At 10 hours / week
Available in June 2020
Previous experience as a Product Manager, as well as experience scoping business requirements & KPIs, and data/statistical analysis in Excel or spreadsheetsSee detailed requirements.
Build a growth strategy plan to acquire new customers by defining the target market, identifying personas, and aligning them to most efficient acquisition channels. Expand into new markets by harnessing telemetry, customer feedback, market trends, and competitive landscape data. Apply behavioral psychology to the customer purchase process to improve product design, and run A/B tests to assess success.Unleash Growth “to the Clouds”
Understand how to guide users to the a-ha moment of your product as soon as possible, via the activation funnel and sign-up flow. Apply best practices for how to best engage customers, and retain them for the long term. Analyze the user lifecycle, including the activation, retention, dormancy, and resurrection phases, and deploy experiments to improve the lifetime value (LTV) and decrease churn.Let It Grow
Learn how to make your product profitable, including selecting key markets and outreach channels, and build purchase paths that leverage industry case studies. Apply best practices of experience design, and learn how to measure the effectiveness of your monetization strategy. Design and define pricing plans that utilize quantitative and qualitative methods.Priceless Penny
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