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Nathan Van Zyl

Nathan Van Zyl
I spend most of my time defending my lunch from seagulls. The rest of my time is spent behind the scenes, figuring out ways to grow our agency and better serve the people we work with.
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Since the dawn of time, humans have used tools to make jobs and tasks more efficient. It all started with a couple of makeshift hammers and spears.

In June 2019, we launched our new awareness stage inbound marketing campaign, a series of blogs and free templates around the topic of content marketing.

There are a couple of really good reasons to calculate your customer acquisition costs (CAC), the best one is because of how important customer acquisition is to the overall sustainability and success of an organisation.

In the pursuit of growth and more customers, the single biggest improvement you can make is by implementing a CRM (customer relationship management) software.

Understanding your customer acquisition cost (CAC) is at the heart of growing your business in a scalable and profitable way.

Every business faces opportunity costs. We cannot pursue every campaign, every channel, or every market segment in order to acquire new customers.