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Lean Startup Co. 38m
In this short vid — founder + author of The New Rules of Work — muses (😁) on what it would be like to attend the Conference at the *start* of her career. Learn about the conference here:
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Oscar Estrada Jul 15
Last weeks Test was a total lost. I was suppose to validate if users were willing to pay for my SaaS. The amount of data collected was nothing. I messed up google analytics by trying to do two sites at once! Lesson learned. Don't rush and one test at a time!
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pressfarm.co Jul 11
6 Tips for Writing Persuasive Content that Inspires Action
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Acumen Consulting Jul 10
The approach: "Design simple, build small, test often"
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Rob Cox 🕶 Jul 11
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OptimalStarts Jul 13
The most important thing to keep in mind as an running a startup is that no matter how brilliant the idea is, it has to be validated by exposing it to users. by Eric Ries is a great resource to learn more.
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Eric Ries 19h
Check out these amazing speakers who will join me on stage at the Conference.
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Guest Blogging Opportunities Jul 15
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Ɲεi Ԍяαn∂σ 🚀 16h
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Nikunj Bhoraniya 13h
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Guest Post Jul 13
Launch A Digital Marketing Campaign On A Budget / DigitalMarketing Marketing MarketingTips
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The Lean Startup Life Jul 15
The Hidden Costs Of Starting A Business / Startup
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Erik Schön Jul 10
Re: , the most valuable experience report - including business impacts - I have seen from a practitioner of "intrapreneurship" = entrepreneurship in large(r) organizations is this by brilliant :
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Alex Brodsky Jul 10
Replying to @alexbrodsky_
4) Be creative and guess how to solve the problem 5) Build the smallest test possible to see if your assumption is true 6) Show the excited group of users your progress & learn from their suggestions on how to improve your idea 3/
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Nathaniel Patterson Jul 15
52% of are home-based, 20% make $100K-$500K per year & 70% are successful w/in 3 years of founding.
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J. Cafesin Jul 15
Make it a Business Lunch, this Wed , from anywhere... Practical Marketing Methods from wherever you are:
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The Startup Nerd Jul 15
"A Mistake That Makes You Humble Is Much Better Than An Achievement That Makes You Arrogant."
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adamberk Jul 14
What’s one thing that turns a experiment into a “good” or “advanced” experiment?
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Mike Schiemer Jul 14
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Acumen Consulting Jul 14
"We must learn what customers really want, not what they say they want or what we think they should want." .
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