Anatomy Of A Growth Marketer

  • Anatomy of a Growth Marketer: Michael Cleyn, Shopify

    … When Shopify’s founder and chief executive, Tobi Lütke, told investors that “This company will never ever be limited by its ambitions,” he meant it. The commerce software business has rapidly made a name for itself through a number of timely innovations, smart acquisitions and going public on the New York Stock Exchange in 2015. What’s it like…

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  • Anatomy of a Growth Marketer: Gina Han, Peloton

    … From its humble beginnings on Kickstarter to $100 million in funding last year, Peloton is gearing up to revolutionize at-home workouts. An addictive combination of cutting edge equipment, immersive live classes, and social networking has already prompted The New York Times to declare Peloton a “cult favorite.” What’s it like to work at a fast…

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  • Anatomy of a Growth Marketer: Belle Napasagorn, Pomelo

    … Anatomy of a Growth Marketer is an ongoing blog series showcasing top talent in the field of digital advertising. Since 2014, Southeast Asian online retail brand Pomelo has been helping women solve the dilemma of having nothing to wear. With 4 new arrivals per week, 365 day returns and affordable fast fashion under two proprietary clothing…

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  • Anatomy of a Growth Marketer: Evelyn Tong, Dashlane

    … can be, we actually interact a lot with everyone at Dashlane! For example, we have stand-ups every morning and bi-weekly Town Halls, so everyone is always aware at a high level of what other teams are doing, such as product updates and new features. The advertising team works most closely with the Analytics and Creative teams. We work…

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  • Anatomy of a Growth Marketer: Ankita Singh, Trendin

    Anatomy of a Growth Marketer is an ongoing blog series showcasing top talent in the field of digital advertising. Trendin is an online retail store for Indian shoppers, featuring brand names like Allen Solly, Pantaloons, and People. Catering to every demographic and covering a wide array of price points from mass-market to luxury, the fashionwear and accessories site has becom ...

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  • Anatomy of a Growth Marketer: Aranya Choudhury, Hopscotch.in

    … Anatomy of a Growth Marketer is an ongoing blog series showcasing top talent in the field of digital advertising. Hopscotch.in is an eCommerce portal for Indian moms, selling baby and children’s apparel, shoes and other related products. Launched in October 2012, the online store was co-founded by two Harvard Business School alumni who…

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  • Anatomy of a Growth Marketer: Ben Moscatello, Storm8

    … campaigns and collaborate closely with our analytics team. Data is the foundation of what we do in UA; it really drives everything. To that end, I’ve worked extensively on LTV prediction methodology, as well as measuring organic attach rates and collaborating on other reporting tools. We focus on a network approach, so we’re constantly developing…

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  • Anatomy of a Growth Marketer: Matthew Fletcher, Sportsbet

    … will work with us to run social CRM campaigns as well as our other Online Acquisition channels (e.g. SEM, SEO, Display, Affiliates). Our Data Analytics team help analyse the true, long-term value of our campaigns and the customers that we acquire. What is your favorite Nanigans software feature? Versatile reporting views. Being able to quickly look…

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  • Anatomy of a Growth Marketer: Nina Komm, Joss & Main

    … Anatomy of a Growth Marketer is an ongoing blog series showcasing top talent in the field of digital advertising. Great in-house advertisers are the lifeblood of digital business growth. They are methodical and analytical, using results from real-time reporting to iterate on best-performing creative and copy as well as to identify under…

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  • Anatomy of a Growth Marketer: Dae Son, DraftKings

    … be responding to them, should you be turning campaigns off, should you be trying something completely different? Maybe your test was set up wrong. We’re making sure everything is performing correctly and meeting our KPIs. After that it’s conceptualizing and coming up with new ideas and finding the next target segment. If there’s 90% of the market…

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