Naming: Make creative, professional, internet name of your start-up is a complicated task. Internet start-ups often do not have the resources to pay for professional naming services. Employers are turning to crowdsource to complete this task. Creativity offers a crowd of entrepreneurs an affordable way to get the perfect name for their new start-ups.
Funding: The idea of crowdfunding explodes online. Every week we see some new crowdfunding sites are launched. Although there are dozens of popular crowdfunding websites, one of the most interesting is KickStarter.com. You can get more information about Kickstarter campaign experts via online sources.
Kickstarter allows entrepreneurs to pitch their products or services to the public in order to generate interest and funding. Employers list once the target amount of investment and the number reached entrepreneur began his project, with dozens, or hundreds, of new business partners.
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Logos: One of the first popular crowdsourcing tools for entrepreneurs is making the logo. Logo contest on the site such as 99designs.com and CrowdSpring.com has become more popular with start-ups.
Testing and Review: You both can crowdsource your website testing as well as the overall concept and design through two different services. Before you go live you can get feedback from the crowd through ConceptFeedback.com design.
Launching and Marketing: One of the most expensive tasks for any new start-up would be their initial marketing of a product or service. It takes a lot of work, and often luck, prior to start-ups can go viral and receiving visitors valuable free. Crowdsourcing can be used to help with the start-up of this task as well.