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Incredible story and shows how you should be able to focus on what actually works not the product you want others to buy.
This point is so important for founders...
"Try to prove yourself wrong rather than right. I’m starting here because this process is often the opposite of what we do when we’re developing product. We tend to start with an idea for a product or feature, then try to find use cases for it, from those use cases we then intuit which problems we’re really solving, and finally, who may want to use or buy this product."
Great related read: https://growthhackers.com/articles/speed-as-a-habit/
That makes two of us. :)
Thanks for checking my post out, Dani. I really, really, really hate posts on this topic that recommend a one-size fits all approach. :)
As always, it depends. Love that this post gives a framework for making the decision instead of recommending a one-size fits all approach.
Thanks Tad... I have been doing these for quiet a while and looking forward to have some quality backlinks soon.
Thanks a lot for your suggestions.
I love MailChimps pricing model because it's freemium based on usage, and it grows with your business. IIRC they label tiers to match up with a companies level/status, "growing business plan". Business don't mind paying more as their business grows, because they're growing with MailChimp. Smart.
Important point about diversifying your acquisition channels, especially early on. You never know what will work until you try, and early-on you have a lot of freedom to try a lot of things with relatively little risk. Big advantage for startups over established companies.
A topic like SEO is also B2B and it's no problem. The fewer existing websites - aka competition - there is in your niche the better. You can be the first person to create go to content and other link magnets. There will always be questions on forums, on Quora etc.
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