Startup Lessons Learned: Drafting your first... →
klinger-io: The topic of investing is omnipresent in our startup world. Sooner or later most startup founders look for external funding. And it’s great that there is already a lot of great advice on this topic out there. The advice I want to focus on is a bit more fundamental. It’s about getting to your…
ICH BIN EIN FRESTYLINER. →
Frestyl works directly with venues and music organizers to help them promoting their events and give a unique experience inside the venue to their customers.
When you ask a German where you can buy groceries...
whenyouliveinberlin: Thanks Sniff for this!
My unprovable hypothesis is that obsessive upgrading and chronic stagnation are...– http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/comment/2013/03/technological-perfectionism-and-income-inequality.html#ixzz2MnIU27he
The Gap Between Social Media and Business Impact:... →
Broken Link Building →
seoscapes: Broken link building is a white hat SEO method which some of you may have already seen in action, and may be wondering how it’s done. The premise of broken link building is that you are doing someone a favor when you contact them and tell them about a broken link (404) on their website, then you offer them an alternative link to replace it. That alternative link, of course, is one...
YY: Letter from Steve Wozniak to a high school... →
yeonhoyoon: Following are emails between a high school student in Jeju, Korea and Steve Wozniak. I could only find the korean version of the student’s email, which I’ve translated into English. Mr. Wozniak! I’m a high school student in Korea. I am in second year of Se-Hwa high school in Jeju. My…
Seth Godin is in the Future as Culture Lags Behind... →
chrisabraham: Seth Godin is so far in the present and future that he believes the culture is shifted as opposed to shifting. There is an important continuum and constant transition over time. There are still Americans who are dallying in the 19th century. Most are still cogs, jealously wanting to still be cogs, and very few — maybe a fraction — are the “players of ideas,” the “makers of things,”...
Facebook passes 1.06 billion monthly active users,... →
digithoughts: Massive. Funny how Facebook put mobile under “threats” in its IPO filing, when its clearly the company’s biggest opportunity.
Facebook explains how to optimize your business... →
leetucksing: There’s SEO and then there’s Facebook SEO. If Graph Search takes off, the latter will become a big business. If you are in the SEO business, you should keep an eye on this
Serve stare su Facebook e/o Twitter?
A che serve stare su Facebook e/o Twitter per le aziende? Ora chiariamo questo dubbio una volta per tutte e non se ne parli più perché queste sono le basi del mestiere e il fatto che se ne discuta ancora anche tra professionisti mi preoccupa un bel po’ Le aziende devono stare dove sta la gente e in special modo dove sono i loro clienti, sempre e ovunque essi siano. Ora la gente sta su...
A Successful PR 2.0 Strategy
jamesglazebrook: As PR practitioners, we’re getting to grips with social media, and in many cases, getting our hands dirty. But how many of us are going beyond token, tactical use of social media and developing a real strategy? In her book PR 2.0: New Media, New Tools, New Audiences, Deirdre Breakenridge warns: “when constructing your PR plan, or strategising for your campaign, you need to...
Strong Opinions @marksbirch: NBC, the Olympics and... →
marksbirch: I have read a number of articles in the past two days criticizing NBC for their Olympics coverage. Mostly the complaints have centered on the tape delay, the extreme level of commercialization, and the difficulties of watching online for folks in the US. Overall, it has made for a rather painful…
OneBigInternet: Google Introduces Knowledge Graph:... →
onebiginternet: Today, Google announced they are making Google Search more intelligent. Some have been predicting the gradual release of the semantic web and this might be Google‘s early version. Google Search is quickly moving from an information engine to a knowledge engine. Google uses the example…
toaberlin: Talking to Startupbootcamp founders Alex Farcet about TOA Berlin Check out our fourth key actors video, this time we went and interviewed Alex Farcet from the Startupbootcamp accelerator. - The video is part of a series of videos we did telling the startups community about TOA Berlin and asking them about feedback and what they would expect/hope for. Thanks to Alex his time and...
KPCB Internet Trends 2012
KPCB Internet Trends 2012
Proof that SEO, Google and search is in every day...
searchengineland: Overheard next table at Starbucks, “With Google Panda and Penguin our tricks don’t work.” Glad they didn’t recognize me. — Amit Singhal (@theamitsinghal) May 31, 2012
Strong Opinions @marksbirch: Evolution of NYC Tech →
fred-wilson: “Though the firm has invested in several New York-based start-ups, Mr. Farrell said, it sets the bar higher for them, largely because it believes they are less likely to succeed.” John O’Farrell, Andreessen Horowitz, in the New York Times i sure hope this was a misquote.
Klash: About haircuts and pivoting →
klashapp: There is a new vocabulary in town! PIVOTING!! In case you have no clue what that means here is your Wikipedia definition: “The pivot or pivot element is the element of a matrix, an array, or some other kind of finite set, which is selected first by an
The Philosopher's Guide to Startups: Why it... →
mattangriffel: It doesn’t matter that your startup’s product is better than anything else out there. There, I said it. Let’s try a little thought experiment: What if I told you there was a better search engine than Google? Or a better email client than Gmail? Or a better social network than Facebook?…
For a Future-Friendly Web (Mobilism 2012)