Oct 25, 2016
Episode 13: “Entrepreneurial Disease” with Motea Alwan, Airbrake
By: Suzanne Abate @suzanneabate
There's something going around and if you live next to a business park or incubator you might catch it. It's called Entrepreneurial Disease - and today it affects many professionals working in sales, marketing, technology and design.
How do you know if you have it? You see people building products and you want to start building your own.
Today's guest is Motea Alwan, an expert in growth hacking and analytics and a passionate entrepreneur with the equal doses of success and failure under his belt.
In this episode:
- Using SEO to build a content strategy that works
- How to tackle analytics and the power of lean metrics
- One critical piece of advice for not going down with a sinking ship
Click here to listen on iTunes or you can listen direct from the player below.
I think all the great product managers have something in common which is that willing to build and fail fast. Try, try again until they build that great product that will take it to the next level. - Motea Alwan
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