User Acquisition: The 5 Keys to Acquiring New Users for Free

Vinicius Vacanti, Co-Founder and CEO of Yipit

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2 Lessons (58m)
    • 1. Lecture Video Part I (25:26) - PW: manwithacam

      25:25
    • 2. Lecture Video Part II (32:32) - PW: manwithacam

      32:32
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24 of 28 students recommend this class
Lots of invaluable info for a business that wants to exponentially grow organically.
I felt like this was really illuminating!
This is a nice video that provides examples for furthering in-depth analysis of basic growth hacking techniques for User Acquisition.
Marcus Greinke

CoFounder of ReelLabs.com

Just be aware of the fact that you're spending $15 on a prerecorded session from early 2013 that wasn't created specifically for Skillshare but for some other event. That doesn't mean that its bad in any way, especially if you've got a better than basic understanding of customer acquisition tactics, it will make you think about a couple things, so it's a great resource. Think about it like a lunch where you got to hear his insights and what he's done over the past months - you'd pay $15 too and walk away motivated and with valuable insight. For beginners? Probably not.
Treat this class as mostly a motivational course to get you to take marketing seriously, rather than being able to come away with actionable points.