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10 Marketing Lessons for Early-Stage Tech Startups

Over at Both Sides of the Table, Mark Suster shares his lessons-learned at his own startup, in hopes to help others avoid his mistakes. Advice includes “don’t believe the hype” and “It’s a marathon, not a sprint” read on for the rest and add yours in the comments below.

LinkedIn #1 for Journalists?

Beyond the Hype shared an interesting graphic based on a survey published by Arketi Group, which breaks down the various social media accounts journalists have. LinkedIn ranked number one with 92 percent and Facebook came in at a close second with 85%. Keep reading to learn what this actually means.

Trade Shows

This week, Tech PR Review discussed pay-to-play trade show opportunities. You’ve heard of sponsorships to secure speaking opportunities, but as this blog post points out, trade shows are now charging for media lists. This newer twist will certainly factor in which shows clients attend. What do you think – should companies pay the extra money for the coveted media list?

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