I think the most important thing to remember is you get what you pay for, most of the time. If you want higher quality work you are going to want to look for some place other than fiverr. I know some people who have had great experiences working with people on elance.com to build a website, and I have heard some horror stories as well. When you use these sites, enter so at your own risk and you might find some gems. Good Luck!
I am in the process of starting a sports fan website and mobile app, with a check-in feature, user-interaction, and sports news updates. I am fresh out of college with a degree in entrepreneurship and excited to get my first venture off the ground. I have been working on this project for several months and am finding out how little I know, and how different real world application is, compared to reading it in a textbook. As a young entrepreneur I want to gain as much knowledge, so I can avoid as many "first time mistakes" as possible. I was wondering what advice experienced entrepreneurs would have? Also if I want to approach experts in the industry I am going into, where is a great place to start? We have received start-up funding and have contracted a great U.S based developer. Thanks in advance for any advice.