Oct
01
17:30

Growth Hacking: Cost-Effective Alternatives to Traditional Marketing

Workshop
Hebrew Session
Neha Divanji
Growth and Digital Marketing Consultant @ Divanji
Neha works with brands to build, plan and execute their digital marketing strategies; with a focus on optimisation in user acquisition and retention through paid social, search spends, search engine and 'out of the box' strategies. She is also a speaker at General Assembly, London. Formerly, she was the Global Head of Digital Marketing for a 3Bn$ conglomerate. She started off as a Consultant at Accenture, and over the last 12 years has worked in companies across industries. She is a Computer Engineer and an MBA in Marketing.
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Neha Divanji
** If you're not yet familiar with the world of Marketing, we recommend that you first attend the Jolt on 'User Acquisition: A Beginner's Guide to Marketing Funnels.' ** Growth hacks are unconventional marketing tactics to acquire as many customers while spending minimum costs. In this Jolt, you’ll learn a formula for finding the right platform and content that’ll engage your audience and bring traction, even with a limited budget. You’ll examine popular growth hacking types and reflect which ones suit your business best. By the end of this Jolt, you’ll gain a set of creative ways to reach 10X more people with only a small fraction of money.

Questions this talk answers:

01

Why Is Growth Hacking Better Than Traditional Marketing?

02

What Parameters Should You Consider When Planning A Growth Hack?

03

How Do You Evaluate A Successful Growth Hack?

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Neha Divanji

Growth and Digital Marketing Consultant @ Divanji

About
Neha
Neha works with brands to build, plan and execute their digital marketing strategies; with a focus on optimisation in user acquisition and retention through paid social, search spends, search engine and 'out of the box' strategies. She is also a speaker at General Assembly, London. Formerly, she was the Global Head of Digital Marketing for a 3Bn$ conglomerate. She started off as a Consultant at Accenture, and over the last 12 years has worked in companies across industries. She is a Computer Engineer and an MBA in Marketing.

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