LearnHow to Build a Web Start-up – Part 1

Ryan Carson
writes on January 24, 2008

We live in an extremely exciting period of human history where it has never been easier or cheaper to start a web-based business. You just don’t need a bricks-and-mortar shop to make it big anymore.

However, there are still a massive number web start-ups that fail every year. How can you avoid becoming one of them and being plunged into the TechCrunch deadpool?

In this series for Vitamin, I’ll be sharing some of the valuable tips you’ll need to survive and thrive as a new web startup. I’ll also share some exclusive new content from our upcoming workshop, Start-up Clinic.

So if you’re itching to tell your boss where to stick it and start your own company, this series of articles is perfect for you.

9 Responses to “How to Build a Web Start-up – Part 1”

  1. This the second internet business I have started up. My first one was back in 1996 and was easier as there wasn’t much competition. We actually developed one of the first online catalogs for selling auto parts.

    The second time around, I find a lot more challenges.

  2. thanks admin good post

  3. Sherry,

    Sorry, but no relatives in the USA as far as I know. I’m from Sydney, Australia and ancestors came from Lancashire, UK around 1900.

    Cheers,
    Ollie

  4. Sherry on May 12, 2009 at 8:06 pm said:

    Hey Ollie, you have the same last name of my great grandfather, you have any relatives from California, but originally from Kansas City Mo. I believe my great grand father ws born either 1900 or at the very end of 1890's. Sign, Sherry

  5. Add some decent UK Web Hosting to the mix to benefit from connection speed (website loading times) and local search engine results (.co.uk rankings).

  6. Add some decent UK Web Hosting to the mix to benefit in speed (website loading times) and local search engine results (google.co.uk rankings).

  7. Great tips. If you do need furniture and want to save money, try a local clearance auction. We got desks and chairs for 10 staff for about $400 bucks…

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