Growth hacking is a phrase many marketers have adopted and even more companies strive to execute. But what is growth hacking really? Teknicks was one of the first companies to be called a “growth hacking agency” because our team of creative marketers developed, tested, and refined out-of-the-box strategies that focused solely on measurable rapid growth.
Whether you’re a startup trying to get your brand out there or a veteran company looking to ramp up your sales, our team can develop a strategy unique to your industry and business model that will increase your revenue and grow your customer base. Teknicks is known for rolling out growth hacking initiatives such as referral programs for both B2B & B2C companies as well as viral email and social campaigns.
See how our AIM Methodology (the same process we use for Amazon, Salesforce, and Shutterfly) produces extraordinary results that can be applied to grow your business.
Growth hacking can work to support other marketing initiatives or be run as a stand-alone strategy. The goal of every growth hacking plan is just that — growth. Teknicks utilizes all available avenues, such as search engines and social platforms, to bring consumers together and allow them to act on behalf of our clients. One of the most amazing successes we’ve seen in our agency history is when a quality product takes off through the power of consumer sharing and a great reputation.
A Little Bit More About Our Growth Hacking Process
In our client onboarding process, we go through a knowledge extraction exercise that allows our team to become an expert in your product and business. This is a key and necessary step in identifying your value proposition and developing our growth hacking strategies.
The rollout process for our growth hacking initiatives tend to be on a case by case basis. Some strategies, such as referral programs, can be long-term and drive continued success for months and even years, while other tactics have a shorter lifespan and can achieve massive growth quickly. We will work with you to determine our execution strategy and roadmap.