Masters of Growth #1 - The Difference between Growth Hacking and CRO?


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By Masters of Growth - Optimization Strategy Advice and Iridion - the leading conversion management platform. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.
Here are the questions we discussed in this episode of Masters of Growth: 1) What’s the difference between Growth Hacking and Conversion Optimization? 2) What's will be the impact of new checkout technologies like Apple Pay, one-click or chatbot conversion funnels on the work of optimizers? 3) What are the biggest misconceptions about the work of optimizers? Links from this episode: What is Growth Hacking? Apple Pay Identify Guidelines Nick So (Widerfunnel) Send us your questions using #mog on twitter or LinkedIn. Alternatively, you can visit our website and use the intercom chat option on the lower right to talk to Tim directly for feedback on the show or to submit questions. iridion website: iridion on YouTube: Tim on twitter: André on twitter: --- Iridion is the conversion optimization platform enabling optimizers to learn and succeed. Iridion supports you in finding the right ideas to test, prioritize your efforts, set up and monitor experiments as well as documenting and sharing your gained insights. André Morys is the CEO of konversionsKRAFT, a well-known optimization agency. Andre is a prolific entrepreneur, speaker, and author who’s shaping the internal optimization landscape for several years. He also co-founded the Global Optimization Group as the first international network for conversion optimization. Tim Herbig is a product and business leader, as well as a prolific writer, podcaster, and speaker. He’s responsible for the overall sales, product, engineering and marketing efforts behind the leading conversion optimization platform Iridion. He previously shaped digital products at XING, Gruner+Jahr, and several smaller startups where he held product leadership roles for more than seven years. Tim also regularly co-organizes the Product Tank Hamburg meetup to promote the local product management community.

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