Thursday, November 09, 2006

Big-Ticket Success with Small-Ticket Costs

Today's New York Times has a great feature about entrepreneurs who have taken a frugal path to creating big-ticket success on the Internet. The profile includes comments from the founder of Digg.

In the last couple of years, hundreds of other Internet start-up companies in Silicon Valley and elsewhere have followed a similar trajectory. Unlike most companies formed during the first Internet boom, which were built on costly technology and marketing budgets, many of the current crop of Internet start-ups have gone from zero to 60 on a shoestring.--New York Times

Here's the link.



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