Wednesday May 11, 2005 12:22 am
Developing Your Angle
Working on narrowing down all the aspects of your online presence can be mind-boggling. While you may have your ideas right on the tip of your tongue, it is very common to come down with a case of the startup “writers block”. When this happens, it is always a good idea to grab a pad and paper and start surfing. Find those websites which you want to take after (or take over!), essentially refreshing your market research. Scribble down the taglines that interest you, note down impressive design schemes, and start developing your own ideas based off of this information. One great resource you can use is del.iciou.us, as just about any concept you can think of can be found using tags. Remember, ideas are not something that can be copyrighted, but just about anything else can be. When doing your brainstorming, be sure to respect the intellectual property of those sites you visit.
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