There has never been a better time in history to be a person with technical skills and entrepreneurial drive.
Fresno, Calif. (PRWEB) July 28, 2009
Micropreneurship is about building and marketing niche software products and web applications.
A Micropreneur is a highly technical entrepreneur who values time, location and income independence; in other words, the ability to control when and where she works, and how much money she makes. Micropreneurs automate ruthlessly and use outsourcing extensively.
The goals of a Micropreneur are simple: retain the ability to write code, support themselves financially with no employees, and work when and where they like.
About The Academy
The Micropreneur Academy is a paid community of solo software entrepreneurs who've come to learn how to go from product idea to successful launch. They also support one another through the private forums and a members-only LinkedIn group.
The Academy follows a structured blueprint for finding a viable niche, building or buying a product, launching, marketing, and supporting it...all as a one-person software company.
In just over three months the Academy has hundreds of posts to the private forums, and a number of software products and web applications built by Academy members have either launched or will be launching in the next month.
Products such as social photo sharing app Pixur.me, online mind mapping tool ThoughtMuse, web based proposal software BidSketch, domain name idea engine HotNameList, foreclosure listing site flip-start, and several others...
Rob is the main force behind the Academy, but guest contributors include Bob Walsh, author of Micro-ISV: From Vision to Reality, and Ian Ozsvald of ProCasts.co.uk.
The Academy is $97 per month but special pricing is available for those on the pre-launch mailing list (sign up at micropreneur.com).
As Rob says "There has never been a better time in history to be a person with technical skills and entrepreneurial drive."
More About Rob Walling
Rob Walling is the author of Software by Rob (http://www.softwarebyrob.com), a blog about solo software entrepreneurship that's read by more than 20,000 people each month. Rob owns a web-based invoicing product called DotNetInvoice and is the author of numerous technical articles on ASP.NET. His consulting firm, The Numa Group, performs ASP.NET development for customers throughout the United States. Rob received a double B.S. in Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering from the University of California, Davis.