The 17 Best Growth Hacking Posts of All-Time
Every month, we round up our favourite posts of all-time on topics ranging from content marketing and social media to analytics and CRO. We’ll cover everything you need to get your startup the attention and traction it deserves!
Before 2014 is up, you’ll be a startup marketing superstar! We’ll make sure of it.
So, without further ado, here are our 17 favourite growth hacking posts of all-time…
Takeaway: “A growth hacker is a person whose true north is growth.” Tweet This
Takeaway: “Growth hackers embody the hybrid between marketer and coder needed to thrive in the age of platforms.” Tweet This
Takeaway: “A growth hacker is not better than a marketer. A growth hacker is just different than a marketer.” Tweet This
Takeaway: “Growth hacking is not done overnight and cannot solve systemic product issues.” Tweet This
Takeaway: “Once the traditional resources for marketing fail, growth hacking will be the only way.” Tweet This
Takeaway: “By understanding the problem and betting on the changes with the highest expected returns, I’ve seen many wins.” Tweet This
Takeaway: “A good growth hacker needs to focus on two types of growth. Steady and rapid.” Tweet This
Takeaway: “For every hour spent staring at dashboards and reports, spend 2 hours brainstorming and ideating.” Tweet This
Takeaway: “The best way to find a growth hacker is through recommendations from other growth experts.” Tweet This
Takeaway: “If your startup isn’t committed to growth hacking you’ll never find extra-ordinary growth.” Tweet This
Takeaway: “Because if you’re not gathering data then you’re kind of flying blind.” Tweet This
Takeaway: “Forget commercials, forget billboard, forget even your standard online banners. That whole playbook is irrelevant.” Tweet This
Takeaway: “You can only scale growth once you have something to grow.” Tweet This
14. How to Gather 100,000 Emails in One Week (Includes Successful Templates, Code, Everything You Need)
Takeaway: “The most powerful and effective way to be introduced to our new company was through a credible referral.” Tweet This
Takeaway: “Doing what everyone else is doing is the wrong strategy.” Tweet This
Takeaway: “Use growth hacking methods to increase customer acquisition every day, not through quarterly adjustments to a strategic plan.” Tweet This
Takeaway: “You never stop as a growth hacker. Facebook still has a growth team and they have a billion users.” Tweet This
That’s it, that’s all. Did we miss one of your favourite growth hacking posts? Do you have a growth hacking blog we should check out (shout out to our friends at GrowthHackers.com)? Let us know in the comments below or tweet us @Onboardly.