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Gabriel's top posts on getting traction for your startup.
 
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MashReads Podcast
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Mashable's weekly podcast where we talk about what we're reading and what's happening in the book world. Hosted by: MJ Franklin, Aliza Weinberger and Peter Allen Clark.
 
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'80s All Over
Monthly+
 
Scott Weinberg and Drew McWeeny have set out to review every major film of the '80s, month by month, on a new bi-weekly podcast that aims to erase the nostalgia that so often clouds any real conversation about the decade's movies.
 
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Within Your Ken
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Podcast by Ken Weinberg
 
This podcast is to help you use the art and science of storytelling to help you be more effective in your sales role. What you’ll hear will come from two primary sources. Most will be stories that come from interviews I conducted with professional sales and procurement managers from over 50 companies around the world, including: Microsoft, Costco, Xerox, Abercrombie & Fitch, Hewlett Packard, Kroger, Cushman & Wakefield, Huntington Bank, Ghirardelli Chocolates, Amway, and Children’s Hospital, ...
 
Daily Divrei Halacha from Kemp Mill Synagogue's Rabbi Brahm Weinberg. These podcasts are generously sponsored by a very modest KMS member.
 
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MicMacChoice0906
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A 1-hour programme featuring this month's best reviewed CDs on www.micmacmusic.com
 
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KMS Daily Rashi
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Daily Rashi from Kemp Mill Synagogue's Rabbi Brahm Weinberg. One Rashi a day on the parsha of that week. These podcasts are generously sponsored by a very modest KMS member.
 
Get the inside track on Divorce - Child Custody - Alimony - Child Support - Restraining Orders and Domestic Violence - Adoption - and Family Law in New Jersey. Safeguard yourself and your kids: get tips and strategies about divorce, child custody, alimony, domestic violence, LGBT family law, adultery, child support, adoption, and more in these Divorce and Family Law Jersey Style podcasts, brought to you by Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group.
 
Welcome to the Grief & Rebirth Podcast. We're your hosts - Stephanie Barnhart, along with Author and Trauma Survivor Irene Weinberg. We’re here to encourage you wherever you are on your healing journey. In each episode, we will chat with incredible grief and trauma specialists, healers, mediums, and celebs as well as remarkable people who have inspiring healing stories to share. If you’re looking for a podcast that’s both uplifting and inspiring, you’ve found us. Let us help you find your jo ...
 
Daily Divrei Mitzva from Rabbi Brahm Weinberg of Kemp Mill Synagogue. These podcasts are generously sponsored by a very modest KMS member.
 
Everyman experts Theo Broxson, Kim Varela-Broxson, and Max Weinberg present High and Outside, a baseball podcast for analysis, fantasy advice, and plenty of banter.
 
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Kedushas Levi (43) - Behaalosecha [Part II of II] 5778 - A Nation of Prophets and The Only Gift Worth Giving - May 29, 2018 -
 
Kedushas Levi (42) - Behaalosecha [Part I of II] 5778 - Lifting Fallen Sparks, Equal Love and a Taste of the Future - May 27, 2018 -
 
Shavuos 5778 - Reaping the Rewards of Emunah: A Creative Resolution to a Cryptic Midrash - May 25, 2018 - ספר בריכות המעין על חמש מגילות - רות עמ' צה-צח
 
Kedushas Levi (41) - Nasso 5778 - Purposeful Punishment, Influencing Hands and Elevating Others - May 23, 2018 -
 
Pirkei Avos (6) / Shavuos 5778 - A Tale of Two Bags: Is Judaism Meant to Be Difficult? - May 17, 2018 - Is living a life of Torah meant to be pleasant and energizing or is it tiring albeit meaningful?
 
Shavuos 5778 - The Day the Earth Came First: Rav Shlomo Yosef Zevin zt"l on Kabbalas Hatorah - May 16, 2018 - לתורה ולמועדים (new edition) - Shavuos pg 429-432
 
Kedushas Levi (40) - Bamidbar 5778 - Displaying Our Pure Lineage and Moral Character to the World - May 16, 2018 -
 
Shavuos 5778 - Accepting the Torah, Accepting Hashem's Will, Accepting Ourselves [Bergenfield Women's Shiur] - May 14, 2018 - Based in part on Rav Avraham Tzvi Kluger's אותך אבקש on Shavuos pg 146-148
 
Shavuos 5778 - נשמע ונעשה ונשמע: The Beis Halevi's Introduction to his Drashos - May 15, 2018 -
 
Shavuos 5778 - Shavuos with the Tolna Rebbe Shlita - אין לתורה אלא מקומה ושעתה: The Importance of Missing the Big Picture - May 14, 2018 - בוצינא דאורייתא - Maamar #2, pg 66-72
 
The other day I gave a presentation with Steve Welch on the use of social media in politics. Steve was was walking through (live) the process of creating a Facebook ad. He started targeting the ad by location and interest, and the number of potential people he was reaching began decreasing on screen (Facebook tells you dynamically).…
 
DuckDuckGo was named one of TIME’s 50 Best Websites of 2011. I thought other startups might want to know how this awesome inclusion came to be. I’m sure each story is slightly different, but here is one data point for you.By support+itunes@castify.co (Castify LLC).
 
When you’re serious about engineering a viral loop, you meticulously measure each loop component, and the overall k-factor. A factor greater than one means you are in exponential growth territory. However, you can see exponential growth with an average k-factor less than one. I’ve seen it happen several times now, e.g.…
 
Another often overlooked viral loop concept is cycle time. That’s the average time it takes to complete one loop, e.g. the cycle from sending out an invite to the person who was invited sending out an invite. In other words, Viral cycle time is the wavelength of viral loops.By support+itunes@castify.co (Castify LLC).
 
The second major thing I’ve learned from interviewing people on getting traction is that initial traction can happen in a lot of different ways, often unpredictably. (The first thing was that entrepreneurs usually have movement ideas even though they often think they have powder keg or empire ideas.)…
 
In my first startup, I generally had analysis paralysis. I moved slowly, and hardly ever reacted to things in real time. I strictly adhered to what I thought was critical path. I didn’t realize that by doing so I was probably passing by countless micro opportunities that could help my startup get traction.…
 
I watched Moneyball last night and saw a lot of parallels to startup land, but tying them all together was the notion of competing effectively by changing the game. In the (true) story the Oakland A’s competed against big money teams by leveraging undervalued players to achieve real world gains (focusing on runs instead of wins, though which of ...…
 
There was a great post last week by Blake Jennelle that said you should pivot if your startup feels that you are constantly fighting an uphill battle. The premise is that if you have a really good idea+execution you’ll get product/market fit, and “gravity” will do the rest.By support+itunes@castify.co (Castify LLC).
 
When you’re just starting out, a lot of things can move the needle. That’s why I think the right approach to getting initial traction is to intelligently try a bunch of traction verticals, see what looks promising, and focus there. When I first launched DuckDuckGo, I showed up at a local Philly startup event and pitched it.…
 
Many entrepreneurs think they are building an empire or sparking a powder keg, when they are really trying to start a movement. I think beginning with the wrong expectation will greatly increase your chances of failure. You need to be prepared for the movement lifestyle.By support+itunes@castify.co (Castify LLC).
 
If you ask an angel investor what they look for in a company, they’ll usually rattle off a list of things that describe the ideal angel investment: huge market, great team, superior product, sustainable competitive advantage, etc. Trouble is, even if your startup has those things (and most don’t), you still have to convince each investor.…
 
Most startups don’t fail at building a product. They fail at acquiring customers. The biggest mistakes I see over and over again when startups try to get traction are as follows (in order of importance). They don’t pursue traction in parallel with product development. The benefits of parallel customer acquisition cannot be understated.…
 
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