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Airbnb runs about 700 experiments in a given week. Here, I chat with data scientist Linsday Pettingill on the culture and principles that allow their team to move so quickly and efficiently, and how others people can transpose these ideas to th
What do companies like Facebook, Dropbox, Airbnb, Pinterest (and others!) all have in common? Not just a great product, but a methodical, measured approach to driving extraordinary growth. In this episode, Sean Ellis and Morgan Brown (founders
Scott Monty, former head of social media at Ford Motor Company, talks about his decision to join Ford in 2008 and the specifics of what went into the social and branding strategies that helped turn the company’s image around.
Jason Fried, Founder and CEO of Basecamp, talks about the (rare) art of making more money than you spend instead of aiming for growth at all costs.
Christian Rudder, cofounder of OkCupid and bestselling author of “Dataclysm: Who We Are When We Think No One is Looking”, talks about OkCupid’s algorithmic approach to growing past its competition.
Tucker Max, bestselling author of "I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell", talks about the inspiration behind founding his new company, Book in a Box, and how they’re helping people turn ideas into books.
Jay Acunzo, former marketer at Google and HubSpot, talks about the inspiration behind his current passion project Unthinkable.fm, and how he’s helping connect marketers everywhere that are bothered by “suck.”
Meghan Keaney Anderson, HubSpot's VP of Marketing, has been with the company for five years. Here she talks about the levers that have inspired growth and why content and SEO will be radically different over the next five years.
Jess Iandiorio, VP of Marketing at Drift, details prescriptive tips on how brands can start building a more effective customer growth strategy and retain more customers.
Keith Frankel talks in detail about the career that has taken him from the competitive board rooms at MTV to the rose-tinted offices of the tech world and the experiences therein that led to his mission to never lie again.
Neil Pasricha, best known for his blog–1000 Awesome Things–and subsequent "Book of Awesome" series talks about his new book, "The Happiness Equation", and how he discovered the simplest formula to a happy life.
Jason Zook, best known for making over $1,000,000 wearing t-shirts and selling his last name (twice), talks about creativity, hustle porn, and preparing for success.
David Heinemeier Hansson on why Silicon Valley culture gets it all wrong.
Nataly Kogan, founder of Happier, talks about escaping communist Russia at 13 and her life’s work of helping others find happiness in small, bite-sized, everyday moments.
Jeff Sheldon, the designer and founder of Ugmonk, talks about growing his side passion project into the well-known lifestyle brand it's become today.
Austin Kleon, the New York Times best selling author of Steal Like an Artist and Show Your Work, chats on everything from the importance of being boring, how he collects ideas, the Talking Heads, and much, more more.
Ann Handley, the world's first chief content officer and best selling author of Everybody Writes, talks about overcoming her own distractions to be a better writer (and why delivering newsletters in her neighbor's mailbox as a child was not sca
Joe Pulizzi, founder of Content Marketing Institute and author of Content Inc., talks about how many successful companies experience "happy accidents" in the way they grow their content marketing strategies.
Joanna Wiebe, creator of Copy Hackers, talks about her journey toward starting her own copywriting business, which includes accidentally sending her old boss a resignation email.
Masterful content strategist Andy Crestodina details the art of being a successful content marketer in an ecosystem polluted with noisy opinions, experts, and "gurus."
Legendary speaker and consultant (and the man who literally wrote the book on content marketing) C.C. Chapman discusses his journey into content and the world of digital marketing.
Jen Giese details the rise of Photojojo, what started as a simple newsletter for DIY photographers, to the massive online retailer it has now become.
Legendary marketing speaker Marcus Sheridan take us inside those dark days in 2008 while he was struggling to turn around his business, and how along the way, he learned lessons that he now shares with the world.
James Chartrand, the masterful copywriter behind Men With Pens, talks about her career arc and how adopting a male pen name has made all the difference in earning business, respect, and more money.
Seth Godin talks fear, talent vs. compliance, and why he announced his candidacy for President of the United States.
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