November 21, 2019

We charged our first customer!

Geoffrey Royer @Ge0

We were patient enough so that our main customer, who enjoyed his free credits, made the decision to buy some more in order to keep using our app on a daily basis.

It is now the proof that with an appropriate communication and a bit of marketing, our product may attract more customers, since we proved that it was relevant and valuable for Amazon Flex users.

It is important to trust customers, especially early ones. If they use your product without complaining, they will likely pay for it when the time comes.

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