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Not a bad idea to show your graphic design skills right from the start. A great resume template is just one step forward to landing your dream job. Care este diferenţa dintre un start-up tehnologic şi un "lifestyle business"? — Crossover. Nomad List — Best Cities to Live and Work Remotely for Digital Nomads. Don't Be A Free User (Pinboard Blog) Don't Be A Free User These projects are all very different, but the dynamic is the same.
Someone builds a cool, free product, it gets popular, and that popularity attracts a buyer. Anybody can monetize their passion (now) Startup = Growth. September 2012 A startup is a company designed to grow fast.
Being newly founded does not in itself make a company a startup. Nor is it necessary for a startup to work on technology, or take venture funding, or have some sort of "exit. " The only essential thing is growth. Customer Experience & UX Design Agency. I'm Launching 12 Startups in 12 Months. I liked the idea of Jennifer Dewalt’s 180 websites in 180 days.
However, unlike Jennifer who learned web development from scratch, I can already build stuff. My challenge is to actually finish and launch my projects. So for the next 12 months, I’ve set the goal to launch 12 startups in 12 months. Startups Posts. On self-funding startups. With funded startups often founders get into business purely because there’s a big opportunity.
Some growing market in need of a solution. Or perhaps a model is copied from a successful startup in a foreign market, and executed in a home market. Colin Nederkoorn. Customer email and messaging platform for product and marketing teams. How I build my minimum viable products. Since I’ve launched my 12 startups in 12 months challenge, the #1 question I get asked is about my work flow and how I can ship so fast.
I don’t work particularly longer hours than most people (I think). I do work fast and rough. In this post, I’d like to show you the basics of how my I build my minimum viable products (or MVPs). First, a public service announcement, I don’t do things conventionally and probably not according to the rules. How I build my minimum viable products. How I hacked Slack into a community platform with Typeform. In the last few weeks I built a Slack community around digital nomads called #nomads.
It now has over 1,250 members that talk to each other daily. Slack was originally meant as a team communication platform, but it functions surprisingly well at large-scale as a community platform. Slack doesn’t allow people to sign up directly though. The team’s admin needs to invite people manually. Today, I’ll show how I combined a few services to fix that and transform Slack into a community platform. Productivity Software Startups on BetaList. Startups Startups on BetaList. How I sped up Nomad List by 31% with SPDY, CloudFront and PageSpeed. These days building an MVP is easy, launching it is a challenge but if you succeed, usually your site will stay up (since it’s such a basic version).
The problem really starts when you start growing your site, and your site’s traffic starts growing with it. That’s what happened with Nomad List. In half a year it grew to over 500,000 pageviews per month, with over 100 million assets served per month. That’s about 200 assets per page load, mostly pictures of the cities). How to add shareable pictures to your website with some PhantomJS magic. Filipe Carmona (@filcarmona) asked me: Good question, Jack!
Oh your name isn’t Jack! Well, anyway let me get your John Hancock and let’s get down to brass tax here, Charlie. When websites get shared on social media like Facebook and Twitter, they’re quickly opened by Facebook and Twitter’s robots. We have an epidemic of bad posture. What happens if you Google “coworking space”?
You see people working hard. I see lots of necks, backs, arms, wrist and hands that will need phyiscal therapy in the next decade. My story of RSI Until I packed up, started to travel and got a MacBook to work from, I never had any RSI. Suddenly I was working from hostel dorms, hotel rooms, coffee shops, bars, pools, roof tops, anything really. Bootstrapping Side Projects into Profitable Startups. I presented about bootstrapping startups to profit at Dutch startup school Growth Tribe. Here’s the transcript. It’s pretty rough because I had to be very practical in my presentation, but I hope it’s useful for you! Also sorry for the layout on a few of these slides, I did it in Keynote and didn’t have a lot of time.
Video will be up soon too of this.