Our Top Ten Startup Articles from the Last Quarter

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We’re proud of our daily publishing cycle, and the high quality articles we are producing. Thanks to our team of contributors, we are helping raise awareness of innovation in Western Australia, and the people behind it.

In this article, I share with you which articles our readers loved most, by traffic numbers. These are the top ten startup articles, published between 1 April and 30 June this year, according to Google Analytics. If you haven’t yet read these posts, we encourage you to.

In tenth position, I had the honour of interviewing Julian from the Mushroom farming startup, LifeCykel.

Coming in at ninth place, Marcus reviews the weekend and nine startups that were formed, at the eighth Startup Weekend Perth.

Paul Towers takes us through his validation method for startups, HIIT, and how you can use it to help validate your startup idea.

In seventh spot, Marcus shares the sad story of Sean Mitchell from The Mining Hub, who, at this point, was still missing.

Number six by traffic, is Abby Page from Flowerfox taking us through five things she learned, flying to Melbourne to pitch at Idea Nation.

In fifth spot, I share my top 30 unique and insightful articles from our archives, in 30 Articles every founder should read.

The author of our fourth position in top ten startup articles list is Marcus, following up his previous post about Sean Mitchell, to say his body had been found, and he has, indeed, passed away.

Third place goes to our anonymous contributor, Lean Hackman, who shares his colourful thoughts in Five things dickheads say in a pitch.

In second spot, the well known Stuart Hall is interviewed by me about his time in the startup world, and his latest venture, Appbot.

In first place, with the most interest, is Lean Hackman again with his story about a friend who calls himself an angel investor. The writer isn’t too convinced.

That’s our top ten startup articles for the second quarter of this year. Thank you to everyone who contributed an article or shared your feedback with us, and a huge thank you to all of our readers – that includes you! – for being a part of our success.

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