Growth Hacking: How One Company Got 2000 Users In 20 Days

Today’s Growth Hack comes from a guy called Ryan Hoover. Now what Ryan did? He came up with an idea where he wanted to create a community that recommends and votes on new startups that come into the tech community. But of course, before committing to weeks and nights of coding a new app to do that…

Paul Biggar From CircleCI On How Building An Amazing Product Eliminates The Need For Marketing

On today’s show I want to introduce someone called Paul Biggar, who is the founder of CircleCI. This is a San Francisco startup. It’s all about something called continuous integration and continuous delivery. They’ve just closed a six million dollar series A funding round and have got a great story to tell.

Skin In The Game Strategy Could Be The Key To Inbound Marketing SaaS

Today on our show I’m really excited to introduce someone called Andrew Dymski. Now, Andrew is the co-founder of a company called GuavaBox, which is an inbound marketing agency. What they’ve gone and done is actually start building a new SaaS app called DoInbound, which is all about automating the processes around marketing and managing their client’s processes. Andrew, welcome to the show.

Growth Hacking 5 Free Traffic Strategies

Today is Growth Hacking Day and I want to give you five strategies or tips to get free traffic to your business. Let’s get started with number one. First of all, one thing that you can do is make your training videos accessible to the public and that has really two benefits. First of all, by SEO optimizing your training videos then you’re going to get some more long tail traffic.

How Content Marketing Is Still The Key To KISSmetrics Growth

Neil Patel is the co-founder of Crazy Egg, Hello Bar, and KISSmetrics. He also has a very popular traffic generation blog called Quick Sprout. The Wall Street Journal calls him a top influencer on the web and Entrepreneur Magazine said that he has created one  of the 100 most brilliant companies in the world. He’s […]

The 5 Reasons For Startup Failure

Entrepreneurs get too emotionally involved, and you know what it’s really easy to do. It’s inbred basically. As an entrepreneur, you are massively enthusiastic about your creation. You have an idea and you think, “That’s it. I’m going to go and conquer this market and build my idea and just sell it,” of course, but it’s the wrong way to think about a product. What you really need to do is find the problem and provide the solution.