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  1. Darryl says:

    You are right on point! Business 101: Find a need, then find a way to satisfy it.

  2. Henry says:

    Social networking is H-O-T, and people are obsessed with celebrities and ‘cyber voyeurism’. That is why Twitter has been so successful. Soon society will move on to a new obsession.

  3. Ledisi says:

    Well, these days people have short-lived obsessions. That is why there are so many ‘fly by night’ companies. They come in, capitalize on what is ‘hot’ then disappear.

  4. Tony says:

    Find the niche and gather exclusive followers. It’s extremely important especially for online businesses. Twitter really nailed it in this regard.

  5. Darren says:

    Not only should I find starving crowd, he has to keep feeding them and make them never satisfied:)

  6. Paul I am amazed at your ability to find the starving crowd. I wish I could better identify niches where I might be able to fulfill a need.

  7. Jayden says:

    The importance of starving crowd is obvious, the problem

  8. Yuki says:

    I surf on Facebook day and night to get some sparkles for my social website. I find Facebook pay enormous attention to details to increase usability…detail makes difference.

  9. Alex says:

    I would like to know how to identify a niche as well. It seems like it is easy to spot a niche once someone else has, which is too late. I wish I could find the next big thing.

  10. Randi says:

    Twitter certainly did turn out to be mega-successful. The people who started it had some amazing insight into what will work. I think Twitter is interesting because of its simplicity. Simple idea that really works.

  11. Joey says:

    That is really the best strategy- keeping ahead of trends and then being the first to pounce on it.

  12. Sam says:

    A starving crowd can be something that is difficult to find. I couldn’t tell you how many bright ideas I have seen crash and burn all because people didn’t research the business before they put every penny they had in to it. I think that before a person puts all of their hopes and dreams into a business, invention, or idea, they need to spend a considerable time researching every aspect of their possible clientele or buyers.

  13. Bruno says:

    The guideline stated is pretty solid, but yes we do need a solid product to deliver.
    “so long as there is a demand, supply will be there” – the law of supply

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