Growth Hacker Marketing: Revised & Expanded is here! (My goat loves it)
I am very pleased to announce the revised and expanded paperback version of Growth Hacker Marketing: A Primer on the Future of PR, Marketing and Advertising is out now. The expanded paperback (or ebook) includes a ton of new material and updates–it’s now got twice the content, has a bunch of updated stories and anecdotes, and explains the many lessons I learned with the book.
In a way, this book itself was an exercise in growth hacking itself. The first version was our minimum viable product and now that it’s been validated, we’re ready to go to a wider audience. You’ve been a part of that journey, having read the early version, given feedback, promoted it, or seen me speak about the book somewhere along the way in the last year. So thank you, seriously.
I would love for you to pick up a copy on Amazon (UK link), iBooks, B&N, or any local bookstore and enjoy this new version. If you signed up for one of the promotions to get an early signed copy, those books on their way. However you get it, I’d be very grateful for a very quick review on Amazon. We crossed 300 of them last week.
At the very least, pass along a recommendation about the book to a friend or give it a tweet. I really appreciate your support and can’t wait for more people to enjoy the book.
Thanks again and let me know what you think of the new book.
**Note: The various promotional copies are either on their way or will be shortly. I am writing up the GHM case study based on the apprentice gig as well as some other articles. Stay tunes here for the info.
I just want to say thank you for writing this book. I am very interested in growth marketing, I have been reading a lot on the topic and I am not taking my first leap at trying some of the methods. I have yet to read this book from you but have read (or listened) to your other two books. Will this book have an audiobook as well?
Yes, I read it this time as well.
Just finished Obstacle so this is perfect timing!
Thanks for the hard work Ryan. I really appreciate it.