May 14, 2019 3:33:35 AM

How Wil Reynolds went from teaching economics to building a world-renowned marketing agency

What we cover in episode 40

How many of us get knock backs in our careers? How many of us let those knockbacks hurt our success?

Wil Reynolds is the founder of Seer Interactive, a globally renowned marketing agency with over 150 employees. He decided to start Seer after he spent 18 months looking for a role in marketing but didn't get a single interview.

Topics: Podcast, Founder, Customer Acquisition

May 7, 2019 4:50:27 AM

How AI Helps Brands Discover Their Audience

What we cover in EP39

We've all seen the film Terminator (or at least you should have). But, are we going to see mass termination of marketing jobs as AI becomes ever more intelligent?

On episode 39 of the GrowthTLDR we talk to founder and CEO of LighteningAI, Colette Nataf about the effects of AI in marketing.

Topics: Growth, Podcast, Founder

Apr 30, 2019 8:28:00 AM

The Secrets Behind ActiveCampaign's Rapid Growth

What we cover in Episode 38?

There is a misconception that high growth companies are overnight successes. You often don't hear the real story on how it took years and a lot of hard work to build that success.

Today, we're joined by founder and CEO of ActiveCampaign Jason VandeBoom to talk about their growth story.

Topics: Growth, Podcast, Founder

Apr 23, 2019 3:30:19 AM

How to Grow Your Business Using the 10X Formula

What we cover on Episode 37

In a growing company there is no end to the opportunities you can invest time and effort in, so just how do you decide on the ones worth that investment?

We talk to Garrett Moon, CEO, and Co-Founder of the rapidly growing CoSchedule about his 10X formula for growth.

Topics: Podcast, Founder, Customer Acquisition

Apr 16, 2019 4:28:28 AM

Why Brand isn't Your Moat

What we cover on Episode 36

Is brand your only moat left?

We talk to April Dunford on how a clear and differentiated point of view is what helps to make a company successful, not the brand.

Topics: Podcast, Founder, Brand

Apr 9, 2019 4:27:09 AM

Virality and Product-channel fit: The Story Behind Looms Explosive Growth

What we cover in EP35?

We're big fans of product-led companies, and Loom is an example of how growth for them can be rapid if you get all of the key elements correct.

Loom is a product that has natural virality and easily spread within companies through one individual's usage.

Topics: Growth, Podcast, Founder

Mar 26, 2019 5:21:45 AM

Why SoapBox moved from a Sales-led to Product-led Company

What we cover on Episode 33

We talk a lot about the shift to a product-led go-to-market on the GrowthTLDR, but we haven't included many examples of companies who made that shift.

In this episode, we talk to Jessica Weiz COO of SoapBox about that very topic.

Topics: Growth, Podcast, Founder

Mar 19, 2019 4:17:21 AM

Why Growth at all Costs Won't Scale with Garrett Mehrguth

What we cover on Episode 32

For high-growth companies, it's easy to become fixated on growth at all costs. You obsess over the number of new customers you're acquiring each month and start to forget about the quality of work or service you're delivering.

In this episode of the GrowthTLDR, we talk to Garrett Mehrguth who is CEO and founder of fast-growing B2B search agency Directive Consulting, on why growth at all costs never results in long-term success.

Topics: Growth, Podcast, Founder

Mar 12, 2019 4:35:54 AM

The Evolution of Growth with Brian Balfour

What we cover on Episode 31

Reforge is the premier platform to learn all things growth. It was founded by Brian Balfour who has founded a number of companies, along with working for high growth SaaS companies like HubSpot.

In this episode, we talk to Brian about the 3 critical steps to adopting growth within a company, the importance of growth models, and how to find your product-channel fit.

Topics: Growth, Podcast, Founder

Feb 19, 2019 4:30:39 AM

How freemium helped Hotjar grow to 21k paying customers in 4 years with David Darmanin

What we cover in Episode 28

Hotjar has grown a lot in popularity over the past four years. Over 400k websites are using Hotjar, and they have over 21k paying customers.

We talk to David Darmanin, founder and CEO of Hotjar about his experiences in building such a successful company.

Topics: Growth, Podcast, Founder

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