8 Startup Assets - Tools And Resources You Need In Launching Your Startup Project

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Heads up, startups!

I'm sure that most of you will agree that Batman is one good example of an entrepreneur and a superhero who doesn't rely solely on his ideas and knowledge.

Batman has been investing exceptional efforts in researching and acquiring the resources that best fit his needs -- he continuously strives and never gets too complacent with what he has.

In this latest article, I've featured several tools that I collated to help you get a head start in launching your project. It's undeniable that 2017 is almost up and that we're about to turn pages and start a new chapter very soon.

Check them here: 8 Startup Assets - Tools And Resources You Need In Launching Your Startup Project
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  • Profile picture of the author ClarkPerry
    I'm not sure if I'd go with JustReachOut or Hey Press I have to compare more to be sure. I like to try BetaList! I wonder if other app maker uses it because most mobile apps now are buggy, it ruins the app and people stay away easily if the app sucks. Likewise good article, thanks!

    ps. that Batman is classic! haha
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  • Profile picture of the author Zsmith
    Notify is good. I use it and it gives me an up to date news about my business and other events that I follow. I hope they add more integrations but all in all it's really useful for businesses. Highly recommended!
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  • Profile picture of the author Ylonna
    Netted are the ones giving the Webby Awards correct? I'm planning to start by January, do you think it's worth price if I advertise with Netted? Anyone here tried their email campaign? I have seen companies awarded by them.
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    • Profile picture of the author Nice Sabino
      I haven't tried Netted, but it's highly recommended by some established people like Arianna Huffington.
      "Nobody knows the web better than The Webbys team. If Netted says an app is killer or a site is a must-visit, it is." - Arianna Huffington, Huffington Post
      And yes, they are from the team at The Webby Awards.
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  • Profile picture of the author mrskl
    Let me say, as I have read -content Idea Generator
    This helps you figure out content ideas.
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  • Profile picture of the author faisalmaximus
    Thank you very much for sharing the ideas of assets, will help me a lot.
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  • Profile picture of the author RonaRosen
    OK, I'm going to sound old fashioned here, but other important assets are a lawyer who understands startups (and patents if you are creating in that arena). You don't have to spend a fortune to make sure you have a solid legal base, and it can avoid huge headaches later on. Also, have a solid business plan that includes how you are going to keep afloat until you become profitable. Remember Amazon, but don't go that long without making a profit. And while there are several good accounting and tax packages, it is worth the money to have a meeting with a business CPA and discuss your financial structure, P&L and tax liability early on and then on a regular basis. They can let you know of pitfalls ahead or tax breaks you are missing better than an application because they can explain it to you until you understand it.

    Finally, have some support. Other startup people are great, as are experienced small businessmen. Have a network where you can kvetch over a beer, someone to calm you down when you have the inevitable technology crash. And cheer when good things happen.
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