An Epic List of 80 Referral Program Examples That You Can Steal
Looking for referral program examples? Here's the epic list of 80 best referral marketing programs for brands from software to soft-serve.
5 of the Most Famous Growth Hacks of All Time
Growth hacks are clever marketing tricks used by startups in order to get more users. Here are five of the most famous tactics we still see used today.
"How We Grew Our Daily Sign-Ups From 5 to 25 in 6 Months"
David Arnoux is Head of Growth and co-founder of Twoodo. Twoodo helps you organize everything and anything using #hashtags, giving you headspace to focus on what’s important. Six ...
Understanding User Behavior via Visual In-App Analytics
The knowledge you stand to gain by implementing In-App Analytics in your app can help answer the eternal question: Why? It can also help smooth friction points in the user experience and help your app optimization efforts. In this article you will learn a few of the ways that a visual analytics tools can get you the information you need to smooth and optimize friction points in the user experience of your app.
Uber — What's Fueling Uber's Growth Engine?
What began in 2009 as a luxury car service in San Francisco is now valued at $3.76 billion and operates in more than 35 cities worldwide. As of August of this year, Google Ventures has officially cast their vote of confidence in the startup with a $258 million investment—a full 86% of their $300 million annual budget—and for good reason.
Learn Growth Hacking: 35 Resources to Help You Become a Growth Hacker
At many technology companies, traditional marketing roles are transforming into growth hacking roles. In fact, the work has become so popular...
Evernote - The $0 Growth Engine
Evernote has never been sexy, almost ran out of money, and doesn’t benefit from the network effects that drive many of today’s successful companies. Yet Evernote’s 75 million users and $1+ billion valuation prove they’ve figured out their own unique growth engine. So what is it? And how did they get those first 100,000 users?
Upworthy — What Happens When a Growth Hacker Launches a Media Company
Upworthy launched on March 26th, 2012, and just seven months later, they were getting almost 9 million monthly uniques visitors. In November of 2013, just 20 months later, Upworthy saw close to 88M unique visitors worldwide, with mobile visitors eclipsing desktop viewers for the first time. Those 88 million put Upworthy just behind online publishing powerhouse Gawker, according to a memo from Gawker Publisher Nick Denton, with it’s sights set on Buzzfeed with their 133 million monthly…