Unlocking Potential: Pre-Launch Insights for a Strong Go-To-Market Strategy

by Brock Scott

NovaTax

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Meet Brock Scott

Meet Brock Scott - Chief Marketing Officer @ NovaTax

Brock Scott is the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) at NovaTax,  the affordable solution for expert federal and state tax news and research designed for tax practitioners working in small and mid-size firms.

Brock is an executive leader with over 15 years of experience in sales, marketing, and business development. Before joining NovaTax, he held key roles in notable companies like CIRCUS, Thomson Reuters, and the Bloomberg Industry Group. 

As NovaTax’s CMO, Brock played a pivotal role in steering the company through its early stages, contributing to strategic planning and effective communication.

In fact, he designed the company’s Go-to-Market strategy and generated 2M+ impressions within the first 90 days after launching the product. 

Moreover, Brock emphasizes the significance of thorough pre-planning, leveraging surveys to refine product-market fit, and identifying diverse revenue streams. 

Brock’s commitment to innovation and customer-centric branding defines NovaTax’s success in providing expert tax advice at an affordable price.

Check out Brock Scott's thoughts on content marketing

When it comes to incorporating the right tone of voice into writing, Brock shares:

"The tone of voice depends on company branding, product positioning, and customer personas. Have a deep understanding of the customer, where they may be in their customer journey, and consider the emotional implications of how your writing affects them and their decision-making."

He also shares about how to keep your brand fresh over time:

"Branding is emotional and connective. Use market research to understand the customer and the unique solution your product provides. Analyze your company mission, values, and employee advocacy, and analyze how well you deliver promises to the customer. Be consistent."

Brock also explains why buyer personas are important in content marketing:

"Creating buyer personas ensures the marketing and sales teams understand their customer segments and how to best solve their problems. In addition, personas allow for flexible, organized product positioning for each persona, generating a better conversion rate and more sales."

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