For typical seed-stage startups, you'll earn tens of thousands of extra dollars simply by storing your money in a high-yield account. After spending several months storing our own fundraise in various places, we believe Brex Cash is the best store of money for most startups.
Stripe Atlas is high-visibility, but we think it has misaligned incentives. Instead, we believe that most startups should be using Clerky to incorporate. Here's why.
Startups have a lot of tribal knowledge floating around. A company knowledge base helps you record and centralize this information. Of knowledge bases, we think Slab has both the best product and product philosophy.
Our response to a number of user emails: use Gusto.
Without an event-based analytics setup, you won't know how your users are using your product. There are a lot of event-based analytics tools out there, but we think that Heap has the best tradeoffs for a typical early-stage startup.
Of the founders we talked to, live chat was, by far, their favorite way to establish a direct line of communication between their startup and their customers. We think Chatwoot is the best choice for an early-stage startup.