If you’ve visited my blog recently and happened to be logged into LinkedIn, I’ve probably picked up some interesting data about you, where you work, or some semblance of your job title. Sorry to be creepy… This is an internet marketing blog, and one of the key differentiators between traditional marketing and online marketing is the data factor.
Fourth version of the class filmed in SF a month ago and put together by @tommygriffith who managed SEO at PayPal and Airbnb.
The old version of this course was featured on AppSumo and according to Anton at AppSumo, it's one of the highest rated products they have ever sold. The new version is entirely re-shot and updated with new best practices.
Noah Kagan assembled a small group of marketers in NYC where he shared some of his successful strategies from bonus content to optimizing your homepage to capture emails. I wrote up some of the key takeaways.
As a partner at GrowHack, the world's first growth hacking agency for startups, I helped helped launch over a dozen products and advised companies like Pepsi, JPMorgan, and American Express on growth hacking. I've taught at New York University, Cooper Union, SVA, and Singularity University, and have been featured in Forbes, BusinessWeek, Fast Company, MIT Technology Review, Huffington Post, and The Next Web.
One Month is an online education startup that empowers people to change their lives by learning real-world technical skills in an accelerated time frame.
I'm currently teaching a course called "One Month Growth Hacking" for beginner entrepreneurs, engineers, or product people who don't know where to start getting users.
Ride-Sharing apps are no strangers to world of referral programs.
They’re leading the way in the sharing economy and injecting life into cities across the world. Harnessing the power of word-of-mouth is crucial for the success of these companies.
Check out how they approach building their referral programs after the jump.