5 Most Important Things Startups Should Know about Social Media

Launching a startup is always hard, so you’ll need all the help you can get, both offline and online. In this increasingly digital era, if your company’s not on social media then you pretty much don’t exist, so building up your online presence should be one of the main goals in your growth strategy. 


10 Ways to Get a Million Pageviews a Month

In July 2015, Sam Kazemian, Mahbod Moghadam, Travis Moore, and Tedde Forselious started Everipedia, a modern age Wikipedia.


TechCrunch Disrupt Challenge: Can You Describe Your Startup in 140 Characters?

I attended TechCrunch Disrupt 2016 held in San Francisco and focused my time meeting startups that had a display on the floor. After, I would take a picture of them, include their company name or Twitter account, and described what they did. Interestingly enough, most startups had a difficult time describing what they did.


The Magic of Digitally Tidying Up: How to Clear Your Computer for Distraction-Free Focus

By the looks of his laptop, Robbert Van Els could be mistaken for a secret agent. His screen is an explosion of urgent files — a master control center for managing clandestine operatives. The man of mystery persona is typified by a side-sliding sports car winding through an onslaught of Word docs and Jpeg files. Just looking at his desktop can raise your blood pressure.


Startup Marketing 101 with Aaron Carpenter, CCO at Hubnami

In March, Startup Grind Fremont hosted Aaron Carpenter, the Chief Customer Officer at Hubnami, a social media management startup where he oversees all sales, marketing, and user experience efforts for the company. Aaron Carpenter joined Hubnami with 17 years of experience in digital marketing, e-commerce, site design, and sales, most recently as Vice President of Global Marketing at The North Face. Here are some valuable tips from Aaron Carpenter about effective marketing: