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Here's a resource to help you find a monetization strategy

Not sure if this has been shared before, buthttp://www.monetizationlab.net/ is a site that allows you to find a business model and then ideas on how you can set up a transaction off of it.

I recently watched this webinar (highly recommended) called Business Plans are Deadand in it, the presenter, Bob Caspe, says (paraphrasing here) that the more businesses you speak to, the more business models you are exposed to and the more business models you are exposed to the more likely you are to cross-pollinate business and transaction models for other startups/companies". That really resonated with me so I figured I would share one resource for learning about business models - anyone have any other resources?

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Felix Thea
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Anil Sharma
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Anil Sharma Entrepreneur
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Felix,

Thanks for sharing.

Excellent resource. The site curates useful resources. Worth checking the site simply for information organization perspective.

Anil
Kristann Orton
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Kristann Orton Entrepreneur • Advisor
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Two things to contribute to this discussion: 1. The book, "Business Model Generation", is a great visual exploration of different business models and their application. I bought it but recently saw it at my local library. 2. I think the process of business planning is a good one to go through - attached is one I created for my daughter and their cousins making a booth at the local farmers market. This is probably all most businesses need to do to make sure everyone is on the same page, and revisiting it often, especially as part of a lean startup methodology, is a great way to ensure you have thought through all the different aspects of your pivot.
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Interesting...
Took a quick look.. Thanks for sharing.
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