Founder and CEO, AudienceBloom
Disaster seems to lurk around every corner, and no matter how hard you try to prepare yourself, there's seemingly always something waiting to take your company out.
If you start seeking funding before you're ready, you could end up wasting your time and heading toward disappointment.
There's a certain type of office culture that has pervaded the public perception of startups, and it's starting to have a major impact.
We all know that there's no shortcut to success, and there's no magic formula that can create the "perfect" startup. But this one factor rises above all others.
There are five keys to scoring that ever-coveted spot at the top of Google search results.
Without one, you'll become one of the vast majority of hopeful entrepreneurs who find themselves without enough capital to keep moving.
When something does go wrong, don't take it as a sign of your own incompetence or believe that there's little to no hope of recovery.
Any opportunity you have to show off your personality, meet new people or share new content can be considered a viable outlet for your personal brand.
Allowing your business to succumb to one of these entirely preventable fates will lead to regret.
They are passionate, imaginative and undaunted by the inevitable challenges of starting a business from scratch, and won't say these phrases.
A number of factors, including the rise of wearables and increased competition, places a greater focus on location.
There are ways to survive -- no matter how devastating a blow the departure might seem at the time.
Building bad links can earn you a penalty and set you back weeks or months. Try these sources.
In practice, managing people is far more challenging than most aspiring business owners realize.
Ideas come in many shapes and sizes, but not all "good" ideas are created equal.