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.
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.
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.
What we cover on Episode 30
Buffer is a social media management platform. It has grown to over 80 employees and zero offices.
As remote work increases, the number of companies like Buffer continues to grow. On this episode of the GrowthTLDR podcast, we talk to Kevan Lee, VP of Marketing at Buffer about this experiences working as a remote manager.
What we cover on Episode 29
Venngage is a free infographic tool used by over one million people. How did they acquire so many people?
We talk to their Chief Growth Officer Nadya Koja on how they built a repeatable content marketing playbook focused on acquiring new users from Google.
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.
What we cover in Episode 27
CreditKarma is a hyper-growth company. When Matt joined 3.5 years ago, he had eight engineers, today that number has grown to over 100.
Matt helped to create a culture of growth at the company.
What we cover in Episode 26
For product-led companies focused on SMB and mid-market, a standard growth opportunity is to stretch their business upmarket.
Often companies with a low touch go-to-market are faced with the question of layering on a higher touch business to go after more advanced customers or lose those customers to competitors.
What we cover in Episode 25
How can you build a world-class product team?
We talk to Claire Vo who is the co-founder of Experiment Engine (sold to Optimizely) and now SVP of Product at Optimizley about this very subject.
What we cover in Episode 24
How can fast-growing SaaS companies apply growth principles across their marketing team?
Ferdinand Goetzen is the chief growth officer for Recruitee based in Amsterdam who has over 40 employees and are growing fast.