“Invest in people and relationships,” says one of our speakers at the upcoming How To Conference. “People you spend time with impact who you are and who you will become.”
Tag Archive: Growth Hacking
“It’s really all about not making the mistakes over and over,” says one of our Growth Hacking panelists. “It’s a lot more fun to make new mistakes.”
What’s the deal with growth hacking? And how do you implement it? Meet the panelists at our upcoming “How To” conference who will give you the scoop.
Don’t have a ton of money to rebrand (who does)? Here’s how one startup did it.
These are the skills I’ve found to be the most important as a non-technical founder to make herself useful at a startup.
By Elizabeth Yin (Co-Founder, LaunchBit)
For all intents and purposes, I’m the non-technical co-founder of my internet company LaunchBit, an ad network for email. I barely write a line of code anymore. So what do I do? I sit around and boss people around. I’m the ideas person. I write strategy docs. I manage products.
When I started
PITCH NYC 2012: DailyWorth CEO Amanda Steinberg Talks Marketing, Growth Hacking And Building 6 Companies
Live from PITCH NYC 2012 Conference & Competition –
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)
At the 2012 PITCH NYC Conference, DailyWorth CEO and founder Amanda Steinberg talks from her experience of building over 200 websites. DailyWorth is her sixth business and she aimed to share tips with the audience at Women 2.0
“The most important lesson I learned is that as CEOs and founders, we make things too complicated,” said DailyWorth’s Amanda Steinberg.