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Steve Blank provides a blueprint on how to build a web startup in 10 steps with useful links to tools and resources for each step.


  1. Set up the logistics to manage your team

  2. Craft company hypotheses

  3. Write a value proposition statement that other people understand

  4. Set up the Website Logistics

  5. Build a “low-fidelity” web site

  6. Get customers to the site

  7. Add the backend code to make the site work

  8. Test the “problem” with customer data

  9. Test the “solution” by building the “high-fidelity” website

  10. Ask for money

Google Apps for Work

Google Apps for Work gives businesses the tools to get more done with professional email, online storage, shared calendars, video meetings and more.


Google Apps for work is very easy to set up and can scale as your business grows.

Website Builder is a DIY Website builder that makes its easy to create a website and provides beautiful templates available. This website builder is particularly suited if you need to get rapidly a professional website up and running. The drag and drop features of the builder makes it easy for anyone to build a stunning website. Try it out for free.

Online Email Marketing Solution

Mailchimp is an online Email marketing solution to manage subscribers, send emails and track results. It can be integrated with with CRM solutions like


If you have fewer than 2,000 subscribers, you can send up to 12,000 emails per month absolutely free. No expiring trial, contract, or credit card required. This is ideal if you're starting up

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