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As everybody on this planet, we have fuck-ups. Are we ashamed of this? No. Did we take lessons from them? Definitely. In our recent article, we’ve recalled three of the most major lessons in 2020. For example, we’ve spent thousands of hours on hypothesis before we realized that we needed to test an MVP first. Read this article to avoid mistakes we made;)
Recruiting new talent and finding the right person for the job can become an exhaustive process. This is also because employees are considered as assets for any organization and are thus an investment. Interviews, therefore, carry immense importance as they can help you shortlist the right candidates for your venture that can prove to be capable with their skills and stay with your company for an extended period. When conducted properly, interviews can offer tremendous insights about the applicant and their passions in life. According to a recent study by Seed Scientific, a 10% more challenging job interview process leads to 2.6% higher employee satisfaction. Furthermore, the average time from an interview to a job offer is between 20 to 40 days. In 2019, companies were observed to have an average of 9 interview stages. Moreover, 47% of interviewees don't offer jobs to candidates with no company knowledge, while 33% of recruiters know whether they will hire someone in the first 90 seconds of the interview. With that out of the way, let's take a quick look at some of the unique interview questions that can help you unravel candidates and find out about them more to make informed decisions.
Congrats! A new growth hacking client! The moment has arrived; you have a new client. You feel a nervous excitement rushing through you, a new playground to explore and enjoy but also a new challenge. Unless you’ve sold the project yourself and not within an agency, you usually have no idea what to expect. So let's talk about how you should kick-off this new chapter...
Growth teams complement traditional marketing teams and typically report to the product division. Growth teams focus on growth from within the product or user funnel and work on initiatives such as user onboarding, friend referral programs, and other product growth initiatives. Growth teams generally consist of specialists including designers, developers and marketers. These articles are focused on what a growth team is, how to build a growth team, and what growth teams do.