The Hustlesburg Address
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The Hustle Fam: Volume 1
On a random Thursday, we asked our readers to send a picture of where they were, right then and there, reading The Hustle. Here are a few that we received.
Content Ain’t King Unless It’s Funny
Selling a product? Promoting your brand? Writing an advertisement? Be funny.
How to Throw a Viral Marketing Event: Lessons From Ace & Everett’s 100 Man March
Are you a young, ambitious company looking to throw a viral event? Learn from our mistakes before you do.
How to Effectively Negotiate Salary
Chances are you’re underpaid. Here’s I Will Teach You to Be Rich founder Ramit Sethi’s advice for getting what you deserve.
This is Learning to Code in the Coolest Way Possible
How Institute of Code is changing the way you learn to code.
The Secret to Making $450m Selling Coolers
YETI coolers are the ultimate commodity turned luxury item. Here’s how a couple brothers created an empire through branding.
Dear Public Relations Professionals…
Here's how to write a pitch that I'll actually read.
How Two Founders With Zero Experience Built a Profitable Media Company with 3,000,000 Monthly Readers in Less Than a Year
We tell you everything we know (and don't know) about building a media company.
How Ramit Sethi Launched a Product That Generated $5m in a Week
Ramit, the founder of I Will Teach You To Be Rich, outlines his process for building a successful business.
How Pandora’s Founder Convinced 50 Early Employees to Work 2 Years Without Pay
Think you’re persuasive? Watch the pitch that convinced early Pandora employees to work for free after the company ran out of funding.
Ace & Everett: A Lesson in Content Marketing
Socks are boring. The companies that make socks? Usually even worse. Here's one startup that's taking a different approach and changing the sock marketing game.
Did Airbnb, Medium, Beats, and Flipboard Rip off Their Logos?
Some of the world's most recognizable logos may have come from a 1989 design book. Johnnie Cochran investigates.