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- Oct 27, 2017
Thanks a lot! You are right, nobody would steal my idea for a saturated market. So the idea is coloring books. Since I am already a fiction writer, I also hope that the additional content would help me with amazon algorithm. But this is not the main reason. The main reason is, that I have practiced pen drawing my whole life, I just didn‘t see what I should do with it, because it seemed just too ridiculous to make money with such a simple skill . Now I finally see the elephant in the room.It's hard to answer that without knowing what your product is. If it's a very oversaturated market as you say, I don't think you need to fear others stealing your idea at this point. And, if you're truly bringing your own unique value to it, all the better. No one can take your special personality from it.
Without knowing what it is, I imagine the answer is to keep putting the idea in front of your audience--as a discussion at first, proof-of-concept next, prototype small offering, etc. I'm learning that when I feel uncomfortable that I'm taking too much of a risk in my time or money, it's because I'm losing confidence that there's a market. If I had people asking me for it, it'd be a no-brainer, right? So, that uncomfortable feeling is my signal to take a pause and go find my audience again and ask questions. Be ready for flat out rejection, or sharp critique, or empty promises of purchases. Everything. Get a thick skin on and take my ego out of the equation. Go solve their problem. If I have a solution without a problem, I've lost my focus on the goal of solving people's problems in a way that is a win for everyone.
I have checked a lot of different coloring books on amazon. There is still demand, according to the reviews. I have list of things, that people like/dislike, and can clearly see why some books are loved and most are not.
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