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Do NOT buy any startup courses before learning this crucial process!
You don't need an academy to get ideas - The best way to find solutions is directly from the source of the problem.
I'll teach you everything you need to smoothly talk your way into prospect's mind and have them reveal what can be resolved.
The problem with new software appications is that they are created prior to talking with a potential market. It's like shooting first and asking questions later.The most successful entrepreneurs realize a problem and create the software solution while getting feedback from its market.
In this course you will learn:
Templates and scripts included with step-by-step instructions.
|Section 1: The Idea Seeking Process|
This course is a blueprint to finding innovative business ideas in a specific niche. You will learn methods which are vital to the success of a product.
|Businesses advertise in many places so those can be profitable industries to pick. Consider magazines and newspapers. There are magazines for almost any business industry. Publishers post articles interviewing people about market trends. Getting into a competitive market is actually fine because at least you know people are buying.|
|Make a list when finding leads.|
|http://superpages.com http://yellowpages.com http://dir.yahoo.com/business_and_economy http://www.entrepreneur.com/ http://usadata.com http://infousa.com Search for "forum + [industry name]". to find forums. Once you register to a forum, look for the "new members" section to tell people you're doing…|
|Section 2: Contacting Prospects|
|Ways used to increase your response rate from sending carefully worded email messages.|
|Fill in the bracket parts with your information for these carefully worded messages written to increase response rate.|
|Set up your email signature and use BCC|
|This example documents my emailing method and the results I received.|
|Asking for people's opinions is the easiest way to get them to respond then you refine your questions to extract ideas from their work challenges.|
|First try to schedule appointments by email for a telephone discussion.|
|Dialogue for cold and warm calls. Statements which prevent your call from sounding awkward like a sales call. Refining questions to ask so you can really get specific answers for an idea out of the conversation.|
|Section 3: Confirming the Idea|
|This describes how you come up with a price for your idea, by comparing it to current expenses the business owner has.|
|Questions to ask yourself which determine the viability of your idea.|
|Questions to ask yourself and questions to ask your prospect to determine outcome of success.|
|Section 4: Final Comments and Motivation|
Tom Rutka is a web developer specializing in improving usability, performance, click-through conversions, and optimization. He also likes the psychology behind human computer interaction. His past work includes a/b testing scripts, government clients such as the Department of State, USPS, American Institute for Research, Southern Command. Tom has also participated in startups having developed while traveling globally. He made a tourist scheduler while in Brazil and a social directory for dance.
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