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Growth hacking began as a trend but is quickly becoming a necessity. With the ever-expanding growth of the Internet, growth hacking is absolutely vital when bringing products and services to customers. For years, marketers were in charge of pushing products while coders were fully responsible for entering and building code, or a platform. Now, however, these words have merged to create a single system of true growth, known as growth hacking. Get all the info you need here.

©2014 Alex Coffey (P)2014 Alex Coffey

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I wouldn't bother.

The information is this e-book was very basic and did not provide any insight on this very exciting subject.

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  • Josh
  • 27-09-15

This isn't about growth hacking

This is more about writing a resume and branding yourself. The title and summary is way off base.

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  • GLENN HOOD
  • 01-01-15

Good listen

Quick and concise.
You will enjoy this. Listen at 1.5 speed and get through it quickly.
Good advice here now

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  • R. Li
  • 10-03-15

Was this recorded at home? Background noise galore

Was this recorded at home? Background noise galore. I swear towards the end you can hear water running in the back ground. The reader is constantly clicking, or chewing gum and you can hear near constant fidgeting that it was almost impossible to concentrate on the material. I think the content is useful but not as good as the other growth hacking book available here on audible.