“How can I get my first 1,000 users?” Is one of the most popular questions I get asked whenever I do consultations or meet a new client. Last week, specially for Ledel’s FlyBudapest conference, I teamed up with (the amazing!) Ben Lang to answer that question.
How can I become a growth hacker? Is there a ‘growth hacking’ book or a growth hacking blog I should read? What are the best resources on Growth Hacking? These are some of the most heard of questions about growth hacking today. While I find it hard to give a definitive answer on how to start doing growth hacking, I can easily say that …
About two weeks ago I saw a friend’s post on Facebook promoting a new management tool called “SpringSled”. He posted a link saying – “Honestly I don’t know what this product is, but if you sign up using this link, I will get it for free for 12 months”. He even wrote a blog post about it. I was intrigued. …
Every company that seeks growth should always track down a number of key metrics that indicate the true state of the company. I believe that when you start researching for that right set of metrics to follow you have to go through several filters:
A Step by step guide to creating a high converting landing pages from scratch. All the steps you’ll need to take from user interviews to wireframing
Coming up with new blog post ideas that generate thousands of visitors every week isn’t easy, in this post I will teach you how to use Twitter to generate great blog posts ideas week after week.
Last Wednesday (25.12) I got a chance to give a talk at Avi Itzkovitch’s ‘UX Salon’ Meetup group at Google Israel’s Campus.
I gave a one-hour talk about “How to Growth Hack through UX” followed by a 30 min. Q&A and a 30 min. mini-live workshop.