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A customer development rig for non programmers using WordPress – Part 4

Phil Morle | April 22, 2014 | Customer Development, Startup Science | 2 Comments |

My journey continues to discover a sustainable and repeatable business model for my new publishing business for parents.  I am…

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How to be a Hero with 1 killer feature

Steve Sammartino | April 17, 2014 | Startup Science | 2 Comments |

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve seen the rise and rise of the GoPro camera. They’ve recently filed…

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Can Kickstarter bring a Philippine startup to the US?

Oliver Segovia | April 15, 2014 | Customer Development, Startup Science | 0 Comments |

EDITOR’S NOTE: Crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter can be powerful tools for customer development. In this guest post from Oliver Segovia, the…

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A customer development rig for non programmers using WordPress – Part 3

Phil Morle | April 14, 2014 | Customer Development, Startup Science | 3 Comments |

This part 3 of a series showing how powerful WordPress can be as a rig for customer development without coding….

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One Down, Three To Go

Sam Birmingham | April 10, 2014 | Startup Science | 0 Comments |

After being bed-ridden and missing the first two days of April, my #monthofcode promptly became #twentyeightdaysofcode. Now that is a mouthful,…

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Marketing is customer development

Bronwen Clune | April 7, 2014 | Customer Development, Startup Science | 0 Comments |

If you build a product and then think about marketing, you’re doing it wrong. Or, as Patrick Vlaskovitz from Superpowered…

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Series: Learning your customer. Customer development how-tos

Phil Morle | April 7, 2014 | Customer Development, Startup Science | 0 Comments |

Learning who your customer is and what they value is the obsession of a startup. Steve Blank and lean startup…

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Bringing product management to a scaling startup

Isaac Souweine | April 4, 2014 | Startup Science | 0 Comments |

Early stage startups don’t generally need a discrete product management function, a point I’ve made here. As startups scale, however,…

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A customer development rig for non programmers using WordPress – Part 2

Phil Morle | April 3, 2014 | Customer Development, Startup Science | 1 Comment |

This is part 2 of a series to show how WordPress can be a powerful base for customer development projects….

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Ready, Set, Code

Sam Birmingham | April 3, 2014 | Customer Development, Startup Science | 0 Comments |

My #monthofcode got off to a slow start, spending the first days of April sick in bed when I should…

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