The process of optimizing each aspect of a product for growth. A **growth hacker** focuses on user awareness, acquisition, retention, engagement and resurrection. A good **growth hacker** also needs to be fully focused on the products value proposition.
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I'm looking into advertising my company via affiliate marketing and was wondering if anyone had any insights on the best affiliate network to use.
I've had calls with Rakuten Linkshare and ShareASale so far. Right now, it looks like ShareASale makes more sense to me. The set up fee is nearly half the price of Rakuten Linkshare and their commission cut seems like it would be smaller on the front end. (ShareASale is 20% of referral cut to the affiliate or a minimum of $35 and Rakuten Linkshare is 3% of all sales generated or a $500 minimum).
My big concern is the networks available. None of the affiliate networks share which publishers and partners are in their network until after you've paid which scares me. I'd like to know who's available for me to work with so I can best start out.
Does anyone know what's the best way to find who's in the networks?
Also, does anyone have any experience with Commission Junction or Impact Radius. Curious people's thoughts on those options as well.
If this helps, I'm selling high end women's apparel. Our AOV is typically around $400+.
Searching for investors who are the right fit for your business is an exhausting and challenging process. Manually gathering data by going through every investor's profile on LinkedIn, Crunchbase, Twitter, Personal Websites, AngelList, and email-finding tools is the last thing every founder has time for.
We’ve compiled 50k+ angels and venture capitalists in one place, categorizing them by their names, locations, investments interests, past investments, and companies they are associated with. Angel Match provides investor contact tags such as Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and AngelList along with the links of companies they are associated with. Currently out of 50k+ investors, 43k+ of them have emails.
💵 Personal experience of raising capital: About a year ago, I went through the process of raising capital myself for our Fintech startup called Richie (https://richieinvest.com) and unfortunately we had no one in our personal network who could refer us to investors. So we tried cold-emailing and as a result we managed to set up phone calls with some of the most elite venture partners from FF Ventures, Light Speed Venture Partners, Cherubic Ventures, and the co-founder of a multibillion dollar startup Wish.com.
😰Problems we faced searching for the right investors: Since we weren’t able to find any decent tools that could help us find investors, we’ve searched and built our investor list ourselves using an excel spreadsheet. Jokes aside, it was not fun at all. In 3 weeks of hard work, we gathered the data of ~600 investors with their names, location and emails. That’s when we understood that there must be so many founders who face the same challenge as we did looking for investors.
⚡️Investor database' product we’ve built previously: In June 2018, along with other 3 people, I co-founded Investor Hunt: a database of 40k investors to raise your seed round (turned into 3-4k MRR business). I worked on the marketing side of the product and I spoke with over 1000 founders and C-level executives of startups in various sectors. By listening to their concerns, feedback, and problems, I found that there were some major flaws that Investor Hunt had.
I’ve decided to build Angel Match from the ground up with my tech partner, creating a more sophisticated data searching tool and a reworked and improved algorithm. As a result, we have much richer datasets, more investors, more sources to verify the accuracy of information of investors, and better data updating tools. We’ve worked on Angel Match since October 2018 and today we are excited to launch the largest and the most comprehensive investor database that exists on internet.
☝️Note: Angel Match has no association with Investor Hunt, it was independently built and developed from scratch. If you have any questions or feedback, I would love to hear them. Thanks for reading 🙏
Hello! We are group of students having a course about growth hacking as a part of our studies. Case is to get views to videos we have made ourselves uploaded on Youtube-channel. Goal setted for is 5000 views per video. We have no budget, which makes job a little bit challenging.
We mainly focus on social media, since we decided it is easiest way to start creating awareness and channeling traffic to Youtube. We created accounts to all of big four: Facebook, Linkedin, Instagram and Twitter. What we soon noticed that in Facebook and Linkedin , there is nearly no other ways to create awareness for page than paid ads. Hashtags might be one way how users would find you, but seems that people hardly use them.
Instagram and Twitter seem more promising. Their mechanics encourage people to find bew content and follow interesting people. We managed to get good amount of followers who actively react to our posts, but we have challenges on getting them to look go our channel and view videos.
So, do you have any good tips how to get people to grab our conversion, in other words go to channel and view videos? All advises are appreciated! Thank you!
I'm doing some marketing for a niche music industry start-up where a number of competitors were kind enough to tag their customers websites with specific phrases (think "wordpress' type stuff at the bottom). If I was able to create a list of these pages, reaching out would be fairly easy (as one could scrape the site for contact info, which is likely to be posted there by the user). My issue is, how to compile a list. Obv some sort of crazy search engine would be awesome, but most limit the results you can see for a phrase search to the top 400 or so. Has anyone cracked this issue before?
I found that are multiple reasons on why we're getting very low open rates in blogs
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