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If you run or work at a small web design or development firm, WebsiteSpark might be for you! WebsiteSpark is Microsoft’s new global program who goal is to help small web companies succeed.
What do you get with WebsiteSpark? I put together a little graphic that explains it pretty quickly:
If you can answer “yes” to the two questions below, you are!
Once you join WebsiteSpark, there’s a simple obligation: in order to continue participating in WebsiteSpark, you must deploy a new public, internet-accessible website developed using the tools and tech given to you by WebsiteSpark within 6 months of joining.
You can stay in WebsiteSpark for up to 3 years. On the first and second anniversary of your initial enrollment, you must update it – that is, confirm your company hasn’t gone public or its ownership hasn't changed.
No, but we have a program for you – it’s called BizSpark.
Dude, we have something just for you! It’s called DreamSpark.
The details about the program are at the WebsiteSpark site. Check it out, and if it’s right for you, sign up!
[This article also appears in my personal tech blog, Global Nerdy.]