Local website Entrepreneurship 5 puzzles of traditional media man

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, a friend of traditional media, who wants to invest in a pen and goes into business and chooses the direction of a local web site, comes to ask how a local website works. That had been the traditional media to digital is a puzzle, everything seems good things finally made difficult, very interesting. To sum up, the friends of traditional media want to start business through the Internet. Before you ask me how to do it, you must ask yourself the following questions:

1. Can you deal with the system problem,

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system, this thing is like siege, people outside the system desperately want to squeeze in, the system of people restless, rushed out. Every year the civil service exam is a place for thousands of people, and every year there will be tens of thousands of civil servants can not stand the loneliness of the glacier, blood boiling out. As for the system, the media people should consider the following specific circumstances:

1, are you suitable for survival within the system or outside the system? The truth doesn’t need me to say, you know.

How does the

2, the institutional reform of the website’s affiliated enterprise? The network media without the ownership of the traditional media, have 2 outcomes for you: done, changed, done, eliminated. Venture so hard, they do not have any guarantee, do a belly twins surrogate mother, when you watched their children being taken away, who can know the sorrow of

?How does

3 relate to the system, such as management rights, financial rights, personnel rights, and the relationship employees?.

4, do not think out of the system, entrepreneurship is very cattle hero, you may only see the hero was surrounded by flowers praise, never seen a hero beaten. Please look at Ma biography, at the beginning, MA in order to feed the company, even small traders have done. This system can be used, muddleheaded, actually also ran not worldly things. You can hate him, also can love him, when you’re broken, from the economic, family pressure will come there, Renzouchaliang sense of loss.

two, what kind of early resources will you get?

I found a lot of people within the system of others money used, do not know the number. Others give you 1 million business, you feel a lot, give you 1 hundred million, you think not much. Please learn to make a business plan, in fact, after you have done it, you can leave the contents behind. What you need is the process of making the plan. Early resources are nothing more than two:

1,

to you how much less money? You will die trying, you will have a lot of money pressure.

2, what early resources can rub? Website business, no flow can not, you can choose two ways: boil, rub. It means that a long time, money enough? Willpower can persist? Team will not loose Undue delay may bring trouble.?. Rub means immediate results, can not rub the huge, accurate, continuous flow of resources. No, you do not know can not say.

three, can you turn from a scholar?

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