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Launching Product

by Robin Ferrier on January 28, 2011

Why Bigger Isn’t Always Better

by Robin Ferrier on January 28, 2011

Why Bigger Isn’t Always Better

by Jill Foster on December 16, 2009

Setback to Resilience: 3 Lessons from the Unsigned Contract

by Jill Foster on December 16, 2009

Building community pre-monetization We launched our product in September of 2009 and while we of course had a variety of monetization ideas in mind, we decided to begin building our audience and fine-tuning the site before testing out various concepts. Cash-flow positive: the unexpected So imagine our surprise when less than two months later a [...]

by Jill Foster on December 4, 2009

5 Launch Lessons on Business Partners, Time, and Teams

by Jill Foster on December 4, 2009

Recently my partner was out of town and mostly out of pocket due to a personal matter. At the same time, my body decided to go on strike. With illness keeping me isolated in the nest (my name for my live/work space) I spent a lot of time motivating myself to keep things moving forward [...]

by Jill Foster on December 2, 2009

4 Insights: An Entrepreneur Gives Thanks for Progress

by Jill Foster on December 2, 2009

Both inside and outside the Women Grow Business community, what I’ve learned this year has meant a lot. And this is shared from the heart (image Heart of the Palm, by Gare and Kitty, Creative Commons). Top 4 insights that come to mind: 1. The more you can define your mission – what services and [...]

by Jill Foster on November 3, 2009

No Magic Bullet: 5 Ways to Harness Real Time Feedback

by Jill Foster on November 3, 2009

So you launched your product. You’re a modern woman who understands the need for creating feedback mechanisms so people can reach you. You set up Twitter, a Facebook Fanpage, your blog, email address and even forums for discussion. But here’s the rub. Now you’re launched, trying to work on marketing, engage new partners, work on [...]

by Jill Foster on September 15, 2009

Launching Products: an Entreprenuer's Course in Focus and Flexibility

by Jill Foster on September 15, 2009

I am in the process of launching a new product. I’m not new to this, in fact, I’ve been fortunate to be a part of many product launches over the years. But this is the first time I’m launching a product without a large company behind me. No one told me what to build, how [...]