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Paid User Acquisition for Product Managers

3/15/2013 3:00 AM - 5:00 PM

ABOUT THIS workshop

Profitably acquiring new users is what separates the successful companies from the failures. Only a select group of companies ever accomplish this, and this class will help show you how they do it. Learn the steps it takes to get your product ready for profitable user acquisition.

TAKEAWAYS

User acquisition strategies that work

Setting up landing pages that convert

How to use a/b testing to increase conversions

Capture the right data to determine where to spend your budget

Calculating exactly what you can spend per click

The major product levers for decreasing your cost per acquisition

Prereqs & Preparation

A solid knowledge of excel pivot tables

Familiarity with Adwords

Recommended but not required:

A marketing budget. This workshop is on paid user acquisition and will not focus on free/viral channels

A product that you charge for. It is difficult to setup profitable paid user acquisition for ad based business models

About the Instructor(s)

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Jason Schwartz

Founder,

Matchbookit.com

Jason Schwartz is a Product Manager that specializes in data and user acquisition. He founded Matchbook, an iPhone app for remembering restaurants. Matchbook has been repeatedly featured by Apple, so you're in good hands. He regularly consults for startups like Picturelife, helping them setup their user acquisition. He has taught hundreds of product managers at General Assembly from startups and companies like MTV, Warner Music Group, American Express, and Ralph Lauren.

Refund Policy

Plans change. We get it. But if you can't make it to a class/workshop, please email us at least 7 days before the scheduled event date. No refunds will be given after this timeframe.

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