Get to know Jason Argall and some of his thoughts? Jason Argall is an entrepreneur specializing in digital marketing and expansion in global markets. He has built brands in the health supplements category such as PhiNaturals and Shrüm. He currently serves on the board of Radial Research Co (RAD on the CSE). With his track record and experience, he has the know-how and experience to build global brands with a strong market presence in the USA, Canada, the UK, Europe, India, Latin America, and Brazil.
Jason Argall has also co-founded various e-commerce software companies such as Zoompages, the performance marketing landing page builder, and Chatvertiser, the first SMS/chat conversational marketing software of its kind. Jason started digital marketing in the late 90’s on Yahoo search, before Google Adwords existed. He has been involved in founding and scaling numerous successful digital brands.
Jason Argall is a founding member at ScaleMyBrand. Most brands get held up on building landing pages and run into roadblocks. They find themselves asking. “Is a simple online catalog product page ok? Is WordPress too slow? What sections should we include?” We’ve create a custom landing page builder from the ground up, allowing you to build your landing pages with the optimal structure and tech stack. CRO (Conversion Rate Optimization) is short-sighted which is why we’ve coined the term RCRO (Revenue & Conversion Rate Optimization). It’s important to run split tests with your brand’s revenue goals and business model in mind. RCRO takes into account your AOV, CLTV, net margins, market share, etc. ensuring we are optimizing for your brand’s success–not just your click to sale ratio.
Jason Argall about personal brand building : The first step is to determine how you will brand yourself. How do you want your company to be thought of when you come to mind? Are you an expert in your field? Are you one of the best at what you do? Or is it more about the experience of working with you that should stand out? Define these aspects as clearly and concisely as you can and put them into words that anybody from your intended audience will understand. Do you know who you are selling to? Do you know how old they are, what they do in their spare time, what they value most? Having a clearly defined audience ensures that your marketing efforts will be directed appropriately. It will hone your efforts and make them count, both from a time-spent standpoint and from a financial one.
Jason Argall on business brand development : Look at a brand like Disney. Since its focus is children, the brand must put trust above all else. From characters like Mickey Mouse to its theme parks, Disney is very protective to ensure its brand is consistently portrayed, and its integrity preserved. It’s so determined to maintain consistency and trust that Disney launched a completely different brand, Touchstone Pictures, for films targeted to adults. When customers experience your brand repeatedly in the same way, your brand sticks in their minds. When it’s time for them to make a purchase decision related to your industry or offerings, they remember your brand, increasing the likelihood of a sale.