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Dharmesh Shah
Entrepreneur. Founder/CTO inbound marketing and sales SaaS and startup blogger at .
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Matthew Dowd May 18
Happy bday British philosopher Bertrand Russell, b. 1872. “The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser people so full of doubts.” “The good life is one inspired by love and guided by knowledge.”
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* son wins huge inflatable baseball bat at fair. mom: I like your Barney Bat. son: [ ] (he has never seen The Flintstones) mom: I call it the Barney Bat. mom: You know what I call it? son: The Barney Bat? mom: The Barney Bat.
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Dharmesh Shah May 18
Marketer 1: Content is king! Marketer 2: Context is king! * [dracarys] both are burned to the ground. Daeneyrs: I am Queen. There is no king. * There be dragons.
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Dharmesh Shah May 17
This is going to be awesome.
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Dharmesh Shah May 17
"Five Dangerous Myths about Product Management" - 
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Dharmesh Shah May 16
Replying to @paulcothenet @HubSpot
Congrats on the launch. Thanks very much for the kind words. If you like the APIs now, wait till you see what we've got in store later this year. It's the "Year of the Platform" at HubSpot (one of our major areas of investment).
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Dharmesh Shah May 15
When fund-raising, the best response to a "quick no" is a "quick thank you". Remember: It's more profitable for investors to give you a "slow maybe" (just in case). When they give you a "quick no", be grateful and move on.
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Dharmesh Shah May 15
Move to ? /cc
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Dharmesh Shah May 15
Former Constant Contact CEO joins Somerville startup Pepperlane as chief product officer Gail's a legendary entrepreneur and one of the most clueful people I know.
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Dharmesh Shah May 15
Dear blessings in disguise: You don't have to go all out on the costume. A fake nose and mustache would be OK.
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Dharmesh Shah May 15
Replying to @dcancel
Could not agree more. Reminds me: We're overdue a dinner. Always looking to raise my average. :)
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Dharmesh Shah May 14
Fascinating interview (FROM 1998!) with the guy that wrote "Game of Thrones" (lesson: it's OK for your life's work to take most of your life).
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Dharmesh Shah May 14
Replying to @Pv
I use TimeMachine to backup to a Synology NAS (over WiFi).
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Dharmesh Shah May 14
How HubSpot Is Helping Startups Elevate Their Growth
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Nivi 26 Apr 18
What the team has built for startups is insane: online fundraising, online recruiting, launches on , ICOs on , crowdfunding on . Watch as they scale the business.
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Brian Halligan May 13
Getting your product to market first is overrated. Getting your complete customer experience nailed is underrated.
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Dharmesh Shah May 14
I'm with Mike on this one. Complexity is just not worth it. Complexity is *rarely* worth it, but especially true for comp.
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Dharmesh Shah May 14
. and I talk about this regularly. HubSpot still feels like early innings to us. Yes, we've done some things -- but we have so much to yet to learn, and so much yet to do.
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Dharmesh Shah May 13
That is indeed, worth nothing. Sorry for missing that. I think the original premise still mostly stands.
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Dharmesh Shah May 13
Replying to @mvolpe
It's a campaign with a very specific objective and focus. An experiment. And of course, we'll blog about the results.
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