Monthly Archives: August 2012

Seth’s Blog: #1 in a small market…

is way more interesting, more fruitful and more fun than being number three in a larger market. When you’re the market leader, you set the agenda, you attract the leading customers and you are the one who gets targeted, picked … Continue reading

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Google Reader (843)

Google+ Events is yet another way Google+ is competing with Facebook, representing a new opportunity for marketers. Most marketers and businesses have been using Facebook Events to promote everything from webinars to company fundraising events within their Facebook community. Now, … Continue reading

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When Freemium Fails – WSJ.com

A growing number of new businesses are following in the footsteps of successful companies such as Dropbox Inc., LinkedIn Corp., LNKD -0.54% and Skype Inc., SPU +3.36% by giving away their products and services free to build a customer base. A growing … Continue reading

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How Often Should You Blog? (Hint: The Answer Might Surprise You) : @ProBlogger

Quality trumps quantity (as usual):   If you’ve been blogging for a while, you’ve probably come across advice to blog every day. Perhaps you feel that you must blog every day—and you’re reluctant to even start your blog because you … Continue reading

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What factors influence DAU/MAU? Nature versus nuture | @andrewchen

Surprisingly, it can be hard to figure out if you’re at Product/Market Fit or not, and one of the big reasons is that comparable numbers are difficult or impossible to come by. You have to look at comps for products … Continue reading

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