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Pics of our new AppMakr office in San Francisco

Jerry, our marketing specialist at AppMakr, just got some great pics of our new office in San Francisco.

We've recently expanded from DC out to SF as our AppMakr "do it yourself" iPhone creation platform has continued to gain phenomenal traction.  What better place than San Francisco to launch a product?!

I've been in full-on fundraising mode most of the summer, and within a few weeks I'll post a super in-depth blog about the fundraising process out here in Silicon Valley.  If you haven't already, you should grab my RSS feed or subscribe to this blog (top right of the page) so you can get updates when I post new entries!

Here's our address in San Francisco.  Come stop by if you're in the area.  We're located in SOMAcentral, an awesome technology innovation hotspot.

AppMakr.com153 Townsend St, Suite 9057San Francisco, CA 94107

Jerry, our marketing specialist at AppMakr, just got some great pics of our new office in San Francisco. We've recently expanded from DC out to SF as our AppMakr "do it yourself" iPhone creation platform has continued to gain phenomenal traction.  What better place than San Francisco to launch a product?! I've been in full-on fundraising mode most of the summer, and within a few weeks I'll post a super in-depth blog about the fundraising process out here in Silicon Valley.  If you haven't already, you should grab my RSS feed or subscribe to this blog (top right of the page) so you can get updates when I post new entries! Here's our address in San Francisco.  Come stop by if you're in the area.  We're located in SOMAcentral, an awesome technology innovation hotspot. AppMakr.com153 Townsend St, Suite 9057San Francisco, CA 94107

No, really. It doesn't have to be perfect. Just get it launched.

On The Best of Sett

I get so many entrepreneurs telling me that their product isn't ready to be launched. While you definitely have to have something to launch, you almost surely don't need something as good as you think.

As a reminder, here's what the Amazon.com site looked like when it launched:

You might say, "but that was a long time ago. the world has changed." Oh yeah? Here's what Twitter's site looked like in 2006 when it launched:

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