I have lost count of the amount of times that I have come up with a fantastic idea (I normally come up with these great ideas why I’m using the bathroom, hence why I keep a notepad in there) that I’m positive will be a sure fire winner and will make me a ton of money I become excited about the new project and start rattling off other ideas on other little features the new idea will have.
Then comes a massive problem, my ideas will normally involve me needing to hire someone to help me with the project. For example earlier this year I had an idea to set up a database that could be accessed by apps for many versions of mobile phones in the United Kingdom that would direct people the their nearest public toilet when out and about.
Sounds like a good idea, right?
With this idea I would need to hire someone to help set up the database AND possibly another person to help me set up the apps as I have absolutely no idea how to go about doing these two things.
And this is where I have a problem because I will need to post my project on one of the many freelancer sites and am not very good at putting my project ideas into something readable that potential freelancers will understand.
That is why I was happy when I stumbled across SEER Product Tools.
Why SEER? Well they offer a tool that will allow me to write down my project proposal in very easy simple steps that pretty much anyone who has a basic knowledge of the English language will be able to understand.
Before you buy this tool you can even test it out by asking them to set up a life demo of it, I’m not sure how much you can do with the demo but I will certainly be trying to find out soon.