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Dharmesh Shah
Entrepreneur. Founder/CTO inbound marketing and sales SaaS and startup blogger at .
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Dharmesh Shah 13h
As a startup: At first you fight death. Next you fight stagnation. Then you fight complexity. It's a noble fight.
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Mike Volpe Aug 20
We turned down a Series A term sheet in 2007 from a VC firm that said “we love everything about the business, but you need to go up to the enterprise”. The VC fund no longer exists. HubSpot has a market cap of $9 Billion. 🧐
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Ben Casnocha Aug 19
What I just said in a meeting: "We should make this decision really quickly, or take our time and think it through diligently. The middle zone of time-spent is dangerous." Wonder if there's a category of decisions that fall into this binary framework...
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Dharmesh Shah Aug 19
IDEA: Someone should start a razor blade company to compete with Gillette and Dollar Shave Club Name: Occam's Razors Tagline: The simplest blade is probably the right one. (I'll see myself out)
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Dharmesh Shah Aug 18
I, for one, have never missed a keynote at . I hear that other guy is tolerable and has his moments.
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Dharmesh Shah Aug 17
Replying to @meghkeaney
I've always thought jealousy was a petty emotion for the frail of mind. I'm feeling petty and fail as I toil away on my deck. Happy for you though. No, really, I am.
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Scott Brinker Aug 17
How We'll Know If Is Growing Better This 👇
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Dharmesh Shah Aug 16
Replying to @JSG_3 @bhalligan
Thanks for the kinds words, and for joining the movement. See you at .
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Dharmesh Shah Aug 14
Thanks for the kind words. One of the things I love about our product team is that they're all about listening to customers and doing what's right.
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Dharmesh Shah Aug 14
You can often grow better by narrowing your focus instead of broadening your market.
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Dharmesh Shah Aug 13
We should call it Z-Day.
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Matt Cutler Aug 13
Shoutout to the team for making it exceptionally easy to downgrade my paid account. Clear options, no obstacles. The service was great for a project… that has since wrapped up. Now I’m _way_ more likely to use and recommend Typeform. Thanks for being awesome! 😎
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Dharmesh Shah Aug 11
Idea for : Business dinners over Zoom. Partner with high-end restaurants. They have small, private rooms, with video Zoom setup. Have a nice meal. Nice bottle of wine -- other party does the same. Much of the benefit of sharing a meal, none of the headache.
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Dharmesh Shah Aug 9
It's lower risk to take a new product to your existing market than take your existing product to a new market. Building a new customer-base is often harder than building a new product for existing customers.
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Dharmesh Shah Aug 8
Category creation: 6 ways to tell whether it’s the right strategy for your business
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Dharmesh Shah Aug 8
It has been very helpful for me. Literally changed my life (for the better). When I say "sorry, but no", a vast majority of people understand and have empathy. Those that don't were unlikely the best places to channel my time/energy anyways.
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Dharmesh Shah Aug 8
Companies often fail because they hit the "snooze button" once too many times when their customers are trying to give them a wake up call.
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Dharmesh Shah Aug 8
This is cool, but can you get an airplane-sized backup battery case for those times when you forget to close a few power-hungry apps?
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Tania Dsouza Aug 7
Replying to @dharmesh
I find bravado (most often) = confidence - competence.
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Dharmesh Shah Aug 7
It's easy to confuse the lack of bravado with the lack of confidence. They are not the same thing.
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