Step2 Startups Feedback Wanted: What Do You Want To See In An Online Investment Community?

from the join-in dept

As we announced recently, we're now featuring and highlighting startups who want feedback on what they're working on over at our Step2 discussion platform. The latest startup to take part is Sprinklebit, an online investment/trading community that is looking for feedback on what you would like to see in an online investment community. There's already a good conversation going on at the discussion page.

Separately, we've already received a bunch of requests to take part in future Step2 Startup posts, but if you've got a startup and want to get feedback from the Techdirt/Insight Community, please send us a note (use the "Step2 Startups" option in the pulldown).

Filed Under: online investments, startups, step2
Companies: sprinklebit


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    surfer (profile), 28 Mar 2012 @ 4:20pm

    well

    this is probably obvious, but i'm a 'filthy pirate'.

    here is an example of why;

    I am a Formula1 fan, and I live in a country that doesn't even televise, retransmit, PPV offering, direct from SKY (Murdoch owned) or BBC, unless I live in a country that has paid for the rights to reproduce/broadcast/stream,.. u know, at this point I really don't care. I want to watch the race. I will PAY to watch the fscking race, ok!, so, where is it?

    1. google
    2. ???
    3. fail

    the only place to get a pristine 720p video file of the race, the day AFTER* the race was #usenet. There was also P1, P2, P3 and qualifying, all of I did not even realize was available. There are no such things on formula1.com.

    I am your perfect client.
    1. A 'Steam-like' interface for accessibility and one point payment, Steam being the distribution point, authentication, bla..
    2. Every movie ever made, digitized and included in the library of selections. One, to preserve your precious Imaginary Property and to actually retain physical copies of all content created.
    3. ala carte. I want what I want, not what you offer. I am not interested in 500 channels of sh*t to choose from. Granularize your crappy business model offerings.
    4. if you treat me no less than a paying customer, all bets are off.

    now, do you want my money?

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