“The best marketing strategy ever? CARE”
Fast results is what growth hacking is all about. In short, we look for opportunities to generate your company’s growth as quickly and efficiently as possible, or in other words: determine the best GTM strategy.
More in detail, by using existing and new creative strategies, we aim for funnel optimization. This is achieved through a data-driven process that analyzes your business and audience, to have a better understanding of the marketing efforts that actually work.
This is an ideal method to generate growth and see data-driven results in no time!
How Does It Work?
Optimizing your data to engage your audience and generate growth!
The first step to any meaningful marketing process is analyzing and researching. In growth hacking, we assess the existing marketing efforts, the channels, and the activity it employs. The more data we have the better results we can generate. That includes, paid performance campaigns, content strategy, leads generation methods, and more.
Now with the data at hand and a clear understanding of what you’re currently doing, we can plan data-driven growth experiments. This approach, also known as an action plan, is based on two elements: the data, and the company’s goals and process as we define them together. The structure should reflect the level of growth the company aspires to reach, and the data needed for informed decision making.
The plan is nearly ready, and you’re almost good to go, but this stage is just as important as the previous - we set up the structure necessary for maximum growth. That is, we lay out the plan, implement it and optimize your growth opportunities. From aligning the messaging to implementing tracking tools – we do it together!
This stage seems pretty straightforward, but the truth is, throughout execution, we optimize and learn in a fast-changing market. The key to success is adaptability. The faster we adjust and therefore, optimize the top of the funnel and in-the-funnel growth, the more efficient our results will be. Using the information we gather and the data we generate, you get the answer to “what’s next?”