that they can market for free - knowledge.

Rajesh Setty is an author, investor, and serial entrepreneur, and below is his lecture on "Thought Leadership Marketing" at the Silicon Valley Founder Institute. In the talk Rajesh explains how he stumbled upon thought leadership marketing while running sales at a cash-starved startup, and how the low conversion cost and barrier to entry makes this method particularly useful for early stage companies. He also provides a clear, step by step path to "becoming the default" thought leader in your market in order to grow your audience. 

If you like the talk, follow Rajesh on Twitter or check out his blog here as well.  


SVFI August 24: Marketing & Sales - Rajesh Setty

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