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Founder & CEO of Hacker Noon

Foundry’s Brad Feld #Connect17 Interview (1/8)

A quick peak into the nuts and bolts of how we publish together

David Smooke: I wanted to thank you for contributing to Hacker Noon.

Brad Feld: Sure.

David Smooke: We’ve built a pretty good network, but definitely having people like you in there has attracted a lot more people.

Brad Feld: Yeah. It’s my pleasure. I’m of the mindset that anybody who wants to re-syndicate what I’ve written any time, that’s easy. I just wish Medium had a persistent default button.

David Smooke: Yeah.

Brad Feld: I would give you … I would white list you to resyndicate anything you wanted. You wouldn’t have to resyndicate everything. Only what you chose.

David Smooke: Yeah.

Brad Feld: I’d give you a white list.

David Smooke: Yeah, basically it makes me hit a button, and you hit a button.

Brad Feld: Right.

David Smooke: To do something we wanna have happen 100 times.

Brad Feld: Right.

David Smooke: They get two extra page views.

Brad Feld: Yeah.

Read The Rest of Foundry’s Brad Feld #Connect17 Interview

  1. Writer / Publisher Relations on Medium
  2. Who’s a Venture Capitalist’s Customer?
  3. The Venture Capitalist’s Writing Process
  4. The Venture Capitalist at His Investment’s First Conference
  5. How Brad Feld Realized He Was a Venture Capitalist
  6. What Venture Capitalists Can Bring to Product Development
  7. The Nearly 30 Year Quest To Solve The Business Address Book Problem
  8. How Venture Capitalists Market Their Stories


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