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Every Sunday, DTC Expert Nik Sharma sends a tactical newsletter with over 15,273 investors, marketers, and operators.
- How to test launch a brand with $500 to test if it’ll work
- A 40+ page brand-launch deck with best practices
- How to lower paid media acquisition costs
- What Apple’s new update means for DTC advertising
- The 23 softwares to use when launching a brand
What You Would Get:
- A detailed deck on how to build landing pages, witha section-by-section breakdown of what should go where, andy why.
- A cheatsheet on how to create content with influencers that result in high click- through rates (CTR) and lower acquisition costs.
- A copywriting guide for how to write headlines and ad copy to achieve higher CTR.
Why should you trust Nik?
Nik is the CEO of Sharma Brands, a consulting firm working with hyper-growth brands to scale revenue quickly, and sustainably. He has worked with brands like JUDY, Pill Club, Hint Water, Poo~Pourri, DUDE Wipes, and others to help them setup and scale their eCommerce efforts, across marketing, operations, and merchandising.
Nik is one of Forbes 30 under 30 members, class of 2019.
Nik is the CEO of Sharma Brands, a consulting firm working with hyper-growth brands to scale revenue quickly, and sustainably.
Nik is one of AdWeek’s 29 Young and Influential Stars in Branding.
Who benefits from this newsletter?
Founders, investors, active operators and creators
“Nik is a walking encyclopedia of all things DTC. He will save you YEARS of time you would have otherwise spent researching the right tools, building the right web strategy and connecting with the right people.”
“I’ve known Nik for a while and I still learn something new from each of his emails. His expertise in the industry is unmatched.”
“As someone who writes email newsletters for a living, I am consistently impressed with Nik’s weekly letters. They’re concise, conversational but incredibly informative.”
Hear what 15,000+ readers are saying
The learnings & insights you get via Twitter are amazing. In particular, I’m really enjoying the content @mrsharma puts out. His tweets & newsletters are 🔥. I’ve been working in DTC for many years but I’ve learnt a lot from Nik is just a few weeks🙌. Must follow & subscribe.— Aadit Bimbhet (@aaditsb) June 24, 2021
Was sweet catching @mrsharma today strolling through soho. Been a fan for a while now, from podcasts he’s been on, to the online DTC community, to the sunday newsletter.— sarin devraj (@sarindevraj) June 22, 2021
His content’s been instrumental in getting @anamiva_co off the ground.
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This was very helpful. I've already subscribed to your newsletter & I would love to say that I'm loving your mail, the value you bring to the mail is something exceptional. Grateful 😇🙌— sagarjanva (@sagarjanva1) June 21, 2021
One of my favorite email newsletters is from @mrsharma and he just dropped possibly my favorite one ever.— Jason Bergman (@bergmantweets) June 19, 2021
"Influencer Partnerships: How to Form Meaningful Partnerships with Influencers"
So many good things in here, so I wanted to make a thread of my favorite takeaways
Won’t skip a Mr. Sharma newsletter ever - it’s my Sunday energy ⚡️⚡️⚡️— Eli Weiss (@eliweisss) June 16, 2021
From @mrsharma's newsletter yesterday:— Savannah Sanchez | The Social Savannah (@social_savannah) May 24, 2021
According to Verizon, 92% of mobile users watch video with sound off, which means the 20 minutes you spend adding captions to your ads could give you the highest ROI you've ever seen on a 20 minute period! 😱
I'm subscribed to soooo many terribly formatted newsletters. 😠— Zach Stuck (@zachmstuck) April 19, 2021
People need to starting taking lessons from @mrsharma on how he does his weekly emails.
The formatting feels organic and because of that I've read every single one of them since I subscribed 6+ months ago.
5) @mrsharma DTC Newsletter— Pritesh (@ThePritesh37) April 19, 2021
• Different Purposes of a Web Page/ Landing page
• How to make your Website more attractive and appealing and easy to understand.
• Why to always give value irrespective of they become consumers or not.
• Co-Op - Giving Post-purchase experience
Tactical content FTW— Jay Desai (@JayAtSwpely) June 28, 2021
His emails are awesome!!
Simultaneously the smartest and simplest marketing lessons for every ad you run, from @mrsharma— Jason Bergman (@bergmantweets) July 5, 2021
Let the customer know WHO you are
Let the customer know WHY we exist (not just what they're buying)
Let the customer know HOW important the product can be for them in their life