Why Three Founders Is Better Than Two
Creating a company with a good friend or like-minded business partner is common, and allows you to both call the shots and make decisions that have a direct impact on your startup's future. Unfortunately, a startup founded by two people can be a tough sell. It opens the door for disagreements
Transparency: Too Much Or Not Enough In Your Startup Culture?
Rand Fishkin, CEO of SEOmoz, has a corporate culture of transparency. Rand spoke to the local chapter of the Entrepreneur Organization recently. Based on the story that he shared with us, it sounded like he was a person that was not very transparent in the early days of Moz. However,
5 Things Startups Should Blog About
When you think about building a business around a product or service, the farthest thing from your mind may be starting a blog on your company's website. That's completely understandable, though the benefits of having a company blog can be well worth the effort. A company blog enables you to keep
What the Return on Investment Looks like on a Startup Like Pinterest
The return on investing in a startup can be really hard to anticipate. I was reading an article on Tech Crunch titled "The One That Got Away" which highlighted how one investor had the opportunity to invest in Pinterest but passed. Let's get real about investing in startups first before we