Startup Growth Hacking: 19 Actionable and Advanced Tactics
- You don't need a background in marketing or technology to take this course. However, it is relatively advanced.
- This is an in-depth course. If you allocate 30-60 mins a day, and do all of the activities, it will take about a week to complete.
Ready to grow? Then let's skip the hypothetical and get into the tactical. This course will arm you with 19 proven, actionable, and no BS growth hacks to help you grow.
I hate the term growth hacker, but I love the concept. The idea that you can grow a business from 0 to thousands of customers without much of a marketing budget is a beautiful thing, and very much the result of growth hacks — free marketing tactics that grow traffic, brand, links, and eventually, a customer base.
Moz is my fourth startup, and at each one, the same question has kept me up at night: What can we do to expedite growth? You see, an early-stage company is never lacking time and effort, it's lacking tactics — tactics that earn customers without relying on a big budget.
This course was created to change that. To arm you with the tactics you need to grow.
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Who this course is for:
- This course is intended for those that want to dig deeper into Growth Hacking. It helps to have some basic knowledge of theory prior to taking this course, but by no means is it a requirement.
- 01:34A Quick Intro to Growth Hacking
Andrew is the former CMO at Bitly and Director of Business Development atHe's worked across all areas of the customer acquisition funnel, from awareness through retention, with a heavy emphasis on SaaS and consumer internet.
In previous lives, Andrew held similar roles at(acquired by Hootsuite) and , and co-founded (acquired by Crazy Egg) while working at Moz. Andrew’s work has been routinely recognized across an array of technology blogs like TechCrunch and Mashable, he’s a frequent mentor at groups like and Techstars, and was named to the Forbes 30 under 30 list in 2014.
Andrew holds a BA in Marketing and received his executive education from Stanford University. For more on Andrew, you can reador follow him on Twitter at @ .