Cloud Marketing 101

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You pour blood, sweat and tears into your API, open source and weekend projects - let's make sure they get the attention they deserve! We'll go through real-world examples of tactics developers can do to attract attention to their work. Beyond growth hacking and that first post to Hacker News, we'll look at high-value marketing maneuvers that will drive usage, but won't make you feel like a dirty huckster.

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  • Its extremely powerful for attracting target users and keeping them engaged with your workGoal: get in peoples heads and stay there
  • 50/50 headlineKeywords should refer back to your positioningSEO is complicated – Moz Beginners GuideWhatever social network is relevant to your market
  • Its extremely powerful for attracting target users and keeping them engaged with your workGoal: get in peoples heads and stay there
  • Email Notifications / Auto FollowbackSome of our biggest hits have been blander than wonder bread. It's scary to reuse content or tweet the same thing to target different timezones...do it anyway.
  • 50/50 headlineKeywords should refer back to your positioningSEO is complicated – Moz Beginners Guide
  • 300k+ impressions = $106 Last 30 days
  • 50/50 headlineKeywords should refer back to your positioningSEO is complicated – Moz Beginners Guide
  • What is Marketing?
  • What is Marketing?
  • What is Marketing?
  • Cloud Marketing 101

    1. 1. (Cloud) Marketing 101 Claire Hunsaker, @chunsaker VP Marketing & Business Development, @goStormpath
    2. 2. This is for you if… • Open Source Project • Startup with New Product/Service • Marketing asked you to pitch in • Starting out on your Own!
    3. 3. agenda • Positioning: What They Teach at Stanford Is Wrong • Content: Beyond Hacker News • Tools: A Marketer’s IDE • Retargeting: Ten Bucks Well Spent • Resources FTW! Lastly, The Most Important Thing…
    4. 4. Positioning Learn more at Stormpath.com
    5. 5. “For (target customer) who (statement of need or opportunity), the (product name) is a (product category) that (key benefit/compelling reason to buy). Unlike (primary alternative), our product (differentiation).” - Geoffrey Moore, Crossing the Chasm
    6. 6. “For developers who are stuck building user management… again Stormpath is a user management API that is easy to use, secure and scalable, and unlike rolling your own Stormpath isn’t a massive pain in the ass.” - Geoffrey Moore, Crossing the Chasm
    7. 7. “(Target customers) experience pain (type of pain), and we’re so much (adjective), they will happily pay us instead of (primary alternative).” Learn more at Stormpath.com
    8. 8. “Developers experience pain building, scaling and maintaining user management, and we’re so much more easy, secure and scalable, they will happily pay us instead of rolling their own.” Learn more at Stormpath.com
    9. 9. Content: Beyond Hacker News Learn more at Stormpath.com
    10. 10. Content • Free • High Return on Time • Developers Are Great At It • Don’t need to pray to the HN gods Learn more at Stormpath.com
    11. 11. Good Content Has A Really Long Tail Learn more at Stormpath.com
    12. 12. Mostly from (Free!) organic Search Learn more at Stormpath.com
    13. 13. Making a Splash has Broad impact /Proggit Hit 20% Overall Traffic Increase Learn more at Stormpath.com
    14. 14. But it’s Hard to Engineer Learn more at Stormpath.com
    15. 15. free, organic Growth is Not* * …if you write good content Learn more at Stormpath.com
    16. 16. And The Long Tail Converts Better Learn more at Stormpath.com
    17. 17. 5 Hours to Blogging Awesome 1. Read up on writing good headlines 2. Build a Keyword list • Technologies, Features, Functions • Refer back to positioning 3. Read up on SEO 4. Set up Twitter, YouTube, and [Insert Here] 5. Brainstorm Five Ideas and Start Writing one of them! Learn more at Stormpath.com
    18. 18. Content ideas • New Technologies (however niche) • Something you tried and discarded • # Different Options • Don’t need to pray to the HN gods Learn more at Stormpath.com
    19. 19. Writing Good Headlines
    20. 20. Twitter Domination • Work your followers • A/B test • Followback • Attribute! • Be Bland • Reuse Learn more at Stormpath.com
    21. 21. Content you don’t control 1. Comments • Key websites • [Insert Relevant Social Network Here] 2. Hacker News 3. Integrations Learn more at Stormpath.com
    22. 22. Retargeting: if You only Have $10 Learn more at Stormpath.com
    23. 23. Remarketing FTW • Brand • Project
    24. 24. The Marketer’s iDE Learn more at Stormpath.com
    25. 25. Tools to Make Friends With • Google Analytics, your BFF • AdWords • HootSuite / SocialBro • Optimizely • Bootstrap + Jekyll • A sharing plugin like AddThis • Wine/Beer/Tequila Learn more at Stormpath.com
    26. 26. Resources Learn more at Stormpath.com
    27. 27. Practitioners: Occam’s Razor - kaushik.net Hiten Shah - hitenism.com Moz.com (SEO All the Things) Blogs: Mailchimp, Kissmetrics, Optimizely blogs Twitter: @stripe, @1Password GrowthHacking: Neil Patel - quicksprout.com Andrew Chen - andrewchen.co Learn more at Stormpath.com
    28. 28. The Most important Thing Learn more at Stormpath.com
    29. 29. Listen To Your users! And respond to them. Learn more at Stormpath.com
    30. 30. Learn more at Stormpath.com
    31. 31. Learn more at Stormpath.com
    32. 32. Learn more at Stormpath.com
    33. 33. Good Positioning + Consistent Execution + Known Tactics Learn more at Stormpath.com
    34. 34. q & A Learn more at Stormpath.com
    35. 35. Get in Touch • Get Support: support@stormpath.com • Live Chat on Stormpath.com • Call Stormpath: (888) 391-5282 Claire Hunsaker claire@stormpath.com (650) 539-8051 Learn more at Stormpath.com

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