The Top 7 #Startup Tweets of the Week
Jul 16, 2012
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#1 – @LeanStarter
pro tip: $50k is prob 2 much 4 the wrong ppl, and yet still not enough 4 the *right* ppl. @500
— Andy White (@LeanStarter) July 7, 2012
#2 – @5ooStartups
When pitching, “try to get your audience to personalize the problem and connect with it.” – @brendanbaker
— 500 Startups (@500Startups) July 13, 2012
#3 – @tcarmody
Tech fans aren’t that different from sports fans. Some root for their teams, some love to play, some just want to know who to bet on.
— Tim Carmody (@tcarmody) July 15, 2012
#4 – @MikeBrownJr
Reality check for VP level folks in big cos wanting to go to startups – you have to roll up sleeves and do something vs manage ppl
— MikeBrownJr (@MikeBrownJr) July 11, 2012
#5 – @mg
If you build products with no feedback inevitably you’ll be your only user. Constructive criticism is crucial for developing great products.
— Matt Galligan (@mg) July 11, 2012
#6 – @slobotski
“One of the best ways to build a relationship is to help someone when there’s no ulterior motive for doing so.” – via @EllenLevy
— Jeff Slobotski (@slobotski) July 13, 2012
#7 – @kylegport
— Kyle Porter (@kylegport) July 10, 2012
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