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Publishing business scares away those wishing to start their own business with a high level of competition, costs and vague prospects due to the active development of the Internet sphere.
Indeed, over the past ten-odd years, several large publishing companies have emerged, to compete with which is almost impossible. Electronic books in their availability and price significantly ahead of the paper edition. Continue reading
The openbusiness.ru website, as part of a joint project of the Information Portals Community, Facilitating Small Business Development, continues a series of interviews with successful entrepreneurs who are ready to share their own business experience and help newcomers take their first steps in business.
“… we decided to put some experiment with Lenar and unleash the magazine either without any initial investment at all, or only with the money that the magazine will gradually begin to bring by itself.” Continue reading
The author of the term “crowdsourcing” – Jeff Howe, who put it into circulation in 2006. Then he, together with the publisher Mark Robinson, published an article in which he described the principle of crowdsourcing and gave examples. In this article, crowdsourcing was more compared to outsourcing, and emphasis was placed on their differences: outsourcing is based on the performance of certain tasks by experts for a monetary reward, and crowdsourcing involves performing work primarily by amateurs and without any monetary payment (or purely symbolic). Continue reading