💰 Free Startup Ideas from Tech Twitter
Quibi for financial literacy, 5 dating app ideas, and 1 idea from Balaji he'll give you $1000 BTC to build today
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When starting a company, it’s usually best to use your experiences, passions, and insights to come up with your own ideas. That said, not everyone is an ✨idea guy✨
Below is a small collection of startup ideas and frameworks for generating ideas from Tech Twitter over the last few months.
Aaron W. Gordon @A_W_GordonI wrote about how we cannot talk about police reform without talking about traffic enforcement. And we cannot talk about that without getting over our hatred for speed cameras https://t.co/83xLHUPbcl
Erik Torenberg @eriktorenbergI’m excited to see a world where someone discovers some meme, idea, or artist & then stakes it Economically it’d look like speculation (eg crypto), & socially it’d look like collectibles, effectively quantifying sentiment You’d go to a website & see “communism down 20 % today”
Erik Torenberg @eriktorenbergRequest for product: I want to match make my friends. I want an app that creates a seamless experience for my friends to swipe right on each other & then I want credit for making the match. I know lots of people who also want to do this for their friends.
Erik Torenberg @eriktorenbergWhat people spend money on is sometimes more interesting (or indicative) of what they think. Someone will be successful building a *real* Twitter for money (purchases, investments, donations, p2p—opt in, of course). The Venmo feed wasn't it, but it was onto something.
Erik Torenberg @eriktorenbergRequest for Product: If Twitter & Quora had a baby. Something that combines the timely, Github-for-thinking, building-block nature of Twitter w/ the timeless, searchable, compounding-knowledge nature of Quora. A true social network around knowledge. Not news. Not photos.
Lenny Rachitsky @lennysanAlso, this is getting out of hand 🍆 https://t.co/A1FCv7WhCE
And my personal favorite 😜
There are only two ways to start a business - bundling or unbundling. Dave’s tweet below goes without saying that there are STILL billion dollar businesses to be built around unbundling Facebook.
Greg always shares great frameworks for social. Here are some from this past month.
Have fun building!