Startup with Google

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#4 Product of the WeekSeptember 18, 2017

Startup with Google is a new site that brings together all the company’s resources for founders and their startups.

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Chris Messina
Chris Messina@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
I wish they branded this "Kool-Aid".
Bret Prins
Bret Prins@bret_prins1 · Web Developer + Coffee Snob
@chrismessina Underrated comment of the year goes to... 😂
Bruce Kraft Jr.
Bruce Kraft Jr.@brucekraftjr · CMO, social media & viral director
@chrismessina HAHAHHAA i laught out loud in the office reading this
Fanny Berrington
Fanny Berrington@anchalec84 · Let's make this world better.
I appreciate any kind of tool concerning startups. It's mostly pretty useful. Thanks for it.
Dre Durr💡
Dre Durr💡@dredurr · Growth is the only thing that matters
This is interesting. Great resource for makers Dope 🚬🚬
Ben King
Ben KingPro@benkingntu · Maker of SaaS Products
@dredurr Seems like it's limited to Google products though, so not that good a resource. For instance, the monetization tab suggests Google Play, Admob and Google Payment API, when I'd imagine most online startups would need something like Stripe.
Tregg@treggify · Product Designer at JP Morgan Chase
@dredurr @benkingntu To be fair, I did discover some services I didn't know google offers. This is basically a marketing site for their apps that relate to startups. Seems smart.
Imran Hunzai
Imran Hunzai@imran_hunzai
Usually, when I started a production project, I usually had the problem of choosing the right Adobe product to go forward with. This one is a smart classification by Google. I wish Adobe had come up with a similar idea soon enough.
Bryan Menell
Bryan Menell@bryan_menell · Austin-based Entrepreneur
They do have a comprehensive suite of things, some of them awesome, others downright useless. Would be great to have some editorialization around pros/cons or when this tool in the suite would be right for someone.