So many people blog about new Web 2.0 startups. People take inspirations from these startups and come up with their own unique ideas to launch new Web 2.0 companies. Many people like being copy-cats. They not only take inspirations from big players, e.g. Digg, but also try to copy the whole concept.
No matter if you’re a copy-cat startup or someone with an unique Web 2.0 business concept, once you launch a company, there’s always risk involved. A small mistake in the idea-execution-process and you end up biting the dust. What can you do to save your company from getting lost in history?
Learn from the deads.
Yup. That’s the answer. Try to catch the weak points that sent so many companies to the TC deadpool and learn from their mistakes.