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Sites I Want to Revisit & Explore

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It's that time once again where we bring you a handful of links that inspired us this week. Today's theme: incremental actions drive larger change. As always, our goal is to bring you items-some thoughtful, some funny-to inspire you in your creating.

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Nimble

Nimble

Easily manage your contacts, calendars, communications, and social conversations with Nimble's social CRM. This is the most complete Social CRM I have seen yet, and with full integration with Google, Twitter, LinkedIn this is a dream come true. Take your social marketing to the next level by finding, engaging and tracking the right community on Twitter.

Lean Startup Canvas for Business Model Hypotheses Validation

http://www.jasoncronkhite.com Jason Cronkhite http://www.jasoncronkhite.com Jason Cronkhite http://twitter.com/DaveChurchville Dave Churchville http://artvankilmer.wordpress.com/ Arthur Klepchukov http://twitter.com/wonkeydonkey42 Dan Khan http://real-url.org/twitted.php?id=21198391307 Twitted by paolopetrelli http://www.raliaga.org/2010/08/16/last-week-links-20100809-to-20100815/ Last week links [2010/08/09 to 2010/08/15] - Raul Aliaga Diaz http://twitter.com/eriklarsson Erik Larsson http://twitter.com/eriklarsson Erik Larsson http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/CT3VYTJ4JQSUIJTBHJBUAID3DI alex http://www.ashmaurya.com/2010/08/usercycle/ New Product: USERcycle - a better way to track and engage your customers http://twitter.com/wonkeydonkey42 Dan Khan http://twitter.com/jmagnuss Jeff Magnusson http://www.instigatorblog.com/balancing-your-idea-and-feedback/2010/09/14/ How to Balance Between Loving Your Startup Idea and Taking Feedback http://www.ashmaurya.com/2010/09/lean-startup-is-a-rigorous-process/ Lean Startup is a Rigorous Process http://www.startable.com/2010/09/21/better-than-a-business-plan/ Better than a business plan | Startable - Healy Jones' & Prasad Thammineni's Blog http://www.instigatorblog.com/paying-yourself-is-not-a-reason-to-raise-early-stage-funding/2010/09/22/ Paying Yourself Is Not a Reason to Raise Early Stage Funding http://www.facebook.com/people/Andrew-Deal/556517321 Andrew Deal https://confluence.spreadd.com/display/BIZ/Business+Model Confluence: Business Model http://www.brenobarros.net/2011/01/modelo-de-negocio-versus-plano-de-negocio/ Modelo de Negócio versus Plano de Negócio http://www.marsdd.com/blog/2011/03/10/lean-start-up-a-method-and-a-model-not-a-mantra Lean start-up: A method and a model not a mantra - MaRS: Building Canada's next generation of growth companies http://riccentre.com/blog/?p=4146 Lean start-up: Not a mantra | RIC Centre Blog http://riccentre.wordpress.com/2011/03/16/lean-start-up-not-a-mantra/ Lean start-up: Not a mantra " The RIC Blog http://www.quora.com/What-tips-or-websites-I-can-check-out-to-help-guide-me-in-writing-out-a-business-plan#ans498635 What tips or websites I can check out to help guide me in writing out a business plan?

The Startup Toolkit Blog - Tools and guidance for confused founders

I've noticed myself become increasingly conservative in evaluating early-stage ideas. You can do the math yourself, dividing burn rate by price point and judging whether it's plausible to sell enough copies and reach profitability before bankruptcy. If that equation goes red, what do you do? Radically overhaul the pricing model?

Beware of the social ideas

Last time I wrote about how to start your startup in 4 steps, and the first step I mention is to “Have an idea”. This can mean becoming serious about an idea you’ve had in the back of your mind, or it could mean experimenting with ways to have more ideas.

Real Unfair Advantages | A Smart Bear

This is Part 2 of the series: 5 lessons from 150 startup pitches. About twenty people on Answers OnStartups have asked this question in one form or another: When I meet an angel investor, he may ask: "What if a big company copies your idea and develops the same website as yours after your website goes public?"

Co-Creation & Collective Intelligence: What is co-creation?

Co-creation is a business philosophy   and s trategy aimed at putting the customer at the heart of the company, mainly in the product development . Specifically, companies behind the co-creation emphasize the generation and ongoing realization of mutual firm-customer value. Co-creation allows and encourages a more active involvement from the customer to create a value rich experience .

Digital Influence Mapping Project

No, it's really not about gaming. It's about good old behavioral economics using game mechanics. PFSK recently ran a series profiling how different organizations were using points, leaderboards and social proof to drive behavior change. They have sunk a fair amount of energy into reviewing the use of game mechanics in groups like RecycleBank, LetGive, Stickk and SuMo .

Steal Like An Artist, a book by Austin Kleon

"Brilliant and real and true." -Rosanne Cash "Filled with well-formed advice that applies to nearly any kind of work." -Lifehacker.com "Beautiful."

NirAndFar Blog

NOTE: This post originally appeared in Techcrunch--- - In the age of infinite online distractions, successful web businesses must generate new user habits to stay relevant. - The strength of a web company's user habits will increasingly equate to its economic value. - Forming strong user habits is more important than viral growth.

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