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The Operately Blog

Operately, Marko Anastasov

Insights on building and scaling businesses for founders, creators, and operators.

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Latest Issues

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The Pitfalls of Over-Optimizing for One KPI

We all act differently when we're alone vs when there's someone else in the room. In the same vein, the mere act of measurement influences our actions1.

2 months ago

Introducing An Open Library of Business KPIs

As we're building the alpha version of Operately, we're equally committed to creating content that helps businesses work smarter. And in that spirit, I'm excited to share with you our first curated content project: KPI Examples.

3 months ago

When and How to Move to a New Customer Segment

Chatting with an early-stage founder recently, he posed a question that I'm sure rattles around in the heads of many: "We're selling our consumer software for $10/month. How do we get some of those big enterprise customers? Ads? Outbound?"

4 months ago

Before a Product, Build Financial Stability

Many aspiring founders dive headfirst into product creation, carried away by the fascination of the process. But let's not mince words—it's an uphill battle.

4 months ago


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