Flare by GoDaddy

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ReneMaker@followrene · VP Emerging Products @ GoDaddy
I am proud today for our team to launch Flare, a community app that allows people to share, get feedback on, and refine their ideas - whether to start new or grow existing businesses. Having been a founder myself and working with entrepreneurs every day at GoDaddy now, I know how important it is to get feedback and how hard it can be to get some that's helpful and unbiased. With Flare, entrepreneurs can quickly poll followers for feedback on the feasibility, desirability, or pricing of their idea, among other things. We surveyed 2,000 people recently and two-thirds of them told us they had a concept for a business, product, or service, but only 15% actually pursued it. The biggest barriers? People either didn’t know what to do next (30%), or were held back by fear and self doubt (15%). The right amount of guidance or feedback or interest (or some mix of all three!) could have been the deciding factor to get someone going forward instead of going nowhere. Let us know what you think!
Bhuvan thaker
Bhuvan thaker@bhuvanthaker · Partner @ t2c
@followrene What about Android?
ReneMaker@followrene · VP Emerging Products @ GoDaddy
@bhuvanthaker we will be launching our Android version next month.
Tina Nguyen
Tina NguyenMaker@simplrdesign · Director Emerging Products @ GoDaddy
@bhuvanthaker Flare for Android is now in the Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/ap...
Ben Tossell
Ben Tossell@bentossell · Makerpad.co
Interesting move from GoDaddy....
Greg Ellis
Greg Ellis@greg_ellis · Owner, EllisApps Inc.
Already tried it out this morning. I like the concept. Be interesting to see how it works out
Love the concept. Best way for creative people to get confidence (or not) in an idea and feedbacks quickly
James Shamenski
James Shamenski@gladrobot · Running a small dev shop. Love emoji.
Was their first idea to rip off the AirBnb logo? Someone should have given them the feedback not to do that.
Hope Atina
Hope Atina@the_onlyhope · BioBreaks.com
@gladrobot i think it's sufficiently different
Nick Wesley
Nick Wesley@nick_wesley · TicTalking
@gladrobot I see the resemblance too. It's almost like an upside down Airbnb. However, it is also a common look for light bulbs, can't really nail them too hard for that.
Jason Hitchcock
Jason Hitchcock@jasonhitchcock · Problem Solver @ Bebo
@gladrobot because logo originality has something to do with product success....