Learn what Dropbox, Twitter, & other successful startups do to acquire millions of users.
NEED TO GROW YOUR STARTUP?
Learn what Dropbox, Twitter, Expedia & other successful startups do to acquire millions of users. Early in a startup you need one thing. Growth.
A growth hacker is not a replacement for a marketer. A growth hacker is not better than marketer. A growth hacker is just different than a marketer. To use the most succinct definition, “a growth hacker is a person whose true north is growth.“
Episodes are led by growth hackers from Facebook, Dropbox, LinkedIn, & Expedia among many, and used at over 30 accelerators like Y Combinator, 500 Startups, & TechStars.
LEARN FROM 13 GROWTH HACKER TV EXCLUSIVES – HUSTLERS DON’T WATCH CABLE
If you are interested in learning more about growth hacking, becoming a growth hacker, or just growing your startup, then welcome to Growth Hacker TV. To begin, we recommend watching our episodes with the experts below:
1) Steve Blank (Startup Legend)
Steve Blank is a legend in the startup ecosystem. His online course on entrepreneurship has over 100,000 students, and in this interview he teaches us how to use customer development to make customer acquisition easier.
2) Neil Patel (KISS Metrics, Quicksprout)
Neil Patel is the co-founder of KISSmetrics, an analytics provider that helps companies make better business decisions. He is also the co-founder of CrazyEgg, and writes a popular blog at Quick Sprout.
3) Archie Abrams (Growth, Udemy)
Archie is the Director of Growth at Udemy, and he is an expert at data analysis, PPC, SEO, viral acquisition, email marketing, A/B testing, and copywriting.
4) Dan Martell (Clarity)
Dan is an investor. a serial entrepreneur, and the founder of Clarity, a startup that allows you to connect with experts so that you can make faster and better decisions to grow your business. Dan is an expert on product growth hacking.
5) Rob Walling (Hittail, SoftwarebyRob)
Rob has been building web applications professionally for 12 years, and has worked as a consultant, a freelance developer, the development manager for the City of Pasadena, and a team lead for the world’s largest prepaid credit card company. Rob lives and works
6) Gabe Zichermann (Gamification)
Gabe is the author of numerous books, a public speaker, a startup mentor, and a conference organizer, and each of these roles stem from his passion for gamification. He is recognized as a pioneer in the gamification industry.