Twitter is a conversation. Twitter is an RSS feed. Twitter is inspiration. Twitter is the pulse.
Twitter is different things to different people. For @TechCocktail, one of the reasons we love Twitter so hard is the insightful business discourse- and naturally we want to share what we enjoy. Every Monday, we’ll be bringing you the top seven startup-related tweets of the past week.
Are you sharing valuable (or occasionally whimsical) business insight? Follow Tech Cocktail on Twitter. We’ll find you.
The Top 7 Business Tweets of The Week
#1 – @cdixon
In small startups, the CEO needs to personally reach out to potential investors.
— chris dixon (@cdixon) June 22, 2012
#2 – @Dries
Entrepreneurship is a career; I’d hate to work 9-to-5 and I’d hate to not be in charge of my own destiny.
— Dries Buytaert (@Dries) June 19, 2012
#3 – @NeilBlumenthal
Apple doesnt have documented brand guidelines, inherent in the culture, believe codified brand would shackle them & inhibit creativity
— Neil Blumenthal (@NeilBlumenthal) June 22, 2012
#4 – @cspenn
If you believe “No one is as smart as us, therefore no one will fact check us”, you have an exciting ride ahead of you.
— Christopher Penn (@cspenn) June 20, 2012
#5 – @unmarketing
Going on Twitter a few minutes a week is like going to a networking event, saying hi and leaving. It won’t work.
— Scott Stratten (@unmarketing) June 25, 2012
#6 – @kirillzubovsky
Dear stealth startups, if you cannot talk about your product w/out an NDA, you’re doing it wrong.
— Kirill Zubovsky (@kirillzubovsky) June 21, 2012
#7 – @lisahellebo
Thankful for some great advisors.
— lisahellebo (@lisahellebo) June 22, 2012