Growth Newsletter #056
This newsletter curates growth insights from the Demand Curve Slack community. It keeps you up-to-date on growth tactics.
This week we're covering dark mode ad creatives, product pages, internal links, and reducing form fields.
News and Links
Top growth roles: Our agency, Bell Curve, has some awesome roles that we’re looking to fill. We’ll pay well, give you autonomy, and you’ll work with a great team (all positions are remote).
- VP Growth Strategy: We’re looking for a serious growth leader to lead our strategist team and our business. Details here.
- Growth Strategist (Paid Media): We're looking for a paid media expert to create full-funnel growth strategies and work with our expert network to execute them. Details here.
- Account/Project Manager: You'll work alongside the Growth Strategists to push projects forward and build relationships with our clients. Details here.
- Copywriter: You'll work with us as a strategic and tactical copywriter—someone who can write copy that sells. Details here.
For CEOs: If you feel like you could use more CEO friends, check out 3F. It's a peer group program that organizes small groups of high-caliber CEOs. Groups meet once a month for 90 minutes to discuss their biggest problems. The program is run and facilitated by our friend Noah Shanok (former founder/CEO and coach). Learn more here.
Top growth job: Meez is hiring a Head of Growth. Launched in 2020 by entrepreneur, chef, and restaurant industry veteran Josh Sharkey, Meez is the all-in-one recipe tool for culinary professionals. Since launching one year ago, they've grown ~2000%, 70% of which came from organic growth. And they're expecting to grow at least 200% in 2022. They're looking for an experienced marketer and first principle thinker who's capable of designing and operationalizing a sustainable growth machine—one that will help them empower chefs worldwide to cook faster and work smarter. Apply here.
Recommended read: Niya Dragova wrote an incredible guide to equity compensation for tech employees. Equity compensation has changed drastically over the last decade. This is the most insightful guide we've found on the subject.