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"The Growth Guy" Author: Growth Hacking for Dummies (Wiley & Sons) VP of Growth, @JamberInc Growth Mentor & Advisor Ex: @PredictiveIndex & @GrowthHackers

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Whenever I don't see a pricing page and need to get on a demo before I can find out costs I automatically assume its going to be expensive and move on.

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I'll answer mostly from a growth team's perspective - which also has an overlap with a companywide one.

The foundational concept of growth is to understand how your product delivers value and to be…

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A likely reason for your struggle is that you don't quite know what the value metric for your product it.

Rather than all the questions you posed, I would suggest figuring this metric out first. It…

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Sure but even without the Apple fight, the founders were really well known with a successful product and pedigree. So the strategy would have worked for them irrespective.

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It works if you have an unfair advantage - like a well know brand name, backer or someone influential in your network.
It's all about FOMO.
For the average person trying to pull this off - its an…

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+1 for Built With

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Haven't done scraping for a bit but used Octoparse in the past and it worked like a champ.

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#Clay

Screenrec is super easy to use and amazingly enough, free.

It runs on Windows, Linux and Mac, captures images, works as a video recorder and offers instant sharing.

It's screenshot annotation tool…

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One of the more amazing use cases of Zapier was at a prior company where the User Research team had created a Slack channel as an intake for from customer support tickets. Someone from the user…

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4 months ago

This is why we test :)

We've tried Adwords and Bing/Yahoo Ads too
Both work well too (Bing/Yahoo more because its an older demographic that hasn't changed their ways).

But in alll of these cases -…

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4 months ago

Posted on LI recently - these are the 5 FB Ads that are working best (nothing outsized, but good performance)

All ads focused on one use case [Parkinsons] and 15 seconds long:

  1. GIF: Customer Quote…

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What kind of product is it?

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4 months ago

Great to be here and thx.
Technically it took 3-4 months but from the moment the contract was signed with the publisher to final review was about a year. A lot of it also has to do with legacy…

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Looks nice!

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I totally get it.
Happy to help with any other Qs that may arise as you narrow down your choice.

Also curious, is your Slack community by invite only or can anyone join?

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The whole thing was in-house - more because the community shared a common back end with the main product to allow for line of sight analytics (we used Amplitude for user-level analytics) into what…

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Cannot agree more with this. Don't build when someone's already solved the problem. Spend your resources on your own product.

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Nothing before.
Ghost because its like a mid-point between:
a. Medium (easy setup but no ability to own audience) and
b. Wordpress (tons of set up and ability to own audience).

Also chose it over…

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