76 commentsFebruary 14, 2014
A week ago I started an Austin Experiences business in 48 hours and generated $6k revenue which I wrote about on AppSumo here.
After it was all over, I was struck by how many great friends I have and how fortunate I am. (Of course, I’ve had my fair share of disappointments and have dealt with depression too.)
Just thinking about all the great people I have in my life, I was hit by an amazing wave of gratitude and appreciation.
I have […]
7 commentsAugust 20, 2008
With our new start-up we have tried so many different ways to monetize. Eventually, I asked my friend Rachel if she could pull together top advertisers and we could have a Community Next::Monetize.
Some great companies are going to be there: Google, Yahoo!, Myspace, Imeem, Photobucket, Slide, RockYou, Flixster and more…
Also, I am looking forward to talks from Offerpal (we use them), Userplane (awesomeness) and Andrew Chen (my personal idol).
This is an invite only event, but I am giving my readers […]
It might be unknown to many but the majority of all social networks were started by a spamming of some sorts.
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MySpace used their ResponseBase email marketing list of 100 million+ people to send for first users.
Facebook spammed all the Harvard email lists to get the first 2,000 users in a day.
Hi5 used their previous dating site to send a considerable amount of traffic to
Bebo used their original site BirthdayAlarm.com to have a huge user base to start with.
Karen and I thought it would be fun to hold the Silicon Valley Chess Tournament to see which startup, venture capitalist and individual is the best in the Valley. The catch is that it’s on cinco de mayo so that means cerveza time.
what? The premier tournament for chess in Silicon Valley. Unlimited beer, prizes and fun!
why? Cause you either: like chess, like beer or fun (choose one or all).
who? Anybody that wants to. Discount given to teams.
when? May 5th from […]