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When pitching to investors, entrepreneurs always seem to start with a customer pitch, then add a slide or two about the business. In reality, they need a separate pitch about the business, carrying over only a slide or two about the solution.
Some may see Twitter as a hot social media platform that fell way short of expectations, but that sounds a lot like it was a fait accompli, and that’s simply not true. Things don’t just happen to companies. The outcome is always a function of management decisions, good or bad.
That proposal was due last week, you are days behind on finalizing the plan because decisions aren’t being made in meetings, there are 100 emails you need to respond to and back-to-back calls in your calendar today.
Recently, Twitter’s oft-neglected Direct Message (DM) tool added a group DM function, a feature that was well-received, but then seems to have gone nowhere. This should not be the case as it’s incredibly useful. Group DMs on Twitter have the power to become real game-changers.
Where do you start, with marketing, when you’re about to launch your product or service? This is possibly the most asked question when it comes to startup marketing, and one Guy Kawasaki once famously weighed in on, saying, “Sales fixes everything.”
I’m more conflicted about Windows 10 than I have been about any previous version of Windows. In some ways, the operating system is extremely ambitious; in others, it represents a great loss of ambition.
Has LinkedIn been annoying you lately? Don’t worry – the social network is listening to users and making some changes. On Monday, LinkedIn announced in a blog post that it is making changes to cut back on the frequency of emails it sends users.