We're looking for a Growth Hacker
- Are you a cunning marketer who has experience with SaaS products?
- Are you excited by onboarding, MRR, churn and LTV?
- Do you want to grow a global customer base for a fast-growing tech startup?
If the answers to the above are a resounding "yes", then you sound like one of us. Join us and let the world know how PocketSmith is awesome at helping people get control of their own finances. We're working to make PocketSmith the world’s best personal finance management tool!
We have users in 196 countries, and we help them connect to over 11,000 banks worldwide. They appreciate the extra power that PocketSmith delivers over free alternatives like Mint.com.
Our users are an eclectic and intelligent bunch. We love them. You’ll be helping couples, families, budgeting geeks, techs, creatives, businesspeople… the lot. They all use PocketSmith to manage their daily finances and plan for the future.
We’re looking for someone who enjoys understanding our users, and has a keen sense of how to reach them. You’ll have a desire to learn, a sense of humour, and importantly, empathy for the needs of our customers.
You’ll live online, know how to use PocketSmith well, and can work well within a team as well as autonomously. PocketSmith is based in Dunedin and Auckland, so ideally you’ll be in one of these two cities.
A growth hacker finds a strategy within the parameters of a scalable and repeatable method for growth, driven by product and inspired by data. Growth hacking’s goals are based in marketing but driven by product instincts. A growth hacker lives at the intersection of data, product, and marketing. A growth hacker lives within the product team and has a technical vocabulary to implement what he or she wants.
The essential characteristic of a growth hacker is creativity. His or her mind is the best tool in their war chest. A growth hacker looks beyond adwords or SEO for distribution. Traditional marketing channels often means high cost per acquisition and low life-time value due to high saturation. In an age of social users, the right growth strategy with the right product-market fit will lead to massive scale through viral loops.
The end goal of every growth hacker is to build a self-perpetuating marketing machine that reaches millions by itself; however, growth hacking is a process, not a secret book of ideas. Growth strategies cannot be easily copied and pasted from product to product. Growth is never instantaneous. It is never overnight. It is a mindset at which you approach problems.
From Aaron Ginn's "What is a growth hacker?".
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