Reddit and Hacker News both give points to users when they take part in the community and I think this leads to more user generated content and greater participation in discussions. Would this work for GH?
Peter Meyers, Marketing Scientist at Moz, explains that people are drowning in content, and content marketers have to work harder to stand out. These slides share the processes and strategies that can help make great content sustainable.
Colin with Customer.io discusses a test they're running to see how concierge boarding affects their free to paid plan conversion. While the test hasn't run long enough for Colin to conclude that concierge onboarding increases his conversion rate, the data so far is showing that concierge boarding drives people to convert sooner.
I'm a recent hire at a learn-to-code website working on user growth and acquisition. I've been collecting data on what our growth looks like since I've joined on, and I'd like to be able to provide some context to the numbers I'm seeing (and reporting).
What does good revenue growth look like over a week, month, three months? How about userbase growth? Let's discuss!
Looking to heat up your content marketing and distribution? These 14 sites can help your SaaS, Ecommerce, or online business drive the inbound traffic that it needs to build its reputation and get the highest ROI on your content.
Although unfit for on-site communication, E-mail is still the most common contact and support channel among internet users. According to a survey by ExactTarget, 77% of US respondents indicated e-mail to be their primary channel for communication with team members and customers.
However, the use of email is characterised by a number of problems. You don't know, for example, whether the other side has seen your message. Also maintaining the overview of your email interactions can be difficult.
I have an opportunity to do a webcast with the data scientist from a successful well known company, and I'd love to explore the best data inspired growth hacks with him. It would be great to start with a long list from the GH community that we can narrow down for some great ones.
Update: the data scientist is Colin Zima, who was formerly the Director of Data Science and Business Intelligence at HotelTonight. He's not the Chief Analytics Officer at Looker.
We're currently looking to fill intern positions for GrowthHackers. The position will serve as a moderator for the site to keep the quality of content and user participation/experience high.
Duties will include: Reading submitted articles and writing short detailed summaries, flagging spam and those breaking community guidelines, submitting quality content for the community, engagement of new users, and working alongside the GH team to provide a great experience for all those who visit the site.
Requirements: Be of legal working age, have good grammatical skills and grasp of the English language, be able to articulate the essence of each growth article, and be located in CA, TX, MA, or FL.
Scheduling will be flexible and interns will be allowed to work as many as hours as they want a week as long as its below 40 hours.
Please reply in comments if you are interested or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.