• Getting back to (microISV) business. Click. Click. Reboot! That’s the sound of me getting back into the business of making this blog the single best resource on the Net for microISVs and software startups. First, after the less than resounding reception that my last WP theme got, I hope – really, really strongly – this new theme meets with a […] 2 responses February 13, 2008
  • Tips for a perfect microISV home office Looking for that one post that comprehensively covers every possible improvement you can make in your microISV home office? One of my favorite up-and-coming bloggers, Skellie, has an excellent post out with no less than 48 pointers to other posts covering every aspect of setting up, simplifying, decluttering, organizing and deducting your world headquarters. Among […] No responses February 13, 2008
  • links for 2008-01-22 Web Content Writer Tips from JCM Enterprises » Blog Archive » How To Finish a Project In 10 Minutes A lengthy project list, guilt and stress, not enough getting done… Does this sound like someone you know (besides me!)? An excellent post. (tags: productivity procrastination) Make Money Online and Escape Your Day Job | Put […] Bob Walsh One response January 22, 2008
  • 47hats gets a new look. Just in case you’re reading this post via RSS, I wanted to point out 47hats.com is sporting a new look in 2008. While there’s plenty of workable WordPress themes out there, really professional, highly readable themes that push the envelope are hard to find. So I was very happy when I stumbled upon Michael Pollock’s […] 9 responses January 16, 2008
  • links for 2008-01-15 Google Analytics Video Tutorial 1: Setup | Conversation Marketing: Internet Marketing Strategy Blog Want to take the first step to understanding your stats? Start here. (tags: analytics) Web Worker Daily » Archive 6 Secrets to Running a Virtual Company « A good interview with someone running a virtual company. (tags: 47hats,) Businesspundit: Why I Gave […] Bob Walsh No responses January 15, 2008
  • Out with the old, in with the new! Now that I’m firmly in 2008, a quick update. Please feel free to skip this post if it’s too narcissistic for your tastes 🙂 : As far as I know, the Channel 9 MicroISV Show is dead. Michael is doing a great job for Microsoft on Microsoft Software + Services Blueprints, but that’s been taking […] 4 responses January 7, 2008
  • links for 2008-01-05 36 Startup Tips: From Software Engineering to PR and More! – ReadWriteWeb good tips, but probably more interesting if you’re a startup (tags: startups) evhead: Will it fly? How to Evaluate a New Product Idea Another Evan Williams post to print, read and ponder (tags: 47hats, productideas) How to Avoid Fool’s Gold and Create Value-packed […] Bob Walsh No responses January 5, 2008
  • Instant microISV web sites If you feel far more comfortable coding than designing web sites, you might want to check out a new player in the instant web site race: Weebly. With Weebly, I was able to lash up something like a real web page together in about 2 minutes, dragging and dropping page elements, text blocks, flickr and […] Bob Walsh 5 responses January 4, 2008
  • With a little help from my friends… If 2007 was the year scarcity of information went to the dustbin of history, 2008 is going to be the year we all become much more sophisticated at living in a world where scarcity of attention rules. Or else. To that end, I’ve started sharing the items I think have value above and beyond the […] One response January 2, 2008
  • Peering into the New Year January 1st is easily my favorite day of the year. It’s the one day out of 365 when you can legitimately forgive yourself of all sins of omission and commission, turn over a new fresh page in the story of your life and resolve to do and be better than you were last year. For […] Bob Walsh 2 responses January 1, 2008