My daily readings 04/10/2011

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    • Again, on paper this is not a bad strategy. Many of the services you know today started out this way. They didn’t launch with pomp and circumstance, instead they started out small and were pushed by a small group of diehard early-adopters. Twitter, Foursquare, Instagram, even Facebook could fall into that category. It’s the same story over and over again. It doesn’t always work — but it has a much better chance than the massive launch route. And much less downside.

      The problem that I have is that all of those launches were organic (or mostly organic). Naturally, employees of the companies were pushing their products, but at launch, all of them were small startups with just a few employees. The “Google Strategy” of making sure all employees push the products simply wouldn’t have meant much. Instead, they had to rely on the early adopters (some of whom were friends, but that too isn’t enough alone). And the natural progression from there.

  • tags: Startups

    • 18) WorkersNow: OpenTable for Construction Crews looking to manage Temporary Workers) — because of my experience in the local, non-tech-heavy space, I’m resistant to ideas that require large changes in workflow, by customers who are resistant to technology adoption (i.e. changing habits is hard).  I admit that the market’s probably enormous, but I wouldn’t invest here.
    • 21) Punchd: Customer loyalty program for Local Businesses, via Smartphones.  May work.  But massive competition with Foursquare, Yelp and many others.  Plus, another behavior change & technical barrier in a land of people very resistant to that (see #18).
  • tags: Learning

    • From my point of view, social learning will be the replace of e-learning. When we explaind it essay we seay we-learning. The social aspects of the equation of learning is always there, but new habits and new platforms for he user, the learner are creating a whole new market for corporate learning.
    • rom my point of view, social learning will be the replace of e-learning. When we explaind it essay we seay we-learning. The social aspects of the equation of learning is always there, but new habits and new platforms for he user, the learner are creating a whole new market for corporate learning.

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