Three parts down, a lot more to cover. Last time, we discussed social presence and how to direct your marketing properly and leverage all the tools that can be found online. In part 4 of our Startup series, we will look at launching demos and production versions, analyzing user data and customer support.
Design, development and deployment. These are topics that we discussed in the last part of our Startup series. We have also shed some light on how to easily and effectively create and use forms and surveys, mockups and wireframes. In this week’s Startup series, we are going to be going into detail about social tools, marketing, and minimum viable product, as well as presentation and beta-testing. Read on, for the next 5 steps in your startup path.
Plenty of factors can contribute to a business venture’s failure. A lack of consumer interest or bad marketing tactics just to name a few. But perhaps the most deadly contributor to startup failure is not knowing how to manage your business finances. In this article, we will look at 6 big mistakes, that are being made over and over again by entrepreneurs not thinking about their money in the right way.