Ok, I’ll admit it. I’m a junkie. An audiobook junkie. It all started at Amazon back in 2004 or so. I started buying books. Books about photography and design. Marketing, branding, self-help.
Since then my addiction and dependency on books has escalated.
Just like the archetypical pusher, Amazon first got me hooked on soft drugs (ie. regular books) to pave the way for a later “upgrade” of my addiction… to harder drugs. Audible, another Amazon venture, has since become my heroin.
Luckily, instead of my Audible addiction threatening to ruin my life, I’m happy to announce that despite being severely and utterly addicted: I’m a happy camper. A happy junkie, if you will.
Books are knowledge.
Now pass me those earbuds to I can inject my ears with some knowledge!
That whole process of finding new knowledge – about everything from marketing to philosophy to self-help, psychology and more – and subsequently integrating it into my own life, is one of those challenges that enrich my life so much.
If there’s one subscription that would be the last I’d ever give up: it’s my Audible subscription!
There’s a new knowledge pusher in town
But Audible has gotten itself a strong contender. If Audible was the finest crack cocaine in town, GrowthHacker.tv is that blue meth Walter and Jesse cooks in the autocamper, way out there in the desert.
Yes, Growth Hacker TV is that HOT. Basically, it’s growth hacking 101. Growth hacking tips and tactics. Injected straight into your neural venes.
What is growth hacking?
“What is Growth Hacking” you may ask. Growth Hacking is seen by some as the marketing part of Lean Startup (the movement started by Eric Ries). More precisely, growth hacking is about experimenting to find creative, data-driven ways of growing your business. either by users or by profits. Those two are not the same by the way. That’s one of the things I learned very quickly from watching Growth Hacker TV.
Lean startups need all the help we can get!
As you might have seen, I have this whole Headway Hero – WordPress web design online course / tutorial thing going on. I’m a lean startup. Bootstrapped and all. And that’s… challenging! One thing is producing the content (which is pretty damn hard work). But another thing is the huge task of growing it to become a viable, growing, profitable, healthy business. Something I can make a living from, instead of me just seemingly trying to work myself to death:)
What better way to get that “growth hacker marketing ball” rolling, than to get the best pieces of advice, straight from some of the most knowledgeable, experienced, creative, successful entrepreneurs the world has ever seen?
Interviews with people like Alistair Croll (incredibly smart guy and author of Lean Analytics), Archie Abrams (Udemy) and Jason Cohen founder of wildly profitable WordPress hosting company WP Engine who even came back for a second interview – which he again bombed with not just pearls but pearl strings of growth hacker marketing wisdom, are truly worth their weight in gold. Yeah I know a digitally delivered product doesn’t weigh anything – but I’m sure you get the idea, right?
So if you are an entrepreneur / lean startup, trying to grow your online business, you would do yourself a GREAT disservice by NOT subscribing to Growth Hacker TV!
Yes, I’m serious. Growth hacker TV really is that great. The stuff that, not great dreams but: real-life successes are made of.
If you sign up via this link, YOU will get 25% off. And I’ll get 25% off until I pay nada for my monthly Growth Hacker TV subscription. You can do the same. Refer your friends. See? That’s an excellent win-win-win growth hacking strategy in real-life use, right there! Win-win-win because you benefit, I benefit, and Growth Hacker TV also benefits (by getting you as a valued member).
That’s the stuff you’ll learn tons of, by watching Growth Hacker TV.
There’s even a little community there – and a “recipes” section (with concrete growth hacking recipes to follow). Neat and overwhelmingly useful.
Apropos addictions, you could start by watching the the GrowthHacker.tv episode where Bronson Taylor (the wonderfully warm and intelligent host) interviews Nir Eyal, author of the book Hooked (on creating habit forming products). Nir even got invited back for an extra interview.