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EBusiness Development - 6 Principles to Power Your EBusiness 

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Slide 1: ==== ==== Here's a great tool to turn your spare time into spare cash on the internet: http://tiny.ly/5sSY ==== ==== I am constantly asked what the keys to launching a successful eBusiness are.   There are no rules or magic formula for success. However, there are certain things to remember when coming up with the next powerful eBusiness. 1-      Be unique - If your intention is to launch the next eBay you better not do it. Why? Because eBay already exists! When explaining your idea do you start the sentence with, "I want to be like eBay, but...."? If so, it can be a recipe for disaster. Your idea/concept could be entirely different, but your philosophy of starting is dangerous because your business' entire existence is based on eBay or some other big softwaregiant not doing what you want to do. 2-      Leverage existing services when possible - Any chance you have of success depends on platforms and ease of collecting users. What if there was a way to just use an existing large ebusiness/website/portal as the base of your application instead of trying to create a new base on your own? Think about all of those companies that make mobile applications for the iPhone. They didn't create a new platform (ie; a cell phone), rather they just made a program that could sit on a platform/cell phone that is incredibly popular. Use the same philosophy when making a web application. If your program requires a lot of people using it evaluate if it is better to make it a Facebook application instead of trying to drive users to another platform.  3-      Easy for a positive outcome - Every successful eBusiness has a 'critical path' they want users to take. In most cases it is to create an account with their eBusiness and use their services. They make these processes kindergarten easy. Registering with the site is usually a few basic fields - name, email address, DOB and some other standard info.  Using your services shouldn't require a degree in computer science either. Use well laid out pages, without, excessive scrolling and plenty of road maps to help drive the user on the critical path. Maybe your eBusiness critical path doesn't involve a sign up and instead wants the users to read the blog or take a survey. Regardless of what it is it has to be easy for your users to follow the critical path and not go astray and drive on the road to a different website.  4-      Solve a problem you know exists - Most eBusinesses are results of problems the founders had and couldn't find an answer for. Napster was an eBusiness developed by a few kids trying to share music and song files in a way better than IRC or Lycos.   The fame and notoriety came after the fact. In the worst case scenario the founders would have at least created a better way to get music for themselves - in the end that was all they wanted anyway. Think along those lines when developing an eBusiness. Think about ways you do things on the Internet and how it could be improved
Slide 2: upon. Don't worry about a business plan or capital financing - if you have the means to improve on something, do it. Chances are other people have the same problem. 5-      Work on your ground game in addition to viral growth- You could have the most valuable eBusiness application in the world on your computer, but it doesn't mean anything unless you get people using it.  This will require significant legwork, but at least it is a business 101 procedure. Identify the kind of people you want using your product, go where they are (virtually or physically) and yell at the top of your lungs about how you can solve a problem they have. I know, you're thinking that things on the web grow virally. You're right, they do. People tell other people about cool things that solve their problems. However, there is no reason why you can't put gas to an already burning flame to increase the fire. Don't worry. Even the best, brightest, richest and most successful companies in the world have a ground-game to entice action from the public. Look at all the advertising giants like McDonalds and Coca-Cola do.   6-      Have Faith - Understand that in the world of eBusiness the term 'finished product' doesn't exist (unless your company becomes a finished product to a competitor that is) and things don't happen overnight. A child doesn't learn to ride a bike the first time they sit on it. There will be some tough times in even the most successful launches. You will have to keep improving your product and evolving the product to keep the people saying yes to you happy and entice new people to say yes to you. From a technical side think of ways to integrate with other complimentary applications and from a business side think of ways to grow users or solve more problems that will keep people coming back for more. Win by being different, standing on the shoulders of giants, keeping it simple, solving a problem and sharing the solution with the world. About the Author - Sajeel Qureshi, MBA, is the VP of Operations at Computan Ltd. (http://www.computan.com) a leading global web development and design firm. Sajeel works with hundreds of businesses of various natures and structures to develop web services customized specifically for them. He is also in charge of Computan's eBusiness Planning Division that works with entrepreneurs and organizations interested in creating web-based businesses and helping them with business planning, product development (through Computan's software development division) and support. He can be reached at Sajeel@computan.com Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Sajeel_Qureshi
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