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Domains Names - 4 best Lessons for Future Business Growth | Infographics

Domains Names - 4 best Lessons for Future Business Growth | Infographics | Digital Startup | Scoop.it
Infographic on knowing everything about domain names, domain name branding, domain name business and future growth and opportunities with marketing

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What does your domain name tell about your business?

 

Considersing and investing a right domain name is important in creating your brand. Your domain assembles a good location in digital space and create trust to your customers. Getting a brief and meaningful name is recommended not only for domain name, but also your actual product.

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Who doesn’t want a domain that can take his business to extreme high level? Who doesn’t want to invest in online business where the returns are expected to be more than 200% of what you get offline. Ofcourse everyone does, i believe, and its the fact that most people are getting success over the online industry.

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How Long Does it Take to Build a Mobile App? | Kinvey Backend as a Service Blog

How Long Does it Take to Build a Mobile App? | Kinvey Backend as a Service Blog | Digital Startup | Scoop.it
Kinvey infographic answers the question: How long does it take to build a mobile app?
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Do you know how long it usually takes for a native app to be developed?

 

A survey on 100 App developers (iOS, Android, HTML5) has found that it usually take an average of 18 weeks to develop a v1 native app. Developing an application is like running a business. It can't be done in just a week or few, but it takes time and effort to become a business. Think of developing an app as an investment in another field of business. It is not easy. Nevertheless, it is not impossible.

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Google Glass -- What eBusiness Professionals Need To Know -- This Early | Forrester Blogs

Google Glass -- What eBusiness Professionals Need To Know -- This Early | Forrester Blogs | Digital Startup | Scoop.it
Google Glass -- What eBusiness Professionals Need To Know -- This Early | Forrester Blogs http://t.co/lpUkkWnR8Q #google
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Most of us must have heard of Google Glass ... but how much do we know about it?

 

Google Glass could be another field of opportunities of digital startups. It has opened a new area aside from fast-growing mobile applications or desktop softwares. This articles indicated some key issues that you might want to know before embracing this piece of technology to your business.

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10 Startups Changing the World And What We Can Learn From Them

10 Startups Changing the World And What We Can Learn From Them | Digital Startup | Scoop.it
For lots of startup founders, a big money valuation is just half the goal. Many startups are motivated by a singular drive to change the way we view and interact with the world around us.
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Once again, here are another 10 cases for startup lessons you might want to read. Every business had struggled in their own path before they became success. Take these cases to your motivation and start your own story!

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Most Innovative Companies 2013

Most Innovative Companies 2013 | Digital Startup | Scoop.it
Our annual guide to the state of innovation in our economy featuring the businesses whose innovations are having the greatest impacts across their...
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Ever wonder what kind of innovation do successful companies contribute to the world?

 

Good news! Here is the list of innovative companies with descriptions of what they have contributed according to Fast Company. Don't forget to read more about each company for more brief insight of what each company have been doing.

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Every Entrepreneur's Least Favorite Question

Every Entrepreneur's Least Favorite Question | Digital Startup | Scoop.it
Four responses that can help grow your business. (Hate being asked how your biz is doing?
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When someone turns to you and asks, "How are things going?"
How would you response? 

 

Some entrepreneurs found this kind of question to be awkward, and occassionally turned the conversation down. This article provides some tips that might be useful when people ask you something similar. You can turn unexpected conversation into opportunities if you know how to handle the conversation.

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How Funding Works - Splitting The Equity With Investors - Infographic

How Funding Works - Splitting The Equity With Investors - Infographic | Digital Startup | Scoop.it
This infographic shows how funding works for a hypothetical startup splitting equity with angel investors, venture capitalists and IPO.
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"What is funding and where should I get it?"

 

Money is an essential factor for business. Understand the concept of funding it therefore necessary for your business. People get funding from different sources, depending on their background and luck. This article provides an easy to understand explanation of how funding works.

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Bloomberg Billionaires

Bloomberg Billionaires | Digital Startup | Scoop.it
The Bloomberg Billionaires Index is a daily ranking of the world's richest people.
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Though this scoop is not directly related to digital startup, I found the content engaging. In the page, names of billionaires are listed with their businesses. Interestingly, many of these billionaires are owning a business in retails and tech. Does this imply you anything?

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Entrepreneurship: Marketing Tips for Startups

Entrepreneurship: Marketing Tips for Startups | Digital Startup | Scoop.it

How much is important for you to have a sales department? How is it best to market your products on the Internet? Rand Fishkin from SEOmoz shares how to do t...

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"I'm starting a business, how should I market my business?"

In business, having a great idea might not lead you to success unless people aware of the greatness of your product/service. A way to achive that is to do marketing. In this video, several tips for e-marketing are mentioned. Maybe one of these strategy might be useful for your business.

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3. Nine Key Frameworks for Entrepreneurship

Chuck Eesley examines what he describes as the frameworks for entrepreneurship. He describes nine basic models and frameworks for entrepreneurship and hopes ...
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"What kind of strategy and plan my business should head?"

People have different perspectives in establishing a business. This video explores nine different models that entrepreneurs may choose when they start their business. The information in this video should be useful when considering a plan for your own business.

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How to survive being a mobile app entrepreneur

How to survive being a mobile app entrepreneur | Digital Startup | Scoop.it
HAVE an idea set to make you millions? Scrap it – it won’t work. (RT @feedmybraininfo: Advice for those interested in early stage tech entrepreneurship!
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If you've got a great idea, ask yourself what kind of problem does it solves.

 

That's the idea you'll probably get from reading this article. This 27 years-old entrepreneurs created educational application for kids who have trouble following the class at school. His idea was brought about when he talked to an high school teacher, and he thought he could solve it. 

Now he has gained over 100,000 users of his products. But before he has got to this point, he has been through a period like many other successful entrepreneurs---a decline stage. You'll learn how his life progress in this article.

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5 Go-to Sites for Unique Startup Ideas

5 Go-to Sites for Unique Startup Ideas | Digital Startup | Scoop.it
I love business ideas - especially those which are changing life and/or lucrative. I might even interested in turning one or two into a startup! The big question is, where to look for great entrepr...
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Here are another five ideas that might inspire you. A good way to keep your entrepreneurship active is to explore new ideas and inspiration!

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If in doubt, innovate

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Authoritative weekly newspaper focusing on international politics and business news and opinion.

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Have you ever wonder how Finland, the birthplace of many startup companies such as Rovio Entertainment (creator of Angry Birds), has become an entrepreneur-friendly country in the past years?

 

This article explained the development of Finland to support and encourage young entrepreneurs to season their economics. Sometimes startups are not only driven by founders' ambition alone, but also the environment, particularly the government and companies, in funding and advice.

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What Influences a Purchase Decision | Visual.ly

What Influences a Purchase Decision | Visual.ly | Digital Startup | Scoop.it
We cover the top 10 factors influencing a purchasing decision, the most important store features, the impact of social media on shopping and more.
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These are another great facts regarding influencing purchase decision. This infographic shows what factors people take into consideration before they purchase something. Knowing these facts, you could take them to improve your own store to satisfy your customers.

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Domains Names - 4 best Lessons for Future Business Growth | Infographics

Domains Names - 4 best Lessons for Future Business Growth | Infographics | Digital Startup | Scoop.it
Infographic on knowing everything about domain names, domain name branding, domain name business and future growth and opportunities with marketing

Via Christino Martin, Tamás Turcsán
Phongsuphat Kanchanakom's insight:

What does your domain name tell about your business?

 

Considersing and investing a right domain name is important in creating your brand. Your domain assembles a good location in digital space and create trust to your customers. Getting a brief and meaningful name is recommended not only for domain name, but also your actual product.

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Demetrios Georgalas's curator insight, May 24, 2013 1:25 AM

Who doesn’t want a domain that can take his business to extreme high level? Who doesn’t want to invest in online business where the returns are expected to be more than 200% of what you get offline. Ofcourse everyone does, i believe, and its the fact that most people are getting success over the online industry.

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3 Keys for Innovation: Why Lean Startup Isn't Enough

3 Keys for Innovation: Why Lean Startup Isn't Enough | Digital Startup | Scoop.it
Lean Startup is a great start, but is not enough to achieve scalable success in the enterprise. Learn 3 things you must do to survive in today's market.
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Some of you might have heard of being a 'lean' startup. But does it actually going to make your business sustain?

 

This article provides you with arguments why just being lean isn't enough for a startup. It is better to cover all three areas: lean, business model innovation, and continuous delivery. It points out interesting topics for you to consider and possibly might be useful for your business.

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Eight Reasons Startup Incubators Are Better Than Business School

Eight Reasons Startup Incubators Are Better Than Business School | Digital Startup | Scoop.it
(By J.J. Colao) "The idea that you can start a company with a fancy degree and $100,000 in loans hanging over your head is a joke. Even without debt, seed money is tough to find, especially in a recession.
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Books and lectures may give you theories to fields of knowledge, but what make you become success is yourself.

 

Learning is inevitably neccessary for growing, but you have to know how to implement those knowledge to the real world. Sometimes you learn from your real-life experience and mistakes. Startup allows you to get a taste of struggling, but it will returns you valuable experience that you will not find in any of the textbooks.

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Cloud Infographic: Startup Toolkit - CloudTweaks

Cloud Infographic: Startup Toolkit - CloudTweaks | Digital Startup | Scoop.it
Startup - There are numerous startups of all varieties of purpose and goals. We have seen great successes and great failures...
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There are tons of great tools for startups available in the market (both free and paid version). But how should you select which one to be in your company?

 

This infographic provides results of a survey that was conducted to several startups in the US. It shows popularities of tools that startups have been using in different categories. It seems to be a good idea to both to know how others are managing their company and to get some ideas on tools that might also be part of yours.

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How VCs think: Is your startup a feature, a product or a business?

How VCs think: Is your startup a feature, a product or a business? | Digital Startup | Scoop.it
Through my development as a junior VC, I regularly find myself asking questions similar to those of my entrepreneur friends.

Without many ghosts of pitches past, I glean knowledge ...
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You need to firstly understand your business before asking others to invest.

 

VCs don't really giving somebody money to try their business. They want to be sure that the business they're giving money to will return them multiple times. Therfore, before initilizing a business, ensure that you know what you are trying to acheive, so that you can accurately explain it to VCs.

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Case Studies: How to Build Online Businesses That Gross $250,000+ Per Month

Case Studies: How to Build Online Businesses That Gross $250,000+ Per Month | Digital Startup | Scoop.it
Debbie Sterling's GoldieBlox is now grossing $300,000+ per month. My specialty is modeling success. I analyze what works and ask: what recipe can I find that others can use? In this post, we'll loo...
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"I think my idea won't be working" Think again, what the market really need is uniqueness.

 

This article presents numbers of business that are able to generate high profit. Learning for their case might be a useful guideline to start your own journey. You'll see that their businesses is not a super break-though innovation, but they fit in a gap that hasn't been explored before.

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All in the Numbers: How to Measure Your Start-up’s Success

All in the Numbers: How to Measure Your Start-up’s Success | Digital Startup | Scoop.it
As an entrepreneur, getting your start-up off the ground was no small feat. But even after you’ve been in the trenches for a couple of years, how do you know that your business is gaining momentum?
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"My business is really going well!" ... Really?

 

When owning a business, it is necessary to keep track of your performance. It reasonably tells you how your business is going rather than the feeling of 'it's probably going well.' Business constantly changes and you need to know whether it's going up or down. Record, analyse, and interpret your performance are steps to reach your success. 

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Technology Startups Creating New Wave of Development and Innovation for Financially Underserved Customers

Technology Startups Creating New Wave of Development and Innovation for Financially Underserved Customers | Digital Startup | Scoop.it

An emerging industry of financial services technology startups, known as FinTech, is creating a new wave of products for financially underserved customers, according to research issued today by the Center for Financial Services Innovation (CFSI) and Core Innovation Capital. The underbanked market in the United States is currently estimated at $78 billion in annual revenue, serving 68 million consumers across 22 different financial product types.

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If you ever wonder how a startup business may affact the economy, this might be the article for you.

 

According to the article, it was mentioned that "the emerging trends detailed in this research represent tremendous potential for the financial services industry to engage more fully with underserved consumers in value-driven ways." Nowaway, startups have been taking important roles in providing opportunities for developments in many sector, not only in finance. 

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The 10 Myths of Entrepreneurship

In the second video of our series «Little Green Bags» we do away with the ten myths of entrepreneurship -- and show how one can create a successful start-up ...
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Successful entrepreneur is not neccessary a genius or a person with abundant of resources. But it is the one who could utilize what the person already has to create something new.

 

I personally really like this clip for its creativity and well-summerized content. It is recommended clip for those who are going to become a entrepreneur. Worth your time!

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Drawing The Line : The Uncomfortable Truths Of Startups And Small Business - Forbes

Drawing The Line : The Uncomfortable Truths Of Startups And Small Business - Forbes | Digital Startup | Scoop.it

Drawing The Line : The Uncomfortable Truths Of Startups And Small Business Forbes A new report by the Kauffman Foundation underscores a simmering snobbery in the startup community: no matter which way you spin it, not all new companies are created...

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Recently, I posted an article regarding the difference between startups and a small business. However, there were few differences being compared in that article.  I've found this one giving more insight for comparison on the same matter. This should clear up your confusion between these two kinds of business.

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Are Startups a Different Breed of Small Business?

Are Startups a Different Breed of Small Business? | Digital Startup | Scoop.it
Not all startups face the same challenges. And they don't all reap the same rewards, either.
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Did you know the different between startups and SMEs?

 

People sometimes misunderstood the notion of startups to be the same as SMEs. In fact, there are serveral differences regard these two kind of business. According to this article, startups play a large role in driving economics than SMEs in term of job creation. Moreover, it is a innovation-depending business unlike SMEs, therefore it faces higher risk in market.

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5 Bootstrapped Startup Tips to Survive the First Year - Mashable - Mashable

5 Bootstrapped Startup Tips to Survive the First Year - Mashable - Mashable | Digital Startup | Scoop.it

5 Bootstrapped Startup Tips to Survive the First Year - Mashable Mashable Brian Casel is a designer and founder of a few bootstrapped startups. Connect with Brian on Twitter @CasJam. Bootstrapping a startup is no easy task.

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"I've got a great idea, and I also have the skill to make it happen. Now I'm going to work on it!"

 

If that's what you have in mind, you might want to take a few minutes to read this article. Starting your business is difficult, especially in the first year. In order to surive, you have to note that business is not only about your idea and whether you can create it or not, but it is also about what are you offering customers and answering their wants and needs. Communicate with them, market them, show them that you are creating what they will want. And importantly, don't forget to keep track of your results when it is possible.

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