Category: growth hacking


Neil Patel’s favourite growth hacking tools

Neil Patel is a Seattle based entrepreneur, angel investor, and analytics expert. He is best known for his work in digital marketing and as the cofounder of the analytics companies KISSmetrics and Crazy Egg. Top Growth Hacking tools …

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Proven Customer Acquisition Strategy on Social Media

There is a proven Customer Acquisition Strategy with Discussion Injection on Social Media Do you want more exposure for your content? Content Marketers need to rapidly boost content exposure to target audience if they are going to be successful. At …

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What SEO is Today

We’ve all heard “SEO is Dead” – while Search Engine Optimization may look completely different than it did even one year ago, I would rather believe that SEO is not just alive, but it is even thriving. SEO …

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Growth Hacking Tips – improving your sales funnel

There is a wide range of channels that can be used in order to attract traffic, gain leads and conversions and – eventually – grow. They vary, however, from a traditional, well-known marketing tools. Here is a short overview of …

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Decrease Bounce Rate to increase your revenue

The bounce rate represents the percentage of your visitors who enter the site and left the site rather than continue viewing other pages within the same site. Essentially, people are finding your website,but they only bounce right back …

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Does link building still make sense in 2015?

Links are one of the criteria used by search engines to rank your website’s authority. Essentially, the more pages that are linking to your page, the more valuable it is to the search engines. What counts, though, is …

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3 Tips for Growing Online Communities

When it comes to networking for personal and more importantly business use, there are many benefits to be had and pitfalls to be avoided. If you are able to effectively engage your online community you can experience many …

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What Penguin 2.0 Means for Your Website In Practice

In February 2011, Google rolled out Panda – a new algorithm that was aimed at moving high-quality websites up in the search results.  After this update, pages with low quality not only affected their own rank but also …

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10 SEO Industry Trends. See What’s Ahead

Now that most of us have our footing back after Penguin 2.0, what’s ahead for SEO and social media marketing in the year to come? It’s clear that Google’s focus is on eliminating spam and enhancing the user …

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How I get real Twitter followers visiting our site 487% more

It’s 2015. Twitter has changed. Having fake followers on Twitter is just a bad bad thing. Not only it doesn’t give anything, it actually hurts your business. Why? Twitter’s no.1 ranking factor is the engagement rate. Having fake followers will …

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How Inbound Marketing aligns with the new purchase loop

In 1898, Elias St. Elmo Lewis developed the Purchase Funnel, the now familiar pathway customers travel from consideration to purchase. There are four steps in the process that have always been integral to every CMO’s approach to marketing: …

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Growth Hackers Conference on Slides

Cro preso for growth hackers conf nov 2013 ellis updated from Sean Ellis This presentation (by Sean Ellis) is on the power and importance of conversion rate optimization to building an effective growth engine.

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E-commerce marketing strategies worth considering

E-commerce is a fast-growing industry, and it will expand even more. In 2012, 78 percent of US adults with annual household incomes of $75,000 or more shopped at Amazon.com. And the market is constantly growing – statistically based …

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Top 5 Videos from Matt Cutts, Google’s SEO Guru

Matt Cutts – you can call him “the leader of the SEO world” Matt wears colorful t-shirts, polos, runs ultra marathons and is a genuinely nice guy. A few times a week he posts a new YouTube video …

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How Customer Satisfaction Can Make You a Better Person

96% of unhappy customers don’t complain; however, 91% of those will simply leave and not come back. A dissatisfied customer (between 9 and 15 people) will tell about their experience – according to White House Office of Consumer Affairs. …

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Modern Press Release – How and why to write them?

Probably you have heard already terms and phrases like “back to the basics”, “old school”, or “traditional PR” associated with a press release. That brings the question if press releases are still useful and needed. Companies are telling …

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