6 Blog Posts Product Managers Love — March 2017
April 7, 2017

6 Blog Posts Product Managers Love — March 2017

by Keith Brown

If you care about building a product that customers will love, then you likely found a lot to enjoy on the Aha! blog this month. That is because we announced our new book for company and product builders — Lovability.

That love-forward focus inspired many of the posts our readers loved this month. From how we hire to what inspires us, we covered a lot of topics this month.

We also wanted to share some of the secrets behind our incredible growth (we go into more detail about these in the book). If you are interested in learning more about our book Lovability, it will be carried nationwide in bookstores but you can pre-order your copy right now.

Here are the most shared articles on the Aha! blog for the month of March:

1. This was one of our most-shared posts this month. Melissa Hopkins, Senior Director of Customer Success, explains why product managers make the best Customer Success leaders at Aha! (and why our customers love them too). Read more…

2. That is right — if you are bummed out at work, you can blame somebody else (like your boss). But it is up to you to trade that misery for happiness. Thousands of readers clicked through to find out how to be less miserable. Read more…

3. A Product Manager’s Love Note — It Changed Everything What do chickens and sticky notes have to do with happy customers? This post explains why the combination was so meaningful to us (but you will have to read to find out what chickens and sticky notes have to do with it). Read more…

4. Does Your CEO Love You? If that question keeps you awake at night, this article is for you. When relationships seem one-sided, it is natural to wonder whether you are appreciated — and yes, whether you are loved. Read more…

5. These days, everybody seems to be on the fast-track for business growth right out of the gate. But there is something to be said for the old-school ways our grandparents ran their businesses. Read more…

6. There is a thin line between comedy and tragedy — one you do not want to cross in your cover letter to a prospective employer. Here are some not-so-funny reasons to save your witty side for later. Read more…

The early feedback about the book has been humbling. There are now more than 200,000 of you who follow us on social media and we love reading your comments.

So, what product management topics would you love to read about? Leave a comment below.

Keith Brown

Keith Brown

Keith was a vice president of marketing at Aha! — the world’s #1 product development software.

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