Vinish Garg - Issue #9

HeyThis is my reading issue for current week, with some useful readings on startups, products, or sto
Vinish Garg - Issue #9
By Vinish Garg • Issue #9
Hey
This is my reading issue for current week, with some useful readings on startups, products, or stories. It starts today and I will share these weekly reading issues once every week. Thank you!

Products
The unconventional hiring strategy your tech startup should adopt
It’s no secret that the tech space is becoming increasingly competitive. Even if your company is truly innovative, your product’s benefits and features mig
What Does a Successful Entrepreneur Look Like? — Life Learning — Medium
Here’s what a successful entrepreneur looks like, by the numbers.
Move fast: it’s your biggest competitive advantage - Version One
Last week I attended the NFX demo day.  For me, it is one of the most fun demo days to attend as NFX, like Version One, focuses on network effect businesses, particularly marketplaces and social platforms.
How To Upsell A Customer Without Being Pushy
Upselling your customers doesn’t have to be manipulative. Here’s how to do it right.
The Strategic Shift in Revenue for SaaS Startups as They Scale
Tomasz Tunguz is a venture capitalist at Redpoint and writes about startups, fund raising, SaaS companies, and best practices for founders.

The Official SaaStr Podcast with Harry Stebbings is Now Live! | SaaStr
all about sales, revenue, and scaling SaaS companies
5 Lessons Every Entrepreneur Should Know from @Jason’s Launch Festival — Life Learning — Medium
LAUNCH 2016 was great! Listening to talks are great, but not so useful when it goes in one ear and goes out the other. T…
TruthRank vs. PageRank - Feld Thoughts
I was at dinner a few weeks ago with my long time friend and first business partner Dave Jilk. We ended up talking about how difficult it is to determine signal from noise, fact from fiction, truth from bullshit, and bullshit from complete-and-total-bullshit.
Anything worth doing takes years. — Life Learning — Medium
You can’t set short time frames. That’s short sighted.
Lessons learned from scaling a product team - Inside Intercom
There’s lots written about how you should build software, but few concrete examples of the messy reality as implemented by startups. Here’s our process.
Content
What Should Marketers Look For in a Content Strategist?
Before you hire a content strategist, learn from the experts what skills to consider and questions to ask to get the right help – Content Marketing Institute
Top 4 content governance Q&As | Content Strategy Inc.
Top questions about content governance answered, with an overview of tactics and tools you’ll learn in our Confab Central governance workshop
BluePrinting: the story, the legend, the hero - SDL Company Blog
The story of BluePrinting begins with a small consultancy called Twinspark that later became Tridion, in Amsterdam. They built content management solutions for the online publishing industry in the Netherlands.
Metadata Magic: 4 Powerful Ways to Use Metadata for Marketing - Content Science Review
Learn the essentials of content metadata and its powerful potential for your marketing.
Why I Think Books Must Die - The Content Wrangler
Noz Urbina explores why he thinks books must die and be reborn into organized content collections that adapt to the needs of individual readers.
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