007: Use Data Driven Digital Marketing To Fuel Growth With David Heath

If you think of a job as education you’re being paid for, it changes your whole perspective. And when you create a business that focuses on doing good and giving back, you’re definitely getting your money’s worth.

Whatever socks you’re wearing right now, Dave Heath can knock them off. This is a guy who once learned that socks are the most requested item at homeless shelters. And later, when he saw respected companies getting into the “one for one” business model, he had a lightbulb moment. Fast forward a bit, and Dave is the co-founder and CEO of Bombas Socks, where for every pair of socks you buy, the company donates a pair to homeless shelters.

Dave is constantly learning, and applying that knowledge to his business with great results. He’s quick to cut the things that don’t work, and he’s generous with the information he shares. So let him knock your socks off – and get a new pair for 20% off, while you’re at it.


  • How digital marketing can make a huge difference – even for a tech-free business like socks. #DigitalMarketing
  • What a conjoint analysis is, and how it could boost your sales.
  • How ignoring data affects a company’s bottom line. #DataDrivenMarketing
  • What small wording change boosted @Bombas’ conversion rates significantly. #CRO
  • The change Dave made that increased revenue per visitor by 27 percent on desktop, 51 percent on tablet, and 74 percent from mobile.
  • The strategies that didn’t work for Dave – and why.
  • Which surprising skill Dave considers a must-have for marketers. #MarketingAnalytics
  • Dave’s number one tip for small businesses looking to start their growth.

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