… and you agree that is important to Build – Measure – Learn, I will try to give you some tips to start planning your Beta based on lessons learned, articles I read, and things I discussed with my friends.
First things first…
"If you don't know where you are going, any road will get you there."
If your business model is not focused in advertising, PLEASE forget your page-by-page Google Analytics report. Your pageviews and unique visitors say nothing about your product.
Start with your product
Before coming up with the numbers you wanna track, bring your business canvas to the table. Continue reading →
And yesterday we finally started our private beta!
I’m way more nervous now that it’s out there than before. Probably because I’m anxious to get all the feedback and start working on it. Seriously, my body is pain, heh… Anxiety has been my middle name since forever and I kind of know how to not let it take over me but there’s so much going on this week, Jesus… But I can also say that it feels really good. It’s an important milestone and means a lot to everybody working on it.
If you want to sign up for JobConvo.com private beta just comment in this post. I will contact you.
Here’s a 5-minute tutorial I made for our beta testers. You can find more info and demo videos on JobConvo.com blog.
StartUp Chile is a program to attract foreign high-potential entrepreneurs to Chile. They bootstrap their businesses in Santiago and help Chile to become an innovation and entrepreneurial hub for Latin America.
In 2010, 23 teams have got picked by an admission process conducted by Silicon Valley experts and a Chilean Innovation board to get a $40,000 subsidy (no equity) to participate in a six-months program and develop their projects along with access to the most potent social and capital networks in Chile.
There will be 300 participants in 2011, and I’m one of them. In the next 6 months I’m supposed to participate in local events, present workshops, raise local or international capital and hire chilean talents.
For the the past 7 years I’ve been working with Human Capital Management. Started with eLearning, then some Talent de Development and Knowledge Management. In 2010 I joined a startup focused in Career Advice, had a really good time, and now I’m starting a company with Ronaldo Martins and Daniel Romualdo called JobConvo.
A Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform, JobConvo is a cost-effective solution to speed up your Recruitment process with asynchronous video job interview. No softwares or download required for you or your candidates.
Creating a 30-minute interview script and sending out invites takes less than 5 minutes. Your candidates can choose the best time to record it and you are able to review it as soon as they submit the interview.
What do you think? Does it sound like a good value proposition to you? Sign up for a Beta invite and drop me a line about what you think, okay?