about USP, or: why Google Analytics can close down.

Hello everyone,

USP weekend voting competition is #live!
we think Predicted Desire has 12 Unique Selling Points.
send your vote, and get our promise: we’ll Retweet you to 12 k Followers, minimum.

join here:  https://twitter.com/dynamions

all you need to do is to tweet to @dynamions your Top 5 USP sequence.
add a smiley if you want: what Susie says of Sally, says more of Susie than of Sally…

or, if you prefer, just press fav/rt. we’ll count those as well.

about the outcome? – see below.


A photo by Drew Patrick Miller. unsplash.com/photos/_o6AAx9dl_Y
we’re fine-tuning future aims. then, we target them.




Balanced Scorecard. We start from a sketch on a single sheet of paper. Then we put number on it.

Monday, 05 September 2012:

when after hours, noone sent in a USP sequence, i came to the conclusion that that was too much effort. We’ll keep the competition online, just scroll down in @dynamions tweets. Now, about the good side: almost 50 retweets and favourites in one weekend, 250 new visitors on our website.

simple enough- key to success!  :)

until today, noone has sent substantial feedback, criticism, or hate.
seems that people simply like it, or it doesn’t matter to them and they read on, somewhere.

thank you for coming by, here. let’s move on to new explorations, together.

you got any need? – tweet.

PD v1.2 - App Developer Model
SocialMedia driven App Developer, the success model of Dynamic Applications.

sustainability, key to success.

think about the way, not the money. keep going your way. 

provide value, and contribute your work, every day.

someday, you’ll succeed as well.

success is much about heading in the right direction, over time.


if you want to read in detail why we think we got a real #USP towards #Google #Analytics and all those other #BigData products, this is elaborated in one of our first Articles:

about Dynamic Applications.

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