Category: Scale

Long time no see! + it is now!

Hey there, I haven’t written here for more than a year – maybe almost two years? I’m just coming back

An Innovative Way To Get Bought: Make Your Company “Annoying” Enough

Here’s a tactic that I’ve seen going on around — and you’ve known an example I’ll list. Making yourself “annoying”

Why (And When) You Should Not Make Your Product/Website The Prettiest

You can try and make your company’s website fancy, along with its’ whole brand, the visual direction, the logo and

Not All Audiences Of Users Are Equal

The biggest number of possible users is not what you need. At least not all the time. Yes, Facebook, Instagram,

Infinite Scale, Massive Profitability — Who’s Going To Be Next?

Last decade’s big winner in terms of a system that scales infinitely and is as profitable as possible was Google.

How To Find Yourself In A Position Where Big Corporations Bid For Your Company

I’ll bring up today a legend from the lore of the tech industry — if not, the most famous one.

You Will Want To Grow Things Slowly — Whether It’s A Company Or Your Body

You want to grow things slowly. People want to attain their ideal body after 3 months of going gym. Or

Once You Get Funded, Are You Expanding Or Perfecting Your Product?

This is an interesting vulnerability when it comes to raising funds. I’ve mentioned the other day how once your idea

The Battle For Collaboration Tools (Or Extensions)

Dropbox changed their direction (or at least their offering) a couple of months ago — they’re going more into team

Once Your Idea Is Funded, You’re Exposing Yourself

If you’re receiving big amounts of funding, you have a responsibility to expand into as many markets as possible ASAP.

What You Need To Keep In Mind When Building An Elegant Solution

You don’t need to make it as complicated as possible. Yes, sometimes problems are complicated — and they need complex

“Yes But If Google Notices Your Company, They Will Simply Beat You To It” – No

“Yes, very cool idea. But if Google/Microsoft or (insert any other big company’s name here) see that you’re doing well,