In this week’s episode of Strike Gold, we speak with Joshua Hardwick, head of content at Ahrefs, a company that develops SEO tools and resources to grow your search traffic. Our conversation well left us speechless!
In this episode with speak with Oliver Wellington, founder of headliner.app.
We talk about user interviews, why being a part of your target audience community is crucial to build loyalty and how to grow a product faster by leveraging feedback loops.
Listen on Apple Podcasts | Listen on Spotify | Listen on Google Podcast In this week’s episode of Strike Gold, we speak with Udi…
In this episode, we speak with Danny cohen, general partner at viola Ventures who’s
investment interests include Consumer Internet, e-Commerce and Digital Media.
He serves on the board of Lucky Fish, Playbuzz, Puls, Splacer, Maapilim, Deep, Lightricks, and Origami Logic. He was also on the board of Tapingo (acquired by Grubhub for $150M).
We talk about the difference between investing b2c VS B2B, what he looks for in team, why unit economics is key and why product-oriented marketers are the future of marketing.
In this episode, Martha joined us to talk about the company’s unique Educator relations program.
The educator’s program is Honeybook’s take on the classic affiliate program in a more personal and less transactional manner. The focus is on creating fans who want to share their love for the product.
If you’ve searched for “top SEO experts to follow” you’ve seen Brian Dean’s name for sure.
He is responsible for coining terms such as “The Content Roadshow technique”, “The Skyscraper technique” and more.
And on the first episode of our second season, The man behind Backlinko has joined us to talk about his latest case study on how he grew his organic traffic by 80% (roughly 1 million visitors a year).
In this episode you’ll learn Brians’ full case study process, why you should mix SEO and social optimized content in your calendar, how to get buy-in from your ex-team for your next SEO experimentד and more.
In this episode, Donna shares why
Think about a situation where every investor is actually rooting for your company because you caught their attention or every person you have a small talk with becomes an advocate for your company.
Yup, a good story can do that!
From being a programmer at a leading gaming company (Hi there Spongebob game!) in Australia through a series of impressive marketing roles to co-founding her latest initiative G-CMO, Efrat’s story is a combination of self development and amazing marketing insights.
the co-founder of the creative agency Officer & Gentleman Alex Katz, talking about their creative process and working with one of their most unique clients – PornHub.
So how did Pornhub went from being “another porn aggregator” to a cultural phenomena?
Levine works from Zappos.com shares main lessons and insights from how Zappos operates and fosters a culture of innovation and experiments.
He also shares the core values and tactics that help the company become user-centric at scale.