Validating the as is process model

Then, after having private discussions with a number of podcasters, I pulled the trigger to turn it into a distributable premium Word Press plugin, which later became known as The Smart Podcast Player.

Chris Ducker also tells a story in a presentation he’s given in the past about how Virtual Staff Finder was born.

Your execution of that product, the sales page, the marketing, etc.

The response isn’t pretty, but it’s necessary for him to figure out whether or not to keep going with it.

Describes study that was conducted to determine whether the search process is the same for academic, public, and school library users.

Cognitive models of information seeking are discussed, users' attitudes during the search process are described, the role mediators play is examined, and future research needs are suggested.

In this post, we’re going to explore 6 ways to help you make sure that what you’re thinking of selling will sell.

The biggest mistake people make when creating a product of any kind is keeping the idea to themselves. As mentioned by Jon Saddington, uber-successful serial entrepreneur featured in Session #61 of The SPI Podcast: …Because this is what happens when you start sharing that idea–it starts becoming refined. You’ll quickly get feedback – instant, guttural feedback from people, and especially complete strangers that say “that is a stupid idea” or “that’s a great idea but have you thought about this?

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