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The honest answer is that it's not hard IF you have a great (remarkable) and cool product. I've placed our products such as DNA11 on csi:NY (entire episode centered around our art), The Amazing Spiderman, Today show and many more. For the most part they contacted us with interest. The way I got u...

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Clarity probably is not the best platform for finding a producer. My advice is to reach out to some folks in the TV industry via LinkedIn or Twitter.

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I was just speaking with a colleague about this as we are both starting new startups and were reflecting on our previous projects together. In hindsight we recognize that one of the main challenges was proper expectation setting around adoption and engagement. If someone else is setting those exp...

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The best way to approach this problem is by identifying primary pain points that users share and focus on those feature-wise, a common denominator of some sorts. These pain points need to be very high/strong though to be valuable for multiple target audiences. If you're facing two target markets...

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You're on the right track. I'm glad to see you getting the steps in the right order. WHO are potential users of your product? WHAT problem(s) will your app potentially be solving for them? HOW much do these potential users value the solution of these problems? Find your user group of people w...

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You answered your own question when you said "I built it for me, but feel that it has commercial viability for many others." Other than what you said, what problem did you design it to solve? Who are "many others"? What problem do they have? Why not cruise the Excel forums on the MS support s...

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Hi, The general model these days is a standard annual subscription, with 10% discount if they pay 3 years upfront (all negotiable of course). Feel free to contact me if you need more information. Good luck Steven (based in Europe)

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I use any resource at my disposal, but I think it comes down to a little formula that takes in these two data points: 1) what am I trying to build? 2) what are my strengths? Here's how it works. I basically calculate a "success probability outcome score" based on these two factors. Here are som...

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The ultimate coverage is to patent your solution functionality (utility patent) and aesthetics (design patent) in each and every country around the world. However, practically I chose to patent in a single country usually UK or US to register priority date. Since priority date is the most importa...

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