You’ve got some paying customers who love your app, now it’s time to start telling more people about it. This week we share some of our own experiences about marketing apps.
All of your preparation up until this point will pay off. In this episode we discuss proven methods for pitching your product to prospects.
Guest: Doug Keefe from able.fm
Let me share the story of how I found a starving crowd of buyers for my new book using Amazon.
I was recently reading up on self-publishing and I came across a book called APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur – How to Publish a Book by Guy Kawasaki. Continue reading…
In part 3 of our series entitled “Building Your Minimum Viable Product”, we share our experiences about validating your idea. Idea Validation means that before you decide to build a product you make sure that people what what it.
Guest: Amy Kauffman
Learn more about choosing a Green Light market from The Foundation.
This week we officially launched our podcast series, “Building Your Minimum Viable Product” with part 1, Choosing a Market. 7 entrepreneurs shared their experiences and techniques for determining which niché market to serve.
This week we had some really special guests who all shared their unique approaches to closing a sale. We also have two special offers for you today:
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Want to know if there is a market for your product? Set a goal of pre-selling to 10 people. If they buy it you might just have a viable product.
This week, we talk about "Idea Validation" - how to ensure your business idea will sell before you build it. We also dig in a little deeper into Pre-selling: how to collect payments, how to initiate pre-sales, when to pre-sell, and more.
Featuring: Phil MacNevin, Josh Isaak, Ian Serlin, Tom Casano