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Why Airbnb Takes a Customer-Centric Approach to AdWords

Airbnb has connected travelers with unique spaces across the world since 2008, providing an alternative travel experience to all. Acting as a …

A look at AirBnB demographics

(This article was first published on <b>Florian Teschner</b>, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)<p>Once in a while I use AirBnB. There are a couple of …

At Airbnb, Data Science Belongs Everywhere – Airbnb Engineering & Data Science – Medium

Five years ago, I joined Airbnb as its first data scientist.<p>At that time, the few people who’d even heard of the company were still figuring out how …

Big Data

AirBnB Product Adoption Lifecycle Analysis

Though AirBnB has 2 million+ property listings in more than 191+ countries, it still has a long way to go in India. Let’s see how AirBnB may chart …

Airbnb

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How Tech Companies Beat the Competition: Airbnb vs. Hyatt, Uber vs. Taxis, Amazon vs. WalMart

How Platforms Scale without Increasing Costs<p>By Alex Moazed on May 2, 2015<p>With the rise of mobile and connected technology in the 21st century, a new …

How Companies like Uber & AirBnB Calculate Churn & LTV

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60WkV2gS-ds<p>Aug 12, 2014 - Uploaded by 500 Startups<p>Gustaf Alströmer, <i>Growth Product</i> Manager, <i>Airbnb</i> Check out Gustaf's …

Silicon Valley’s fastest growing companies succeed because they aren’t focused on selling

A trait shared by the fastest growing and most disruptive companies in history—Google, Amazon, Uber, AirBnb, and eBay—is that they aren’t focused on selling products, they are building platforms. The ability to leverage the network effects of a platform is something that the technology industry …

Innovation

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Why Companies Like Uber, Airbnb, and Slack Require Unique Branding

Platforms connect the world so their users can exchange value, and they're starting to become mega brands. Here's why platform branding is unique.<p><i>This is a guest post by Applico head of marketing Erik Zambrano.</i><p>Let's start off with some definitions.<p>A platform is a business model that enables the …

Business Development

Growth Hacking Made Simple: A Step-by-Step Guide

Growth hacking is <i>the</i> buzzword for startups. Forget “pivoting” and “iterating.” It’s all about growth hacking.<p>That’s the thing.<p>It’s almost annoying …

Product Management

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What Do Uber, Airbnb, and LinkedIn All Have in Common?

When I step back and look at what is happening in technology, I believe the next wave of disruptive, hugely successful companies, are developing a …

How Uber conquered London | Sam Knight

To understand how the $60bn company is taking over the world, you need to stop thinking about cars<p>Every week in London, 30,000 people download Uber to their phones and order a car for the first time. The technology company, which is worth $60bn, calls this moment “conversion”. Uber has deployed its …

Transportation

Why Uber Won

The Startup Steroid Era and the Use of Capital as a Performance Enhancing Drug<p>The start of 2016 marked the end of the steroid era of startups — the …

Startups

A Founder’s Guide to Growth Hacking: Growth & Digital Marketing Tips for Seed Stage Startups

10 Lessons Startups Can Learn from Uber's Growth

Uber was founded just six years ago, but it’s already one of the fastest growing companies in the world. As an illustration of just how massive the …

How 10 Startups Exploded Using Creative Marketing

<i>“Marketing has always been about the same thing—who your customers are and where they are.” – Noah Kagan</i><p>In today’s startup game, traditional …

Billion Dollar Companies Use Customer Referral Programs

What do the likes of Uber, Airbnb and Dropbox have in common?<p>Billion-dollar valuations? <i>Check.</i><p>Slick Office Space? <i>Check.</i><p>Customer Referral Programs?</i> …

How Uber, Airbnb And Etsy Turned 1,000 Customers Into 1 Million

<b>by Thales S. Teixeira and Michael Blanding</b><p>Few companies in the past few years have rocketed to success faster than Uber, Airbnb and Etsy, which together have transformed the way we hail a cab, plan a vacation, and shop for handmade gifts, respectively. In a previous <i>Harvard Business School Working</i> …

How Modern Marketplaces Like Uber and Airbnb Build Trust to Achieve Liquidity

<i>This article is by Anand Iyer, former Head of Product at Threadflip. He tweets at @ai.</i><p>In 2009, <b>Airbnb</b> was close to going bust with revenue flatlining …

Two New Tools to Improve Local Marketing

Last year, in an effort to help local businesses connect with people in their area, we launched local awareness ads. Since then, businesses of all …

How to Increase Retail Sales Using Hyper-Local Marketing

According to the National Retail Federation, there are nearly 3.8 million retail establishments in the U.S.<p>With a field of competition of this size, …

Using Social Media for Targeted, Local-Level Marketing

Over the last few years, social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest have been hard at work creating a host of new geo-targeting …

We Analyzed 37,259 Facebook Ads and Here’s What We Learned

We’ve discussed plenty of times before what we think your Facebook ad should say, so we’ve analyzed the text from 37,259 ads from our Facebook <b>ad</b> …

Facebook Ads