How much do you see your GOOD IDEA being Worth?
The current condition of the U.S. economy is certainly placing a strain on small business across the nation. It is not uncommon to see many profitable business ideas going down the drain because of the financial risk they may impose on the company. So, to small business professionals: how do you know when your good idea is worth going through with?
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In order to determine exactly how much you see your good idea being worth, you need to test it against the following three measures:
Would you pay to put this idea into perspective? Every business idea has a focus, a mission and an objective. Parallel to the expectations of an actual company, a business idea should be able to generate a profitable return on investment. This goal is best accomplished by putting effective marketing campaigns and promotional response models into place.
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Is the idea you have scarce within the other business communities? In sectors like social media and technology, the competition to develop the next “great thing” is co fierce, it is hard to know whether or not the idea you have is already in the works somewhere else. However, if you know your business industry, you should have an idea of the developments coming about. Evaluate your business idea – if it is innovative and unlikely to be thought of elsewhere, at least for the time being, you are probably holding the blueprint to a profitable business opportunity.
Will others pay to use your idea? Whether a product or a service, if you can guarantee that at least 1 in 2 prospects can benefit from you putting your idea into action, you may want to consider going through with it.
Based on these three measures, you should now have a clearer understanding as to whether or not your business idea will lead you straight into a profitable business opportunity with a thriving market just waiting to get their hands on what you have to offer.