Timothy Johansson’s favourite Growth Hacking Tools

During my first weeks of growth hacking I’ve come across a few different tools that have helped e a lot. In this blog post I will share with you my favorite tools.

Google Analytics

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Good ol’ Google Analytics. I mainly use it to track the number of visitors and from where the traffic are coming. I don’t know if this is the best tool – but it’s free and well-known.

Mixpanel

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I just love Mixpanel! Awesome for tracking about anything. Track your A/B split tests, sign-ups, and every other event on your website and app. Use this data to create funnels, etc. and make decisions. Free for up to 25 000 data points.

Tumblr

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Very easy and customizable blogging tool. Also, you can follow other blogs and others can follow you. And it’s free!

 

MailChimp

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A simple, but yet powerful, email newsletter service. I use it to send emails to our users and subscribers and to follow up on the result. It’s free for up to 2 000 subscribers.

 

Wufoo

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Perfect for creating online surveys. Easy to customize and link from a newsletter etc. Free for up to 2 forms.

 

Codecademy

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Really awesome (and free) site for online programming courses. I’ve created a course that teaches our users UserApp online without the need to download or set up anything. And at the same time it’s guided with hints, etc.


Timothy Johansson  is a co-founder and front-end developer at UserApp – the cloud-based user management API. He’s currently doing one growth hack a day for 100 days. He lives in Lund, Sweden. Make sure to check out his amazing blog full of growth hacks.

Karol Pokojowczyk
karolpokojowczyk

Karol Pokojowczyk is the CEO and Founder of Colibri.io – an online Growth Hacking Tool. Previously founded 2.0 Web Solutions (Drupal Agency), managed developers and helped number of companies grow online.


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