- Jul 25, 2007
I think it depends on the product you build. If you are building a simple knickknack, building an audience probably won’t work. But if you’re doing some thing like supplements, or anything that is very brand oriented you should build an audience first or at least at the same time.@biophase
I'm trying to build a product business starting with e-commerce then push into B&M stores. Do you have any recommendations any genuine sources of information for building a product businesses?
I'm currently learning from Ryan Moran.
It's a bit confusing, as he teaches you to focus on an audience instead of product, but I have observed plenty of successful product businesses start by innovating on the product side and attracting an audience as a result. ie. MoneyDoc BruMate, Native
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