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35 Growth Hacking Tools for Marketers Who Don’t Code. Growth hacking is one of the most talked-about terms in the startup and marketing worlds.

35 Growth Hacking Tools for Marketers Who Don’t Code

Some see it as a revolutionary way of shaping and accelerating startup growth, while others consider it a fancy word for marketing. I used to fall into the latter camp, but Neil Patel’s guide to growth hacking helped me see how a growth hacker’s job differs from a traditional marketer’s job. Here’s how Patel defines growth hacking: Growth hackers, using their knowledge of product and distribution, find ingenious, technology-based, avenues for growth that sometimes push the bounds of what is expected or advised.

How does this differ from marketing?


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