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How’s this for product placement?
“How meta is that?” wrote Hoy’s BaconBizConf partner Alex Hillman in an email earlier this month.
The book — “Just Fucking Ship” — promises to “teach you 21 principles for getting off your butt and finally shipping.” They wrote the book for a 24-Hour Product Challenge and sold 800 copies in less than two weeks, making use of their 8,000 subscriber-strong mailing list.
(Also see: “Just F*ing Demo” by Monetate staffer Robert Falcone.)
— Jarrod Drysdale (@studiofellow) December 3, 2014
Obviously, we have two big goals with this book:
1 – to grow our business. duh.
2 – to grow the bootstrapped product biz community, here in Philly and everywhere.
Startups, schmartups. Bootstrapping = Philly.
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