Category: Startups

Startup Playbook

Your goal as a startup is to make something users love. If you do that, then you have to figure out how to get a lot more users. But this first part is critical – think about the really successful companies of today.

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GitLab Employee Handbook

In the past two years we’ve gone from a team of 10 people to a team of 90+, spread across 26 countries. As a remote-only company, there is a stronger need to document and broadly share our policies and procedures.

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From 0 to 1,000 Customers & Beyond

This book is based on a series of conversations Hiten Shah & Steli Efti had about growing B2B startups from zero to thousands of paying customers. They’ve both done this repeatedly, with different companies, and they’ve started to see patterns emerge.

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A Summary Guide to YC Startup School

I believe that every founder should  learn from the world’s best incubator!  So, I created A Summary Guide to YC Startup School to accelerate my own learning and yours right with it! Startup School is a free 10-week massively open online cource (MOOC).

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The Venture Hacks Bible

Venture Hacks is the single best source of startup knowledge, this eBook puts them all in one place. If you’re a founder, reading through these blog posts is a must.

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Startup Growth

This handbook is a comprehensive growth marketing reference. It leaves you with an agency-level proficiency in user acquisition and conversion optimization. It’s probable you’ve never read growth advice as comprehensive nor as insightful as this.

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Intercom on Starting Up: Sharing everything we know about building a startup

With the insane volume of startup literature already out there writing this book wasn’t a no-brainer for us. No one wants to add to the scrap heap. But if you restrict yourself to only reading articles from people who have actually created a business, hit some revenue target, or broken out of the MVP-in-an-incubator stage, there’s very few books and blogs left. This is why we hope this book is relevant to you.

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