Here is the link - please review and provide candid feedback. https://goo.gl/2k45Sx
Also, we have completed our Investor pitch deck, Busniess and Financial plan. How could we find A.I. focused tech investors?
Founder - www.Dup-Dup.com
You're not ready! Let me write that again, and please take note to my follow-up, you're NOT READY!
You're promising a large amount of predictive analytics tied to intuitive algorithms. I do not believe you have it! And even if you did, I do not read that you're prepared for the regulatory landscape and challenges.
I do not see that you have considered GDPR, nor any of the other Nation-State's privacy regs. If you take a look at GDPR, you'll believe that the questions you'll have to ask -- the explicit permissions you'll have to get users to give you -- will likely scare the hell out of them.
You continue to not address monetization, and there's no-way you do what you say you want to do with $2 million.
It's tough to get through the language used on your site to tell:
1) how you are going to differentiate to make people feel better about their time and data,
2) just what the heck is "it". It reads like Google+facebook+Linkedin;
3) what you believe, why you, why now; and,
4) how you are going to monetize if not via consumer data and ads?
I've looked at your site via lens' of the consumer, business owner, and tech co, and I can't see the "why".
Try these, and build a new message outwards:
MESSAGE TO CONSUMER: "Today, social media means monetizing you and your data, and monopolizing as much of your time as possible for a greater chance of selling you something. We're taking a different approach [learn more].
MESSAGE TO COMPANIES: "Consumers are more conscious of their social media footprint than ever before. They're demanding a platform that put's them in control of their time, data, and that only puts them in contact with companies that THEY want to do business with [learn more]!
Finally, your site needs to show something of the inner workings, or at least something that makes people think about using their device. It doesn't have to be too broad. Here are two quick examples. They are still sandboxes, so yes they are slow. www.AllThe.Space and www.MightyTidy.Cleaning
I read your reply, but I do not think you know what a fail you're setting yourself up for.
You wrote that you want to start small and test; you don't do that on Kickstarter.
Kickstarter is where an idea well-past MVP is presented for pre-purchase to make final touches and roll-out.
Best of luck.
Again you are all over without any plan, you claim mother of all social media but you don't show any thing on how you are a social media? Infact you are not even a social media to start with, In short you wanting to be duplicate of all tech companies in the world. dup-dup name fits well.. Sorry to be direct.
cool... any demo?
Wow. Harsh. I would agree to a certain extent though. "Product-market fit" gets all the press, because it's assumed that if the market is big enough, you'll be able to extract the money from it necessary to build the corresponding product, no matter how expensive it is. This is part of the dysfunction of Silicon Valley culture, where good businesses aren't good enough, they all have to be home runs, so market share and/or wallet share are always outlandish.
Have you done any feasibility studies? Have you honestly assessed whether your team can accomplish it, if it's feasible at all? Have you assessed how long it would take and how much to get to an MVP that is actually on the path to the real product? You make bold claims, but knowing what I know of the state of the art of machine learning and AI, I believe what you claim is not currently feasible *by anyone*.
We focus so much on the top-line revenue numbers with product-market fit. We ignore the mid-line expense that drives bottom-line profitability. I could certainly find product-market fit for a teleportation device to Mars. It doesn't work though. You have to prove both product-market fit and product-timeline-expense fit.
Harsh is good😀 Keep it coming...
Thanks for the great tips. I may not agree with all of them, but I appreciate the feedback. I don't have time to waste my energy defending negative feedback.
Dan: Your website need a professional UX/UI resource. Looking at seems like I transported myself to 1900.
Why does it look like your mascot has a black eye?
" Why does it look like your mascot has a black eye? " :-)
" It's good to know how to read, but it's dangerous to know how to read and not how to interpret what you're reading. Mike Tyson "
Thanks, Dan. I understand and consider what is going on in regards to GDPR and other privacy stuff.
Well, I have to start somewhere small, and test this theory asap. I can't sit and wait, and this all will happen magically.
I did my home work, and I'm ready to take first leap. I'm going to start small, and planning to roll-out limited features.
I'm an HR person, and privacy and policy is always top of my list.
Thanks for the warning though!