petithacks - small hacks, faster growth

Go beyond the basics and improve
your technical marketing skills

Learn how to implement growth hacks from scratch - No previous coding experience needed

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Course overview

In this 4-week online course you will:

  • Be able to create cookies, read & edit them to store data in your backend
  • Be able to create scripts that interact with the data stored in your backend
  • Be able to use Javascript and CSS to work for you
  • Develop a detailed "eye" for technical marketing

Some of the skills you will sharp

Some of the projects we will work on

Behind the landing page hack in CrazyEgg, QuickSprout to get more signups 20 mins Setting up a landing page with the scrolling feature disabled to drive more attention to the main lead box
Weapons of choice
Behind the referral hack that brought more users for Airbnb and Dropbox 30 mins Setting up a referral system similar as the one you can see in Airbnb, Dropbox, Fiverr and use your existing user base to enlarge it.
Weapons of choice
Behind the trick to retain conversions in an ecommerce & increase revenue per sale 23 mins Implementing a price match call-to-action that is triggered after the user tries to check for the same product in a different shop
Weapons of choice
Behind the cookie trick to shorten paths to your conversion action 23 mins Identifying gender of our web visitor and redirecting him/her to a specific section in any future visits, shortening the path to reach the final conversion screen
Weapons of choice
Behind the limit usage hack from Semrush or New York Times to drive more signups 25 mins Setting up a cookie that increases depending the number of visits of a web visitor and blocks him of using the site if a specific number of visits was reached
Weapons of choice

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