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Real Problem Hunt

The Product Hunt for problems

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John Kevin M. Basco
@johnkevinmbasco
The use case of the site is different. It's a site where you can search for problems so you can think of a great startup idea, validate problems, check if you can still compete w/ existing solutions. I listed the use cases above. You can also read the information on the FAQ page - http://realproblemhunt.com/faq
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Discussion

Erik Torenberg
@eriktorenberg · Former Product Hunt
really interesting idea, but i feel like it's hard to build a community with broad of a focus in terms of problems. it might be helpful to start with problems in a specific industry? curious - why can't i comment on the different problems? it'd be good to have some commentary there. cc @raybatra as we've discussed something like this before.
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John Kevin M. Basco
@johnkevinmbasco
We're having a hard time thinking of what startup idea to build. We haven't found a website that we can use to find problems to solve so we can think of a great startup idea, validate if the problem we have in mind is really experienced with other people, check if the problem is already solved by other apps out there and if people are already happy with the … See more
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John Kevin M. Basco
@johnkevinmbasco
Hi Rahul! Thanks for posting this here :) @all - Sorry, really need to sleep now. It's now 3am here. I'll be posting details about why did I built the site, future goals etc... later. In the meantime, kindly leave a feedback since we really need it. I'll respond later as soon as I wake up. Cheers!
Heidi Pungartnik
@design4founders · Owner of DesignforFounders
Thumbs up! -E-v-e-n—i-f- Especially if it's meant as a satire of today's startups that like to solve nonexisting problems.
Mike Bestvina
@mbesto · Professional Utility Infielder
Isn't this better suited towards a Q&A? In other words, what does this do that SE and Quora don't already do?