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Startups

#Startups: experiment, measure, change

As I continue to treat Atlanta Tech Blogs like a startup (trust me, it’s just a project), we’ve been doing lots of experiments to see what will get traction.  Then we measured.  Today, we changed.  Here’s what we changed.

 

  • Facebook: toast. The Facebook page had some followers, but
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Startups

Ideas are a dime a million

Execution is where it’s at.  Yes, I get that, but I still have a million ideas, many of which I am not nearly qualified to execute. So, just because I know I will never, ever be able to do anything  about this idea, maybe someone will.  That said, chances are … Keep reading >>>

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Pitch Practice Startups

Always Be Pitching

Frequent travelers

have a mantra – ABC

Always be charging

Last night at Atlanta Startup Village No. 20, I was reminded of something that we all know we should be always doing, back in the recesses of our minds, but don’t often think about.  But we should be thinking … Keep reading >>>

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Startups

1,000 RTs

Tonight was a very fun and educational night at Atlanta Startup Village (#ATLSV) number 20. Well done, Jon Birdsong! Five great Atlanta tech startups presented their solutions to unique industry problems:

  • NinjaPost – hosted community forum software
  • Hux – book a home cleaning service in 2 minutes
  • Playout
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Startups

Atlanta Tech Blogs is not for Atlanta

It really is amazing what web analytics has done, and will continue to do, for operators and marketers of web sites and web apps.  Twitter thoroughly dominates our social media outlets for inbound traffic, sharing, and audience.  With almost 1,000 followers (yes, a pittance in the real world, but not … Keep reading >>>