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Acquire, Manage and Engage your users in Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, Snapchat.
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Optimize your page so that all search engines ranks your page ahead of your competition.
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Everything begins by focusing on a narrow, actionable goal. This is important because a growth hacker can easily have a focus that is so broad it becomes meaningless.
You never know which experiment works for your startup. Anytime you run experiments it is going to disrupt the normal flow of events in your startup. So plan accordingly.
Without analytics, goals are empty. If you can’t definitively say when a goal has been reached then you have not completed the requisite requirements before moving ahead.
Experiments are meant to be optimized. Experiments are fluid. They are not things you do one time and then move on. You tweak experiments. You re-run experiments.
Every startup has inherent strengths or assets that can be used as leverage. When there is something at your disposal which requires little energy, but can produce big results, then you’ve found a lever.
Now it’s time to select a new experiment, or an optimized version of a previous experiment, and move through these steps all over again.
This is one of the more infamous and technical of the “great” growth hacking stories, and worked brilliantly until AirBbB
Within two months, Amazon’s sales reached $20,000 a week, a degree of success no doubt aided by Bezos’ friendship with
Content Marketing is the biggest challenge for any startup. You may create good content, but if your audience doesn’t click on the content then it’s of no use.
With immense competition in the market, these days startups presume that by spending a huge amount on marketing strategies without properly analyzing the outcomes is futile.
How you decide to invest in marketing channels can make or break your business. That sounds like an obvious statement,
Sean Ellis coined the term “growth hacking” way back in 2010. Since then, the term has taken on a life