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    The Checkout as a Territory (thegeneralist.substack.com)

    Hey everyone, It was a fun week. The S-1 Club launched on Product Hunt, reaching the #2 spot for the day. Thank you to everyone who helped make it such a success. It means a lot. As it turns out, it was fitting timing. More S-1s dropped this week, with Affirm and Roblox joining Airbnb and DoorDash in charging toward IPO. We’ve assembled some great teams and will cover all four. Stay tuned.

    34 Points
  • Hunting Knowledge with Eric Jorgenson (superorganizers.substack.com)

    Curating information is simple. Curating wisdom, not so much. That’s what Eric Jorgenson, the author of ‘The Almanack of Naval Ravikant,’ has done. And that’s not even the fascinating part. How he does it, using nothing but Google Docs, is. When you know where you are going, you don’t need fancy tools to stay organized. Otherwise, how else would you know what to do with a CSV dump of 20,000 Naval tweets?

    24 Points
  • LinkedIn’s Alternate Universe (every.to)

    Question: Name a place on the Internet where adults behave like teenagers, copy-paste nonsense, and get a ridiculous amount of engagement? Answer: LinkedIn. The absurdity that haunts this once-popular professional networking platform is no joke. Howeever, Fadeke Adegbuyi, delivers some poignant observations with humor.

    23 Points
  • Scrappy MarTech #8: Measuring Twitter (www.revgabba.com)

    Superpowers for Growth Marketers. Twitter is a critical tool for audience growth, engagement, & conversions. In this issue:
    – Discover ilo.so, the no-code tool for better twitter analytics.
    – How to find what tweets are driving traffic.
    – Learn the Twitter metrics that matter.

    21 Points
  • Infobesity: the splendour and misery of curation overload (maried.substack.com)

    Content overload, “FOMO”, in order to manage the plethora of data flowing across the web and not miss any of it, curation has emerged as a miracle solution. But are we actually good curators? Have we created the right tools, the right processes? And above all, what are we doing to make our curation actionable?

    26 Points
  • Coloring Outside the Lines (jerrylu.substack.com)

    COLORSxSTUDIOS is reinventing how artists are discovered and music is consumed. It’s a YouTube channel (sorry TikTok) that has become influential for its musical fusion of culture, art, and fashion. Jerry Lu discusses how COLORSxSTUDIOS has taken the music world by storm, what makes it tick and how its value proposition is bringing artists […]

    20 Points
  • The Disappearing Bank (thegeneralist.substack.com)

    Brief: Banks are increasingly replaceable. “Embedded finance” makes it easy to deliver financial services in context. Over time, that may result in money gravitating towards influencer-run financial institutions. This could have significant ramifications for how society manages its surplus.

    25 Points
  • Conquer Copywriting – Scrappy MarTech #10 (www.revgabba.com)

    Copywriting can make or break your marketing campaign. This issue of Scrappy MarTech: Discover no-code AI tools to help with copywriting. Build your own swipe file in Notion. Best tips for writing Google Ad copy. Ethical copywriting. One strange grammar rule you use but don’t know it.

    19 Points
  • Stop Your Email Marketing from Going Wrong- Scrappy MarTech #12 (www.revgabba.com)

    Stop Your Email Marketing from Going Wrong. Email Marketing is a go-to tool for growth marketers, but what a disaster when it goes wrong! For nurturing leads, guiding a prospect through the sales process, or onboarding, your emails will make or break your results. Let’s look at some tools & tips to help stop your email marketing from going wrong.

    18 Points
  • Lead Magnets Tools & Tips – Scrappy MarTech #13 (www.revgabba.com)

    Tools and tips for Lead Magnets. Lead magnets are an incredibly effective way to attract potential customers to your website. You provide something of value – a white paper, results from a calculator or quiz, a research report – and in return, you get contact information.

    18 Points
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