Product as a growth hacking strategy can work well as long as you create something that expands on an existing idea or fulfills a particular need but doesn't require a lot of resources to create. This post provides some examples of successful products, along with five steps to getting one built.
Actually, there are three hacks, not just one. They work best when employed together. But that rests on your ability to land a spot in a major publication. If you can accomplish that, then the other two hacks are a great way to leverage the exposure.
SEO software that delivers specific actionable growth opportunities, not just data. CanIRank’s advanced machine learning analyzes your website and competitors to find keywords you can rank for, links you can get, and on-page optimizations that will move the needle.
The author of this post reveals how he used link retargeting which is similar to site retargeting.
The difference between “link” and “site” retargeting is that you can retarget your audience before they land on the site and thus can create an inbound campaign using other people’s content.
This is a great way to engage with those stale signups. You know, the ones that sign up to your email list and never open what you send them. In this case, it proved quite profitable, and I'm sure it would work in many other B2C situations.
Cold email and spam share one thing in common, they're both unrequested. But that's where the similarity ends. Here's a look at some companies that used cold email in a thoughtful manner to achieve exceptional growth.
Editors are often under huge pressure to move quickly, and will supplement their interviews with a quick visit to a company’s website to grab verbatim sentences for the article. That means your press kit should clearly state your messaging and include all of the right information.
LinkedIn can be a great way to extend reach, build influence and generate leads. But you'll need to do more than sending out those generic "I’d like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn." Here's a realistic way to get some traction on the platform without spending half your waking hours doing so.