How to Start a Business With One Customer and Make It Popular

In order to develop a company with a large following, you must first convince one customer of your idea's value.

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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Jeff Rose talks about a few lessons he has learned while launching original products and building an audience. Rose cites Noah Kagan, of AppSumo and the marketing and business blog, OkDork.com. 

Kagan says, show one person what to do first, and from there, you can see what gaps are there for you to fill and improve upon.

So, if you want to see how well your idea will hold up, Rose encourages this tactic of sharing your product with a single person and seeing if your product has potential to excite a larger, future audience. 

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