In this episode of the GrowthTLDR, we talk about how the unbundling of platforms like Craigslist, Reddit, and LinkedIn presents opportunities for digital communities to better serve their audience's needs.
In this episode of the GrowthTLDR, we cover a common question, how do the best companies pick winning markets.
We use Strava, the social network for athletes, and ask how they would pick who to build their go-to-market around.
We cover how they might access a market's profitability, what market they should build product features for, and how they should think about building a plan for audience growth.
In this episode of the GrowthTLDR, we talk to Paul Cowan, the CMO of Freshbooks about how you build a 12 month plan for growth.
In this episode of the GrowthTLDR, we talk to Darin Brown, the CEO, and Co-Founder of Docket, a company looking to revolutionize meetings through a product-led model.
In this episode of the GrowthTLDR, we talk to Xenia Muntean, the CEO, and co-founder of Planable.
Planable is a four-year-old company based in London with 20 employees and 700 customers. They provide a tool that helps social media managers better collaborate.
In this episode we talk to Adam Grenier who has done growth at companies like Hotel Tonight, Uber and Lambda School.
We get into Adam's wild ride at Uber, where during his four years the company went from 300 employees to 20,000. We ask what did growth do at Uber, how was it structured, and why it was disbanded after three years.
In this episode of the GrowthTLDR, we talk to Mark Fiske, who has lead teams at Ancestry and CreditKarma.
We talk to Mark about all of the things you need to master to lead marketing at a successful scale-up company.
In this episode of the GrowthTLDR, we talk about some of the latest tech stories, including Loom updating their pricing and Notion launching jobs to be done guides, and how you can build a customer acquisition model for 2021.