Starting a new venture is undoubtedly a challenging task. An entrepreneur needs courage, dedication and patience to face the daily challenges while persisting in the dream of making a product that meets a need in the market. However, making that product is not the end. The old adage: ‘If you build it, they will come,’ doesn’t hold true anymore.
Growth hacking is attracting more and more attention. Marketing people, and not only marketing people, are starting to realize that Growth Hacking is here to stay. As the volume of material being written about Growth Hacking grows, it’s becoming a challenge to pick out the gems from the dross.
Ever committed to my fellow growth hackers, I’m launching a regular series of blog posts that will identify the best and most important articles out there each month.
From now on, you need never miss anything important in the world of growth hacking!
A successful landing page is one that motivates visitors take a specific course of action, such as making a purchase, registering, or subscribing to your mailing list. Although there is no single formula for making the perfect landing page, there are some things you can do to greatly increase your chances of success.
Everything you thought you knew about overnight success is wrong.
Success is the tip of an iceberg. It might happen overnight, but not before concerted effort, tests, analysis, metrics, tools and techniques. What if I told you that launching a successful business is a science that can be learnt, and that there are ways to build a successful startup without splurging a huge budget on marketing or advertising? Contrary to marketing maverick John Wannamaker, who doesn’t know which half of the money spend on advertising is wasted, growth hackers do.
Jacek Blaut - Lead growth hacker and an inbound marketer at Growth Republic Ltd, where I help online businesses with their digital marketing efforts and optimize their conversion funnels. If you’d like to talk about your user acquisition processes, conversion rate optimisation and increasing your online revenue, drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.