Rebecca, Growth hacker at AirBnB, explains her success with the experiments AirBnB did at the early years of the startup. Here’s 5 tips to go extra mile when everything else fails or isn’t enough. or to use the title she used here’s :
5 Guerrilla Tactics When the Slick Stuff Fails
Ah! And by the way, if you noticed, this is not your ordinary YouTube embeded video (although it’s uploaded on YouTube!). The video is indexed on clipmine to easily navigate and skip to relevant parts. Cool!
Great insights and something new I learned today.
NPS stands for net promoter score!
Litmus for Email testing & analysis.
Thanks the internet & thanks Rebecca, & 500 Startups.
Vir Das, the comedian, actor in Bollywood has more active and less popular facet that you might not know. Perhaps he’s one of very few people in the film industry who are real, well versed & make sense.
He’s pretty active on social media, so go, follow him!
I’m bit late posting his YouTube video on anxiety about the exam results but I think it’s timeless, so here you go!
So the other day I thought to play around with Tumblr to learn about its services post acquisition. I signed up (from an Indian IP address), to create a new blog and found the place to be lonely. Tumblr offered me some blogs to follow, which I presume are popular. (Something very similar to twitter).
But, I didnt get what was the obvious. The Amitabh Bachchan’s blog is not featured in Tumblr’s suggestion engine. It should have been featured, not
only because of his super-stardom celebrity status, but because he’s got a very popular blog. Amitabh Bachchan is one of the most active blogger in India and the world. He’s been blogging regularly, everyday, posted more than 3000 articles for more than 6 years. On the next screen, upon deliberately searching for his blog by typing his name (yes, with spelling mistake, which most of us misspell Bacchan) I found no results. Surprisingly “NO RESULT” for ‘Amitabh Bacchan’. Shame on you, Tumblr!
Amitabh Bachchan, aka SrBachchan had to move from BiggAdda when it discontinued the blogging service. Tumblr ‘won’ Blog of Amitabh Bacchan and migrated old posts & images, when BiggAdda stopped its blogging service.
Tumblr should be grateful that Sr. Bachchan uses its platform for blogging, which otherwise is non-existent in India compared to prominent blogging platform, BlogSpot (& WordPress). Not only this gives free publicity and advertising to the Tumblr but also gives a strong message of recommendation as SrBachchan is using this blogging platform.
Recently, Mr. Bachchan clarified on blog about the 65 crore ‘gold-plated thali’ controversy. & I had a good laugh on how India.com manipulates the stories to create a buzz.
I was awestruck and speechless after watching the video by this anonymous man with the mask.