It’s been a while since I launched a whole new project, the last one was Startup Interns, and that was about a year ago, and the project is doing pretty well. Today I would like to announce Webmica, a company offering subscription-based and one-off services related to WordPress and targeting entrepreneurs, self-employed individuals, small to medium size businesses.
What is Webmica?
Webmica is going to be the fastest way to get a WordPress site up and running without having to worry about settings, configuration, plugins, security, etc. The best way to explain that is with a little tour.
Step one. Visit Webmica.com and select a plan.
Step two. Tell us the location of your current site.
Step three. Visit a demo site showcasing your existing content (we’ll create this site).
Step four. Provide feedback, approve. That’s all!
We will take care of your website so you can take care of your business. See some of the services included in every plan: … Introducing Webmica
Summer is already here and internship opportunities out there still abound. There are many job sites listing opportunities as well as job fair and hiring events organized by large size companies. Yet, internships and regular job opportunities at startup companies are difficult to find. There are smaller events such as meetups where students and startups can find each other and maybe start a relationship. These type of networking events might work, but they are hard to scale and don’t reach as many people as an online marketplace can. Therefore, after doing some research and testing the idea with a Google form, I decided to write some code and deploy this website. It is a new marketplace for interns and startups. … A new marketplace for Interns and Internships
I have always been surprised by the amount of people who need each other but can’t see a way to find each other. This is the problem that online marketplaces try to resolve, some do it good and some others fail to work because they don’t gain the attraction of both suppliers and customers.
With this post, I would like to introduce you to a new marketplace that attempts to connect people looking for internships at local Startups and Small businesses and Startups looking for Interns.
Why is this needed?
I was looking around and noticed that while most large corporations have many ways to reach out to students or anyone else looking for internships – Small Business and Startups don’t have that same advantage or resources. This affects both the Startups and people looking for internships with interesting Startups or Small Businesses. … Interns and Internships
This is the message I received this morning from Kickstarter about my campaign failing because it didn’t get funded:
We’re sorry to report that your project, The Undocumented Engineer, didn’t meet its funding goal.
We know how much hard work goes into running a project. You’ve made tremendous progress by launching and working to build a community around your idea.
As you’re figuring out your next steps, don’t forget to keep your backers in the loop. They’re your biggest fans and are probably interested in following along with your progress. You can post an update or send them a message to let them know about your plans for your project.