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The 50 Best Startup Resources

This is a collection of books, videos and blog posts related to startups:

Book: Four Steps to the Epiphany by Steve Blank

Book: Do More Faster by Brad Feld and David Cohen

Slides: Startup Metrics for Pirates by Dave McClure

Essay: Cult Creation: Powerset Talent Acquisition by Steve Newcomb

Slides: Data Driven Startup by David Cancel

Book: Inbound Marketing by the Hubspot crew

Book: Rework by 37 Signals (haven’t read it, heard it’s good)

Blog: SaaS Metrics by David Skok

Book: Deliver Happiness by Tony Hsieh

Book: Founders at Work by Jessica Livingston

Essays: Paul Graham Essays by PG (read them all)

Blog: Invest in Lines, Not Dots by Mark Suster

Videos: Customer Development by Steve Blank

Video: Don’t do a Fucking Startup by Dave McClure

Video: Trial, Error and the God Complex by Tim Hartford (not too related)

Blog: 11 Lessons of a Startup Noob by Justin Seeley

Blog: So You Wanna Raise Some Money by Micah Baldwin

Blog: Simple is Marketable by Andrew Chen

Guide: SEO Moz Beginners Guide by SEO moz

Blog/Slides: The Anatomy of an (Un)fundable Startup by VentureHacks

List: Startup Tools by Many Contributors

Blog: Managing Your Own Psychology by Ben Horowitz

Blog: Angels vs. VC by Marc Andreessen

Blog: Don’t Compete on Features by Andrew Chen

Blog: Lean Startup Tools by Startup North

List: 20 Blogs Every Entrepreneur Should Read by BI

Blog: How to Build a Startup Lean Launchpad Edition by Steve Blank

Blog: How to make a Million Dollar Business in a Weekend by Noah Kagan

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