It’s my newest project with a new business model for me: a physical product! I need some volunteers—sign up to be a part of the physical product experiment!
Too many people waste time and money building a product that is never going to sell. Learn 6 ways in which you can determine whether or not the product and idea you’re working on is one that your audience will pay you for.
The Smart Podcast Player was launched to a limited group of beta users in June of 2014. Since then, the cart has been closed as my team and I have been listening to feedback, tweaking, improving and adding new features to the product, and today, it’s finally back out of hibernation for it’s public release! I couldn’t be more proud, and there were lots of important lessons learned along the way. Here are my top 7 lessons learned from building up this piece of software…and it wasn’t always smooth sailing either. Check it out.
The no-fail approach to product creation is to create a great product or service that you want to use. It’s as simple as that.
Whatever business model you have, or product you offer your customers, remember this: benefits sell, features don’t.
Test your online product before it is even made with the Sales Pages Test. Try it out and let me know how it works for testing your online product!
If you want to really test your online product’s viability before it’s made, try a lead capture.
A two-phase process can help you better test your online product. First, engage with your audience, and then present a solution to their problem.