This week’s articles address one mistake everyone makes on Twitter, explain David Cameron’s new start-up loan policy in the UK, reveal where the bulk of start-up funding is actually coming from, and discuss why one founder disagrees with the concept of “failing fast.”
The Number One Mistake Everybody Makes on Twitter – Gary Vaynerchuk, Slideshare
You spend a lot of time tweeting on behalf of your company – make this one mistake and it’s unlikely your followers will see your tweets.
Start-Up Loans: A Hand Up, Not a Hand Out – David Cameron, Linkedin
UK Prime Minister explains ‘Start-up Loans,’ a policy he launched last summer to fund new businesses.
Where Start-up Funding Really Comes From (Infographic) – Laura Entis, Entrepreneur
VCs and angel investors dominate headlines, but the bulk of funding actually comes from personal loans and credit.
Pinboard founder Maciej Ceglowski explains why he doesn’t buy the conventional Silicon Valley wisdom that start-ups should “fail fast.”