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Episode 9  |  40:27 min

How to Start Product Led Growth with Wes Bush and Blake Bartlett

Episode 9  |  40:27 min  |  07.08.2020

How to Start Product Led Growth with Wes Bush and Blake Bartlett

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This is a podcast episode titled, How to Start Product Led Growth with Wes Bush and Blake Bartlett. The summary for this episode is: In this episode we hear from Wes Bush, founder of the Product Led Institute, author of “Product Led Growth: How to Build a Product That Sells Itself” and fellow PLG enthusiast. Blake and Wes discuss the importance of customer empathy, how to get started with product led growth and why building great products is a lot like bowling. All of that and more on this episode of BUILD.
Takeaway 1 | 03:10 MIN
Where to start with product led growth
Takeaway 2 | 00:11 MIN
The best way to lower your customer acquisition cost
Takeaway 3 | 00:10 MIN
Are you targeting the right person?
Takeaway 4 | 00:54 MIN
The shift in persona in the new customer journey
Takeaway 5 | 00:59 MIN
Why product led growth matters to all SaaS businesses whether they realize it or not
Takeaway 6 | 02:08 MIN
Why product design is a lot like bowling
Takeaway 7 | 01:11 MIN
How to use product data to bring users back
Takeaway 8 | 00:51 MIN
When your sales team can make the most impact
In this episode we hear from Wes Bush, founder of the Product Led Institute, author of “Product Led Growth: How to Build a Product That Sells Itself” and fellow PLG enthusiast. Blake and Wes discuss the importance of customer empathy, how to get started with product led growth and why building great products is a lot like bowling. All of that and more on this episode of BUILD.

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