MicroISV Digest returns next week

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Hi all – I’m attending the Business of Software Conference in San Francisco – meeting some great people and listening to speakers who are offering some really good ideas and advice I’ll be posting about here for the next month easily. But it’s pretty all consuming, so the MicroISV Digest will be back next week. […]

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A tale of disappointment, betrayal and ultimate vindication.

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I was going to hold this for the next MicroISV Digest, but it’s too good to let sit. It’s an engrossing story of how one man on a nearly impossible quest, betrayed by feckless promises made by huge companies, fights through adversity, never giving up, and ultimately succeeds. No, I’m not talking about the latest […]

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The MicroISV Digest

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The MicroISV Digest for the week ending November 2nd, 2009. (If you have an announcement of interest to your fellow microISV, indies or startups, please email me at bob.walsh@47hats.com with the word digest in the subject.) News and Announcements Nick Koranda, MeMo, is looking for feedback on their redesigned web site for their text message […]

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The MicroISV Digest

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The MicroISV Digest for the [several weeks] ending October 26th, 2009. (If you have an announcement of interest to your fellow microISV, indies or startups, please email me at bob.walsh@47hats.com with the word digest in the subject.) News and Announcements Apologies are in order. My apologies for not getting the last 3 issues of the […]

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You don’t sell to an industry, you sell to people.

Over on answers.onstartups.com today someone posted an interesting question: what happens when you made a product for an industry that doesn’t exist? i mean it sells, it makes revenue but the industry cannot be defined ? is this a bad sign or a good sign ? When you start looking at who is buying or […]

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Run with it!

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Back  in this post I lamented a lack of greeting cards for those special moments in the life of startups and microISVs. Like condolences on your crashed hard drive, happy server uptime for six months and the ever popular best wishes for your startup launch. Now the good people at opscotch – a hosted help […]

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Come hell or high water…

A short post to let you know that: The MicroISV Digest will return here Monday October 26th. The Startup Success Podcast for this week is being worked on at this moment by our Executive Producer, Francesca Amari. Francesca has been the reason the last 6 or shows have come out like clockwork – The issues […]

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MicroISV Digest returns next week…

Between launching StartupToDo, and immediately finding myself in need of a new subscription processing system, MicroISV Digest will return next Monday.

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Greeting Cards I wish I could buy…

Here’s – in my opinion – a huge unmet need: online greeting cards for IT people. I have all the usual traditional e-cards covered at Jacquie Lawson, but what about those special moments only we IT/Online people have? For example Marcus M. just informed me that I was successful a couple of nights ago getting […]

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Two detailed reviews…

FYI, Alain Raynaud, CEO of Fairsoftware.net (which you should check out) just posted a very nice review of The Web Startup Success Guide at his blog: Book Review: The Web Startup Success Guide. Also, Pietro Polsinelli wrote an awesomely detailed review of the Guide here: A review of “The Web Startup Success Guide”. Pietro is […]

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