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  1. 1. Growth Hacking & Community WITS Raleigh 2016 October 1, 2016 Ginny C Ghezzo IBM Watson IoT Program Director 1@GinnyGhezzo #WITSNC #growthhacking
  2. 2. Growth Hacking and Open Communities What is Growth Hacking? What is Open Source? What does Growth Hacking have to do with Open Source? Be Relevant Pick Your Tactics Measure & Refine Keys to doing Community Well 2@GinnyGhezzo #WITSNC #growthhacking
  3. 3. What is Growth Hacking? 3 @GinnyGhezzo #WITSNC #growthhacking 3 3 3
  4. 4. @GinnyGhezzo #WITSNC #growthhacking 4
  5. 5. What is Growth Hacking? 1. Product Market Fit 2. Pick the Goal & Tactics 3. Measure, Refine & Optimize 5 @GinnyGhezzo #WITSNC #growthhacking “A Growth Hacker is a person whose true north is growth. ” - Sean Ellis, 2010
  6. 6. Airbnb hacked Craigslist as a way to automate advertisement. $24B Valuation Spotify integrated with Facebook logon & news feed to raise awareness in network. $8B Valuation Dropbox provided incentive of free storage for users to refer others and made referrals easy. $10B Valuation Upworthy leverages AB Testing to reduce bounce & make recommendation. Increase sharing by 28% Slack found a product market fit by creating a market that did not exist: Organizational Transformation. $2B Valuation Examples of Growth Hacks from Startups http://growthhackers.com/growth-studies @GinnyGhezzo #WITSNC #growthhacking 6
  7. 7. What is Open Source? 7 @GinnyGhezzo #WITSNC #growthhacking 7 7 7
  8. 8. “Open source is free like a puppy is free.” - Scott McNealy, Sun CEO, 2005 8
  9. 9. “Happiness is a warm puppy.” - Charles M. Schulz, 1962 9 Shauna & Saffron are available for adoption through Furry Friends Pet Rescue. @furryfriendspetrescue
  10. 10. What is Open Source Software? ● Software freely available in the source code format ● Users have the ability to modify the software ● Often developed in a collaborative community effort ● Open source software does not equal public domain ● License grants permission but may also impose obligations Tip: Add licenses to all your code. Be generous! @GinnyGhezzo #WITSNC #growthhacking
  11. 11. Open-source software (OSS) is computer software with its source code made available with a license in which the copyright holder provides the rights to study, change, and distribute the software to anyone and for any purpose. - Wikipedia
  12. 12. What does Growth Hacking have to do with Open Source? 12@GinnyGhezzo #WITSNC #growthhacking 12
  13. 13. Similarities between Startups & Communities 13 Product Market Fit Open source, open standards and other communities grow from a specific technical need, ability to access code and their vitality. Cross Promotion Foundations and communities are able to do natural cross promotions. Use of APIs also encourages synergies. No to Little Funding Startups face what Open Source projects have dealt with for years. Keep the budgets low while tweaking for success. Funnel Growth Hackers focus on Acquisition, Activation, Retention, & Revenue. Communities progress from Awareness, Consuming, Contributing and Mentoring Others. Retention Over Acquisition It is cheaper to keep a participant or customer then find a new one. It is also a lot more fun to keep a community member then lose one! @GinnyGhezzo #WITSNC #growthhacking
  14. 14. Product Fit “You have a good restaurant because you serve good food, not because you tell people you do” - Nick Berry 14
  15. 15. DjangoGirls is fun to use & reuse. Easy to use and various contribution opportunity through translation and tools. “Peace Corps for Geeks” leverages open APIs and open data to organize projects & deliver solutions. Eclipse leverage analytics and AB testing to monitor the health & growth. Including commits, closed tickets, traffic, etc. Women of OpenStack acquire new contributors through tactics including internships, meetups, and ‘an amazing culture’ Apache Software Foundation leverages affiliation tactics such as committer blog aggregation & ‘powered by’ logo. Cloud Foundry leverages SEO and automation to optimize lead generation with a focus approachability for end users. Examples of Growth Hacks from Community @GinnyGhezzo #WITSNC #growthhacking 15
  16. 16. Join me 16 Next Meeting November 2 at 6pm at Maxpoint http://www.meetup.com/PyData-Triangle/ @pydatatriangle Next Meeting November 16 at 6pm at TBD http://www.meetup.com/pyladies-rdu/ @pyladiesrdu See them all at http://www.techgirlz.org/ @tritechgirlz PyData Triangle PyLadies RDU
  17. 17. “Growth Hacking is not selling ice to eskimos. Growth Hacking is selling ice to polar bears & bartenders.” - Ginny Ghezzo 17
  18. 18. Pick Your Tactics “Content is fire, Social Media is gasoline. ” - Jay Baer 18
  19. 19. Example: Opensource.com Bets on Writers @GinnyGhezzo #WITSNC #growthhacking Opensource.com believes that good writers, provide great content which grows their community. Opensource.com invests in their Writers Great topics, themes and series Style guides Free, Professional editing services Opensource.com invests in keeping their Writers Community Moderators to maintain connections Mailing lists & social media connection Make writers successful and proud 19 https://opensource.com/how-submit-article
  20. 20. “Our ability to execute has been amazing. We experiment & we give the people what they want. The only way to do this is to track the numbers.” -Jen Wike Huger @JenWike 20
  21. 21. Measure & Refine “The price of light is less than the cost of darkness. ” - Nick Berry 21
  22. 22. Example: IBM Steps Up again with Hyperledger What did IBM do with Hyperledger The Linux Foundation announced The Hyperledger Project to develop enterprise grade, open source distributed ledger framework. IBM donated 44,000 lines of code to the Hyperledger Project. What it learned from past donations Partner with innovative companies in various disciplines. IBM Garages provide design & implementation collaboration for business. Easy of Setup for experimenting and contributing. Get Started here today http://www.ibm.com/blockchain/ @GinnyGhezzo #WITSNC #growthhacking 22
  23. 23. @GinnyGhezzo #WITSNC #growthhacking
  24. 24. “Why open source for IBM? Quite simply because speed of innovation can only happen, for ALL ecosystem members, if we all work together with a common purpose” - Johanna Koester @jokoester 24
  25. 25. Do This! https://developer.ibm.com/open/contribute/https://opensource.com/how-submit-article
  26. 26. Keys to doing Community Well 26@GinnyGhezzo #WITSNC #growthhacking 26
  27. 27. How Open Communities Do it Well 1. Be Useful - Stay simple “If advertisers spent the same amount of money on improving their products as they do on advertising then they wouldn't have to advertise them.” - Will Rogers (1879-1935) 2. Be Helpful - Get to the point, Be available “If you really care about starting a movement, have the courage to follow and show others how to follow.” - Derek Sivers 3. Be Nice - Beware of insider talk, foster new users “Do you know what people want more than anything? They want to be missed. They want to be missed the day they don't show up.” - Seth Godin 4. Be Flexible - Stay Relevant “There is no innovation and creativity without failure. Period.” - Dr Brene Brown 27@GinnyGhezzo #WITSNC #growthhacking
  28. 28. More free Advice 1. Community needs both value and direction. Corporations pay membership fees for value, developers contributing because they believe in the direction. 2. People participate because the love: the love the the code and the friendships being developed. 3. Leverage Analytics. 4. Quality of commits, quality of releases are the value. 5. For Open Source, the funnel moves people from consumers to contributors. 6. Make it easy for companies to vet both consumption of and participation in Open Source. 7. Having a code of conduct matters for inclusion and retention. 28@GinnyGhezzo #WITSNC #growthhacking
  29. 29. Links Worth Knowing OpenSource.com - http://opensource.com/ Open-Services.net - http://open-services.net/ developerWorks Open - https://developer.ibm.com/open/ GrowthHackers.com - http://growthhackers.com Definitive Guide to GrowthHacking - https://www.quicksprout.com/the-definitive-guide-to-growth-hacking/ Treat Open Source like a Startup - https://hacks.mozilla.org/2014/05/open-source-marketing-with-velocityjs/ Startup Generator - http://tiffzhang.com/startup/ A Beginners Guide to Growth Hacking -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnpLCiuMgcU The power of vulnerability - https://www.ted.com/talks/brene_brown_on_vulnerability?language=en The Tribes we Lead - https://www.ted.com/talks/seth_godin_on_the_tribes_we_lead#t-71877 How to start a movement - https://www.ted.com/talks/derek_sivers_how_to_start_a_movement?language=en 29
  30. 30. Questions and Discussion Personal Thank You to Kai Maetzel, Johanna Koester, James Bogner, Adam Martin, Deirdre Clarke, Pat Huff, Dragos Cojocari 30
  31. 31. Useful Quotes 1. "Do something that is so good, that is so valuable that users can't help to talk about it." 2. "Make space for others to be part of it" 3. "Make events regular, predictable, consistent" 4. "Open is the expectation now. Community and Momentum Differentiate" 5. "Bucket with holes needs fixing, not more water" 6. "As with any library, it is used because it is useful, not because it is trendy or hip" 7. "Two goals to open: Write Less Code & Get others to access what you are doing" 8. "What is the proof that it is good, stable, has longevity, performs, etc?” 9. "Is it still relevant" 10. "StackExchange is my community" 11. "Stay relevant to the developer community" 12. "Know the motivation of your participants" 13. 'Mastery, Autonomy, Purpose: Are they getting these? Are they seeing the good?" 14. "There is momentum" 15. "Start small, build credibility, spread naturally" - Nick Berry 16. “It is the taste of the fish, not the fisherman” - Nick Berry 17. “The price of light is less than the cost of darkness.” 18. "When you have credibility, people will help, people will talk & spread the word" 19. “They became purposeful and they made it their own” 31@GinnyGhezzo #WITSNC #growthhacking

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