The job of a startup founder was never meant to be easy, but it shouldn’t have to be hell.
It’s time to create and unleash your ideas into the world, grow your customer community, and scale your innovative potential. It’s time to do it while having…a good time?
Camille Outside The Box is meant to be your resource to get answers to the questions you’re asking (deep in the trenches) while being your go-to content writing service. This is your place to help share the magic of what you do.
Want to work together? Book a call below and let’s talk about your content needs.
Are You Spinning in Circles Trying to Figure Out What To Do Next?
As a startup founder, you might have realized—it’s hard plugging away every day, trying to move the needle in your business.
It’s even harder doing it alone.
As a startup founder, you want to build your product or service with intention, attract the right users and early customers, validate your idea for that investor coin, and scale with confidence – all without breaking the bank.
I’m here to help you confidently attract your customers and build out your solution!
Who Is This Space For?
Are you a startup founder looking for guidance when it seems like the answer to every question leads to 20 more questions?
Do you find that every other startup you hear about seems to be gaining traction and attracting users and getting dream investment funding…except for you?
Do you want the knowledge that helps your product stick in the marketplace, your marketing copy to get heads nodding, and your landing pages to be buzzing?
How To Build Your Startup Process
I built this space to answer startup questions. Again, the ones that lead to 20 more questions.
The articles here are carefully assembled to answer the questions founders like you actually ask.
Here’s the process I want you to come away from within this space and how to craft your priorities in building out your startup (and yourself).
Phase 1: Assess
Do some soul-searching here. You’re the critical puzzle piece, my friend. Analyze your strengths, values, and beliefs. Why are you doing what you’re doing?
Note down your goals, including where you can strengthen your skills and combat your limiting beliefs. Write down your story and how you got here. What were the lessons and challenges? What were the pain points that led you to founding a startup and building a solution that will resonate with other people?
Once this happens, you can step into the spotlight with confidence to share your expertise and your solution.
Phase 2: Build
As you build out your MVP and work toward finding product-market fit, this will also be the time to build out your content.
Early landing pages and blog posts are the name of the game. This is also where you may decide to set up your social channels and craft your foundational marketing messaging. This is the starting point for gaining attention and building trust with your early audience.
In this same phase, you’ll think about drafting and tightening up your story for sales calls, discovery sessions, demos, and the dreaded cold outreach email.
Phase 3: Support
Growth is harder if you don’t have a solid foundation to nurture your early customers.
Here, you craft your onboarding, support, and feedback processes. Whether it’s for beta testers or initial customers, you need to translate their testimonials and feedback into social posts, blog posts, user guides, and email newsletters.
All of this happens while you’re doing pretty much everything else your business demands.
Your Startup Resource
I’m in your corner. I’m here to help make your content management easier. I’m here to help you market, communicate with partners, and come up with fresh ideas. I’m here to do the work when it comes to your email list, blog content, and customer support materials.
I’ve done this before in working with multiple startups in prop tech, HR tech, education, and B2B SaaS.
I’ve had the immense privilege of being coached by experts in social media marketing, real estate, and venture capital.
I put down entrepreneurial roots at 8, growing up making and selling confections and cakes to high-flying corporate elites. I owned my own personal chef business out of my kitchen as an undergrad, making consistent 4-figure months, on a literal dime.
My first business concept snagged a $50k angel investment offer before it was incorporated, had a social media profile, or a landing page.
Trust me when I say that I know your hustle and drive. I come bringing my scrappiness, love of learning, and passion from multiple industries and perspectives.
I want to help steer you in the right direction. (I’m not your average content writer.)
I want to help you build out a confident strategy to play the long-term game.
Because whoever said, “Let me go into business for one year.”
Said no one. Ever.
Let’s look at the long term.
I can’t wait to meet you on the other side.