Hey Founders and Makers, what problem does your product solve?

Alexey Shashkov
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I mean what problem do you solve with your product and how does it sound? For example: «Google Analytics is a complex tool for most people and most sites don't need that level of complexity. And we solve it with our simple, lightweight, and privacy-friendly alternative to Google Analytics.» Can you share yours here?

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Anton Ross
I consider myself a cool programmer
I am trying to create an ecosystem for marketing that includes a whole set of products that were previously used through different unrelated systems
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Michael Yagudaev
Building next-gen design tools
@rosssaris sounds pretty cool, just a listing of tools or integrating them together?
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Anton Ross
I consider myself a cool programmer
@michael_yagudaev I am gradually adding all the tools to the product. First there was a website builder, then a CRM system appeared, then an EMAIL and PUSH mailing service. I am currently working on a messenger in which you can respond in all social networks. One one-stop service and all this at the same tariff
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Michael Yagudaev
Building next-gen design tools
@rosssaris I think there is a lot of value in creating a clear marketing stack. If you ever read Lean Analytics, it would be cool to have a concrete stack example for each type of business model. Heck, I'd pay for a resource like that. If you also provide the glue to make them all work in one place, that is super valuable. What is the name of the product?
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Michael Yagudaev
Building next-gen design tools
I'm working on a marketing tool to help create quick fun visuals for social media called Emojination.io. It was inspired by a job ad I built for a liquor tech startup I worked for. I wanted to communicate a culture of fun & cool new tech so Emojis were the natural place I turned to. Photoshop/Sketch/Figma are a pain to create these with (took a while).
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Alexey Shashkov
Inspired product maker
@michael_yagudaev Cool! Just do it, dude!
David J. Kim
Co-Founder of Between
Between is a hybrid spatial chat platform that gives remote a seat at the table. For most hybrid companies, we've found that remote people often feel neglected or ignored during meetings. Not only is it a culture problem, but your meetings are going to suck because your remote work force won't be fully engaged. Between bridges this gap by mapping the audio in a real physical room and letting remote hop between conversations. It'll sound like they're actually there with you, to your right.
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Alexey Shashkov
Inspired product maker
@between_team Very nice, David.
David J. Kim
Co-Founder of Between
@shashcoffe Thanks Alexey!
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Alissa Anne Pagano
busy writer bee, building nonfik 🐝
Free ebooks, guides, and reports -- any resource content meant to attract eyeballs and get leads -- are actually really difficult for people to track down. Even harder to know which are useful and worth reading. Nonfik is (aiming to be) a central marketplace for publishers to distribute and find an audience, where a community of readers can get content rundowns + rate & review to help others discover the best-made resources. Ha, could use some of your concise-ness
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Alexey Shashkov
Inspired product maker
@alissaannepagano Wow, it's cool)
Inna Proshkina
Launching Neuton.AI TinyML soon!
A lot of companies, especially those from the small and midsize segments, might face the following significant challenges when attempting to implement Artificial Intelligence: - Lack and high cost of data scientists - Rigorous tech and math skills - High cost of implementation and support We created a platform that allows all demographics of users to easily create an AI solution in just a few simple steps without any coding or data science expertise. It's like having unlimited number of data scientists for the cost of subscription.
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Alexey Shashkov
Inspired product maker
@inna_proshkina Wow, that's pretty good)
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Inna Proshkina
Launching Neuton.AI TinyML soon!
@shashcoffe BTW we launched today, please support us with a comment or an upvote (we are featured on the homepage) ❤️
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Alexey Shashkov
Inspired product maker
Inna Proshkina
Launching Neuton.AI TinyML soon!
@shashcoffe Much appreciated!
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Aleksandra Vukovic
Mktg Strategist | Singular Advantage |
I am trying to solve the problem of founders not being able to present their business clearly and effectively. No marketer or marketing agency can help them grow without this. Since I have been in marketing for 12 years, I have seen many brilliant products and many good teams fail due to poor marketing. I am beta-testing the framework to make this process more scalable.
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Alexey Shashkov
Inspired product maker
@aleksandra_vukovic Hey Aleksandra, that sounds good. Where can I see a prototype of your framework?
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Aleksandra Vukovic
Mktg Strategist | Singular Advantage |
@shashcoffe right now everything is in my Google drive. I could share with you the process in a quick call if you're interested to see it. I'm planning to publish something after I finish the process with them, in a month or so. Program consists of video materials (theory and examples), questionaries and tasks, and 1-1 consulting sessions where we comment the work done. It's hands-on and no bs :)
Kiril Gantchev
It is very difficult to discover new problems/challenges that are either not solved or the solutions could be greatly improved. We solve this by providing carefully curated platform of problems.
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Alexey Shashkov
Inspired product maker
@kgantchev Where can I see that carefully curated platform of problems, Kiril?
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Kiril Gantchev
@shashcoffe Hi Alex, I've reached out to you via e-mail (we have connected previously). I'll be happy to show you what we're building.
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Alexey Shashkov
Inspired product maker
@kgantchev Yes, I remember=) I thought you were Russian and wrote you an email in Russian) It would be cool to have a conversation. I'll reply to your email. 👍🙂
Sofia Polonska
TeQatlas
Our app solves time issue of endless fundraising )
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Alexey Shashkov
Inspired product maker
@tasha_dziatkovskaya Oh, really? How is it work?
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