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Facebook's demise has been predicted several times and they were about to be true.
over 2 years ago | From http://nytimes.com | Author: @fmanjoo
Every few years, a strange affliction breaks out in Silicon Valley. The disease, Facebook Second Guessing Syndrome, has as its worst symptom an embarrassing tendency to predict an early peak for the fortunes of the world’s largest social network.
Added about 10 hours ago | As appeared first on Medium | Author: Steve Bryant
A brand does not want attention. A brand wants revenue. A brand acquires revenue by selling its product. But in order to sell its product for revenue, the brand must first get people to pay attention to that product. So every brand needs to be in the business of getting attention whether they... ...Read more
Added about 10 hours ago | As appeared first on Y Combinator | Author: Aaron Harris
A few months ago, I was talking to a startup about how individual customers wanted them to do different things. They felt trapped, because, on the one hand, they were intentionally doing things that didn’t scale. On the other, they found that meeting the varied expectations of their customers mea... ...Read more
Added about 10 hours ago | As appeared first on Medium | Author: Nir Eyal
Meditation, like any healthy habit, takes repetition to stick. But while the folks behind Calm, a meditation and mindfulness app, knew their product’s core value was helping people to learn and build a meditation practice — initially they didn’t put too much thought into the practice part of it a... ...Read more
Added 1 day ago | As appeared first on Medium | Author: Justin Jackson
Identifying a “need” isn’t enough: People need to lose weight for their long-term health, but most don’t. (In the USA, over 68% of adults are overweight or obese). People need to switch to environmental transportation options to reduce air pollution, but most don’t. (Fuel emissions from private... ...Read more
Added 1 day ago | As appeared first on Prototypr | Author: Sophie Riwaters
Having a web shop that drives traffic is one thing. Nothing really special about it. It’s basically opening a store in a crowded part of the town. You fire up your marketing and people start visiting you. How neat is that? Too bad if they do a 180° turn and leave without any indication of inter... ...Read more
Added 1 day ago | As appeared first on Medium | Author: George Brooks
1. Are you eating? These are simple questions. But they get at the heart of the basic needs of a human. Food, drink, shelter, sleep, and oxygen. To be fair, the likely answer to these questions will be yes, but they get at the underlying grinding nature the challenge in starting or running a com... ...Read more
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