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Id4 Founders tips - Issue #99

Id4 Founders tips - Issue #99
By Id4 ventures • Issue #99 • View online
Hi , we hope you had a good and productive week ,
This week,
  1. a fascinating tweet thread from Dan Rose on what happened when Facebook growth stalled at 80m users (yes even them had growth problems, very reassuring for the rest of us 😂).
  2. Dropbox views on going virtual first, a topic that is on the agenda of all of us (even though Id4 ventures has always been, a decentralized organisation).
  3. As we always explain to the founders we work with, a big part of our job is to help them avoid all the basic mistakes all entrepreneurs are doing, so below a great article for first time founders on how to fundraise.
  4. Last but least on personal time management, an interesting contrarian view on to do lists.
Enjoy the read, make you coming week as productive as possible.
The Id4 team.

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In 2008 Facebook’s user growth hit a wall at 80M and we were having serious debates about whether any social network could ever reach 100M users. 2 years later we had doubled our user base and not long after that we reached 1B users. Here’s how we did it:
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