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Whether you’re a marketer, founder, or consultant, gain a competitive edge by learning the battle-tested marketing strategies in-detail from today's smartest marketers such as Rand Fishkin, April Dunford, Hiten Shah, and Val Geisler. Each week I uncover the proven step-by-step marketing processes and systems from each guest so you can apply the lessons to accelerate the growth of your company. Download the FREE growth cheat sheet with actionable tips, notes, and takeaways from the latest pod ...
 
Patrick Campbell and Hiten Shah break down what people think about popular products on their new video show Tradeoffs. They analyzed 1000s of survey responses to understand how people really feel about some of the biggest products on the market.
 
Everyone Hates Marketers is a no-fluff, actionable marketing podcast for people sick of shady, in-your-face marketing. Louis Grenier interviews marketers who are not afraid to cut through the BS and say things as they are. Learn how to get more visitors, more leads, more customers, more long-term profits, by using good marketing: by treating people the way you'd like to be treated.
 
Supermanagers, brought to you by the team at Fellow.app, is the podcast for managers and leaders who want to become better at leading teams and organizations. Aydin Mirzaee, CEO of Fellow.app, interviews world-class executives about their habits, thought patterns and experiences that have helped them become the leaders they are today.
 
An exploration of the toolboxes of the amazing people leveraging the internet to build audiences, foster growth, and generate wealth. The guests diverge in some areas, but converge in others, displaying the shared traits that lead to success. Every week, host Brandon Zhang aims to uncover the guest's path to success and question them on the topics they know best. Past guests have included David Perell, Jack Butcher and Anthony Pompliano.
 
At Makerpad we teach people how to build software solutions without writing code. In this podcast, we will be talking to the founders of the no-code tools themselves, people like Vlad from Webflow Emmanuel from Bubble, and the founders and makers, professionals who are using tools and no-code solutions in their business to automate workflows, set up processes, and increase their productivity to allow themselves to be more creative at work. The no-code movement is so much more than building a ...
 
FounderLine is a live weekly webcast devoted to helping startup founders succeed, hosted by seven-time startup entrepreneur and investor Joe Beninato. Each week, Joe welcomes an experienced entrepreneur or investor to discuss startup-related topics and field questions from entrepreneurs around the world. FounderLine is broadcast live, and viewers are welcome to send questions via email or twitter. For more information, go to founderline.com.
 
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In episode 26, Hiten Shah reveals the difference between culture fit and work flow fit. Hiten is a multi time founder, building and growing his own companies such as Crazy Egg, KISSmetrics and Quick Sprout. He also co-hosts The Startup Chat, a podcast about startup life, insights and advice. In this episode, Hiten reflects on his first engineering …
 
Today, I am speaking with Hiten Shah, the co-founder of FYI, a company that helps you find your documents in 3 clicks or less. He previously co-founded CrazyEgg and KISSmetrics as well. In our conversation today we talk about how his upbringing shaped his entrepreneurial spirit, how to separate the forest from the weeds, and finding the definition …
 
You should be very familiar with my guest today. As a serial entrepreneur, he’s founded and co-founded multiple companies over the past 20 years including, KISSmetrics and Crazy Egg. He’s now CEO of FYI, a solution for having all of your documents in one place. In this episode, Hiten talks about value proposition and why keeping it simple is the ke…
 
Sarah Weise is a bestselling author, founder of the award-winning Bixa research studio, and has worked with some of the world's biggest brands. She recently turned her attention to the largest living generation, Generation Z, and her book, InstaBrain, is all about what makes them different and how to market to them. We covered: The definition of Ge…
 
Today, Ari Lewis joins the show to talk about why everyone should start a newsletter, actionable lessons from Disney and Barstool, and what he learned from hiring a writing coach. Ari helps companies and thought leaders earn attention without paying for it. He hosts the podcast, “The Attention Economy,” where he talks with entrepreneurs, executives…
 
Get the free growth cheat sheets with all actionable notes, takeaways, and tips from the latest episode in a one-page PDF at https://growthtoday.fm/117 Team collaboration is the cornerstone of any successful marketing teams. Collaborative workplaces see increased levels of trust, a more engaged workforce, and improved performance. However, marketin…
 
Paula Alcalá is the COO and Co-founder of Palabra, an email automation platform that integrates with your existing tools to make advanced email processes simple. In this conversation we talk about: - How Palabra came to be - The evolution of the platform - Joining an accelerator - Transitioning from education to tech - What's missing in the no-code…
 
Today, George Mack joins the show talk about attracting luck, what high-performance lessons we can learn from Josh Waitzkin, sensory deprivation tanks, and the mental models behind video games. George specializes in growth marketing for e-commerce and tech businesses, and he studies how mental models influence our thinking. Links: 1. George's Twitt…
 
In episode 27, Marcus reminds us that intentionality must come along with remote work. Marcus Wermuth is the Engineering and Product Manager at Buffer, a social media growth, engagement and management platform. Marcus is an advocate for remote work and is deeply passionate about helping managers build effective, distributed teams. Marcus talks abou…
 
In today’s episode of The Startup Chat, Steli and Hiten talk about why you should share your work. While a lot of startups conduct their business in secret, some are now beginning to share what they are working on with the public, and like everything in life, sharing your work has it’s pros and cons. In this episode, Steli and Hiten talk about what…
 
Hybrency founder, John James, believes that humans are the most important single reason businesses fail to thrive. But how do you weed out internal biases in your business? As host of the podcast, Champagne Strategy, John specializes in deconstructing world-class strategies and growth marketing. In this episode, he explains how to crush bias to ena…
 
Today, Matt Ragland joins the show to talk about his recent decision to become a full-time creator, how to get better at bullet-journalling, and what goes into a perfect coaching experience. Matt used to work at both Convertkit and Podia, two companies geared towards helping creators turn their passions into a career. Matt has joined the ranks of t…
 
On today’s episode, I am talking with Juvoni Beckford, a Senior Software Engineer at Google. Juvoni is also the epitome of a lifelong learner as a voracious reader, a passionate community builder with a keen interest in systems, habits, and productivity methods. In today’s episode, we talk about building anti-libraries for reading, how Roam Researc…
 
Get the free growth cheat sheets with all actionable notes, takeaways, and tips from the latest episode in a one-page PDF at https://growthtoday.fm/116 Positioning and product messaging are arguably the most important part of marketing since they’re inputs to your sales and marketing campaigns. In this episode, Mohammed, CEO of Benji, shares how th…
 
Hani Mourra is the CEO and Founder of Repurpose, a tool that allows you create your content once and distribute it everywhere. Hani is an expert is video content production and built Repurpose so that he could spend less time distributing content! In this conversation we talk about: - How Repurpose came to life - What Repurpose can do - Automating …
 
What is a go-to-market strategy, exactly? In today’s episode, we’ll define the term in details and dive into the real, actionable steps to design an effective go-to-market strategy. My guest today is Asia Matos, an early-stage startup marketing expert, and the founder and CEO of Demand Maven. We’re going to dive into what exactly is a go-to-market …
 
Today, I am speaking with Ana Lorena Fabrega, she is a former elementary school teacher who is now an edupreneur, a passionate educator outside the classroom with a vision for the future of education and a strong desire to break the mold. She writes a weekly newsletter on education called Fab Fridays and hosts "Show and Tell" on Youtube with David …
 
Get the free growth cheat sheets with all actionable notes, takeaways, and tips from the latest episode in a one-page PDF at https://growthtoday.fm/115 Without knowing it, you might be creating marketing campaigns that signal to customers that they don’t belong there. In this episode, Sonia Thompson, CEO of Thompson Media Group, shares her 5-step a…
 
Geoff Roberts is the co-founder of Outseta, a tool which combines multiple different types of functionality into one platform allowing you to launch your project faster. Otuseta brings together Billing, CRM, Email, Help Desk and Authentication into one place. In this discussion Tom and Geoff talk about: Why he built Outseta 1m 50seconds How using m…
 
In episode 25, Lenny Rachitsky shares a groundbreaking framework to improve your planning processes and performance reviews. Lenny is an expert in product management and has a wealth of knowledge about company growth, people, and management in the technology world. Previously a product lead at Airbnb, he is currently known for writing a weekly news…
 
In today’s episode of The Startup Chat, Steli and Hiten talk about if founders should be doing sales. Sales can be tricky for experienced and new founders, and it’s very common for some founders to want to delegate sales to someone else as they worry that customer will judge them or see their company as a small company and not want to do business w…
 
Khalid Saleh has a wealth of experience in conversion optimization, and it’s not as complicated as you might think. In fact, strip out the jargon and talk to customers like real people and you’re halfway there. But what is it that makes people convert from showing interest to finally buying? We covered: When it’s ok to say no to business What actua…
 
Get the free growth cheat sheets with all actionable notes, takeaways, and tips from the latest episode in a one-page PDF at https://growthtoday.fm/114 Most business YouTube channels are lame. They have very few subscribers and even fewer views per video. With YouTube being the second biggest search engine, Ahrefs doubled down and grew its channel …
 
Humberto is a Co-Founder and Product Owner of dashdash. Dashdash is a web-app creator with a spreadsheet interface allowing you to build Build powerful sales and marketing tools. He also helped build 3 other digital businesses, Skin.pt, EatFirst.com and AirCourts.com In this discussion, Ben and Humberto Discuss: - Building with a no-code mentality …
 
In episode 24, Camille Fournier (Managing Director of Platform Engineering at Two Sigma) talks about the art of managing technical teams... and why leaders should always strive to develop and improve their own skills. Camille’s previous roles include being the Chief Technology Officer at Rent the Runway... a VP and Technical Specialist at Goldman S…
 
In today’s episode of the startup chat, Steli and Hiten talk about if there’s too much SaaS. In the startup world, there are a lot of SaaS solutions for different industries and niches. One of the reasons is that it’s become so easy to build a SaaS product and founders are doing just that. Unfortunately, this leads to oversaturation and standing ou…
 
On today's podcast, I speak with Anna Gat, the CEO and founder of Inter Intellect, a startup dedicated to bringing people together for intellectual discussions and salons. On today's episode, Anna and I talk about how Inter Intellect was created, finding your ikigai, and what goes into a perfect inter intellect salon meeting. 1. Interintellect 2. A…
 
Get the free growth cheat sheets with all actionable notes, takeaways, and tips from the latest episode in a one-page PDF at https://growthtoday.fm/113 Building a community around a brand can become a competitive advantage. We’ve seen brands like Hubspot, GrowthHackers.com, and Clickfunnels do just that. In this episode, Rosie Sherry, Community Man…
 
Hiten Shah is the co-founder of FYI, a company that helps you find your documents in 3 clicks or less. He previously co-founded CrazyEgg and KISSmetrics. In this episode, Ben and Hiten discuss: - Experimentation in business and building digital products - Types of content that are useful to share today online - How content types affect attention an…
 
In episode 23, Andrew Waitman reveals why leadership meetings need structure, but also flexibility. Andrew Waitman is the CEO of Assent Compliance… the global leader in supply chain data management and one of Canada’s top growing companies. Tune in to explore the concepts of agility and adaptability and why structure is such an important aspect of …
 
On today's podcast, I'm speaking with August Bradley, an ex founder who helps small to mid-sized businesses enhance operations with Notion. August also recently created his Notion course, Pillars, Pipelines, and Vaults which he has created content around on his Youtube channel which has reached over 20,000 subscribers. On today's episode, we talk a…
 
This is the second time Hillary Weiss has been on the podcast, and now she's newly retired from copywriting. Instead, she spends her time focusing on coaching for creatives. In this episode, she takes us through the mistakes that people make when launching a product and shares steps for a successful launch, from pre-sale and beyond. We covered: The…
 
On today's podcast, I interview Robbie Crabtree, a trial lawyer who is in the process of building out a transformative speaking curriculum at Performative Speaking. On today's episode, we discuss what that curriculum looks like, his love for pop culture, how we met, and why his favorite character is Harvey Specter. Performative Speaking From talkin…
 
Get the free growth cheat sheets with all actionable notes, takeaways, and tips from the latest episode in a one-page PDF at https://growthtoday.fm/112 One of the milestones for SaaS companies is reaching $1M ARR. In just a few months after reaching this goal, Snappa, a software that helps bloggers and content creators make online graphics, hit the…
 
Connor Finlayson is the founder of Unicorn Factory, a no-code marketplace that connects businesses in New Zealand businesses to local freelancers. In this episode, Ben and Connor discuss: - Why Connor uses Airtable - Building a custom approval system for his marketplace - Connor's thoughts on Zapier and Memberstack (among other tools he uses) Full …
 
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