Vinish Garg - Issue #14

Hey, this is my latest weekly reading issue and it has some useful posts on startups, products, conte
Vinish Garg - Issue #14
By Vinish Garg • Issue #14
Hey, this is my latest weekly reading issue and it has some useful posts on startups, products, content, and stories. I hope you find it useful and feel free to share it in your network. Thank you!

Startups, Products
The 7 Virtues of Entrepreneurship
Want to maximize your chances of success? Practice these.
The Critical Steps to Aligning Product Managers and Customer Success — Medium
Once it looks like product market “fit” has been reached, Product Managers may be quick to celebrate. Building and iterating a product…
The hardest thing about fundraising that no one talks about… Fundraising is freakin’ hard. It’s time-consuming and draining. It requires being energetic and up 110% even when you’ve already been…
5 Tips for Startup Engineering Teams - Techstars
Every single company, and startups are no exception, depend on software. Software went from being critical to every business, to being THE business.
Should SaaS pricing be adjusted for different geographical markets? – SaaStr
But if you really can show it can move the needle now, ignore this, and go for it. A common exception here is when your app takes off in less developed countries as a large % of your customer base without you really planning for it. $5 a month can be a lot in some geographies … vs. probably way too cheap in U.S., Europe, etc.
The Top 7 Mistakes First Time Software Founders Make - And How To Avoid Them | @DanMartell
Here are 3 ways the word “Pivot” is often misused: 1. Used to describe a failure 2. Used to describe a full restart 3. Used to describe a new focus The wor
Jay Simons, President @ Atlassian: Inside Story Behind a $5B IPO (Video + Transcript) – SaaStr
In anticipation of the upcoming SaaStr Annual 2017, we’ll be releasing the full series of transcripts and videos from all the awesome 2016 sessions.
The Smallest ACV to Justify an Inside Sales Team at a SaaS Startup
Tomasz Tunguz is a venture capitalist at Redpoint and writes about startups, fund raising, SaaS companies, and best practices for founders.
The Psychology of Viral Content
Even though two recent internet sensations included white sneakers and a Wookie mask, don’t write off viral content as pure luck.
How to Define a Workflow That Keeps Content Production On Track
Keep your projects on track. Define your workflow and let everybody know about it – Content Marketing Institute
Stack Overflow Documentation - Product Hunt
Stack Overflow Documentation - A crowdsourced developer documentation. Read the opinion of 8 influencers. Discover 3 alternatives like Slack Overflow and Sta…
What It Takes To Succeed As A Content Leader
As content becomes more and more a lever of digital transformation for organizations, it’s important to recognize what it takes to succeed at leading it.
Applying Tim Ferriss' 4-hour work week rules to tech comm projects | I'd Rather Be Writing
Principles in Tim Ferriss’ book The 4-Hour Work Week can be applied to tech comm projects. By focusing on the 20% of tasks that result in 80% of the results,…
Adobe Launches XML Documentation Add-on for Adobe Experience Manager (News) | TechWhirl
Adobe enters DITA CCMS space with XML Documentation Add-on for Adobe Experience Manager
How to Train Your Robot | Earley Information Science
What do curated content, personalization and machine learning have in common?  This week Earley Information Science (EIS) is hosting two excellent executive roundtables – the first is with Anjali Yakundi, an analyst from Forrester Research and the topic is personalization. 
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