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Growth Hacking Ideas You Can Try This Week

Traditional marketing is getting a facelift. Every strategy and every dollar spent should point toward one goal: Growth! Being slow is not an option. growth hackers that do not move fast will not be able to significantly impact businesses. At a rate of five experiments per month, that would mean you’d have only one or

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GROWTH HACKS USED BY FAMOUS STARTUPS

  What is growth hacking?    The best way to understand growth hacking and what growth hackers do is to first understand what is meant by the term hacker. A hacker is someone who is more concerned with achieving an objective than following a prescribed process. In other words, hackers care more about what needs

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Growth hacking being seen as the new buzzword.

  Business, organizations, or mainly Start-ups, these words from the dictionary of entrepreneurship now have gotten a new addition, Growth hacking. Growth hacking has been the new famous word around the block, being used as a synonym to quick growth for new startups, but what does growth hacking really do and mean? How it works

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The Best Web Scraping Tools for Growth Hackers

  Trying to harvest data manually can be time and energy-consuming. This is true for all forms of web data extraction, be it web scraping, web crawling, or HTML scraping. From obtaining data in a usable form to rendering JavaScript, correctly parsing a source to getting the correct page source, there is always so much

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How should Innovators Really Talk to their Customers?

Make this moment count You should listen to your customers. No, you shouldn’t, because “if I asked my customers what they wanted, they would have said: faster horses” (Henry Ford). So, what is it? Here’s the deal.With an innovation, you are trying to discover, build and tune the fine mechanics of a business model. Business model

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The Ultimate Guide to Minimum Viable Products

You don’t want to waste your time and money building a product no one will want to use or pay for. So, first get out of the building and talk to your customers. But there’s a world of difference between talk and action. What your customers say, and what they eventually do. Talking, and putting the

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