These mistakes mostly won’t have an immediate impact, but will (suddenly) show up when you least expect them to!
If you study what the really big things on the internet are, you realize they are masters at making things fast and not making people think.
“The thing that every big company faces is irrelevance… the only way to stay relevant is to get in front of that and go where everybody else is going.”
No, I don’t mean ‘another’ WhatsApp, but another business which creates tremendous value, but is slow in monetizing the value.
SMSGupshup which has raised $47mn funding so far pivoted to a messaging app Gupshup in 2013, but that didn’t seem to work in company’s favor.
Startups like Pugmarks are the ones who are pushing the limits of realtime web
In most of the cases, the salary is almost 3-4 X of what a startup is willing to pay for. Is that worth it? Maybe, but what about the baggage they bring along? My guess is no.
With a succinct and clever UX strategy, PayTM definitely brings fresh perspective to mobile commerce.
Is local all about language translation? Or a custom flavor? Should ecommerce startups follow Chokidhani model of *redefining local*?