For some reason, I was struck by either the product, or the business
plan—three very interesting online stores:
For those of you who are into DIY, a website where you can rent thousands of
- Heavy Ink
This is right up Jeff's alley—a place to
buy comic books (all 20% off) with free shipping. As the owner of
the site says:
Yeah, we lose big money on the person who orders one
… but the value proposition is so simple and
compelling, that we get tons of customers, who soon start
buying enough stuff that it's, on average, worthwhile.
We already get flushable cat litter, but this … wow! We won't
even have to do that anymore.
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