In this week's episode, Travis and Stewart talk about virtual reality advertising, Intercom's new lead-generation solution, and Amazon's smart goggles, which sound like they might be a terrible idea. Or they might be good. Stewart thinks, either way, that they'll be cheap because Amazon doesn't do premium products.
In our guest interview, Sean Ellis - the man that invented the term "growth hacking" - gives us all his secrets. Well, not all of them, but a really good amount of them. This is one interview you won't want to miss if you're interested in landing more customers and building big communities.
In the news this week, Travis and Stewart reveal a new round of funding for an A.I. customer service solution, why retail needs VR to survive, and how blockchain technology is coming to marketing.
They then interview as fraud expert James Peng of Match, the company that runs some of the most recognizable dating apps in the world. This is one episode you'll want to go home in the same taxi with at the end of the night.
This week, Travis and Stewart interview Jason Miller of LinkedIn, who not only drops a succession of marketing knowledge bombs in our collective laps but who also blows our minds with stories of his amazing live music photography.
In the news, we tackle ad viewability, a new customer research solution, and another marketing-focused A.I. startup - this one claiming to automatically recognise and label video content.
In this week's episode, Travis and Stewart interview Stan Bokov, who managed to promote his "social network of fintech" to millions of users for free. He explains how this was possible, and what lessons were learned along the way.
In the news, Alexa and Cortana are getting married. The dynamic duo muse on what that means for marketers and conversational UI in general. And we cap off this week's episode with some new research into push notifications and how they are still generating incredible results. How incredible? Almost 10X. Now how do you like them apples?