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Demand Curve (company)

Demand Curve (company)

Demand Curve provides growth marketing training courses for growth practitioners and companies.

Demand Curve is a company that provides a remote training program focusing on growth and performance marketing. It was co-founded by Julian Shapiro, Asher King Abramson, Neal O’Grady, and Justin Setzer. The company is part of Bell Curve’s business services, a Silicon Valley-growth marketing agency for clients from early-stage startups to enterprises, handling various online marketing channels. The company is headquartered in San Rafael, California, United States.

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Demand Curve provides training for individuals and teams in a variety of field pertaining growth and performance-based marketing, such as customer acquisition, growth strategy, as well as for analytics and tracking. The learning curriculum focuses on providing materials to study and executing a project to complete based on each learning milestones. Programs are categorized into three types: self-serve, full program, and enterprise. All programs receive access to the curriculum, but only the full program and enterprise service receive mentoring from Demand Curve’s team. The course is accessible for a certain time period, and learning pace is solely determined by the learner.

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Asher King Abramson

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Julian Shapiro

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Justin Setzer

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Neal O'Grady

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Ram Iyer
September 17, 2021
TechCrunch
When people are uncertain, they look to others for behavioral guidance. This is called social proof, and using it effectively can lead to up to 400% improvement in conversion.
Ram Iyer
August 3, 2021
TechCrunch
There are very few marketing channels as well rounded as email newsletters. They provide a direct line of communication; nearly 40x ROI, are infinitely scalable and virtually free.
Ram Iyer
August 2, 2021
TechCrunch
Around 15% of website traffic comes through paid search ads. But to turn passive searchers into active shoppers, your ads should answer their question and entice them to click.
Miranda Halpern
July 10, 2021
TechCrunch
TechCrunch is searching for the best growth marketers for founders to work with. Click through to learn about some of our favorites.
Annie Siebert
July 8, 2021
TechCrunch
Want to convert twice as many visitors into customers? Follow these copywriting tactics.
Annie Siebert
July 7, 2021
TechCrunch
The harsh truth: Some of the advice you read about marketing is incorrect.
Miranda Halpern
July 2, 2021
TechCrunch
A look back at the week's top posts, plus recommendations for growth marketers who know how to drive results.
Ram Iyer
June 30, 2021
TechCrunch
Here are seven ad types that have proven to increase click-through rates (CTR), with examples of each. Clone them to test in your own social ad campaigns.
Ram Iyer
June 28, 2021
TechCrunch
Email has the highest return on investment than any other marketing channel because you have a captive audience who has opted-in to you communicating with them.
Leslie Hitchcock
September 24, 2019
TechCrunch
Got an early stage fund? Then grab an Investor pass, pack your bags and head to Disrupt Berlin 2019 on 11-12 December. We'll host hundreds of exhibiting startups, which makes this tech conference prime prospecting territory for investors looking to add only the best early-stage startups to their portfolio. Buy your Investor pass and join thousands [...]
Eric Eldon
September 20, 2019
TechCrunch
We're going to try something new at Disrupt this year, based on the great response we've been getting to our startup how-to coverage. We're going to put service provider experts on our Q&A stage, where you can talk to them directly in-person about key topics like growth, fundraising and recruiting. To help kick off this [...]

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