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Jul 4

LinkedIn’s New Feature by targeted tip

Mobile Tips are everywhere. Just this morning,  I had a flashback to the whole journey that started Pointzi. I opened the LinkedIn App and there was an article about our good friend (and fellow 500Startups founder) Holly Cardew of PixC. Holly has always been generous of her time, her advise and is a great entrepreneur


Jun 22

It’s time Product Managers had better onboarding tools

Product managers are often seen as the CEO of their product who are navigating their way between the business, technology and user experience to deliver, as described by Marty Cagan a product that is “valuable, usable and feasible”. That’s a big job!   Surprisingly, there arn’t really any tools that “nail” that level of responsibility –


Jun 6

The 4 ways Dating Apps seduce with Progressive Onboarding

Those of you who have experienced online dating will know quality connections are not easy to find! When a ‘spark” appears there is usually a flurry of messages, one more intimate than the last, as each person progressively disclosures a little bit more about themselves. Some people know the art of progressive disclosure so well,


May 31

The Harry Potter Guide to Onboarding Segmentation

Hogwarts divided their students into four houses: Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw and Slytherin. These wonderful scenes in the first book and movie were filled with tension because of the angst of Harry avoiding Slytherin and the all-important cementing of the relationships Even as an adult if you’ve been to Universal Studio’s Harry Potter rides, you can’t


May 23

Onboarding A/B Tests – the math by example

In the previous post I ran through why it makes sense to run onboarding experiments and measuring them under an A/B or A/A/B methodology. I stuck to the qualitative principles and didn’t get “into the weeds” of the math. However, I promised to follow up with an explanation of statistical significance for the geek minded.