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Description

Today’s guest is Rebecca Nackson, Founder at the growth agency, Notable. You will discover her creative “handoff” strategy to engage your users and get them to buy more. Also, you will hear why visualization is so important to actually taking actions on your data, why you should NOT just look at the average of the data and finally how product and marketing teams should cooperate.

Rebecca Nackson is the Founder at Notable.

Highlights

08:56 – Uncovering answers through data; and growth channels which excite them
14:47 – Why visualization is such a big thing
19:28 – Project management and processes that Rebecca has in place to ensure teams are communicating effeciently
24:38 – Her perspective and approach towards growth
34:30 – Bringing what worked in one industry to another

Show Mention

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Steve Young

Founder at AppMasters
I started building apps in 2011 and my first app hit #8 under educational games. I started making a few hundred dollars a month, but had no idea what I was doing. Then in 2013 I decided to start a podcast so I could pick the brains of app creators that I admired including the co-founder of Shazam, Tapbots, Crossy Road, etc and that changed everything.

Now I run an app marketing agency where we’ve helped 28 clients get featured by Apple, 5X downloads with ASO, and get coverage on Techcrunch, Mashable, Venture Beat and other major publications. I also write about apps on The Next Web, Entrepreneur.com, and on my blog AppMasters.co.