Marketing agency Craft Inbound has announced that it is opening up its full Tech stack and SOP library to qualified start-ups who apply to their free mentorship program. Having launched dozens of companies the move comes as part of Craft Inbound’s initiative to help level the playing field for startups. Most companies don’t have tens of thousands of dollars to spend on software each month – let alone the time to research and learn to use all the technology they need to help them scale.
NEW YORK, July 31, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — A tech stack is a combination of software products and tools that are used to create a complete digital marketing campaign. For example, in the case of social media marketing, a tech stack can help startups to save time and money by providing a comprehensive suite of tools that can be used to create and manage content, track analytics, and more.
By offering access to its full tech stack, Craft Inbound is giving startups a significant leg up in the competitive world of social media marketing. The tech stack includes a number of powerful content creation, marketing automation, analytics, SERP tracking, PPC management, social media, sales enablement, and customer support. These tools will help startups to save time and money by streamlining the entire marketing and lead or sales generation process.
Software Stacks without instructions are just digital paperweights, so Craft Inbound is opening up its own internal library of standard operating procedures and video instructions for over 30 different types of proven sales funnels. Startups can apply for the program by filling out an online mentorship application. The application process is simple, and takes only a few minutes to complete. Startups that are selected for the program will be given access to the full tech stack, as well as a number of other resources and support from Craft Inbound.
ALEXANDER BARTOSCH, Craft Inbound, 201 793 7379, email@example.com
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