Groupon made targeting small businesses popular for startups again. Even if their big IPO flops they’ve created an anti-walmart “I’m going to target the little guy” mentality and that’s exciting. One startup that’s targeting the “little guy” is Kngroo. This is their story in their words.
Even before you launch it’s important that you LOVE every single person that signs up. These are the people that are going to either pay your bills and sing your praises or move onto a competitor.
Lee Hambley is a gambler. I know this because he was one of the first people to take a chance on KickoffLabs. Because of that I’ve been looking forward to posting the Watched.it story. So here it is in his words.
We believe that we’ll grow when you all succeed. So we’re going to keep posting tips here to help you drive more signups to your launch site.
One of the most frequent questions we get is how we can help you get noticed. Last week we became the FIRST landing page service that actually helps you get discovered!
Running a service like [KickoffLabs](https://kickofflabs.com comes with an interesting moral dilemma.
When someone signs up for your site/service/list you get a second chance to make a first impression… But how should you use it? Here are some general guidelines and a good example from a [KickoffLabs](https://kickofflabs.com customer.
Every day I see tweets like this that piss me off: