How did it start? In 2010 a very sharp technology marketer named Sean Ellis coined the term “Growth Hacking”. Andrew Chen, another very skilled technologist and current Partner at A16Z, followed on with a post describing the role of a Growth Hacker as the
What we cover in Episode 7 What do all marketers have in common? At some point in their career, they’ve had to deal with flattening growth. Near all customer acquisition channels have a ceiling, yes, even virality has limits. Companies who
Educators already don’t get paid enough, and those that work in preschools or daycares often make 48% less. Meanwhile, parents struggle to find great early education programs where kids get receive enough attention and there’s space, but they don’t need special connections or to
The AARRR funnel framework has been the dominating guiding framework to metrics, goal setting, and strategic growth conversations. Funnels were a good starting point but do not accurately represent how the fastest growing products grow. It is time to move past the funnel framework
The term “Growth” has been slapped onto everything. Growth marketing, growth hacking, growth engineering, growth product, blah blah blah. It has created a ton of confusion and negative biases. Every week we get questions like, “What is the difference between product and growth team?
Growth wins. Not growth at all costs, bad unit economics, dark patterns, spam your users, shark fin growth. But authentic growth built on a solid foundation of retention and engagement. This advice isn't new: “Poor distribution - not product - is the number one
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Most teams do not have a great process for figuring out how to add new features to improve the core product. I walk through my framework on how to make sure your feature adds value, and how to measure it.