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Startup Blogs I Love

Here’s who I’ve got in my RSS reader, because they rock and I learn a lot from them.

Maple Butter
is about the startup industry in Canada, and they’ve got amazing resources and posts like this one:

http://maplebutter.com/189-of-my-most-popular-startup-answers-on-sprouter-com/

http://maplebutter.com/falling-out-of-love-w-my-company/

On Startups is an excellent blog by Hubspot’s founder Dharmesh Shah. I’m not personally a big fan of Hubspot … but Dharmesh is a great teacher and obviously very successful entrepreneur.

Recently he’s had more and more guest posts, including some great items:
http://onstartups.com/tabid/3339/bid/88227/How-Much-Should-A-Startup-Founder-CEO-Pay-Herself.aspx

http://onstartups.com/tabid/3339/bid/87711/6-Tips-To-Rapidly-Raise-Funding-on-Angel-List.aspx

http://onstartups.com/tabid/3339/bid/86685/Shorter-Flights-at-Lower-Heights-The-Right-Way-To-Angel-Invest.aspx

Instigator Blog – Ben Yoskowitz has recently focused his Instigator Blog on the startup world, whereas he used to blog more about internet marketing and so forth. Either way, he’s savvy and a good teach.
Check out this essential piece on measuring the right metric:

http://www.instigatorblog.com/how-many-metrics/2012/08/14/

And this on why Ben blogs

http://www.instigatorblog.com/why-i-blog/2012/07/18/

On a related note, see Ben and his friend Alistair’s great new blog post on key metrics for various startup business models.

TechAviv is focused on the startup scene in Israel, and notably has this useful list of Founders and Investors:
http://www.techaviv.com/members/

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