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New Creative Web Ideas?
How to fix financial burden or search investors?

 8:17 pm on Sep 16, 2010 (gmt 0)

We have some creative ideas for web presence and growth (which will have good ROI and reputation build up in future) but:

1. How to sell your idea?
2. You have some unique idea but you lack financial problems, how to implement that idea and find investors?
3. How to make investor understand your unique idea?
4. How to find or get involved with open source technologies to implement your idea?
5. Best possible way to get idea implemented inhouse without any problems?

A low 2 figure (XX) million investment to generate atleast 10-25 BIG portals in next 3 years for an emerging country.



 9:24 pm on Sep 16, 2010 (gmt 0)

In today's economy - and with the lessons of the dot.com bubble as a reference - most investors will not be interested in a mere idea. You need to at least have something built to the prototype level rather than just a concept, something that concretely demonstrates the idea's potential to monetize, once it scales.


 6:49 am on Sep 17, 2010 (gmt 0)

Hi tedster,
You are absolutely right, anyone will be more interested to get a proper ROI in future.
We have an existing website as an example which is a very good example to keep in front with the investors, we can make several portals like same in a span of 3 years with high quality of content targetting specific niches.
A company with more then 150+ content developers.

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