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If you are talking about online feedback through a website, I'd suggest Feefo or Hotjar. There are plenty of other solutions, but those are really easy to set up. You could also factor in customer feedback requests into any email marketing you are doing and this kind of thing can be automated thr...

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Hi, I think it is a great idea. There are many conferences I'd like to go to but can't because of time (and COVID obviously). Having a person to go for me is a good second place. You should test the idea though before committing a lot of time and money. This can be done with existing apps to fi...

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1. Similar things exist - like Houzz. But that doesn't mean there isn't a need - see point 5. 2. Probably a progressive web app (this is an app that's actually a website but looks like an app). It really depends on the key functions that you need. 3 + 4: I would not buy products and then sell t...

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You can but it's dangerous. You want validation from your idea to come from who are truly likely to be your customers. Also, the setting creates more bias to answers then what you'd want in a good customer development process. This is a great place to ask about how to go about good customer de...

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Some quick suggestions/impressions: One of the first things I would look at is the site loading speed. It took a full 3 seconds for anything on the page to render for me - and that is longer than most people are willing to wait. According to Pingdom (http://tools.pingdom.com/fpt/#!/ee2ouY/free...

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Having been working with and advising companies on how to get great customer feedback for many years, I have a couple of ideas you could try. One of the key assets you have is your customer list. You already have permission to approach them, I assume, so reach out to some to start a dialogue. If...

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Hi, I've worked for years in business to business sales and consulting. You need to find out who works or makes decisions in a company in the area that your potential product could be useful, ie customer service. LinkedIn could be useful for this. Call them on the telephone. Don't e-mail. Open...

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Interesting, but why would the brands need you? If they're offering a few days/week free trial period, they can do this directly? Also, it's a bit of a complicated model (logistically). What is more common, is that some companies lease out products: you pay per day/week/month, and then, if you wa...

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