About Angela Ruth
Angela Ruth is a freelance writer, journalist and consultant in Silicon Valley. She is a member of the YEC and a startup aficionado. You can follow her online on Twitter and Facebook.
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Leaders who don't work on themselves aren't in a good position to inspire anybody to work for them.
Every campaign is unique in its details but all the successful ones share the same key ingredients.
Don't let the shiny allure of the valley blind you. It's a big country and a lot of places will welcome you warmly.
Internet of Things
The internet of things has an huge future but don't underestimate how much it is changing the world right now.
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The less your marketing resembles advertising the closer the connection you'll make with your customers.