Have you ever thought of what is the point of having a good website if no one ever sees it? What is the point of paying more for advertisements, if the people that go on to your website never convert? What is the point of marketing to people interested in your product they can’t afford it?
That’s where Growth Hacking comes in, unlike most of the standalone services, growth hacking focuses on the intersectionality between the technical and social aspects of marketing. We can think of marketing as a building; you start by creating a strong blueprint to guide your efforts. You can then acquire the right tools, raw materials, money needed to complete the project. Once you have everything you need, you assemble the right team to research on the right .. If you are lagging in any one of these, your effort is likely to begin from the start.
The growth hacking team focuses on the full customer journey. For example, whether the user engaged with the website or not? Like signing up or by engaging for one or two minutes on your webpage, user experience, etc.
The weak foundation can cause long-term problems. It can take years to, complete a project with the wrong tools and even if you do everything correctly, you won’t be able to complete the project without the right budget. Second of all, if you don’t do adequate research, you may find that you can’t sell your product at all. You may be thinking, isn’t it expensive to do everything at once? Not necessarily. The proper strategy is that a project can be done in stages, increasing the profitability at every step.
Follow the right strategy and you will start to see the results you are looking for. More people will find your website, and more people will convert from your ads. You will finally connect to the people that want and can afford your products or services. Marketing is a strategy, not a service. Develop and emphasize on your marketing strategy today.