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I know Vistaprint has/had a design platform that you can integrate into a larger website. I think it has a monthly fee. Hope that helps! Ken Clark Coach, consultant and therapist to entrepreneurs

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I have experience running an ecommerce store on many different platforms including Amazon FBA, Etsy, eBay, and Shopify. Each have different nuances for what is required for packaging and shipping. Could you share more details about your situation or I would be happy to discuss this further and ho...

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ASK THEM TO SHARE THEIR PROBLEMS... Don't overthink it. When you find people who ask questions on Quora or Clarity or LinkedIn (or a zillion other social media platforms) respond to those people that "if you want someone to start working on solving that problem, tell us what you want...". Then ...

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Are you looking at this subject from a marketing or management of growth point of view? In other words are you asking how to grow or how to manage and track growth? Michael michaelirvin.net

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You're saying is that your product strikes a middle ground, "providing powerful project management features without the learning curve." Why is no learning curve important? Because it allows teams to transition to it without taking time to do it. Teams that are already using complex products lik...

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Value based pricing is neither about being cheap, nor about the kind of product/service. The value potential of $3.99 will depend upon the quality of output that the product/service provides, irrespective of the categories mentioned by you. Ideal way should be to benchmark your product/service co...

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I've gotten accepted into two different accelerator programs in the US. Both were ranked in the top tiers (Gold and Platinum Plus). For startups in an accelerator with limited resources, there are a handful of ways to get cheap traffic. Depending on the product, they may find that certain growt...

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Consider instead where a $2500 price point puts you. I use a selling technique called Monetizing The Problem, and in that process I get the prospect to calculate the size of their problem. Then I charge 5-10% of that figure. There's never any resistance, because they see where the number comes f...

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Before you do any surveys, I'd strongly recommend talking to 5-7 prospective customers first - either in person or on a phone/video call. During that, I'd ask questions to learn what you're competing against - what other educational toys would they consider instead of yours? What would yours ne...

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