Four Startup Resources That Will Help Build Your Business
Monday Tips is a short list of the best finds across the internet to start your week off right.
Today I have some tools to help startups get off to a growing start with their new business. Here’s four links with tips and tricks to kick start your Monday.
Launching a new business or solo venture can be an challenge if you don’t have the right connections. By using the right tools you can accelerate the process and attract leads and investors. There are several ways to make this process a lot easier, even on a small budget. Do you need to get a better launch going for your business? Take advantage of these tools for entrepreneurs, and let me know how these work for you!
1) Trending business insights – Index
Getting your new business discovered can take a lot of time and research. Index is a smart tool that will help you keep track of the latest news in your industry such as acquisitions, investments, and information on specific companies. This intuitive software will pull data from several resources on the web and provide valuable insights and functions such as keeping a customer list handy. Your business will forge new relationships and close deals faster than finding all of this valuable information yourself.
2) Pitch your business idea – LaunchSky
Do you have an app idea or have finished one, but don’t know who to pitch it to? LaunchSky provides an easy way to present your digital product to 10,000 professional subscribers. Get valuable feedback and help others formulate their ideas at the same time. Your app is prominently placed on the website with quick access to your communication and ratings.
3) Discover the latest advice for entrepreneurs – Reddit
If you would like great feedback from like-minded individuals on your new business then this is place to be. Reddit‘s Entrepreneur community has over 100,000 subscribers who are either interested in what you have to offer or are starting a new business themselves. Use this platform to gather ideas, generate interest, and gain helpful advice that will steer you in the right direction.
4) Get feedback for your business idea – BetaList
Creating a product that consumers will love is what your business wants in order to be successful. BetaList is a great way to post your idea to 25,000 users all from one place. This resource is especially useful for helpful feedback that you can use to make improvements before your official launch. Listing is free with a paid option available.
Hopefully you will find these tools for startups useful to your brand or business. Are there any that you would like to add as well?
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Wishing you a FAN-tastic week!