• Why Startups fail to sell. [This is a free sample from my ebook, Startup Sites that Sell! – Creating and Marketing your Unique Selling Proposition. You can get the rest of this ebook designed to substantially improve your startup web site for $24.95 USD, or, you can take advantage of tomorrow’s Bits du Jour Sale and grab it for a […] 5 responses May 24, 2011
  • Words can’t hurt you. Lack of words can. Louis Grey had a great post Thursday – Information Streams Accelerating the Attention Crisis – on something a growing number of people I respect are worrying about, like Tom Foremsky, and Hutch Carpenter. This isn’t the old run-of-the-mill “information overload” issue people have been whinging about since Gutenberg started printing books, or since big honking “mini-computers” started spewing reams of […] Bob Walsh 7 responses October 22, 2010
  • Why I keep doing what I do. Got this email (reprinted with permission) from Mike Stokes in New Zealand yesterday on my birthday (yes, I am now version 5.3): Hi Bob, As a fan of your writings for years (and especially your books, which I still refer to), you are the first person I wanted to run our new software past. And, […] Bob Walsh 27 responses July 14, 2010
  • What’s black and white and red all over? The answer to this elementary school riddle used to be something called a newspaper, but the new answer is 37signals latest product for the iPad: Draft. What does Draft do? On a black background you can draw with your finger in white or red, email your draft or post it to 37signals’ Campfire. You can undo, […] Bob Walsh 12 responses June 25, 2010
  • Tools for Startups. One of the great things about doing a startup now is the growing range of tools, services, meetups, associations and conferences available to you. The numbers of these resources both Online and off grow each month. These new tools and services can shave months off the development cycle while improving your startup’s game. In Chapter […] Bob Walsh 13 responses July 17, 2009
  • Google Maps – the $10k gotcha. Update (January 11, 2012) – Google Maps API Free changed slightly in April 2011 in two ways: “You can require users to log in to your Maps API Implementation if you do not require users to pay a fee.” and “You can charge a fee for your Maps API Implementation if it is an Android […] Bob Walsh 15 responses July 14, 2009
  • 47Hats is now a Microsoft BizSpark Partner Over the last few days you may have heard of Microsoft’s new program for startups, BizSpark. I am now a BizSpark Network Partner, so if you are interested in taking advantage of what Microsoft is offering please contact me at [email protected] (Please, include the word BizSpark in the subject so I can spot it quicker.) […] Bob Walsh 29 responses November 7, 2008