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Piratería Crecimiento abarca el proceso científico de definir y probar hipótesis. Este enfoque científico es universalmente beneficioso en la comercialización, pero es particularmente buena manera de ver mejores resultados de sus campañas de marketing en buscadores.

Cuando las campañas de pago por clic no realizan, mirar más allá del instinto natural, que es para apagarlos. En lugar de ello seguir la lógica del hacker crecimiento que cada revés es una oportunidad, y crear nuevas hipótesis que pueden conducir a los mejores resultados. Este enfoque de pruebas constante, reiterativo, no sólo mejora los resultados, sino que también puede abrir nuevas oportunidades de crecimiento al desafiar el pensamiento convencional en torno a lo que se "supone que funciona" para su público.

Hackers de crecimiento no sólo modificar las cosas en sus pruebas. Van por revamps Moonshot de páginas y campañas que tienen la oportunidad de crear cambios masivos en los resultados , en un esfuerzo de encontrar un nuevo revés.



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