1 - Would payment be through Amazon? IF SO, that is very *good*. Its proven
resilient & pretty clear.
2 - Part of the problem you might face is that the current TYPE of user
(i.e. a lot of us in this group) are cheapskates--I can't see you making
money from people like us :-)
3 - IMO to make living from it you will have to face the hassle of
PROMOTING to new markets. In a way that is GOOD, because it flags the issue
that TiddlyWiki is NOT known enough and this might be a way to get it more
widely used. It also means, until Danielo gets up and running, its an
unusual niche market with virtually no competition.
4 - Following on from 3. How many users would you need to break even? I
think getting clear about that might help you a lot asses the viability.
5 - One thing I think Danielo really got right is he's interested not just
in advancing an on-line service but also a specific APPLICATION, pitched
against Evernote. You might want to examine which existing market segments
you are pitching to.
On Tuesday, 8 August 2017 14:22:06 UTC+2, Arlen Beiler wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I have been thinking recently that I would like to build an online service
> specifically geared toward TW5. It would be different from Danielo's note
> self in that the data would also be hosted.
> I am thinking that it would be a paid service, either as a subscription or
> pay as you go. I don't really know which one yet I don't really know how it
> all work but I am thinking of using the Amazon web services to build it on
> and that seems to have some pretty good features for pay as you go.
> So now for the question. If you were going to subscribe to the service,
> what are the main features you would be interested in? The sky's the limit,
> I want to hear your thoughts.
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