What's the best growth strategy for startups?

Marko Rakic
7 replies
If you could choose only one growth strategy, what would that be?


Clément Rog
Leak your opinions out. We as humans understand things by comparing them to others, and we're stocked by conflict. So dare take stands against market leaders: tell us what you believe in, how is it different, and why we should care about it. It's the easiest way to get your next followers, visitors, users, and customers – the ones who already believe in what you believe.
Vivek Vardhan
Distribution. As many people you can reach out.
Marko Rakic
@marketing_baba Where do you distribute LinkedIn posts? My reach is too low
Imtiyaz - Curatora.io
Following this, Look forward for discover some unknown strategies. Let's see what the @produthunt community brings here.
Qudsia Ali
Trying to become a successful startup is difficult, and early success is often very difficult to predict. That's why the best strategy for startups might be to take a more deliberate approach. Rather than focus on growth metrics at the outset, entrepreneurs should first develop an understanding of the market and the fundamentals of their business before seizing opportunities for rapid growth.
Sudheer Bandaru
It completely varies by the industry, ICP, sector and stage of the company. But usually once a company crosses the PMF stage, they have multiple channels to grow and continue to experiment.