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Get Cash for Your Idea: No Implementation Required

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We're trying to bring great ideas to the people who can implement them. Anyone who likes a posted idea may fund it, giving the idea real value. The idea poster gets a little cut of the funds, and the implementer chosen by the backers gets most of the funds. [ Super Early Adopters Only: Please go to ideaDash.com ]

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Get Cash for Your Idea: No Implementation Required

  1. 1. mission: to attract great ideas and encourage their implementation ideadash.com - eric martin - may twenty-sixth, two thousand sixteen warning: this is the plan as of the above date, but plans can change
  2. 2. People have a lot of great ideas that never get implemented. How many ideas are we talking about? Assumptions: A. Let’s guess that 1 out of a 1,000 people will have 1 great, untapped idea in their lifetime B. 100 year average human lifespan C. 7 billion people on the planet Conclusion: There are 70,000 great, untapped ideas this year alone
  3. 3. is a platform that creates a market for ideas. The more valuable an idea, the more money it should raise. After the first month: A. 85% of the funds are saved for the eventual implementer B. The person who posts the idea gets 10% of the funds C. ideadash keeps the other 5%
  4. 4. How do ideas get traction? To post an idea, people will have to judge 10 random ideas, one against another. So it will be 5 heads up comparisons where the user picks the idea she likes more out of two choices. This will help give the idea a score. The ideas with the best scores will be at the top of the homepage. Ideas can also be sorted by the number of backers.
  5. 5. How we’re different from Kickstarter 1.
  6. 6. How we’re different from Quirky 1. 2.
  7. 7. Eric Martin In 2015 I won Jet.com’s nationwide marketing competition called Jet Insider. I won first place out of over 350,000 Insiders by getting over 8,000 people to signup for Jet.com before their launch later that year. (http://money.cnn.com/2015/02/26/technology/jet-contest-winner-eric-martin/, https://medium.com/@marclore/73-days-351-474-jet-insiders-ea01db0b92be#. 7zajwkmqg, http://fusion.net/story/54990/guy-got-rich-using-jet/)
  8. 8. mission: to attract great ideas and encourage their implementation thank you, eric martin

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