-Being data-driven and kind of a data-geek: clear understanding of data, analytics, metrics and statistics.
– Being social and understanding users’ behavior. Having great customer relations skills and being focus on customer experience (Note: being a people’s person should be part of the growth hacker’s capabilities but is also part of the the anatomy of an entrepreneur.
– A/B Testing and Data Analytics experience
– Having experience with growth hackings tools such as Optimizely for A/B Testing, MailChimp for email marketing campaigns, HubSpot for CRM, sales and marketing purposes, Zapier to automate workflows..