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Sara Du
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Sara Du Oct 11
market for rotisserie chicken and fried chicken sandwiches is beyond what I originally imagined...
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Sara Du Oct 10
Replying to @kevinakwok
no more founder market fit! πŸ˜‚
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Sara Du Oct 10
Replying to @kevinakwok
sigh, and with each passing yr I lose more credibility in tweeting abt all those hip gen z trends πŸ˜ͺ
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Sara Du Oct 10
Replying to @thekaranchawla
That’s true! The pain of B2B gets diluted w longer sales cycles or they bear the pain bc they’re not able to pay the price for a soln
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Sara Du Oct 10
Replying to @kevinakwok
haha, my twitter is making a pivot from consumer -> B2B
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Sara Du Oct 10
Replying to @levilian1
but even if ur the ceo and don’t use a product on the daily, you had the need that led you to purchase the product for your team πŸ™ƒ
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Sara Du Oct 10
b2b and b2c sales are basically the same - ppl buy solutions for personal painpoints
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Sara Du Oct 9
Replying to @briannekimmel
I think another impt trend to take note of: some younger influencers who built their brands years ago (when they had completely dif passions) are starting to find themselves feeling stuck / at a loss for purpose bc their personal life is so intertwined w their work
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Sara Du Oct 9
since chick-fil-a is closed on sundays they can only ever have 85.71% of the market
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Sara Du Oct 9
Replying to @jammyyue
Hmm how do they get to that level of influence in the first place? It seems like a large part of their success is still due to correlation w/ bigger movements, for ex: Yeezy's first drop was in 2015, the same year StockX was launched
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Sara Du Oct 8
Replying to @alxzhg
wow, a wild alex has appeared 🀭
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Sara Du Oct 8
Replying to @smsunarto
def, huge win if you can sync a product launch w the needs of your follower base
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Sara Du Oct 8
Replying to @zainkho
yup, startups go upmarket as their customers grow but their customers' needs don't often change drastically influencers can never have a "target customer" bc teens are fickle - regardless of if they stick w a cohort or grow w it, influencers have to always evolve & stay on trend
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Sara Du Oct 8
influencers have it harder than startups: not only is initial timing important, ie creating a persona that appeals to a cultural fad, but they have to either constantly pivot and grow w their audience or stay stuck w their initial brand at the risk of defamation (jake paul πŸ‘€)
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Sara Du Oct 7
pls stockX it πŸ™
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Sara Du Oct 6
Replying to @ju_sung_lee
Only happens at Avalon Hayes πŸ‘ŒπŸ»
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Sara Du Oct 2
Replying to @lachygroom @alyssaxuu
πŸ™ƒ
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Sara Du Oct 2
Replying to @zslayback
Basically FiDi vs South Park microclimates
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Sara Du Oct 2
Replying to @jamesjyu
Congrats!! πŸŽ‰
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Sara Du Oct 1
Replying to @jon_choi_
msg me 😬 there's still some sources out there...
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