You already know you need a robust web presence for your business. What other tech steps do you need to take to get established? Read this handy list.
I asked a number of entrepreneurs and experts for the essential things every new start-up must do to establish its web presence. Here’s the digital to-do list they came up with:
1. Register the domain.
If you’ve seen the GoDaddy.com commercials, you know you shouldn’t wait long to register a domain. Someone might swoop in and steal the perfect dotcom. Just about every expert listed this first, knowing the domain is one of the easiest things to do, but also the one that can get you into a bind if you don’t get the one you want.
2. Create your LinkedIn company page.
You may already have a personal page on LinkedIn, but you’ll also want a LinkedIn company page. Start-up coach Anna Colibri says a company page lets you use a corporate logo on your resume. Bonus points if you add tons of links to your company page–to your own profile, to your company site, and to other social nets.
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