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(Asia Tech Podcast) How to validate your business ideas

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Maybe you have too many business ideas, maybe you have none. Either way, many entrepreneurs get stuck at the idea stage. This presentation will help you decide WHICH idea you should focus on with a simple 6 point checklist. You can also download the presentation by clicking through the link provided.

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(Asia Tech Podcast) How to validate your business ideas

  1. FREE WEBINAR INSIDE HOW TO VALIDATE YOUR BUSINESS IDEAS 6 key questions + idea checklist UP.SCHOOL
  2. Graham D Brown Entrepreneur, investor and startup advisor UP.SCHOOL Presentation by...
  3. For entrepreneurs, ideas are the seed of every successful business UP.SCHOOL
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  5. “All you need is a great idea…” UP.SCHOOL
  6. ...but, wait... UP.SCHOOL
  7. Maybe you have too many ideas UP.SCHOOL
  8. ...or maybe you don’t have any UP.SCHOOL
  9. Want to see join the webinar of this presentation? (next slide) UP.SCHOOL
  10. Join this Up.School Webinar FREE Presented by me Graham D Brown
  11. http://www.upschool.io/download-ideas UP.SCHOOL
  12. So, where do you start? UP.SCHOOL
  13. How do you narrow it down to that one idea? UP.SCHOOL
  14. Here’s my Up.School check list to help you find that one great idea UP.SCHOOL
  15. The 6 Questions you need to ask when validating a business idea UP.SCHOOL
  16. #1 Is someone else already doing it? UP.SCHOOL
  17. Forget… First Mover Advantage... UP.SCHOOL
  18. Don’t bet on developing a new market UP.SCHOOL
  19. It’s much easier to copy an existing business idea and out-execute it
  20. After all, Richard Branson didn’t invent air travel
  21. Facebook didn’t invent the social network UP.SCHOOL
  22. And Google didn’t invent the Search Engine UP.SCHOOL
  23. Their idea was to do it better… by improving the experience UP.SCHOOL
  24. #2 Is this a problem that you personally face in your daily life? UP.SCHOOL
  25. You don’t need an idea that changes the world... UP.SCHOOL
  26. Focus on solving a small problem that people like you have in their daily life UP.SCHOOL
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  28. You are your best first customer UP.SCHOOL
  29. You know the pain, your emotional drivers better than anyone else UP.SCHOOL
  30. #3 Does it make your heart beat faster? UP.SCHOOL
  31. It’s either HELL YEAH or nothing! UP.SCHOOL
  32. If you don’t get juiced up about your idea, it’s going to be hard to convince customers to do likewise UP.SCHOOL
  33. Don’t waste time on the stuff that doesn’t start fires UP.SCHOOL
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  35. #4 Is there a strong search volume for this idea in the Google Keyword Tool? UP.SCHOOL
  36. Mine where the gold is... UP.SCHOOL
  37. https://adwords.google.com/KeywordPlanner UP.SCHOOL
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  40. #5 Are people asking questions about this idea in Quora? UP.SCHOOL
  41. People asking questions = Problems not being solved UP.SCHOOL
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  44. #6 Does Google Trends show an increasing search volume for this idea? UP.SCHOOL
  45. Don’t build your business on a shrinking market UP.SCHOOL
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  47. Use Google Trends to niche down your idea to find the growth areas Evidence of competition and people searching for that competition is a good sign UP.SCHOOL
  48. Here’s that checklist... UP.SCHOOL
  49. 6 POINT CHECKLIST: 1. Is someone else already doing it? 2. Is this a problem you face every day? 3. Does it make your heart beat faster? 4. Search volume on Google Keywords? 5. People asking questions on Quora? 6. Uptrend on Google Trends? UP.SCHOOL
  50. And finally, don’t get hung up on your idea UP.SCHOOL
  51. Don’t wait for the right timing or the perfect idea... UP.SCHOOL
  52. Launch now… You won’t learn until you launch
  53. A half-baked idea is enough to get going... UP.SCHOOL
  54. Lead the customer and ask for feedback rather than ask them “what do you want?” UP.SCHOOL
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  56. As with all startups, ideas change and evolve as customers give you feedback UP.SCHOOL
  57. And set your ideas free... UP.SCHOOL
  58. Actively share your ideas rather than tell everyone you’re in “stealth mode” UP.SCHOOL
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  60. Remember the idea is just Step One... UP.SCHOOL
  61. Ideas are valuable, but execution is priceless UP.SCHOOL
  62. Want to see join the webinar of this presentation? (next slide) UP.SCHOOL
  63. Join this Up.School Webinar FREE Presented by me Graham D Brown

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