How to find business ideas and marketers?


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I work full time as an asp.net developer. I have more than 5 years of professional experience in writing enterprise software for some of the largest companies in my region (Porsche Sweden, insurance companies, telecom companies, etc.)

I would like to build my own product, that will generate a stable monthly net income between $300 and $600. I have the skills, but don't know what market demands. Since I work full time, I have no time to promote the product.

What's the best way to find people with business ideas and good marketing strategy who are in need of software developers?

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asked Aug 2 '12 at 20:02
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Å¡ljaker
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If you'd like to find out what a certain market or demographic wants/needs etc. one option is to write and send out a survey to a specific (or random) group of people. Survey Monkey allows you to write basic surveys for free as well as offers more involved surveys that you

answered Aug 3 '12 at 06:10
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Jrsytomato
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Look around, Think random and if your constructive you will find yourself with thousands of Ideas.

When we talk about marketing, its just Confidence and Knowledge about how and where to present your product.

Both of these things come with experience or getting into Market.

answered Aug 2 '12 at 21:38
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Muhammad Raja
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  1. Find something that you're passionate about, and then figure out what would you could create to make it all so more super awesome.
  2. Test your theory about whether it is super awesome to others like you. Read a bunch of books about customer development to figure out how to do that.
  3. Review results and determine whether there is enough revenue to make it worthwhile.
  4. Launch, Pivot, make money, refine.

and then go back and repeat steps 1-4.

answered Aug 3 '12 at 07:15
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Jim Galley
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