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Facebook's Big Freemium Funnel Helps Spotify Et Al Find The Pay In Free

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In the land of the freemium, how much free is enough to convince users to pay? In the latest refinement to its market strategy, Spotify in many countries is now abolishing a five-free-plays-per-track limit it introduced last year. The limit was implemented along with a 10-hours-per-month free listening cap...
Facebook's Big Freemium Funnel Helps Spotify Et Al Find The Pay In Free
The plight of the non-technical founder: How to earn a hacker of your own
Exec, The Mobile App For Errands, Adds Messaging (Oh, And Sam Altman Led Their Round)

Social Deals With Less Pain, More Gain

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For businesses that have tapped into social media to find more customers and instead have found a lot of pain, a new twist on an old business concept may bring them what they really need for social media deals: control. The concept is known as yield management, something already familiar...
Social Deals With Less Pain, More Gain

Zulily starts national TV ad campaign, looking to boost mom members

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Millions of moms across the country receive the daily email alerts from Zulily each day, tuning in to get discounts on everything from kids’ clothes to toys to furnishings. But the fast-growing Seattle startup, now with more than 10 million members, still doesn’t think enough people have heard of it....
Zulily starts national TV ad campaign, looking to boost mom members

Entrepreneurs With 'Founder's Disease' Will Make Any Investor Run Away

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Awhile back, a pair of entrepreneurs--I'll call them Jen and Jeff--approached me seeking advice on launching their new business. They were looking for help in formulating their go-to-market strategy, tightening up their business plan, and figuring out how much capital they'd need to raise and how to raise it. So I...
Entrepreneurs With 'Founder's Disease' Will Make Any Investor Run Away

Broquets: 'We'll Sell Them Buckets of Barbecue Sauce and Wrap It In Fish Net'

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It has been called to our attention that there is a company selling something called Broquets on the Internet, basically, gift baskets for the meat-eating, Axe cologne-wearing man your life, a business concept so slight it never could have existed before the Internet. But it does! And we’d like to...
Broquets: 'We'll Sell Them Buckets of Barbecue Sauce and Wrap It In Fish Net'
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