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5 Ways to Bootstrap Your Startup

The conflicting (frequently unsolicited) advice startup entrepreneurs too often hear is enough to make you tune it all out. Either you’re told that you need to go big and grab all the angel or VC money you can get your hands on, or that you should start small, do it on your own, and retain control of your company.

But bootstrapping a startup is not easy, requiring discipline and fortitude, as well as ingenuity. But entrepreneurs who have done it have discovered some best practices to increase the odds of success.

Serial entrepreneur Rachel Blankstein is bootstrapping her latest startup, Comparz, the largest independent user review site for businesses seeking Web-based software.

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