eB4T Features -
1. Paper Materials
So now you've got you're idea development in progress.
What else should you do?
Well, if you are planning to go to meetings and/or talk to someone about your idea you should have a business card. It should have your logo, and your contact information on it (website address, email address, home address, phone number, fax number, etc).
If you are planning to send letters, you should consider corporate stationary (basically, your logo on everything). It should also have all of the contact information mentioned above, so that a customer or client can easily reach you.
What other kind of paper materials might you need? Little sticky pads (to write notes to yourself) are always useful. They come in a variety of different colors too!
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Hmm... So you've been developing your website on your hard drive space at home, and it isn't up for the world to see yet.
Yet. You will need to find somebody to host your website (ie, give you space to put your information online). eB4T recommends Hypermart because it gives businesses free hosting. Check it out, http://www.hypermart.net
What other online materials do you need? Well you need an email address, that should be used as your "company" email. It should make sense, and if possible somewhat apply to your company name (YourBizName@aol.com).
You could even make an "online" business card available to download from your website, by creating a website with your logo and contact information on it. Which is convenient, because then if a client or customer wants to contact you by phone (and they are too lazy to get online) they can just look up your information from their own hard drive!
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What OTHER materials could you possibly need?!
Well, if you are a teen entrepreneur, you might be worried about being taken seriously at a young age.
How about looking into a nice shirt with your logo on it? It generates an air of "seriousness" about you, and will add credibility to your company name.
Other idea options are hats or watches with your logo. Or if you are an "older" teen entrepreneur, and are already driving... How about painting your logo on your car?
Just kidding. The next section "Building Your Identity", will give you some ideas of how to effectively market and advertise your new business/idea.
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