Explore here: 1) A growth hack that will allow you to see an increase in ecommerce sales, 2) A series of 10 apps for the savvy growth hacker, 3) 35 ways to connect with anyone through social media, and 4) How you can get more email subscribers on your blog or website.
You will gather today: 1) A 4-step Amazon hack that helped a marketer turn website visitors into customers pretty fast, 2) a series of optimization and conversion tips for 2015 from an expert in the field, 3) a tutorial to help you develop a solid strategy for your blog, and 4) an interview with Brian Dean, an internet entrepreneur who was able to turn his blog into a fast-growing machine.
Let’s explore together: 1) A great article on how to develop a proper customer acquisition plan for startups, 2) 7 slideshares diving into some of the best and most successful growth hacks of the past few years, 3) a how-to guide about Flow Reports in Google Analytics, which may be used to increase conversions, and 4) a study on how American consumers approach online shopping based on product/services ratings and reviews available on websites.
The growth hack that this company was able to pull will allow you to learn a lot about: Pricing, quick lead capture, about page optimization, content marketing, plus more. As always, we also share another three insightful articles, and these will be about a) the best free SEO tools available today, b) what social media channels are worth spending your money on for advertising, and c) a great guide on how to succeed in B2B (business to business) lead generation.
Find below the step-by-step, proven strategy to definitely increase your Twitter followers, engagement, and, of course, traffic to your website.
OK, this is a bit devious, and sneaky, but as long as you do not exploit the strategy to spam people, the tactic is an extremely good one. In the first article we present below, Matthew Barby will explain a systematic process on how to exploit Facebook open graph to email your Facebook followers.