How to start a startup without code


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How to start a startup without knowing any code what so ever. Make it easy on your self and get started on building your online business today.

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How to start a startup without code

  1. 1. How To Start A Startup Without Writing Code
  2. 2. What is a Startup? A company that is in the first stage of its operations.
  3. 3. Unspoken Rule: To launch a startup, you need to build a product and to do that you need someone that can write code.
  4. 4. A growing number of startups are jumping right in to serve customers in any way possible - heading right for their first paying customers. By the time they start building a product, they already have a humming business. How are they doing it?
  5. 5. Successful founders all know one thing: it's more important to serve a customer than it is to build a product. Focus on Serving Customers Instead of Building a Product
  6. 6. E - commerce Use e-commerce services to accept payments and even subscriptions using "hosted payment pages" - requiring zero code.
  7. 7. Let your customers interact with you through sophisticated online forms you can publish (and brand) using dragand-drop editors. Online Forms
  8. 8. Support Knowledge Base And Community Forum Build a support knowledge base and community forum You can do that with: Zendesk, Uservoice, GetSatisfaction
  9. 9. Copy-paste Widgets From Around The Web Use copy-paste widgets from around the web. Ex: Contact forms Skype buttons Live Chat
  10. 10. Use simple-yet-sophisticated website creators to publish your central website and glue together all the tools into one presence.
  11. 11. WordPress itself is free, and you can purchase inexpensive plugins that automatically transform your website into a membership site, ecommerce portal, social network, and even daily deals site. Wordpress is one of the most incredible tools on the web for non-technical entrepreneurs. There's a bit of a learning curve, depending on how you want to use it, but definitely a faster option than finding a developer or learning to code. WordPress
  12. 12. Put It All Together Go back to that core customer need, and think of how to satisfy it by any means. Now how can you make that solution accessible? What would the process be for finding you and reaching out? How can you charge and provide support? Chances are good that you can pull it all off yourself. If not, consider starting a bit smaller than you originally imagined, if only to start generating revenues today and fund your development.
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