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A Smart Bear by Jason - 2M ago
Startup strategy is like Kung Fu. There are many styles that work. But in a bar fight, you’re going to get punched in the face ..read more
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You roll down the windows and wear a helmet when you take your car to the track. This does not make me less terrified of a fiery death. ..read more
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We all know that startups should make decisions quickly. Fast decisions leads to rapid action, which accelerates the loop of production ..read more
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Pricing is often more about positioning and perceived value than it is about cost-analysis and unconvincing ROI calculators. As a result ..read more
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People said there’s no money in hosting. WordPress is just a toy. After the success of Smart Bear, I should be setting my sights on ..read more
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We’re tired of hearing how small software companies usually fail. The data show that the two most common causes are: (1) Product isn’ ..read more
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Forget work/life integration for a minute. How much time do you have, regardless of partitioning? From your 24-hour daily allotment, the ..read more
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Idealistic founders believe they will break the mold when they scale, and not turn into a “typical big company.” By which they mean ..read more
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I am planning a company retreat. What are some great questions we can work on as a company? cc @RNeivert @robwalling @asmartbear — ..read more
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Top workplace complaints:1) The way things are2) Change — Andrew Annett (@akannett) June 1, 2015 This plays out in many important ..read more

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