Posts Tagged ‘revenue model’

Twitter’s New Ad Policy And The Dangers Of Tying Your Business To Another

Ross | May 25th, 2010

Yesterday, Twitter’s COO Dick Costolo, in an effort to provide more clarity to Twitter’s developer ecosystem, discussed upcoming changes to Twitter’s terms of service and some of the principles that guided Twitter’s recent decisions. Here’s what Costolo wrote in his post: As our primary concern is the long-term health and value of the network, we […]

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10 thoughts for small businesses and startups: how to write a great business plan

Mike | September 16th, 2009

In the past 5 years, I have written or co-written at least 10 business plans. With each one it got a bit easier, and each one got a bit better as I practiced writing in “biz plan” style and learned what information was important to include and what information was extraneous. My first experience with […]

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Start-up Tip: Building The Budget Side Of Your Revenue Model

Ross | October 2nd, 2008

Mike and I stated working on crowdSPRING in the summer of 2006. We incorporated the company in May 2007 and launched the crowdSPRING marketplace in May 2008. We’ve learned many important lessons along the way. In some ways, our experience is typical of other start-ups. In other ways, it is not. I want to share […]

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Start-up Tip: What’s Your Revenue Model?

Ross | October 1st, 2008

Mike and I stated working on crowdSPRING in the summer of 2006. We incorporated the company in May 2007 and launched the crowdSPRING marketplace in May 2008. We’ve learned many important lessons along the way. In some ways, our experience is typical of other start-ups. In other ways, it is not. I want to share […]

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