Growth Hacking Framework for Notion

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Growth Hacking Framework for Notion is a free template that lets you organize all your growth initiatives and experiments right within Notion. It's based on the AARRR funnel and PIE scoring frameworks.

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How many growth ideas did you have last year? 👀 and... How many of those did you end up executing? 🤔

I know, I know... You had amazing ideas, but only a few got completed successfully. I got you.

Today we're going to solve one of the biggest problems that creators, marketers, growth hackers, and product managers have: Ideate, plan, track, and document all your growth experiments effectively.

How? Using a solid –tried and true– framework that allows you to:

✅ Elaborate your hypothesis

✅ Prioritize them

✅ Plan your experiments

✅ Track your progress

✅ Document all your learnings With this template, you'll be able to take your Startup, SaaS, or product to the next level!

Introducing Growth Hacking Framework for Notion

As a plus, you'll also get access to a Growth Library so you can find some inspiration from already-tested growth hacks.

The template is built in Notion, and it's free.

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How can I duplicate the template?

Once you're on the Notion page, you will have the button "duplicate" on top-right. Click on it and choose your workspace. Your template should be there in a few instants 🎉

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How many growth ideas did you have last year? 👀 and... How many of those did you end up executing? 🤔

I know, I know... You had amazing ideas, but only a few got completed successfully. I got you.

Today we're going to solve one of the biggest problems that creators, marketers, growth hackers, and product managers have: Ideate, plan, track, and document all your growth experiments effectively.

How? Using a solid –tried and true– framework that allows you to:

✅ Elaborate your hypothesis

✅ Prioritize them

✅ Plan your experiments

✅ Track your progress

✅ Document all your learnings With this template, you'll be able to take your Startup, SaaS, or product to the next level!

Introducing Growth Hacking Framework for Notion

As a plus, you'll also get access to a Growth Library so you can find some inspiration from already-tested growth hacks.

The template is built in Notion, and it's free.

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