This week’s articles address how to prevent regulations from slowing the growth of your start-up, discuss what to do if you’re launching a business aimed at handling crowdfunding transactions while start-up regulations remain on hold, tell the story of a start-up founder who turned an eBay fashion store into a $100 million Web retailer, and give instructions on how to conduct an SEO audit of your website.
Complying with Regulations Doesn’t Have to Slow Down Your Start-up – Shellye Archambeau, Xconomy
When starting up, it’s key to understand regulations that affect your line of business and establish a flexible regulatory compliance program.
WeFunder and the Creeping Democratization of Startup Finance – Walter Frick, BostInno
WeFunder has found that start-up finance is gradually on its way to becoming more democratic, although crowdfunding regulations are still pending.
Naughty in Name Only – Nicole Perlroth, The New York Times
Sophia Amoruso’s creativity and resourcefulness allowed her to turn her ebay fashion store, NastyGal, into a web retailer with nearly $100 million in sales.
How to Do an SEO Audit of Your Website – AJ Kumar, Entrepreneur
Business owners should conduct periodic assessments to determine whether or not changes need to be made to their SEO practices.