Comments on: Case Study: Bootstrapping an Online Information Business http://www.businesscreditcards.com/bootstrapper/case-study-bootstrapping-an-online-information-business/ Information and Tips on getting the right card Wed, 12 Mar 2008 13:44:43 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.4.2 By: Roshawn Watson http://www.businesscreditcards.com/bootstrapper/case-study-bootstrapping-an-online-information-business/#comment-71 Roshawn Watson Mon, 16 Jul 2007 03:42:11 +0000 http://www.businesscreditcards.com/bootstrapper/case-study-bootstrapping-an-online-information-business/#comment-71 Hello Raj, I have to say that this post is very interesting and informative. I will definitely consider employing a how to video in the future. Thanks for breaking down the process and supplying some links. Shawn http://watsoninc.blogspot.com Hello Raj,

I have to say that this post is very interesting and informative. I will definitely consider employing a how to video in the future. Thanks for breaking down the process and supplying some links.

Shawn
http://watsoninc.blogspot.com

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By: Raj Dash http://www.businesscreditcards.com/bootstrapper/case-study-bootstrapping-an-online-information-business/#comment-33 Raj Dash Thu, 21 Jun 2007 19:25:06 +0000 http://www.businesscreditcards.com/bootstrapper/case-study-bootstrapping-an-online-information-business/#comment-33 Austin: thanks very much for the tip. I will definitely chekck Yugma out and write about it somewhere on my tech sites, if not here. Austin: thanks very much for the tip. I will definitely chekck Yugma out and write about it somewhere on my tech sites, if not here.

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By: Austin http://www.businesscreditcards.com/bootstrapper/case-study-bootstrapping-an-online-information-business/#comment-32 Austin Thu, 21 Jun 2007 18:47:17 +0000 http://www.businesscreditcards.com/bootstrapper/case-study-bootstrapping-an-online-information-business/#comment-32 Hi Raj, This is Austin from Yugma (www.yugma.com). Your article is very interesting for those starting up small businesses! I would like to encourage you and your readers to take a few minutes to check out Yugma, our web conferencing and collaboration program. On June 22 and July 12 at 11:00 am US Central Time, we will be broadcasting a webinar focused on how online collaboration can help small businesses grow. Yugma is completely focused on being extremely easy, inexpensive, and cross-platform compatible, and our set of features is comprehensive and comes at a price that compares very favorably to others. In addition to having excellent service for Windows users, we’ve been getting great reviews for our ease of use and support for Mac users. We also recently launched support for Linux (8 versions supported), and will shortly be rolling out a Beta test for our upcoming VoIP feature. CNet recognized Yugma this year by selecting us as a finalist in its 2007 Webware 100 Awards. Feature highlights: - Extremely easy-to-use design - Free service connects up to 10 people - Premium services connect up to 500 people - Real-time desktop sharing and collaboration - Mouse and keyboard sharing - Whiteboard and annotating tools - Session recording and playback - Real-time private and public chat - Built-in file sharing - Yugma can be embedded into any website or application - No Spyware, Adware or Malware I encourage you to try our service out. We currently offer 15 days of trial Premium Service, and our basic version is FREE forever. It allows you to invite up to 10 attendees, anytime. As you can see, the features and price are hard to beat! I hope you like what we’ve put together and that it can help you and your readers start a business. We would love to hear your review of Yugma or answer any questions you may have. Just email us at info@yugma.com. Thanks! Best regards, Austin Sponsel ——— Yugma Marketing Team www.yugma.com Hi Raj,

This is Austin from Yugma (www.yugma.com). Your article is very interesting for those starting up small businesses! I would like to encourage you and your readers to take a few minutes to check out Yugma, our web conferencing and collaboration program. On June 22 and July 12 at 11:00 am US Central Time, we will be broadcasting a webinar focused on how online collaboration can help small businesses grow. Yugma is completely focused on being extremely easy, inexpensive, and cross-platform compatible, and our set of features is comprehensive and comes at a price that compares very favorably to others. In addition to having excellent service for Windows users, we’ve been getting great reviews for our ease of use and support for Mac users. We also recently launched support for Linux (8 versions supported), and will shortly be rolling out a Beta test for our upcoming VoIP feature. CNet recognized Yugma this year by selecting us as a finalist in its 2007 Webware 100 Awards.

Feature highlights:
- Extremely easy-to-use design
- Free service connects up to 10 people
- Premium services connect up to 500 people
- Real-time desktop sharing and collaboration
- Mouse and keyboard sharing
- Whiteboard and annotating tools
- Session recording and playback
- Real-time private and public chat
- Built-in file sharing
- Yugma can be embedded into any website or application
- No Spyware, Adware or Malware

I encourage you to try our service out. We currently offer 15 days of trial Premium Service, and our basic version is FREE forever. It allows you to invite up to 10 attendees, anytime. As you can see, the features and price are hard to beat! I hope you like what we’ve put together and that it can help you and your readers start a business. We would love to hear your review of Yugma or answer any questions you may have. Just email us at info@yugma.com. Thanks!

Best regards,
Austin Sponsel
———
Yugma Marketing Team
http://www.yugma.com

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By: Raj Dash http://www.businesscreditcards.com/bootstrapper/case-study-bootstrapping-an-online-information-business/#comment-31 Raj Dash Sun, 17 Jun 2007 14:35:14 +0000 http://www.businesscreditcards.com/bootstrapper/case-study-bootstrapping-an-online-information-business/#comment-31 Thanks, Peter. I'm hoping to delve a bit more into how to offer how-to videos on other sites I write at. Though I'll drop links from here. Apologies for the giant vertical gap of white space. Mindjet MindManager seems to do that when generating the clickable image map. Or it may have something to do with the way WordPress handles the generated code. Thanks, Peter. I’m hoping to delve a bit more into how to offer how-to videos on other sites I write at. Though I’ll drop links from here.

Apologies for the giant vertical gap of white space. Mindjet MindManager seems to do that when generating the clickable image map. Or it may have something to do with the way WordPress handles the generated code.

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By: Peter - Camtasia Guide http://www.businesscreditcards.com/bootstrapper/case-study-bootstrapping-an-online-information-business/#comment-30 Peter - Camtasia Guide Sun, 17 Jun 2007 09:33:01 +0000 http://www.businesscreditcards.com/bootstrapper/case-study-bootstrapping-an-online-information-business/#comment-30 Raj, What a great post! There is no question that how-to videos are hot and that camtasia screencast product growth makes even mushrooms jealous. What an excellent mindmap as well! All the best, Peter Camtasia-Guide.com Raj,

What a great post! There is no question that how-to videos are hot and that camtasia screencast product growth makes even mushrooms jealous.

What an excellent mindmap as well!

All the best,
Peter
Camtasia-Guide.com

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