The $12 Startup That Was Sold On Twitter For About $100,000 – with Sean Percival This is a story about how an entrepreneur can build an internet business on the side. The business Sean Percival launched wasn’t meant to be the next Google. He was just trying to make some money and improve his business [...]
Archive for October, 2011
How To Pitch Your Story To A Blogger – with Brad McCarty How do you successful pitch the media so they write about your company? That’s what I asked Brad McCarty, editor of The Next Web, a blog focuses on technology and business news and reaches 2 million unique visitors per month. I invited him [...]
How Tradeshift Tweeted And Got 50 Coders To Build Its First Version For Equity – with Christian Lanngon Oct 5, 2011 - 8:00 AM PST
How do you start a company with a tweet and grow it to 60,000 business users within 1 year?
Christian Lanng is the co-founder of Tradeshift, a free invoicing service that packs in a social network for businesses and offers apps.
The tens of thousands of organizations that use Tradeshift include the Danish government and UK National Health Services. Here’s the story of how it got there…
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AllThingsD is reporting that my old friend (and sponsor) Alex Bard sold his customer service company Assistly, for $50 million. Check out this gem from Alex’s previous Mixergy interview about how Alex and his team figured out the right product to launch. Edited Excerpt Andrew: How have you implemented what you learned about customer development [...]
We got into business because wanted to leave our marks on the world and have fun, but instead we’re dealing with the same issues over and over and over.
This program is about breaking free of that dulling repetition. You’ll learn how to systemize your work so it can be done without you. My goal is to liberate you from the mundane so you can have time to plot…
Have you ever watched a guest on Mixergy reveal something that’s meant to be secret — like their profits — and asked yourself, “why is he saying that?”
I get dozens of emails from viewers who have that same question. That’s why I often ask it in my interviews.
Earlier this week, Julian Hearn (who was shockingly open about his profits in his interview) gave…