Growth Experiments is a complete platform to track ideas, hypotheses and results.
Happy Monday All 👋👋👋 Imagine you get a LinkedIn connection request from someone you don’t know 😱 What’s the first thing you do? 🏼♂ You probably go over to their profile. Skim through their tagline, banner image, their current job role. And then, you scroll down to read their LinkedIn summary. Only then do you decide if they’re actually relevant and worth connecting to. Your leads think the exact same way 😉 Every time you’re sending a connection request, you should keep in mind what your LinkedIn profile summary is communicating to your target audience Does it inspire trust? Authority? Shows off your human side so that you stand out in your niche? If you’re going to be doing LinkedIn outreach, a strong summary is essential my friends So therefore I created last weekend a new guide where I’ll cover: • 🚨 The Importance of a LinkedIn Profile Summary • 🚀 10+ Tips on How to Write a Convincing LinkedIn Summary (and What to Include) • 🎁 5 Best LinkedIn Profile Summaries
Ward van Gasteren is one of the first certified growth hackers in Europe and a former TEDx speaker. He has hands-on experience as a freelance Growth Hacking Consultant working for 70+ clients, from the fastest growing scale-ups (TikTok, Catawiki & StartupBootcamp) to the biggest Fortune 500 corporates (Cisco, Miele & KPMG). You might also know him from his blog, GrowWithWard.com, one of the biggest growth hacking blogs with more than 10k readers every month. Soon he’ll also launch his first book for upcoming growth hacking consultants called ‘Growing Happy Clients’. Last month, he also launched his Full Beginners Course to Growth Hacking here at GrowthHackers University. Why is he the perfect instructor for this course? He is focused on making growth hacking understandable for everybody, has hosted 100+ workshops and is nowadays focused on coaching growth hackers get better on-the-job, which makes him the perfect teacher to host our Ultimate Beginners Course to Growth Hacking, in collaboration with GrowthHackers University. During this AMA, you can ask him anything about: Working as a freelance growth hacker / growth consultant Long-term growth strategies How he built his blog GrowWithWard.com Learning the latest growth hacking tactics His new growth hacking course on how to become a Growth Hacker You can connect with him on his LinkedIn
Develop a Growth Culture means creating a culture that fosters cross-functional work that is aligned on a common goal/KPI, encourages velocity goal for experimentation, and deep collaboration between functions. It is also about empowering the team, being transparent about what is working vs. what is not, data-driven mindset, and consistent increment progress.