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Podcasts

8 Podcasts Every Marketer Should Be Listening to

Podcasts offer some super-practical tips on everything from starting a business to growing a social media campaign. Are you listening?
Startups

5 Fatal Entrepreneurial Delusions

What you don't know is less likely to hurt you than what you believe to be true that isn't.
Startups

3 Keys to Getting a Better Deal for Your Startup

Making the most of your money will be crucial to your success.
Take It From The Pros

When Is It a Good Idea to Change Your Company's Name?

The maker of the Nima gluten sensor just changed its name from 6SensorLabs to Nima.
Startups

9 Sales and Marketing Tips for Startups

How you sell yourself is different than how you market yourself.
Business Moving Forward

4 Qualities That Make for a Great Startup City

All across America there are cities eager for the energy that entrepreneurs have in abundance.
Startups

Eric Ries on 4 Common Misconceptions About Lean Startup

If you believe lean startup methods lead to "cheap" products and companies, or that lean startup companies don't think big, think again.
Startups

How to Find and Start Your Next Entrepreneurial Effort

Identify which idea can gain traction and make you a happy business owner.
CEOs

You're a Real CEO When Your Company Is Bigger Than Your Title

Even if they founded the company, CEO is a pompous title for somebody supervising a handful of employees.
Project Grow

These Inspiring Startups Make Giving a Core Part of Their Missions

See how these founders are using their entrepreneurial skills for good.
Entrepreneurship Characteristics

4 Old-School Characteristics That Make Modern Entrepreneurs Thrive

Tomorrow's biggest successes will be those who learn from those who came before. That means patience in putting business first and selecting a partner who's in it for the right reasons.
Startups

How to Fix the Top 3 Mistakes Early-Stage Entrepreneurs Make

Rookies are going to make mistakes. The key is learning the smart way, not the hard way.