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Facebook Feeds – What is shown & why.

See how Facebook feeds work

Facebook News Feed are constantly updating list of stories in the middle of your home page. Facebook News Feeds include status updates, photos, videos, links, app activity and likes from people, pages & groups that you follow on Facebook.

But the secret formula is not that simple their are 5 main factors which determine what is shown on the feeds.They include Interest + Post + Creator + Type + Recency . In addition to this, there are many other highly personal factors of the user  that Facebook determines before showing up on the News feed.

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mixpanel data
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Growth Tip #018 Use Mixpanel Analytics

Growth Tip #018 Use Mixpanel Analytics

Mixpanel is a powerful Business Analytics tool. It tracks user interactions with web and mobile applications and offers tools for targeted communication with them. From April 2013, Mixpanel claimed to track 12 billion actions per month for its customers.

Some of Mixpanel impressive client list include AirBnb, Miniclip, Path, Docusign, Venmo, WordPress, Rosetta Stone, Demand Media, Match.com, Kickstarter, Quora and Jawbone.

Use mixpanel to Grow your Business.

mention
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Growth Tip #015- Use Mention to Evaluate your Brand

Growth Tip #015- Use Mention to Evaluate your Brand

  1. Identify the people talking about your brand, whether or not they’re talking to you. Our data has shown that this (brand mentions without the Twitter handle) actually represents 31% of brand mentions on Twitter. These are people looking for insights and reviews on your brand, who have an issue with it, or who are singing your praises. In any of these events, you should be present and a part of the conversation. Media monitoring tools allow you to discover and jump in these discussions.

2 Identify people talking about the pain points your brand solves. Much like the first way, a media tool allows you to track terms that represent the problem your product solves. You can then identify the people who are using these terms, where, and in what context. This provides you with your first touchpoint for building a relationship and qualifying  leads.

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magento ecommerce
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Growth Tip #011 – Use Magento for eCommerce

Growth Tip 011 – Use Magento for  eCommerce platform, solutions and services
to help grow your business

If you run a small,medium or large Business , you might want to consider Magento for your eCommerce solutions.Why ? Here are a few reasons.

* Magento is owned by Ebay Inc.
*Magento’s market share among the 30 most popular eCommerce platforms is about 30%
*Magento is an open source content managnent system cms.
*The #1 eCommerce platform for Alexa top one million sites.
*Some Big name clients who use Magento include Gant,Nike,Samsung,mother care,Olympus and many others.

See their official website – http://magento.com/

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#Growth #Hacking Tip 007 – Make Sure Images are Optimised

#Growth #Hacking Tip 007 – Make Sure Images are Optimised.

If you run a website or blog, it is vitally important that images on your landing pages are optimised for web & mobile browsing.If the images are not correctly optimised , this will result in slow loading pages for your users and will directly cause a high bounce rate.

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What is Growth Hacking.??

Q – What is Growth Hacking.??

A- Growth hacking is a marketing technique developed by technology startups which uses creativity, analytical thinking, and social metrics to sell products and gain exposure.

It can be seen as part of the online marketing ecosystem, as in many cases growth hackers are simply good at using techniques such as search engine optimization, website analytics, content marketing and A/B testing which are already mainstream.

Growth hackers focus on low-cost and innovative alternatives to traditional marketing, e.g. utilizing social media and viral marketing instead of buying advertising through more traditional media such as radio, newspaper, and television.Growth hacking is particularly important for startups, as it allows for a “lean” launch that focuses on “growth first, budgets second.”Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, AirBnB and Dropbox are all companies that use growth hacking techniques.