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.
This is a sick article from networking Zen master Ina Herlihy on some of what she learned while hustling and hobnobbing (generally over coffee, not cocktails - protip #1) with some of the best minds in tech since graduating college in May. Great read, tons of knowledge, highly recommend.
Uber opened its API to third-parties in September and there are a number of high profile partnerships integrating its ride hailing capabilities. Using leaks, SEC filings, and other public disclosures, I take a stab at modeling the value of the partnership, as well as Uber and TripAdvisor's current and future user and revenue numbers.
“From the start, everyone said, ‘This is an impossible idea,’” says Sam Zaid, CEO of the new transportation startup, Getaround. Getaround only launched last year, but they’ve already expanded to five US cities and accumulated over 200,000 members. We interviewed Sam to find out how he did the impossible.
GrowthChats is hosting its first non-SF event in New York City with Alex McClafferty as the host. Alex has broad marketing experience. From consultant to analyst to TV appearances to co-founding WP Curve, he knows the secrets of enthralling an audience, and he's teaming up with GrowthChats to share the love!
Alex's talk will shed light on ways that marketers can build a user base through speaking engagements.
This GrowthChats event will be limited to 25 tickets to ensure that everyone gets their money's worth.
Thanks for joining me. Today I’m talking with InsideSales’ Chief Marketing Officer Mick Hollison. Mick previously served as the Director of Sales at IBM, the Director of Enterprise Marketing at Microsoft and the VP of Marketing at Citrx—now worth over $2.6 billion. Today he uses his knowledge in sales to dominate the inside sales market. Mick shares tons of insights including how InsideSales really closes leads and position themselves at events for maximum sales conversions.
Remember Kodak? With the first handheld camera and roll film, Kodak was the brand that taught Americans to take pictures. It’s also the brand that filed a $6.75 billion bankruptcy in 2012, the digital era’s most visible victim.
Twitter will no longer have the purity of a self curated feed with occasional advertisements. They have announced that they will be curating Tweets from people you didn't follow and inserting them into your feed automatically. They've been testing this feature and claim that people liked it.