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June 17, 2014, 11:56:12 PM
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So you think its worth around $2500 just to view your credentials? Let alone 20k to bring you on a team member, that is the craziest thing I have ever heard. Stock in the company yes, paying you up front lawls.

Don't bother with him he's just trolling you. Your idea sound very promising. If you'd like some logo designs for your project i'd be willing to give you them at a discount feel free to PM me.

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June 18, 2014, 12:30:31 AM
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Still looking for good people! Talked to a large product placement company, they do those giant racks of gift cards in walmart, target, foodlion, and other large retailers. They liked it  Cool

If some girl you just started talking to asked you if you think she's fat, would you ever say yes?

Similarly the unfortunate thing about when entrepreneurs describe their idea to others is that most people will "like" it.

Often, the best market research is conducted by trying to validate specific hypotheses rather than looking for feedback for a whole solution you envisioned.
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June 18, 2014, 03:49:58 AM
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You should at the LEAST announce your space or industry. I come from a 'business management' background and I can tell you 'business management' is very different in many industries. Yes there are transferable skills but do you want any specific knowledge? Otherwise this team is sorta a flop from the start IMO.

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June 18, 2014, 03:57:24 AM
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Still looking for good people! Talked to a large product placement company, they do those giant racks of gift cards in walmart, target, foodlion, and other large retailers. They liked it  Cool

If some girl you just started talking to asked you if you think she's fat, would you ever say yes?

Similarly the unfortunate thing about when entrepreneurs describe their idea to others is that most people will "like" it.

Often, the best market research is conducted by trying to validate specific hypotheses rather than looking for feedback for a whole solution you envisioned.

I did, I found a problem and then created a solution.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=siMZHRlBiQs

You are correct, thats why I ask to see credentials or past work to see if people fit in where needed.


Have not even worked on the site yet, so before you comment lol

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