product development

How to Use Amazon Reviews for Content and Product Development

To say that Amazon is an e-commerce giant is something of an understatement. According to eMarketer data, Amazon has nearly 50% of the retail market in the United States, putting it squarely at #1 for online sales. The next three on that list — eBay, Apple and Walmart — don’ have anywhere near that number …

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Introducing Palapa.co – 10 Lessons From 10+ Years Running Online Communities (FS327)

Are you all ready to finally hear about the great online community platform we have been working on for the last few years? We have been putting together something we are so excited about and you should be too! Please welcome Palapa.co! Palapa is our new online community based messaging service, designed to keep you …

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What’s the Smartest Hiring Order for Startups?

You’re the founder of your company; that’s one employee down. You might have a co-founder as well, so make that two. Now what? Early days at a new startup are exciting times, but they also tend to be lean times. You can’t run out and hire the best executive team, salespeople, marketers, customer service reps, …

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Balancing Your Business Mind and Creative Brain with Chris Do

How do we continue to make a path for ourselves, learning, solving problems and making money on the internet? What are the ways in which we, as entrepreneurs, can add value, communicate it and help clients reach their full potential? These questions and their answers continue evolve as the world orbits the sun and we …

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Reduce Product Friction to Increase User Adoption and Retention

Wonder why customers aren’t using your digital product? It may be time to examine product friction. Product friction is anything that represents a barrier to user adoption or retention. From an overly complicated sign-up process to difficult-to-navigate menus, if too much friction exists, customers will not change their current behavior to use your product, no …

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