Business Development · E-Commerce

Looking for business model suggestions for my startup

Abdelaziz SLIMANI Digital Marketer, Looking for a technical cofounder to lunch a startup in homemade food delivery

October 22nd, 2018


How to monetize a mobile application that shows online deals and coupons for customers in different fields and for different webstores?

David Jeba

October 22nd, 2018

Share your app link. I'll give you options based on your app content and your app audience

Aruna Dayanatha Coneptualit of competency building

October 29th, 2018

Gamify your website and the app so you can attract potential customers and engage them.

Krunal Parikh Founder @ Connect Donor, Technology Service Provider

November 1st, 2018

Hi Abdelaziz,

Implement Ad Network, try affiliation marketing, sell the space on your mobile/website app to different vendors to advertise on your app.

As Aruna told, I also recommend you to gamify your application which helps you to increase your user base and then you can think to affiliate with vendors and sell space to them for advertisement of their products/services.

It depends on what type of deals and coupons your apps are offering.

Jason Rega Ops. Mgmt., Mktg, Cust. Service, Emp. Engagement

October 22nd, 2018

K. Robbins Head Moose at Moose WorldWide Digital

October 22nd, 2018

Thierry Meliot Growth Hacker

October 22nd, 2018


Last updated on November 2nd, 2018

The ideas shared for you are things that have already been done and years old. I am in the process of looking for partners but am very particular about who I will bring on. My question is this, if I can't share my system, (I can't without a NDA/non-compete) how do I go about finding partners? My idea is big and will require a lot of ambition.

Kenny Lau Entrepreneur

October 23rd, 2018

The bigger and wilder the idea, the harder it is to convince others about its potential. IF they dont see the potential, they wont copy. IF they see the potential, they might be put off by the execution part. IF they see the potential and HAVE the ability to execute, they will probably need a partner who is familiar with the business, which is ...YOU. WORST case scenario, IF they see the potential, CAN and want to execute it, BUT don't like to work with you? Then congratulation, you have just validated your million dollar idea. And you also got your first competitor/ Nemesis, which will motivate you more than anything else to out-hustle the copycat! Ideas are a dime a dozen, if you don't share it with potential cofounder, you will never find one. Chances are just so slim that a regular person would copy your idea, that you should just pitch it more often. Just beware of people/companies that has higher propensity to COPY, and have the fund/resources to execute, like Facebook.