Good Question, Rudi de Groot
A week ago, I received notification from Quora. Rudi De Groot asked a question on Quora about growth hacking (a topic that I follow): “Who are the best female growth hackers?“.
When I saw the question I thought: “That is easy, I know one! Maja Voje”. However, I realized that I didn’t know more. I can name some growth hackers like Sean Ellis, Morgan Brown or Andrew Chen (as everyone knows) but no female growth hackers. So, this question gave me a reason to research about that and I decided to create a post and answer this question on Quora.
My Top 5 Female Growth Hackers
There are a lot of information on the internet about this topic but there is a woman who writes really valuable content about this topic. She is Cali Pitchel and I think she is splendid. I love the article she wrote about female growth hackers. After researching about this topic you can find a lot of female growth hackers. So, I am sorry If I only choose 5. I promise to create a future post about all female growth hackers in the world. In the mean time, read this top 5.
#5 position Tiffany Da Silva
Tiffany Da Silva is a Digital Marketing & Growth Consultant at Dasilva Consulting based in Toronto, Course Developer & Instructor at McMaster University Centre for Continuing Education and Founder at Flowjo.co based in Toronto too. She studied at McMaster University and she has an MBA with a speciality in Project Management & Ecommerce in Norwich University. Mmm, what? Awesome! Don’t you think? Keep in mind this growth hacker.
#4 Position Shama Hyder
Shama Hyder is a Founder & CEO of The Marketing Zen Group, an Official Member at Forbes Agency Council and a Keynote Speaker. There are more about her. In 2009, she was named one of the top 25 entrepreneurs under 25 and in 2014 one of the top 30 under 30 entrepreneurs in America. She is doing pretty good with Marketing Zen and for all of these honours, she is in my top 5. It could be really interesting to follow her.As consumers & customers interact w/ your brand, it's important to directly amplify their… Click To Tweet
#3 Position Nichole Elizabeth
Nichole is one of these persons you need to follow because she is a multirole working for several businesses at the same time. Exactly, 5 business. Can you imagine how much knowledge she could share? Yeah, I know. Nichole is founder at Authentic Curation, a Saas Consultant & Customer Success Evangelist at her own, Moderator at Growthhackers.com, Moderator at Product Hunt and Amateur Photographer. Ah, I forgot. She also sells art. Well, as you can read it, she is a brilliant professional and she is considered one of the best growth hackers in the world.
#2 Position Talia Wolf
Talia Wolf is a Conversion Optimization Specialist, Trainer and also Keynote Speaker at Getuplift based in Israel. Before this position, she was a CMO at Banana Splash and Founder and CEO at Conversioner. So, What does she need more to be the best growth hacker? She is already one of the best. She is in my top 2 because I think she is doing a great job in Getuplift and furthermore sharing all her knowledge with everyone. Here you can find her twitter account to follow her.Marketing isn't a battle of product, it's a battle of perceptions. @TaliaGw Click To Tweet
#1 Position Maja Voje
Maja Voje is a Growth Marketing Strategist at MAD Kings, a Growth Hacking Agency based in Brussels. Also, she is an entrepreneurship with her own business consultant. Maja studied in Growth Tribe Academy. This says something. She wants to be one of the best growth hackers and I think so she will be. Because I think so she is excellent and intelligent she is my top 1. So, it could be a good idea to follow her and watch her work.
There Is More About Female Growth Hackers
If you want to know a large list of female growth hackers, you should check the article that Cali Pitchel wrote. On this post, you’ll find a list of 50 female growth hackers. This article was written almost 2 years ago but however is a good list. In the comments section, you can add more female growth hackers if you know someone. Furthermore, Cali Pitchel made a list on Twitter (#hacklikealady) where you can subscribe and add more professionals. Awesome!
On the other hand, there is a blog that you must follow. Everygirl is the blog for women where you can find everything: career and finance, fashion and beauty, living, wellness, travel and so on. However, I love the content, I love the style and I love the user experience of the blog. It’s amazing. Follow it.
I remember a documental about the Spanish crisis. This documental says that the 80% of the businesses who it was running or managed by a woman never got the crisis. Yes, 80%! That means, statistically, the women were better on management than men. In my opinion, I think we need more women in the power. Really, we do need it.
Written By Ruben Lozano
Ruben Lozano is Online Marketing Specialist at Printsome and Inbound Marketing Manager at RoomAgree. His specialities include Growth Hacking Marketing and Inbound Marketing. When not at work, Ruben can be found playing basketball or in Starbucks drinking a mocha and at least 3 books in his Kaft backpack.