If you scan the volumes of growth hacking literature on the web, there’s a lot of good data and post-mortem analysis on how startups like Dropbox, Paypal and Uber used referral marketing programs to accelerate early user adoption and brand-building. As a result, we’re going to assume if you’ve read this far, as a baseline, you agree with us: IF you have a good product, a customer referral program is an effective way to incentivize your existing user base to do some of your marketing for you. But we’re not here to repeat why customer referral programs are a tasty growth hacking recipe: instead, we want to walk through how to bake the cake, structure and implement one.
Hey guys - a few of you have wondered why I’ve been posting less often lately, and I can finally answer!
For the past few months, I’ve been working on building a new web development company, O8 Labs. We build websites, design logos, launch marketing / rebranding campaigns, and much more importantly, we even have a science pun in our name: the slogan is “Breathing life into web development,” and our name comes from Oxygen’s atomic number. Whoa, this guy must really love science, you must be thinking - and you’d be right.
If you or anyone you know needs a:
- personal website
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Feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com for a quote!
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Conor Oberst typically sounds like a whiny bitch, but Lua has helped me get through some tough times. Lovely collaboration.