“I’ve worked with everyone at RolloutSF. They’re skilled professionals who can handle any website or marketing project, and their innovative, flexible team approach is a great solution for companies in the fast-paced start-up world. I’m sure RolloutSF will be an asset to anyone smart enough to hire them.”

—Freddy Mangum, SaaS Executive

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RolloutSF: Get it right the first time

Every company wants to be successful, but do they know how to become successful? A company might have the market cornered, great talent, and lots of money, and still fail. How does this happen?

“If you don’t have the time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over?” — John Wooden


Five Steps to Maximize Your Marketing Budget

Maximizing your marketing budget is all about making the key decisions and making them at the right time. Creating a marketing budget can be challenging, and some top execs will simply delegate the task to others. But our experience shows that the executive team of a well-balanced company will create a budget that is in line with the current company needs and resources, their goals for growth, and ensure that the entire team fully understands what they are committing to for the coming year.

We’ve seen plenty of ways companies can waste marketing dollars. Here are five things that experience has taught us companies should always consider carefully and get right from the start.


How Experience Can Prevent Five Classic Startup Marketing Mistakes

With so many of today’s tech giants founded by people in their 20s, it’s easy to think that tech is a game for the young. New ideas! Youthful energy! Willingness to take risks! Even naiveté can be a virtue: not knowing “the way it’s always been done” can be an advantage.

Unfortunately, youthful energy and innovative ideas are not enough — as proven by the long list of failed startups. Even the idea that the young have an advantage in startups is questionable, in the light of recent research. Vivek Wadhwa, a researcher at the Rock Center for Corporate Governance, found that experience counts: the average age of successful founders is about 40, and people over 55 are about twice as likely to found a high-growth startup as people 20-34.


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