After brainstorming your brand new idea it is time to put this company into action. The tech industry loves to refer to these new innovative business ideas as “startups” when they are in a heavy growth phase. Marketing is a huge proponent to the success of any startup, regardless of the idea or market base.
That is why I have put together just a few resources for efficient online marketing. You may be surprised at the power of companies to help with promotional tools. It is not easy to find your proper demographics in the large sea of our World Wide Web. It will very likely require time and effort looking through the alternatives. But I do hope my suggestions will provide a nice starting point for developers and founders alike.
This is an collection by Carlbert.
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Over the past few years we have published a large set of tutorial focused on web development techniques. Both frontend and backend code samples are always helpful when you are building new projects. And that is reason enough to go back and check out past tutorials for golden nuggets of codes.
Check out the gallery below comprised of 25 past dev tutorials. The topics include HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, and PHP. There are webapps for all types of developers and hopefully some cool techniques worth looking into a bit deeper. Browse over the individual headlines and be sure to let us know your thoughts in the post discussion area.