The Insider: Startup Lessons

3 Tips for Building a Stronger Network

It's always a good time to have a strong network.

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5 Things to Look for in an Online Customer Support Platform

Call centers are quickly being replaced by online customer support. But can you really outsource customer service?

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Is Startup Life Turning You Into a Zombie? 4 Tips to Get Healthy

Is your startup making you look like a "Walking Dead" extra? Here are 4 quick tips to get your body -- and your mind -- back to normal.

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5 Typical Business Mistakes to Avoid

There's no way to be prepared for everything that a business will throw at you (good or bad) in the beginning stages. But with these tips, you'll be one step ahead.

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Four Rules Every Female Entrepreneur Should Follow

We already know that women can be as successful in business (if not more) than men. It's time to show it -- in both salary and confidence.

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4 Tech Investments Your Startup Should Splurge On Early

Cutting costs can be great, but knowing what to spend on is essential -- especially when it comes to top-of-the-line technology for your startup.

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5 Reasons to Start a Business in College

College can be the perfect time to start your own company. Justin Beck gives five reasons why his own college years were the perfect incubator.

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How to Get Anyone's Attention via Email

Shaz Amin offers a three-step plan for getting attention from anyone -- billionaires included.

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9 Twitter Accounts Aspiring Entrepreneurs Should Follow

These nine entrepreneurs owe a portion of their success to the Twitter accounts that first inspired them to become self-employed.

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Why You Shouldn't Learn to Code for Your Startup

Eric Bahn suggests that maybe -- just maybe -- learning to code isn't the solution to launching a tech company.

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How to Measure the Potential of Your Startup Idea

Before you create your company, project how large your target market really is by getting your idea in front of actual customers.

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How Your Youth Can Be Your Biggest Business Asset of All

One of the hardest parts of being a young entrepreneur is getting people to take you seriously. Kiip founder Brian Wong shares 3 tips for turning your youth into a business advantage.

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5 Tips for Succeeding in an Emerging Industry

Are you starting up in an industry that's not clearly defined yet? The CEO of The1stMovement, Ming Chen, shares 5 key steps to succeed.

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Can You Really Make Money Doing What You Love? 5 Lessons

Matt Wilson started Under30CEO while digging ditches for $15/hour. Was it easy? No. But it was worth it.

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YEC Member Spotlight: Alex Schiff, Founder and CEO, Fetchnotes

Alex Schiff, founder of productivity app Fetchnotes, shares his favorite startup advice and cash-flow tips with our editors.

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YEC Member Spotlight: Web Smith, Co-Founder of Mizzen+Main

Gary Vaynerchuk taught Web Smith two key lessons: one interaction can change your trajectory, so take it seriously -- and give before you ask.

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YEC Member Spotlight: Brad von Bank, Co-Founder, Rêve Consulting + Rêve Academy

Entrepreneur Brad von Bank puts mission and values above all else in both his for-profit and nonprofit work.

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YEC Member Spotlight: Ryan Buckley, Co-Founder & COO, Scripted.com

Scripted.com co-founder Ryan Buckley shares the key pivot he and his team made early on that now defines his startup's mission.

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My Favorite Startup Wisdom Came From Critics

Criticism can be even more motivating to startup founders than unhelpful "advice" from well-meaning sources.

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YEC Member Spotlight: Jess Butcher, CMO & Co-Founder, Blippar

Blippar co-founder and CMO Jess Butcher shares her top startup lessons for aspiring entrepreneurs.

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