Tag: Advice

45 Simple Yet Profound Startup Insights


It is a truism that you can see further by standing on the shoulders of giants and this article is geared toward helping you do just that. It is packed full of inspirational and informative gold nuggets that will help ...

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Can’t Miss Startup Advice (November)


Welcome to the fourth edition of CMSA. If you like this series TRUST ME you don’t want to miss the motherlode coming out on Monday. Now down to business. DailyTekk loves startups, especially tech startups. We do everything we can ...

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CustomMade’s Top Takeaways from the Google Ventures Founder & CEO Summit

This is a guest post.

Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Mike Salguero, the CEO and Co-Founder of CustomMade—the world’s largest online marketplace for hiring makers to create exactly what you want. To learn more, visit CustomMade.com or follow them on Facebook and ...

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Can’t Miss Startup Advice (September)


A lot has happened since the last startup advice post here on DailyTekk that I’m sure you don’t want to miss. First, we explored the issue of failure and whether or not it was fatal. The responses will give you ...

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How Do I Get Funded On Kickstarter?


Are you thinking about trying to raise some money for a tech (or other) project on Kickstarter? Well today is your lucky day! We asked the creative folks behind some of the most-funded tech projects on the site to spill ...

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How to Get Along with People 90% Better


Don’t be a know-it-all. People hate that.



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Can’t Miss Startup Advice (July)


As Oscar Wilde once said, “The only thing to do with good advice is to pass it on.” Well, here at DailyTekk we come into good advice all the time. More specifically, the site is quickly becoming a treasure trove ...

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Can’t Miss Startup Advice (June)


Through personal experience I’ve found that building on the advice and experience of others who have actually been where you want to be is invaluable. It may be thinking, “Well, duh,” but I think oftentimes entrepreneurs stay within their little ...

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