Tag Archives: psychology

Approach your users. That’s Growth Hacking.

I launched less than 3days ago a Chrome extension that had for purpose adding Voice commenting capability to Facebook, Talk&Comment.

Well – it was highly welcomed. And loved, and for a moment, people were happy and playing around with their christmas gift.

But the nerd that I-am, kept tracking every event and user action there is, trying to understand the users. I even added some users on Facebook just to get their reaction. Continue reading “Approach your users. That’s Growth Hacking.” »

Blog vs Business success : 99% of both worlds are doomed to failure. Here’s why.

This is by far not your typical “Hello World” blog post.

In my relatively short┬átime in this planet, I have got to run many blogs, websites, businesses, and business ventures. Some were a success, but many more were a complete failure and/or huge disaster. As each experience tend to build upon the previous one(s), I started to notice some patterns. Let’s call them, “Business Patterns”. These patterns aren’t strictly business-oriented, they can be applied to many other settings : relationships, work, product launches, …. but let’s stick to business and blogging.

Continue reading “Blog vs Business success : 99% of both worlds are doomed to failure. Here’s why.” »