Rohan Ayyar

Rohan Ayyar

Analyst. Strategist. Resultist.
Rohan Ayyar works at E2M, a premium digital marketing firm specializing in creative content strategy, web analytics and conversion rate optimization for startups. He is an avid blogger, with posts featured on MarketingProfs, Social Media Today and Business Insider, among other places.

6 Recent Stories

Old School Marketing Platforms That Still Resonate in Our Digital World
Marketing

Old School Marketing Platforms That Still Resonate in Our Digital World

In the frenzy to master online marketing, don't forget people still watch TV, listen to radio and read billboards.
Tight Budget Launch Dilemma - Outsource or DIY?
Starting a Business

Tight Budget Launch Dilemma - Outsource or DIY?

The self-funded entrepreneur can neither afford to outsource everything or do things poorly.
8 Tips for Marketing Success on a Self-Funded Budget
Marketing

8 Tips for Marketing Success on a Self-Funded Budget

Time is what you need to spend when your shoestring startup has no marketing budget. With patience and persistence, you will build the loyal audience you need to succeed.
Before You Scale Your Business Decide on the Life You Want
Grow Your Business

Before You Scale Your Business Decide on the Life You Want

Taking your business to the next level is first about knowing what sort of life you want to lead
Embrace the Soft Launch
Grow Your Business

Embrace the Soft Launch

For the typical start up, the less splashy the launch the better the chances of quietly refining the product and finding the first customer.
Actually, You Don't Need VC Funding to Succeed
Money

Actually, You Don't Need VC Funding to Succeed

It is a rare startup that has the backing of venture capital fund, so forget about wooing investors and concentrate on wooing customers with your unique selling proposition.

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