This is the only business start up checklist you’ll ever need… I used it to build two companies before 30, and so did all winning entrepreneurs.
As you must have seen reading the blog, I don’t appreciate time wasting activities much… which is exactly why all my articles are straight to the point, no fluff, no shit, only what matters .
To the meat
1 Authority domain
In a world full of crap, authority is everything… the more crap, the more everything it will be.
Those who started early, like in 2003, have some advantage, you and me though have to push like motherf..ckers.
2 Interesting domain name
Choose your domain name like your parents had been choosing your name… it’s that important. Most marketers will tell you the domain name doesn’t matter, which is why I’ve said many times to be careful who you get advice from – rich or sales people.
Marketers understand marketing, not entrepreneurship, listen to them for marketing advice, not business such.
Just think about all major companies like Facebook, Google, Apple etc. they all have extraordinary names.
I mean, if you try to trick someone to download and install free software from your exact match domain site instead of the official site, you can chose an exact match domain and rank it…
…but if you are in for building a brand you have to go for a crazy cool domain.
3 Business plan
I’m not talking about the corporate bull crap you would hear from some financial adviser, but about an actual applicable start up business plan, meaning:
– clear income intentions, or well-defined goals if you will
– assured investments
Even if your goal is to make 100 dollars a month you will need to invest to reach it.
There was that quote:
“you can only grow your business as big as you are capable of handling”
…or something like that, but you get the point – you can not do everything by yourself.
4 Problems to solve
Every successful business solves a problem. The bigger the problem, the more money it makes.
Facebook – best social platform ever
Dropbox – best file storage service… or at least among the best.
You see what I mean. It’s totally the same with internet marketing: chose a problem to solve (or make up one LOL, ya, this is marketing, you can even make up problems), provide the solution and bank.
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