INTERNET RESOURCES & TOOLS FOR the TECH SAVVY 
to HELP YOU RUN A NEW BUSINESS!

Good information and knowledge is vital to improving the success of any endeavor. Here are eight websites that will inform and educate you on the subject of startup companies:

1. The Netsetter

The Netsetter is a fairly new, but very interesting and informative blog
aimed at a particular subset of startups -- web-based businesses.

2. VentureBeat

VentureBeat is a blog for those who are interested in private business and
venture capital. It doesn't so much teach you how to run a business as it
provides information that might inform your decisions.

3. How to Change the World

How to Change the World is the blog of Guy Kawasaki, a well-known figure
in the online community of entrepreneurs. The blog covers everything from
generating buzz for your business and products to what you should and
shouldn't include in your resume.

4. Men with Pens

Men with Pens is actually the website of a U.S. & Canadian copy and design
business, but their blog is incredibly informative and covers everything
from business to marketing and the kind of copy you should be using.

5. Venture Hacks

Venture Hacks, unlike most business blogs, is characterized by a certain
amount of brevity and morselization that is still intellectual and useful.
It provokes thought rather than filling in all the blanks for you, and draws
your attention to good information and interesting news.

6. The Startup Lawyer

If there's one type of advice to prize above all others, it may be legal
advice. The Startup Lawyer is a blog that combines that most important type
of advice with the topic of startups.

7. Independent Street ( http://blogs.wsj.com/independentstreet/ )

Independent Street is a Wall Street Journal blog aimed at entrepreneurial
types and start-ups. Half of everyone on the web has written off traditional
media sources, but there's still a lot they have to offer. Reading blogs
like this you can be sure not everyone you take advice from thinks Twitter
is the key to your marketing plan. No registering. Read, comment, post.

8. Inc. ( http://www.inc.com )

Inc. is an interesting website aimed at small businesses and
entrepreneurs. Inc. provides a business oriented perspective. It's not
step-by-step practical but it's useful to get you thinking about where to go
next. (spend one minute registering, then you can read for free.

9. WHERE TO PUT UP FREE ADS (like at CRAIGS LIST) -- OTHERS

10 REMEMBER:
When  big stardom eludes
small step merchandising works.
you have all the friends and BUSINESS
with none of great wealth's perqs.

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