Our 5 Favorite Startup Digest Reading List Articles From Last Week

1. 10 most promising products unveiled at CES 2016

By Brad Reed

Digest: Mobile
Curator: Edith Yeung

LG’s wild rollable display does look pretty cool 🙂 Read More

More from this reading list: http://eepurl.com/bMgb2z


2. My Complicated Relationship with No Longer Being CEO

By Rand Fishkin

Digest: Leadership & Resiliency
Curator: Sarah Jane Coffey

In an open and vulnerable post, Rand Fishkin details his experiences after stepping down as a CEO of MOZ, a company he founded. Read More

More from this reading list: http://eepurl.com/bMfx2j


3. Page views don’t matter anymore – but they just won’t die

By Julia Greenberg

Digest: Product
Curators: Sophie-Charlotte Moatti & Reza Ladchartabi

Article by Wired about why page views are not the crown jewel of metrics anymore. Read More

More from this reading list: http://eepurl.com/bMfg29


4. How one Japanese startup tackles urban parking woes using smart poles

By Yukari Mitsuhashi

Digest: Mobility & Transportation
Curator: Timo Hoffmann

Parking is currently again a trending topic for transportation. Most experts agree that managed and paid parking needs to become more prevalent especially in urban areas where more and more public space needs to be allocated to other modes of transport in order to fulfill sustainability goals, emission targets and the new generation’s mobility behavior. This article highlights a solution from Japan. Read More

More from this reading list: http://eepurl.com/bMeIu5


5. How to Get a Free Facebook Ad Coupon

By Marc Prosser

Digest: Small Business
Curator: Marc Prosser

Can you get free advertising on Facebook? What about Google, or Bing-Yahoo? As of 2016, the answer is “sorta” yes. All the companies above want to encourage new companies to start advertising and, from time to time, run promotional campaigns which offer free advertising credits. Google and Bing-Yahoo make these coupons readily available, although Facebook is far less predictable, and it’s unlikely you’ll be able to pick up a completely free Facebook ad coupon. Read More

More from this reading list: http://eepurl.com/bMf1pv


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