You’ve got customers. You’ve got some level of validation. You’ve got, perhaps, a reasonable degree of product market fit. If you have managed to get past $100k in revenue, that tells me that you have some sense of who your customers are, why they are buying what you have to offer, and how to sell to this customer base.
Entrepreneurs whose revenue falls between $100k and $1 Million experience a very specific set of challenges while following the light at the end of the tunnel. For such entrepreneurs, I have recorded a series of 30 seconds videos addressing their unique concerns.
Is Entrepreneurship All About Exits?
Customers Acquisition with Advertising:
Funding Equals Push for an Exit:
How Crowded Is Your Market?
How Likely is it That You’re Building a Unicorn?
Hyper Targeting, Localizing, Verticalizing:
Startup Business Models:
Your Social Media Strategy:
Looking For Some Hands-On Advice?
For entrepreneurs who want to discuss their specific businesses with me, I’m very happy to assess your situation during my free online 1M/1M Roundtables, held almost every Thursday. You can also check out my free Bootstrapping course on Lynda.com here, and follow my writings here.
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This segment is a part in the series : From $100k to $1 Million