When I got an email from the Growth Hackers team asking if we'd like to preview Sean Ellis and Morgan Brown’s new book for the Call to Action podcast, it was a no-brainer. The book is called Hacking Growth and it's full of interesting stories about businesses you know and love. Listen now to get Sean and Morgan's inside perspective on writing the book and the stories inside Hacking Growth.
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Inside "Hacking Growth," a New Book by Sean Ellis and Morgan Brown
30:45When I got an email from the Growth Hackers team asking if we'd like to preview Sean Ellis and Morgan Brown’s new book for the Call to Action podcast, it was a no-brainer. The book is called Hacking Growth and it's full of interesting stories about businesses you know and love. Listen now to get Sean and Morgan's inside perspective on writing the book and the stories inside Hacking Growth.
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Drift's Marketing Manifesto & Why They Killed the Lead Gen Form
25:42In this episode, we speak with Dave Gerhardt about Drift's bold decision to remove all lead gen forms from their content. Plus, hear how their internal "Marketing Manifesto" went viral on SlideShare and continues to direct daily work at Drift.
How To Use Analytics To Spur Creativity
22:10In this episode we get one of our favourite content marketing thought leaders back on the podcast. Andy Crestodina, co-founder and strategic director of Orbit Media, talks with us about how he uses analytics to help the creative juices flow, and how major surgery changed his thoughts about his work.
What Happened When Unbounce Stopped Publishing For Two Weeks?
14:14In this episode, find out what happens when the Unbounce blog team stopped publishing for two weeks and focused instead on optimization. Listener beware, this tale might just give you the inspiration to conduct a similar experiment.
Is Everything The Tech World Says About Marketing Wrong?
26:53In this episode, we speak to Samuel Scott, Director of Marketing at logz.io, about a post he wrote for TechCrunch about why the tech world has marketing all wrong. He explains why the martech world has fallen into an echo chamber of meaningless buzzwords — and what can be done about it.
Unbounce Isn’t Just for Landing Pages Anymore
23:41Two years ago, we had our most controversial interview on the podcast, ever, with Angus Lynch, who was defending the use of exit overlays on landing pages. Time has passed, and overlays have become common practices on the web. And now, we've built them into Unbounce as Convertables, so we sat down with Angus again to chat about what has changed, and how you can use them to generate more conversions across your entire website.
Should You Kill Your Homepage?
27:12At Unbounce’s Call to Action Conference in September, Cara Harshman, formerly of Optimizely, told the audience that it’s time to kill the homepage. We asked her why, and what should rise up in its place.
Hillary or Donald: Which Candidate's Marketing Funnel Wins?
31:59In this episode of the Call to Action podcast, we talk to Aaron Orendorff, founder of iconiContent, about the epic presidential marketing teardown he wrote for the Unbounce blog (psst, it got over 6000+ shares!). He explains how he got 18 CRO experts to contribute and which candidate's CRO he thinks worthy of election.