The Art and Science of Growth Hacking@danmartell #growthhackingCredit: Eole
Who am I?Canadian, Serial Entrepreneur, Angel Investor                                                Credit: grantmac
Often Wrong, Never In Doubt
Traction [Product/Market Fit]                          Credit: cobalt
Core Product Value Credit: amy_kearns
Credit: (Book) Lean Analytics
MeasureMetrics Dashboard                    Credit: myoldpostcards
Test       Credit: jseita
Try      Credit: jseita
Tools        Credit: myoldpostcards
Activity Streams                   Credit: myoldpostcards
Surveys          Credit: jseita
Growth Strategies                    Credit: myoldpostcards
Cohort Metrics
Other Peoples Networks (OPN)
Shareable Moments
Make No Small Plans!http://clarity.fm/danmartellTwitter: @danmartell
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Dan Martell The Art and Science of Growth Hacking

  1. 1. The Art and Science of Growth Hacking@danmartell #growthhackingCredit: Eole
  2. 2. Who am I?Canadian, Serial Entrepreneur, Angel Investor Credit: grantmac
  3. 3. Often Wrong, Never In Doubt
  4. 4. Traction [Product/Market Fit] Credit: cobalt
  5. 5. Core Product Value Credit: amy_kearns
  6. 6. Credit: (Book) Lean Analytics
  7. 7. MeasureMetrics Dashboard Credit: myoldpostcards
  8. 8. Test Credit: jseita
  9. 9. Try Credit: jseita
  10. 10. Tools Credit: myoldpostcards
  11. 11. Activity Streams Credit: myoldpostcards
  12. 12. Surveys Credit: jseita
  13. 13. Growth Strategies Credit: myoldpostcards
  14. 14. Cohort Metrics
  15. 15. Other Peoples Networks (OPN)
  16. 16. Shareable Moments
  17. 17. Make No Small Plans!http://clarity.fm/danmartellTwitter: @danmartell
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