StartupDigest Reading List – June 24, 2011by StartupDigest on June 25, 2011
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Welcome back to the StartupDigest Reading List, the members-only guide to what you need to read in the startup world every week.
This week we included a presentation, a video, and 3 articles. Trying to mix things up a bit this week :)
On to this week’s reading list!
What You Need to Read This Week
Presentation: So you want to do a startup, eh?
By Tara Hunt
Startups are really, really hard.
Video: The Anatomy of a Fundable Startup
by Naval Ravikant
This is especially useful for startups outside of Silicon Valley and New York City.
How to value your company for sale
By Jason Cohen
Multiples of revenue is only one way a potential acquirer would evaluate your company and it’s typically not the most common.
How do you act on all that product feedback?
By Gabriel Weinberg
Small changes can have a huge effect on your product experience.
The day after you get funded
By Tawheed Kader
This is a good reminder that, after you get funded, your worries don’t disappear. It’s time to buckle down so you can make it rain.