Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Mohamad Zidani, Sep 25, 2019.
I'm creating a new local startup and i need the best growth tactics for startup.
There are a ton of "hacks" but not all will work for your business.
You should have a growth mindset and always test new things to see which brings the biggest results with the minimum effort or expense and then scale it
Silly me for thinking that you were going to provide some tactics of your own instead of selfishly wanting others to provide information for you.
I'm not experienced Growth Hacker, if i know any tactics i'm happy to share it
Well, he say that because your post title "Let's share" but after that you say "I'm creating a new local startup and i need the best growth tactics for startup" its a click bait.
It is an indication or implication that you will share your method as well, along with the other.
Not just asking for it.
"Growth Hacker" are just 2 words. People have been hacking the growth of their companies for ages.
If you're good at selling and marketing and are really focused on growing fast you should start testing right now.
First of all what does your startup do? A startup can be a pizzeria too..
Local business directory service something like yelp.
True that and many growth hacks are available on bhw if you keep your eyes open
There's no winning growth hacking strategy that will work for all companies. You need to make a lot of tests and somehow manage to be different than your competitors. One technique that comes to mind is to offer something for free. Freebies can make people interested in your brand much faster.
I am here and I am attention.
What's the benefit of my business joining your platform? What's different and better than yelp and why you created it?
Yelp does not work in Morocco, this is where i found the Opportunity.
Guest posts + PBN. Better you not will find, especially for the new site / startup.
There are no business directories?
It's always a good idea to try and gain new knowledge and maybe it's a translation mixup but personally I would not be starting a "start up" if you have not got experience. Go work at a start up (whatever the fuck start up means anyway....as in "a business". I'm not a hipster so I don't feel the need to use that term I guess.) Get a job in the field you want to work in and gain some experience. Reading about stuff here on a forum is a poor substitute for doing the work and gaining experience and knowledge in the real world. Either way I think starting up a business with no experience is a bad idea.
They are but not good as Yelp, Foursquare... they only have Outdated businesses information, poor design, poor UX...
And are you sure people need a better Yelp?
Yes there is a need, from the preliminary data in control panel site (Phone clicks, adresses clicks...) .
Ok then test the idea organically.
Hit up people with local businesses and linkedin
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