Startup Guides

Startup Guides

There’s no such thing as The Ultimate Guide. We’ve all heard it. It’s not true.

Prepared with attention, precision, and care, and divided into clear, well-structured tree of sub-categories, our Startup Guides serve as the ultimate guidelines’ archive on all things startups, all things business. While no guide in particular can be the ultimate one, our guides as a whole aim to get close: As close as possible. From starting up to succeeding, from finding investors through overcoming the obstacles to expanding, our guides aim to cover all the topics, all the problems.

Machine Learning: Theory and Practice

Practice makes perfect. This popular sentence needs no explanation and can be applied to every aspect of our lives. Our brain, as well as our muscles, develop through training and exercise....
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10 Tips For Writing The Perfect Newsletter

Title As A Core The title is the most important part of your email because it alone determines if the email attracts attention. In other words, it is the main factor for...
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The Idea of Seed Funding

What came first? The chicken or the egg? This dilemma remains unsolved, and it seems like no one ever will find a real and indisputable answer. When it comes to plants,...
Top 100 Business Sites to Follow

Top 100 Business Sites to Follow

Looking for something on business to read? These are the 100 most interesting business-, startup-, entrepreneurship-, tech-, and science-related sites I have stumbled upon and been reading and following since 2010....
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Artificial Intelligence – What is It?

Several years ago artificial intelligence was still just a matter of sci-fi movies and theoretical deliberation. Nowadays it is an integral part of our reality. Smart home devices, iOS assistant Siri,...
12 Reasons Your Business Needs a Blog: Double Screen

12 Reasons Your Business Needs a Blog

Content marketing can be expensive. Where big companies can invest their dollars in such operations – the potential return is worth the not-so-small investment to hire agencies and content marketers –...
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Investing on Fig. Insight from a Veteran Investor

I was an early back of Obsidian's latest and greatest crowdfunding campaign for Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire. I love RPGs. So, of course, I love Obsidian, back to the days...
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WordPress.org vs. WordPress.com. A Short & Simple Guide to Blogging

Being an entrepreneur, it is worth it to have a blog. Even if it’s not a part of a larger content marketing operation, it’s always good to stay connected to our...
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7 Best Cities for Startups

Everybody knows which hubs are the hottest to start a business in. Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area – these spots have long been the world leaders in high-tech...
Crowdfunding a Videogame: Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire

Crowdfunding a Videogame: How Did Obsidian Entertainment Make $1 MLN in 24 Hours?

How much funding can a videogame studio secure in mere 24 hours? $10,000? $50,000? $100,000? Obsidian Entertainment has proven that – in fact – it’s much, much more. Their newest game,...