Sat.Feb 02, 2013

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Why You Shouldn’t Launch Your Startup at a Major Tech Event

Both Sides of the Table

It’s February now. That means a slew of companies will be preparing to launch their new products or announcing their companies at the annual SXSW conference in Austin, Texas. I get asked often how to best launch at SXSW. What strategies to use, how to get attention, how to become “hot.”

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Signs You Need To Outsource Your Digital Marketing

Blogtrepreneur | Entrepreneur Blog

It’s tempting to think you can handle digital marketing yourself. Training on social media, SEO, development, and content marketing are readily available, and if you don’t have time, there are always interns or your friend’s godson, who’s a digital marketing whiz.

Confessions of a Corporate Spy

Inc Startups

What do you think it means to be an expert in "hard-to-get elicitation"? It means people tell you things. A competitive intelligence consultant discusses things that can help a business--at the expense of another.

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Why You Can’t Find Any Mobile Developers

Andrew Payne

In case you haven’t noticed, it’s impossible to find mobile developers. People ask me all the time if I “know anyone”, and I’ve all but given up helping with referrals. The reason is “self-publishing” is now a reasonable option. The app store ecosystem has removed most friction from the system, provided a clean and easy business model (70/30 revenue split), and eliminated almost all barriers to entry.

How I Began Selling Ads Online, The Story Behind CrankyAds And More In My Interview With Mike From Maine

Entrepreneurs-Journey.com by Yaro Starak

Tweet I do a lot of interviews and usually do not post them up here on EJ because all I would have is interviews with me (and that’s way too much of Yaro for anyone to handle – me included!).

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chaganomics.blogspot.com: Private Rooms In Hotels

Chaganomics

Oh my, Saturday night and I am at a party. Oddly enough, there will be parties my whole life and I will be going to them, I am sure. At least some of them. This room I'm in resembles a room in Japan where people are

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Generation Cupcake

Venture Chronicles

I was talking with team members on our sales team yesterday, considerably younger than I am but at that point in life where they are increasingly self-aware and conscious of the world around them.

Here come the Creative Entrepreneurs

deal architect

You could take the title of Guy Kawasaki’s new book APE – Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur, and replace Author with so many other creative disciplines. BusinessWeek, this week, had a section on Designer as Entrepreneur leading off with Yves Behar as. Industry Commentary

Why You Can’t Find Any Mobile Developers

Andrew Payne

In case you haven’t noticed, it’s impossible to find mobile developers. People ask me all the time if I “know anyone”, and I’ve all but given up helping with referrals. The reason is “self-publishing” is now a reasonable option. The app store ecosystem has removed most friction from the system, provided a clean and easy business model (70/30 revenue split), and eliminated almost all barriers to entry.

Simplicity

Journey of a Serial Entrepreneur

When you’re forced to be simple, you’re forced to face the real problem. Paul Graham. Inspiration

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"If you agree with me on nine out of 12 issues, vote for me. If you agree with me on 12 out of 12."

Mark Birch

““”If you agree with me on nine out of 12 issues, vote for me. If you agree with me on 12 out of 12 issues, see a psychiatrist.”“” - Ed Koch, former Mayor of NYC. Applies in any area of life…. ed koch nyc new york city

From Sliding Offline to Adapting from Bad

The Product Guy

Every week I read thousands of blog posts. For your weekend enjoyment, here are some of those highlights. What are you reading this weekend? On Product Management… [link] Adapt with results of the good and the bad. On Starting Up… [link] Source out the best.

SATURDAY JAZZ BRUNCH: Pennies From Heaven performed by Frank.

Mark Birch

SATURDAY JAZZ BRUNCH: Pennies From Heaven performed by Frank Sinantra and Count Basie - How can I not end a week of music from New Jersey and not include the biggest legends from the state, Sinatra and Basie. Sinatra grew up in Hoboken where he got his first exposure to the music business in NJ. Basie grew up in Red Bank doing chores in the Palace Theatre and eventually had a theatre named in his honor. Here the two jazz greats collaborate for the first time, which truly is an historic moment.

Groundhog Day – February 2, 2013

entrepreMusings

Happy Groundhog Day! According to the Washington Post: Groundhog Day 2013: No shadow for Punxsutawney Phil, so spring is around the corner. It feels like it’s been Spring in Austin, Texas for a while now.