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  1. M

    AI app/platform idea feedback - and next steps

    Hello all, I'm new to the forum and to entrepreneurship. I'm in the process of reading Unscripted and it really motivated me to start developing my own software products. I'm a bit overwhelmed by the amount of information available so wanted to ask for some feedback and what my next steps...
  2. M

    Business idea evaluation - Proof (soft) - best way to interview target groups

    Hello all, It's my first post here and I'm excited to be a part of the community. I'm trying to evaluate my business idea - soft proof - and I tried subscribing to a few forums to gain access to the target groups. Unfortunately every forum/group/subreddit I'm trying to join they do not allow...
  3. D

    I want to know what you think about it

    Hello guys I guess I've found a pretty nice business opportunity, and now I am in a part of testing my idea. Recently I found a website which business model was PPC. I checked, and that company made few millions per year in revenu e. This company operates basically in US and few other...
  4. W

    Kill or develop?

    Hi, I recently came up with an interesting business idea that meets the CENTS premise, and I needed a soft proof if my idea would appeal to the market mind. I conducted a survey in which about 60% of the respondents said they would be interested in my product. I wanted to further test the...
  5. Alin Farah

    Failing to verify my Idea with the Marketmind

    Hi I generated the concept that multi-vendor e-commerce sites that focus on rental products are not providing a complete end-to-end solution for both lenders and borrowers. I discovered this through language patterns, from people talking about looking for a service where they can rent out...
  6. lkggeorge

    Soft Proofing with Gartner & Forrester

    Hi everyone, I just finished reading MJ's latest book, The Great Rat Race Escape. In the book, he mentioned using Gartner & Forrester to find out whether my idea would be worth pursuing. I didn't quite understand what that meant? I navigated through their website and even called the company rep...
  7. O

    Soft Proof and Prototype

    Hi fastlaners. I have a product in mind, it doesn't fill a "need" but I think it warrants a pretty good "want". I am looking into getting a prototype made but before spending all that money I need some soft proof that there actually will be demand for it. However, I can see that as soon as I...
  8. Florian

    Experimenting a little bit..

    Hey guys and girls, One of the challenges that I discovered in the beginning where the paralysis of not knowing where to start. Everything is a potential opportunity and I was afraid I could be stuck not knowing what to do even before I started. So I decided to just take one product which...
  9. maciejmyslinski

    Idea: SAAS that helps to really engage with clients through social media

    Howdy! I just listen to the entire UNSCRIPTED in under a week and it was one of the best books I ever read! Now, I value your time so let's keep it short. I have a business idea that originates from Gary Vaynerchuk's The Thank You Economy concept. Problem: Your company uses social media...
  10. NoahK

    CENTS Evaluation/Kinetic Execution

    I'm feeling pretty good after finishing UNSCRIPTED a while ago. Instead of wasting time playing a mobile game, I thought I'd take an idea through a CENTS Evaluation as part of the first step of Kinetic Execution described in UNSCRIPTED. (If you haven't yet, go read it.) This would be my first...