Helpful small business organizations
It’s a pretty old post, but there’s a few organizations I hadn’t considered from the list. Like any startup, your goal is to gain traction by acquiring users or paying customers.
Arizona Small Business Convention
Good opportunity to share your small business product or service with others.
This TED talk encourages us, as startup-minded individuals & founders, to look at and think about our products / services differently, and in so doing, potentially trigger a different rationale within the mindset of our target markets for faster adoption and (gasp) momentum.
The purpose of beets is to get your music collection right once and for all. It catalogs your collection, automatically improving its metadata as it goes using the MusicBrainz database. Then it provides a bouquet of tools for manipulating and accessing your music.
Balsamiq is a rapid wireframing tool that helps you Work Faster & Smarter. It reproduces the experience of sketching on a whiteboard, but using a computer.
Continue reading Links and nuggets 5 March 2014
Customer Development Labs
Looks almost like a step-by-step to getting interviews with potential customers by cold emailing them. Could be worth the effort.
I recently crafted an online survey to validate an idea for a business that I had. I used Google Forms and found a tutorial that walked me through hosting it, completely customized, on an independent site. I spent way too much time jerking around with customizing Google’s source and making the form look pretty and functional. I could have solved my problem using Mach Forms and will definitely use this product in the future.