ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: What I learned in 406 days at a Tech Startup, Tumblr: Jessica Bennett at TEDxPoynterInstitute

ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: What I learned in 406 days at a Tech Startup, Tumblr: Jessica Bennett at TEDxPoynterInstitute

Here’s Great Tip: What I learned in 406 days at a Tech Startup, Tumblr: Jessica Bennett at TEDxPoynterInstitute


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12 Replies to “ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: What I learned in 406 days at a Tech Startup, Tumblr: Jessica Bennett at TEDxPoynterInstitute”

  1. 1. What is Tumblr
    2. You advertise Tumblr by telling us how you advertise Tumblr
    3. I don't care about American services anymore, thank your NSA
    4. Greetings from the United States of Europe

  2. Except maybe that i'm a woman? and that i'm a feminist? There's a difference between free speech (you know that thing you call "what's on your mind kinda presentation" yeah?) and running your mouth. You should read about criticism and dialogue. Seems like you know nothing about anything. But I forgive you.

  3. Her story is interesting and relatable. But represents the over-gif'ing of America, I hate Tumblr; then again, I'm no longer 20. As a Marketer, I can see the value of the demographic it brings. Yep- the ROI.

  4. just so u know this is not a formal/business presentation. it is almost like a say what's on your mind kinda presentation. besides you should read about women and how think and act. seems like u know nothing about women.

  5. (Sigh) Such a classic millennial character study. "What we did was SO COOL!; wait, we need to bring in revenue???" Yeah, ya do. Pursuits that are amazing but are also non-value creating (and MOST of the time value means profit) aren't jobs. They're hobbies. Capitalism is a cruel and unforgiving mistress, whether you're successful or not.

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