How to fund your startup
Okay, here we go, world. I am launching a new on-site blog on startup capital. My focus is shifting here from the old typepad blog at Startup Capital. I finally decided to switch to WordPress after years of procrastination and have have thoroughly enjoyed tinkering with it. Now that I have finally mastered the basic, I have decided to go live. Going live will provide the motivation to write on a regular schedule.
So stay tuned for topic relating to funding startups and more.
Here’s Your Chance to Obtain Free Legal Copies of Jay Abraham books
One of the great marketing wizards of the age, Jay Abraham, is offering free copies of two of his books and has asked me to share them with you. You can download them instantly.
So, here are the links for the pdf copies:
Getting Everything You Can Out of All You’ve Got
How to Create Recurring Revenues for Your Business
In my course on how to grow your business faster I cover the benefits of having a recurring monthly revenue model. This basically means that your customers are regular repeat customers. If you have ever run a business you are no doubt aware that keeping an existing customer happy is far easier than finding a new one. Generally the toughest businesses to run are those which make a single sale and then kiss the customer good-bye forever.
Having repeat customers greatly increases the value of your company whether you are trying to raise more capital or sell it.
So let’s take a look at five recurring revenue models that should be part of your business model. You are unlikely to be able to cram them all in, but do try to at least integrate two or three.