Blogs

Underbelly: What startup
bloggers don’t tell you

November 9, 2009 | Jason Cohen

Tweet You have to wonder at these folks who blog so confidently about how to run little companies. I mean, on the one hand

 

Make Your Hard Work Pay Off by Submitting for the SxSW Accelerator Showcase

November 6, 2009 | Michelle Greer

Tweet I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen some really amazing startups that were built out of someone’s house.  Two or three…

 

Web developers can’t sell

November 4, 2009 | Michelle Greer

Tweet I used to work at Dell selling computers to the consumer market. This is the trenches of selling. I could tell you about…

 

Business advice
plagued by survivor bias

November 2, 2009 | Jason Cohen

Tweet Do you read business blogs where the author has failed three times without success? No, because you want to learn from success, not

 

Marketing campaigns
that spread themselves

October 27, 2009 | Michelle Greer

Tweet You know these people. They go to every social media conference. They write books on the subject and speak and get interviewed constantly…

 

Constructive criticism
vs. bad business advice

October 26, 2009 | Jason Cohen

Tweet I was starry-eyed when Frank showed up 18 months after the birth of my company, Smart Bear. Picture it: Frank was a silver-haired…

 

siliconANGLE editor Mark Hopkins:
Managing the online sphere

October 21, 2009 | Michelle Greer

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A Q&A about developing online communities . . . …

Mark Hopkins is editor of the tech blog siliconANGLE and the former editor of

 

Why business blogs should focus on
cheerleaders, not lead generation

October 19, 2009 | Jason Cohen

Tweet It’s not clear that company blogs are a good idea, despite arguments for social media generally. I’ll give you the bad news first,

 
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