The Ultralight Startup
The Ultralight Starup

The Ultralight Startup shows you don't need an MBA, a trust fund, or even experience running your own company to become a star in the tech world. The Ultralight Startup is a comprehensive, easy-to-follow guide that will prepare any entrepreneur for success. Learn how to raise money, launch a product, get covered on TechCrunch, and the secrets behind companies like Onswipe, Foursquare, Twitter, Dropbox, Mint, and more.

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22 Dec

Why Every Entrepreneur Should Write and 9 Tips To Get Started

Why Every Entrepreneur Should Write and 9 Tips To Get Started

Tweet//This post originally appeared at OnStartups, where all my writing appears exclusively. “The best part of blogging is the people you will meet”- Hugh MacLeod repeating wisdom from Loic Lemeur to me at the Big Pink at 2 am in South Beach after the Future of Web Apps 2008. If you asked me to tell […]

06 Dec

11 Ways Your Startup Can Deliver Support That Will Increase Sales

11 Ways Your Startup Can Deliver Support That Will Increase Sales

Tweet//This post originally appeared at OnStartups, where all my writing appears exclusively. upport is often an after thought for many startups in terms of the impact it has on your time, sanity, and development resources. It’s usually a tedious chore that is a second class citizen. Or…Maybe it’s not. Maybe your startup worships at the […]

18 Oct

How I Pitched @TechCrunch And 13 Ways To Get Press When You Launch Your Startup

How I Pitched @TechCrunch And 13 Ways To Get Press When You Launch Your Startup

TweetI outlined 16 must have customer acquisitions techniques for startups in a post last month. One of the most important techniques comes in the form of Public Relations and I think it’s important enough to warrant its own article. PR is how you launch companies, build buzz, and get valuable attention that ranks well above […]

30 Sep

Answering The “Should I Go To College/Drop Out?” Question For Young Entrepreneurs

Answering The “Should I Go To College/Drop Out?” Question For Young Entrepreneurs

TweetThere’s a common question brought up in the entrepreneurial community that goes something like this: “Should I go to college?” or “Should I drop out of college?” It’s even the subject of a good analysis by Vivek Wadhwa over at Techcrunch. . I’ve seen the question pop up often enough, it’s certainly an important one, […]

17 Sep

How To Go From Idea To Launching With Paying Customers In 8 Steps

How To Go From Idea To Launching With Paying Customers In 8 Steps

TweetQuick Personal Update: I just started writing with Dharmesh at OnStartups.  I’m completely honored to be contributing there.  You can check out my first post: Lessons Learned From Startup Bootcamp 2010. A good portion of my writing will be going on there along with the awesome posts that Dharmesh has been delivering to a great […]