1) Which product types did you choose?
2) Which is more successful?
3) Which is easier for a beginner micro-ISV to start with?
4) Which is the most profitable?
Please, post your comments, corrections and ideas. Let’s create a viable resource for new micro-ISV's (including me) to help them on their decision making
You should check out Project Glidepath, it is an awesome tool that includes a bunch of documentation on this sort of thing.
I'm working on both some web properties and a desktop product that I want to sell through Windows Marketplace for Vista and XP. Recently I found that someone else has just launched a website similar to one of mine, and at first I was bummed out, but now I
think it is a good think because a) their stuff isn't as cool/useful as mine and b) now I can see what works or doesn't for them before I launch my property and gain an advantage by not needing as much money as them to advance in the marketplace.
The most important thing I have found is to JUST DO IT. Take action. Don't sit around over analyzing and thinking too much, go with your gut instinct and build something. Once you have _something_ then you can tweak it etc. but if you have nothing then you
Edit: I have to run out right now, but I have thoughts on your blog post that I will put down in bits and bytes later.
Finding that someone else is doing the same thing like yours is always a good thing.
It means there's a market for it. If you're alone it may mean that there's no market at all.
You right about doing it and stop analyzing and preparing for it.
I still wait for that big idea to strike.
Looking forward for your thoughts; please post them in my blog, so others can read them.
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