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Startup-Mistakes-Infographics

Posted On November 15, 2013By Daniel GarplidIn Blog, Business, Featured, Infographics

Top 10 Startup Mistakes Infographics

Top 10 Startup Mistakes as Infographics. Click on the image or view it and download it on slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/100FirstHits/startups-infographicsRead More
Startup-Saga-Episode1

Posted On November 8, 2013By Daniel GarplidIn Blog, Business

The Startup Saga – Episode 1

Follow Ben and Dave on a wild ride screwing up their startup. All startup mistakes are based on the “Top 10 Startup Mistakes Report 2013″ from 100FirstHits.com. Enjoy! View it on Slideshare >>Read More
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Posted On November 4, 2013By Daniel GarplidIn Blog, Business, Featured

We’re On The Front Page Of Slideshare

Fantastic! We’re on the front page of Slideshare with the “10 Ways We Founders SuccessFully Screw Up Our Startups!”. You can download the full PDF report FREE of charge here: http://100firsthits.com/bi/startupmistakes.htmlRead More
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Based on Aggregated Data from Google; Summarized, Analyzed and Narrated by 100FirstHits.com If you want to be 100% sure to screw up your startup, you should build something that nobody wants. But honestly, no one does that, right? Wrong! It got the highest score in the “Top 10 Startup Mistakes Report 2013” by 100FirstHits.com. We founders consistently keep starting businesses building products and services based on assumptions not tested in reality. To even enable the smallest possibility of success, we have to learn to do market research, ask as manyRead More
startupmistakes

Posted On October 30, 2013By Daniel GarplidIn Business, Featured, Reports, Slider, Technology

Startup Mistakes Report 2013

Here’s the Top 10 Startup Mistakes Report 2013. This report is based upon thoroughly research on the Internet  searching for Startup mistakes. Topics: Building something nobody wants Hiring poorly Lack of focus Failing to execute Sales & Marketing effectively Not having the right Co-founders Chasing Investors instead of Customers Not making sure you have enough money Spending too much money Failing to ask for help Ignoring social media Enjoy !Read More