• Announcing StartupToDo.com Version 2 It’s been a long haul, but StartupToDo.com Version 2 is officially out today! Four times faster loading each and every page. Supports all current browser versions. With a new layout throughout thats easier to read, easier to work with and just plain more attractive. And now with an industry-standard 30 day free trial period before […] Bob Walsh 2 responses May 10, 2010
  • Pricing is Marketing: Understanding the Pricing Process for Web Apps By Lincoln Murphy, Managing Director Sixteen Ventures http://sixteenventures.com “Quality in a product or service is not what the supplier puts in. It is what the customer gets out and is willing to pay for.” – Peter F. Drucker, Innovation and Entrepreneurship SaaS and Web App companies often charge their customers based on usage in an […] Bob Walsh 9 responses April 28, 2010
  • Three dot Friday (Various short items in the Startup/MicroISV world I’ve bumped into this week, paying homage to Herb Caen.) … When Geoffrey Moore talks, startups should listen. Geoffrey, author of Crossing the Chasm, Inside the Tornato and Dealing with Darwin, is a must-read if you want to get your head around the stages of growth for a startup […] Bob Walsh One response April 16, 2010
  • MicroISV Digest – 04/9/2010 Community News: Eight free scholarships to the “Startup Lessons Learned” Conference – On April 23 the first Lean Startups conference happens in San Francisco, and the organizers have made available eight scholarships to startup professionals who are interested in attending the show. The scholarships cover the full price of conference registration, valued at $699 for […] Bob Walsh No responses April 9, 2010
  • Three dot Friday (Various short items in the Startup/MicroISV world I’ve bumped into this week, paying homage to Herb Caen, the best damn reason to read a San Francisco newspaper, when people still read newspapers.) … March showers have given way to April showers in the soggy San Francisco Bay Area – take a moment to sympathize with all […] Bob Walsh No responses April 2, 2010
  • There’s an app for even that… FOR RELEASE APRIL 1, 2010: Contact: Corey H Maass, web developer and press contact MidLifing corey@midlifing.com http://MidLifing.com MIDLIFING.COM WANTS TO HELP YOU THROUGH YOUR MIDLIFE CRISIS Brooklyn, NY, April 1st, 2010 – A brand new customer-focused, interactive web 2.0 application launches today, offering help to people having a midlife crisis. The site, http://MidLifing.com, is designed […] Bob Walsh One response April 1, 2010
  • New: 130 Microsoft WebsiteSpark StartupToDo.com Scholarships. Microsoft WebsiteSpark is sponsoring 130 six-month full scholarships to StartupToDo.com for professional web developers and designers. Here’s how it works: if you’re a web designer/developer delivering sites to customers and you have less than 10 employees, I can now sponsor you for the Microsoft WebsiteSpark program. And if you live in the U.S., Microsoft is […] Bob Walsh No responses March 17, 2010
  • MicroISV Digest – 03/13/2010 Community News: Pretty quiet out there… Interesting  Answers.Onstartups.com questions with useful answers: What would you do different if your startup was launching today? Does having a professional email account matter? SEO: Where can I get reliable information about building my website presence and reputation? News/posts for microISVs and Startups: Want to know how to find […] Bob Walsh No responses March 13, 2010
  • Stop hitting your Invisible Wall. The Invisible Wall stopped you creating your startup today. That damn wall stands between you and what you know you can create.  That wall you hit, that something, that changes you into a totally unmotivated blob. Why, when you know you should be motivated to write the code, go to the networking event, make those […] Bob Walsh 4 responses March 9, 2010
  • Three dot Friday (Various short items in the Startup/MicroISV world I’ve bumped into this week, paying homage to Herb Caen, the best damn reason to read a San Francisco newspaper, when people still read newspapers.) … Over at A Smart Bear, Mike Schoeffler, founder of iPhone running application Roadbud has an excellent column about Startup Fitness with some easy […] Bob Walsh One response March 5, 2010