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Growth Marketing Today podcast.

December 28, 2019

Growth Marketing Today is a weekly podcast for marketers and founders to learn from today's top marketing experts in growth, SEO, paid acquisition, conversion optimization, copywriting and more. Past guests include April Dunford, Val Geisler, Andrew Warner, Georgiana Laudi and Kevin Indig.

New episode every Tuesday at 6:00 am ET. Subscribe now so you don't miss an episode!

Question? Comments? Feedback? Reach out to this podcast's host at @RamliJohn on twitter or ramli@growthtoday.fm via email.

Episodes with Smash Notes

Building a community for a brand can become a strategic moat. Not only is it a space for a brand’s most loyal fans to give new ideas about the product or service, but it’s also where they can be mobilized to advocate for the company. In this episode, Joe

There’s never been a more relevant time to learn how to build an online community. Personally, I’m part of several dozen Slack and Facebook groups. The problem is that those platforms were not designed for community building.

That’s where Circle.so, th

At HubSpot, “surround sound” is a content marketing approach that aims to make HubSpot products visible every time someone searches for a product-related keyword (e.g. “best help desk software” or “best live chat software”). The goal is for potential user

Neuromarketing can help you improve your marketing campaigns, product information and – above all – positively influence your customer’s final decision to make a purchase. To help you better understand and leverage the power of neuromarketing, Tim Ash, au

Many folks think that you need a TON of content to generate a lift in traffic. But, Hiba Amin, Senior Marketing Manager at Soapbox, put together one piece that resulted in 51% increase in traffic and doubled their MRR. Sounds too good to be true, right? S

Product marketers are focused on understanding and marketing to customers and positioning their company to sell to potential customers. They drive demand and usage of products, which usually includes writing positioning and messaging, launching new produc

Personas. Maybe you love them. Maybe you hate them. Either way, you’ve probably concluded at some point in your career that your current personas are failing you. It’s because most buyer personas are built on anecdotes and made-up stories. In this episode

According to Mailchimp, the average email open rate for all industries we analyzed is 21.33%. That means for every one hundred emails you send, only 20 people open it.

Growth Machine Newsletter’s open rate is almost double that at 40%! In this episode,

In this episode, Charlie Ward explains how he created the #1 Indie Hackers accountability community. He also shares his learning on how he pivoted to an online-only community from real life and what he learned by doing so.

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Sponsor For This Episode LinkedIn is an undiscovered golden mine for many advertisers. One thing I love about advertising on LinkedIn is how you can target by very exclusive criteria that you will not find anywhere else, such as company growth rate, job

Many entrepreneurs struggle to launch and run just one company. Jade Phillips, on the other hand, has started four businesses — Mane Hook-Up, Lightbox LDN, Urbanite Property, and BizGalz. Building products and businesses from the ground up is her thing.

Podcasting isn’t new. It’s been around for over a decade now. However, it’s experienced a massive rise in popularity rise. It’s not surprising at all—after all, the low cost of creation and the ease of consumption has made podcasting the consummate way to