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Kevin Rose and Tim Ferriss Discuss Angel Investing and Naming Companies
-How to test company or product names using Google AdWords
-Kevin’s criteria for both good site names and good angel investments
-The role of start-up “advisors” and investors
-How I choose companies to work with: overlap, PR options, UI design…
It’s an Oprah-style conversation, so if watching isn’t an option, you can also opt to let the audio play in the background while you’re doing other things. Let us know if you’d like to see more of these brainstorming sessions.
Special thanks to Glenn McElhose for the great video shooting and editing!
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