Vinish Garg - Issue #2

Hey it is Monday today. As I promised last week in Issue #1, I will share the weekly readings on cont
Vinish Garg - Issue #2
By Vinish Garg • Issue #18
Hey it is Monday today. As I promised last week in Issue #1, I will share the weekly readings on content, startups, and on products in general.
Thanks for sticking around. In my emails, I plan to share two different lists of readings:
  • Content (architecture, strategy, experiences, technology)
  • Products (startups, founders)

Readings: Content
Metadata standards compliance can involve many layers. Publishers need to rely on the standards guidance that best supports their goals.
Considering buying something for the first time? Content can help inform and educate on purchasing behavior.
Mastering the “Seven Habits of Highly Effective Technical Writers” will help you become an ace technical writer by fine-tuning the way you learn.
It’s not easy taking information across borders. That’s particularly ironic in a digital environment where the ability for information to cross borders is relatively seamless.
An overview of the ways Linked Data can help libraries make library records more visible and accessible for their audiences.
From a cognitive perspective, what do we know about the effects of …
The event takes place in Paris later this month (29-30 March) and, for the first time, content strategists and information specialists will come together in a coordinated effort to understand, discuss and begin to define the future of information in light of Industry 4.0.
Readings: Products
Raising a Series A in SaaS is all about connecting your metrics to your story. Mathilde Collin, CEO of Front, explains how their metrics helped them raise $10M.
After failing twice in business I decided I needed help from a mentor.
Tomasz Tunguz is a venture capitalist at Redpoint and writes about startups, fund raising, SaaS companies, and best practices for founders.
Welcome to Episode 100! We’ve got a special guest to celebrate what has quickly become the most listened-to podcast in the industry, with over 50,000…
A lot has been written about how data informs design, but the script can be flipped. Here’s how we use design principles to help with data problems.
Lean user onboarding can help teams that are getting started, as well as more experienced teams that want to improve activation.
I’m sure you’ve run into Simon Sinek’s TED talk on the Golden Circle where he made the case for how great leaders communicate differently — leading first with their why (or purpose), then describing…
Product-market fit isn’t everything in SaaS. In his SaaSFest 2016 talk, Brian Balfour explains how market, product, channel, and model all need to fit together.
Y Combinator is the most prestigious accelerator. Thousands of startups would die to be accepted. And yet it’s a big waste of time (unless you know the rules).
Everett Katigbak, who’s helped shape the brands of Stripe, Facebook and Pinterest, shares how brand design can support product and spread culture.
It was Joe Goller last week and tomorrow, I will share the next in the Content Conversations series. Stay tuned.
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