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This is a great list of sources! I'm sure every web developer/designer should keep it in mind. Personally I'm going to do this. So, thanks for sharing! I should say, I like things that not only help in work, but also inspire me. In most cases I use https://studioblackbelt.com for this purspose. This site provides me with all necessary and interesting information to keep up with the times and move my feet. Hopefully, someone will also find it useful!
Try Squarelovin. It will give you peak times, top performing posts, and some audience insights. If you have a business account Instagram itself has great insights. I also suggest keeping track of the built in analytics yourself.
I meant to comment on this when I read it yesterday
I'll leave it here
The first interview, they talk about how they don't like the term 'Growth Hacking' as its usually people looking for a tweak or current method that works in the short term
I HIGHLY recommend people go grab @sean ellis book 'Hacking Growth' as it shows a systematic, data driven method for scaling growth
Off topic I know :D
Other than that- I love this article
I always feel like it would be great to then get a followup with the same experts into a call/ama/meeting and have a group discussion on their methods together... ;)
I have no idea how Aaron keeps producing this level of content or quantity- he may be an actual wizard
LOL. Damn right they didn't pay the bills!
I'm so happy you didn't mention likes and tweets in the post, 'cos the last time I checked they don't pay the bills.
Glad you liked them!
yaaaas yaaaas yaaaas love Glossier and everything they do
Solid read. Lots of good fundamentals in here.
This line is so important: "Growth teams need buy-in from the top. If it’s not there, don’t bother."
If you're a marketer, and you work for a Founder who doesn't let you experiment, give you budget and resources to grow, get out. It'll never get better. You'll be constrained by the wrong mindset about growth.
The skills and competencies are dead on.
The only thing I might add on the team side is that I think the makeup of your team depends on your company. I don't believe in a universal team makeup for growth. Some growth teams can be more technical or less technical than others.
Comprehensive and easy to understand/put into action. This is awesome
Yep, read the boring stuff and do the boring work. It really is that important if you want to become knowledgeable and well-versed.
Tough to do sometimes, but I suppose if you're truly passionate about what you're looking to achieve, you can psyche yourself into thinking that even some of the more mundane details are interesting when you see how they play into the big picture.
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