BoumanBlog started off as my personal blog during my international travels after college. It transitioned to a hodgepodge of thoughts and ideas and then to a dormant website. We now enter the third stage of BoumanBlog.
In this stage of BoumanBlog, I write about whatever I want. My writing stagnated when I tried to limit my posts to things that I considered brand building, thought leadership stuff. Ugh. Little to no writing occurred because of this. So now I will write about whatever is on my mind. I’m shooting for a post one a month at the very least. Anything else is icing on the cake.
While I am going to write about whatever comes to mind, I bet there will still be a lot of my experiences as an entrepreneur, marketer, and professional. I hope by sharing my opinions and experiences, I can provide insight you may not have otherwise considered. At the very least, I hope to entertain you.
Don’t be surprised if a lot of these posts are my opinions on topics related to my professional interests, like my thoughts on technology, marketing, building product, entrepreneurship, and venture capital.
One note to consider: I am a blogger, not a professional writer. I feel there is a distinct difference in quality and I in no way consider my writing Pulitzer worthy. Neither should you. It’s just a blog, so please excuse the typos.
Read my bio on Bouman.is
Inspiration: Young Companies By Young Founders (Investopedia.com)
Beyond Money: What do Young Startup Founders Want? (Podium Ventures)
Q & A with Demeter Interactive Founder Jesse Bouman (Business Review USA)
Silicon Beach: Where Sun and Surf Meet Start -Ups (KCRW – LA NPR Affiliate)
Is Adding Video to Your Content Easier Than You Think? (Amex – Open Forum)
The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Personal Blogs (Grasshopper Blog)
Some Publications I’ve Written For:
*Everything posted on this site is my personal opinion. It does not represent the views of any company I own or am affiliated with. Here is my full FTC disclosure for this site’s content.
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