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So here’s an interesting quote: Growth is at least as much discipline and execution as creativity. That’s from Mike Greenfield, in Six Steps to Growth: What I Learned as 500 Startups’ Growth Hacker In Residence, on Numerate Choir. Interesting concept. It should be obvious. But there it is, standing out, and worth stopping and quoting, precisely...
One thing that many new businesses take for granted is that their competitors are the same companies online and offline. While it’s often the case that the same company controls market share in both sectors, when you start looking at the complex landscape of keywords and user dynamics, the competition increases and new players enter...