Hi! I'm opening this thread so that we can put different steps in a specific order, putting the image together of how to get started with an online business from a technical perspective. We know already we need a marketing strategy, good programmer to develop a website, and good business plan. Let's say our startup idea is a website where people have to sign up for its content, or parts of the content. There are few questions and ideas I have, that could benefit many who want to start in the online business world: Creating a website - obviously. Or register a business first (do we even need to register a business anywhere?) Choose methods of payment for subscription, yes. But do we enclose that at the very first launch day of the website, or collect subscribers first, and then introduce Pro features? Is there any way our website can contain a 'field' with a content from other platform (more of a programming question)? I.e. take typeform.com which allows you to create surveys. You get a html link to the survey and normally it pops out in a separate window. Any way to include it within the website, in a designated field (e.g. after text in the 'About Us' section), instead of users having to open the link in a separate window? Let's say we want to include information and direct quotes from other websites- e.g. information of The Big Four companies (e.g. their Values, Mission Statement) - no copyright issues? Since they release this content and make it widely available. Anything else that comes to your mind, post and let's discuss it.