Entrepreneur Corner: New rules for the bubble and incorporation choices

Here’s the latest from VentureBeat’s Entrepreneur Corner.

Where should you incorporate your LLC? – The lures and temptations of certain states are like a siren song to some entrepreneurs, but attorney Curtis Smolar warns that there are some important factors you’ll need to keep in mind before leaping to a decision on the matter.

4 ways to create innovative business software that sticks – For every piece of business software that finds a userbase, there are dozens that fail. Andrew Filev, CEO of Wrike, gives tips on how to ensure your application is one of the winners.

New rules for the new internet bubble – Few would argue that a new bubble is building in the tech world. But serial entrepreneur Steve Blank notes that the rules are different this time – and the way most startups have been doing business lately might need to be changed if they’re going to survive.

5 things to consider before embracing cloud computing – The cloud is the buzzword of the day – and a lot of startups are relying heavily on it to keep costs down. Paul Schmidt, founder and president of Photodex, isn’t convinced, though – and offers a checklist of factors you’ll need to weigh before committing to a cloud server. Not doing so, he says, could ultimately cost you your business.

What motivates serial entrepreneurs? – Serial entrepreneurs are a rare breed, but what makes them tick? Wences Casares and Meyer Malka, who both happen to be serial entrepreneurs, attempt to answer that question in this Entrepreneur Thought Leader Lecture given at Stanford University.