My startup (so far) has cost me £84. That £84 was for the purchase of my domain quuu.co and a listing on Betalist.com. I put the landing page together, going back and forth making it just right, making sure I had everything a landing page should have. Something to grab attention and to immediately let visitors know what Quuu did and how it could help them.
Of the 300 visitors from Betalist.com, 190 users signed up!
So after 2 weeks from when the idea popped into my head, I had a potential userbase to build upon.
The original idea for Quuu was much bigger than what it is right now. I stripped everything down to make an MVP sound more achievable in terms of development, and then I stripped that down too.
It’s been stripped down so much because Buffer.com just switched off content suggestions, so now Quuu is aiming at filling that gap, but will provide higher quality content over a larger range of categories/interests.
So now, the MVP is a pool of content across many categories that users can select — that content is then queued via the users Buffer account.
We’ll be live in a week or so and I can’t wait for the next chapter. I’ll keep you up to date as and when I can here on Medium.
If you haven’t already, check out Quuu.co for more information.
If you’re interested in providing content to Quuu, please check out this link.