The GrowthTLDR Podcast. Weekly Conversations on Business Growth.

The GrowthTLDR Podcast. Weekly Conversations on Business Growth.

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The GrowthTLDR podcast is a weekly interview series with both leaders and practitioners who have real knowledge to share on what it takes to grow a business. Unlike most podcasts, we don’t just focus on tips and tricks. We get to know the real story behind their success. And we try to have fun while doing it. Sick and tired of the same old boring business chat? Then listen to an episode of the GrowthTLDR, you won’t regret it. If you’re interested in being on the show, e-mail kieran@growthtldr.com.

In this episode of the GrowthTLDR, we talk to Shane Murphy-Reuter, who heads up marketing for Intercom. Shane leads a marketing team of +70 people at Intercom, helping the company to move upmarket.

We talk to Shane about paid advertising and how companies can more effectively split their budget across direct and brand advertising. We get into how most B2B brands don’t do brand advertising well and give examples of companies who excel in that area.

We then discuss the three categories of paid advertising, brand, problem, and product, and how companies should use them.

Happy Growing!

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