Growth Marketing Specialist - Customer Acquisition & Conversion Rate Optimization Expert | Growth @ thebeat.co
I've worked with hundreds of tools in my career to help automate and streamline processes and bring incremental value. Check out the ones listed on my profile, and let's chat if you need help with setting one up, properly configuring it, or optimizing it for value!
I have extensive experience in PPC for all user stages, from acquisition to re-engagement. Specifically I've worked on strategy, implementation & scaling of digital campaigns on Google, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Quora, Apple, Amazon, Pinterest & Reddit.
Of the companies I've worked with, gaining traction has always been the top of the list of goals, and Outbound is the one channel that will bring the most impactful (short-term) effects. Most (but not all) of my experience here has depended on outbound e-mail, strategy & scale of digital media campaigns, and referral marketing.
I've worked with hundreds of Growth tools, both focusing on automating redundant processes but also tools that will help set up your business for incremental impact (that works while you sleep)
I've optimized thousands of cross-funnel user journeys throughout my career (user acquisition, retention, and re-engagement through digital media, organic, product experiments/iterations, referrals landing pages & ASO)
Webmaster Tools / Search Console is a must for all things SEO and tracking it's progression over time. I've used it heavily for this purpose and is one of the first tools I'll look towards to track organic traction over time.
Mixpanel is a great tool I've used extensively. Put simply, it helps drive overwhelmingly better-informed decisions and is my tool of choice in the product analytics category.
I've worked with Google Optimize extensively as a easy, cheap (yet effective) solution to A/B test various elements of a landing page or even entire user journeys.
Simply put, I don't know if I could live without this tool. I've set up hundreds of Zaps to connect tools together and automate recurring tasks.
Like Instapage, I've worked with Unbounce extensively. It has a nice interface, solid integrations, and a handful of other valuable features like a built-in analytics suite and dynamic text replacements for PPC.
Instapage is one of my favorite landing page builders because of its ease of use and its focus on the bottom line – optimization. I've built hundreds of landing pages on here - it's interface and features (integrations, dynamic text replacements, built-in analytics, A/B testing customizability) make it one of the best options.
Trello has one of the best (if not the best) UI/UXs in the project management category. I've used it extensively for managing projects with multiple stakeholders and keeping information organized and centralized. Also, a great tool to set up experiment iteration framework!
Asana is a great project management tool for teams. I've used it extensively for project management and also a great tool to set up, monitor and optimize your experiment iterations.
Quora ads are a relatively new player to the PPC game, but valuable nonetheless. I've worked on several campaigns on the platform. Particularly for companies in zones where ad competition is lower, Quora ads can be a super effective and efficient platform.
I've worked on LinkedIn ads extensively, particularly (and for obvious reasons) to B2B companies I've worked with. It has major potential value, but can easily get expensive with the wrong audience definition or creative.
I've managed hundreds of digital campaigns through Facebook & Instagram, undoubtedly one of the best tools to bring quick and effective traction to a business, if done right!
One of my favorite tools for its ease of use and value it can bring through visual insights and eliminating guesswork. Recording user's actions can bring qualitative insights that you wouldn't be able to otherwise catch, and that's invaluable feedback.
A great tool for syncing data through to Google Data Studio or Google Sheets. I've worked on this tool mostly to automate reporting, creating automated dashboards with key business metrics.
I've worked with Hubspot consistently over the years because of it's ease of use and ability to scale with the business. It's a great tool to organize, track and nurture leads and benefits from the many possible integrations it has.
Drip is the best, particularly for E-commerce. It's a great tool to achieve consistent growth through all lifecycles, monitoring the right metrics, while automating tasks that could easily incur mistakes.
Mailchimp can be under-estimated because it might not have as fancy bells & whistles as other more sophisticated e-mail marketing tools. That said, it's ease of use and integration possibilities make it easily underrated :)
You'll leave this session full of knowledge and concrete next actions. He helped me gaining focus and a great, professional outside perspective about paid acquisition channels. I definitely would recommend Alex!