No Brown M&Ms: The Van Halen Growth Hack For Getting Better Customersby@darragh
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No Brown M&Ms: The Van Halen Growth Hack For Getting Better Customers

by Darragh Grove-White4mFebruary 24th, 2020
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The Pareto Principle states that for many events, roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of causes. Problem-customers are typically the least profitable to keep your business going. Airbnb hosts have found a way to filter out people who don’t read their listings carefully. LinkedIn Professional Engagement Networks have a way of filtering potential customers out of their free engagement pods. Airbnb hosts are trained to understand the terms of service before they’re going to get access to the network.

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