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"Mais c'est quoi le Growth Hacking ?" par Oussama Ammar & Willy Braun

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Dans ce premier meetup, Oussama Ammar et Willy Braun te livrent les bases et te parle de cas concrets pour t'expliquer le Growth Hacking. Entre état d'esprit, analyse de data, étude socio et outils tech, le monde du Growth Hacking est vaste... et passionnant !

Les points-clés:
- Le Growth Hacking ne se limite pas à un domaine, c'est avant tout un état d'esprit. Il faut être curieux et puiser dans pleins de domaine pour s'approprier et appliquer leurs enseignements.
- Il n'y a pas de profil type du Growth Hacker. C'est quelqu'un de versatile et qui aime expérimenter.
- L'obsession du growth hacker c'est la croissance !
- L'objectif est d'avoir une proportion proche entre l'acquisition et la rétention des utilisateurs
- En analysant la data, on peut observer des choses contre-intuitives qui n'auraient pas pu être anticipées, mais qui peuvent être exploitées. Par exemple, Facebook découvre que spammer beaucoup incite vraiment les gens à s'inscrire.
- Il vaut mieux tester des méthodes qui ne scalent pas initialement puis les automatiser, que de lancer des fonctionnalités inutiles. L'astuce d'Airb'n'b d'envoyer des photographes dans les appartements vient de leur rapprochement avec leurs premiers utilisateurs.
- Aujourd'hui on peut vendre avant de fabriquer. Ca permet de bien connaître son marché, tester son projet, et limiter les risques.
- Toujours regarder la metric la plus en aval, et éviter les 'vanity metrics'.
- Hacker, c'est essayer constamment des nouvelles choses !

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  • 2. 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5 What is Growth Hacking Who is the Growth Hacker What this guy does concretely - case studies The holy sources The 3D of Trinity
  • 3. This is growth hacking
  • 4. What is Growth Hacking? GH looks like a mix of everything: Psychology, copywriting, digital marketing, analytics, front-end dev, back-end dev, anthropology.
  • 5. 2. What is a growth hacker? If you wanted to recruit a GH, what would you look for?(Q/A)
  • 6. Let’s look at Facebook In their early days the Growth Team was composed of Chamath Palihapitiya, Blake Ross, Andy Johns, Javier Olivan…
  • 7. Let’s look at Facebook You don’t know these guys? Let’s look at their skills: - direct acquisition, - front-end development & design, - back-end development, - data science.
  • 8. So basically if you want to hire a GH, you are just looking for someone to cover the full spectrum of a startup. Inspector gadget x superman?
  • 9. No job description You can’t tell what a growth hacker should be like.
  • 10. A growth hacker is just someone who is obsessively focused on growth and only on growth* *if you think it’s like the CEO I would be worried about your your treasury
  • 11. He should be either autonomous on most matters or/and someone who could use the core team skills to ensure the growth
  • 12. What does the GH do
  • 13. 1. Let’s go back to facebook Traction since it was hot. But they’ve spoted that to activating new user -> 7 mails PS: what’s your risk of spaming (especially in the early days?) + easier to activate with female
  • 14. 2. Circle of friends – Discovered that moms on Circle of Friends were far more active than other users: • Their messages to one another were on average 50% longer. • They were 115% more likely to attach a picture to a post. • They were 110% more likely to engage in a threaded (i.e. deep) conversation. • They were 75% more likely to click on Facebook notifications. • They were 180% more likely to click on Facebook news feed items • They were 60% more likely to accept invitations to the app. – Pivoted entire company from Circle of Friends to Circle of Moms. – Grew from 2MM monthly active users to 4.5MM – Sold to Sugar Inc.
  • 15. 3. AirBnB & Craiglist
  • 16. 3. AirBnB & the photos Went from 20 photographers in the field in 2011 to doing 5,000 shoots per month.
  • 17. 4. Dropbox - acquisition Bonus : kick ass video full of MEMES (you have to understand the culture, remember)
  • 18. 4. Dropbox - Referral PROBLEM: revenue = $99 CAC = $300 referal : free space for (Acquisition + Activation) -> – Users sent 2.8 million direct referral invites in April 2010. – In Sept. 2008 the service had 100,000 registered users. – In Jan 2010 (15 mos.) the service had 4,000,000.
  • 19. 5. Twitter 30 follows
  • 20. 6. Living social - Referral Insight: – Building an audience can be outside of the core product experience. – Giving away deals is cheaper than giving away cash. • Hack: – Building a purely viral Facebook app called Pick Your 5, and growing virally until pivoting to daily deals. – A new twist on refer-a-friend with the 3-and-free dynamic. •Result: – 10’s of millions of Facebook app installs – 70MM users as of 11/12
  • 21. The holy sources A. Analytics B. Trying always new things
  • 22. A. Analytics Deep dive vs spot check
  • 23. A. Analytics Frameworks Funel : the simplest the more powerfull Get visitors -> activate members -> retain users Stay simple : core metrics + simplest framework possible (the math gets easy : XYZ) AARRR To focus on referal (cf viral loop) + revenue ($ matters at the end)
  • 24. A. Analytics Vanity metrics Hypothesis Correlation-causality
  • 25. A. ANALYTICS PS : for those who think this all is easy, just one quick story:
  • 26. B. Always trying new things Growth hacking is like x-> e^x But we always finish on a plateau Not a single sprint : it’s like interval training
  • 27. B. Always trying new things Imagination is KEY!
  • 28. V. The 3D Of Trinity Design, data, distribution
  • 29. Next episodes of GH
  • 30. Credit

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