Starting at the begining of 2009, having a healthy disregard of your impossible we identified three challenges / goals: To develop a platform in which a ‘conversation’ will take place – where users can connect, engage, interact, transact and share. To create an environment where users decide to use the platform and join applications around the platform.
To access Realstew where users are not able to stop using the platform and do not want to advance their communication platform elsewhere.
At the begining of 2013 we joined The ICEHOUSE Incubation programme to obtain support as we further grow our business. Working with our ICEHOUSE mentor Debra Chantry we identified the metrics that mattered and then in short order there was a noticeable alteration of our closure rates and boost in revenue.
A lengthy awaited (and needed) fresh new look of our own platform is going to be released across the next 6 weeks along with additional applications. Each application is made to entrench the worth proposition for existing users and attract further users. A Google Search about Realstew will, when considering which we have Users in 97 countries, present limited results. The two main possible factors behind this. One is the reality and something is really a lie… you select which is which!
Answers One: ‘It is our strategy never to push our profile as you may know by investing in our rate of growth it is advisable how the established platforms not pick up on what we have been doing until rrrealstew is just too late!” Answer Two: “We are bad at marketing ourselves. There was a monthly $5 charge to utilize the internet accounting system. “When we have not goven you no less than $5 of the residual income our company is sharing we will not charge a fee. The first $5 we provide you with we shall take back like a fee.”
Areas of RealStew took inspiration from Farmville, the Facebook game that grew from zero to numerous users in less than 1 year. “The main difference around, however, is the fact that there is a tangible reward from Realstew – money,” Delaney said. Right now, those funds came from people buying services from RealStew but would in the future include lending and currency conversion services.
Because the interviewer of Paddy Delaney of Real Stew I wish to state that I actually have no pecuniary interest what so ever in this organization and have no aim of being associated with it. I have done the interview in the basis that there is an urgent need to have businesses that people can join and together build into a supportive, thriving, environmentally benign, commercial community. I sincerely encourage you to take research, to behave.