We recently recorded a new review on Clutch, a B2B ratings and reviews platform. SalePal, a business services firm, came to us to develop their clickable project prototype.
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The great point about you is that you have plenty of ideas on your mind. We are sure that you heard a lot of scary stories about startup losses. And, you know, that’s true. More than 97% of all startups fail. This happens mainly because there is no demand on the market. That’s the main reason, why You are launched team and why Startup Tips articles exist. Our experience and passion allowed us to launch 20 profitable startups in 3 years.
Sure, we are not the only one who has such a mindset, and a list of similar businesses requesting guest posting on our blog. We are pleased to publish them only if there is value for you.
Make sure to choose a product that you are passionate about. It takes a lot of patience and effort to make an idea work. So if you do not care about a certain item or goods that you are planning to produce, you are more likely to give up halfway.
Instead of staying on eCommerce model you can consider moving to a marketplace business model. With it, you get the best of both worlds
Check out the latest verified review that we’ve received on our profile:
“You are launched gave me precisely what I wanted. I was very happy with their work.”
– Calin Alexandru, Founder, Tommy Vercetti Software
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