Videos

Lean Marketing: Don’t Believe Your Own Press Releases

Ross Kimbarovsky | March 30th, 2011

There are many ways to distribute press releases for free or for only a few dollars. Among the many alternatives, you can use PRLog, or if you’re looking for deeper social media integration, PressDoc is a good alternative. When you have some great news to share – a new product or service or an important […]

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Lean Marketing: Five Cheap Ways To Market Your Startup

Ross Kimbarovsky | March 28th, 2011

Every startup wants to get attention for their product or service. But it’s not easy for a young company to get attention, and can often be very expensive. In this short video, I offer five suggestions to help you get attention for your startup. Do you have other suggestions of ways startups can get attention […]

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What It’s Like To Be An Entrepreneur – Howard Tullman

Ross Kimbarovsky | March 20th, 2011

We’re thrilled to be part of a new web/TV reality series – Trep Life – giving audiences a unique, 360-degree view of what it takes to succeed as an entrepreneur. Each episode will focus on one company or organization. The first episode was about our friends Matt Maloney and Mike Evans from Grub Hub – […]

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What It’s Like To Be An Entrepreneur – Lara Miller

Ross Kimbarovsky | March 9th, 2011

We’re thrilled to be part of a new web/TV reality series – Trep Life – giving audiences a unique, 360-degree view of what it takes to succeed as an entrepreneur. Each episode will focus on one company or organization. The first episode was about our friends Matt Maloney and Mike Evans from Grub Hub – […]

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What It’s Like To Be An Entrepreneur

Ross Kimbarovsky | March 2nd, 2011

We’re thrilled to be part of a new web/TV reality series – Trep Life – giving audiences a unique, 360-degree view of what it takes to succeed as an entrepreneur. Each episode will focus on one company or organization. The first episode is about our friends Matt Maloney and Mike Evans at Grub Hub – […]

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crowdSPRING on Good Morning America

Ross Kimbarovsky | February 17th, 2011

Last year in our 12 Questions interview series, we profiled Tiffany Reed, a single mom living in Virginia and working as a graphic designer on crowdSPRING. This past week, Tiffany’s design work on crowdSPRING was covered by Good Morning America (America’s most popular morning show) on their national television show and an accompanying article – […]

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Reeses Pieces, E.T. and Product Placement in Movies

Ross Kimbarovsky | January 11th, 2011

We are bombarded by advertising from television, radio, online, mail, email, billboards, magazines, buses, and newspapers. Increasingly, we’re also seeing product placements in television shows, video games, and in movies. Product placement is a form of marketing where branded goods or services are placed into a story line of a television show, movie, or other […]

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David Carson, Spec Work, and Hypocrisy

Ross Kimbarovsky | January 5th, 2011

The About page of Carson Mag, a new bi-monthly magazine, says the following about David Carson: Creative Director David Carson has won over 170 awards for his work in graphic design, had numerous one man exhibitions of his work worldwide, and has been called the “Art Director of the Era” by Creative Review London. USA […]

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7 Billion People

Ross Kimbarovsky | December 31st, 2010

As we close out 2010, we reached another important milestone at crowdSPRING – more than 80,000 designers and writers (from 185+ countries) now work on crowdSPRING. We’re proud of our community but humbled to know that 80,000 is small when compared to the population of the world – expected to exceed 7 billion people in […]

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Business plans for entrepreneurs – Part III: refinement

Mike | December 13th, 2010

In this installment of my posts for entrepreneurs about creating business plans I discuss the second of the “3-Rs,” Refinement. Iteration of your idea is critically important and I share some thoughts about this process and some ideas on how you can strengthen your own plan with a few simple techniques. Let me know what […]

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