TOOLS

Tools we love and think will benefit your startup growth. We take a look at some of the most common tools used by startups around the world and give you an honest feedback on what we think.

Siftery - Tools For Startups

Tools For Startup Founders: Siftery

Summary: Siftery is an online database that helps business owners, sales teams and startup founders understanding what technologies are used in specific companies. What Is It?  This...
Crunchbase - Tools For Startups

Tools For Startup Founders: CrunchBase

Summary: CrunchBase is the largest online database available to discover industry trends, investments, and news from startups to the Fortune 1000 companies. Startup founders can...
LinkedIn - Tools For Startups

Tools For Startup Founders: LinkedIn

Summary: LinkedIn is the largest professional networking website available globally. It allows startup founders not only to connect with other like-minded people but also to...
SUMO - Tools For Startups - MyStartupLand

Tools For Startup Founders: SUMO

Summary: SUMO is one of the most commonly used tools on websites. It can help startup founders in generating more traffic, email signups, shares and...

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B2B And B2C Sales Strategies Differences - MyStartupLand

The Ultimate List Of B2B And B2C Sales Strategies Differences

One of the most important aspects of a sales manager role is to define an on-target sales strategy. Your B2B/B2C strategy is a make...

[INFOGRAPHIC] An Introduction To Social Media Customer Care

Previously, there were three main types of customer care that customers could use if they were not physically in a store. These methods were...
Control Stress Factors In Startups - MyStartupLand

How To Control Stress Factors At Your Startup In 2017

Work is one of the primary causes of stress in most people, and stress levels can be particularly high in startups. This may be...
Ultimate Investor Blogs List- MyStartupLand

The Ultimate Investor Blogs List To Follow Today

The ultimate investor blogs list to follow is a collection of top VCs and angel investors blogs every startup founder should read. As a startup...