London calling

In just under 2 weeks the London office of Watch Me Think opens, ready for the new year, following some great successes from the Australian office since it opened in the second half of 2011. We’re working with some amazing clients, as I’ve written about before, and the list just keeps growing. These clients are …

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We’re not the only one

It’s great to see businesses around the world using video feedback as a medium. Just the other day after a purchase from Garden Buildings Direct we were asked to leave feedback. If we left video feedback we’d get a £25 voucher, only £5 if we left a photo. The value of video feedback to this …

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How about some Events/Club concessions for start ups?

When you’re business is relatively new, especially in year 1, you monitor every single thing you are spending money on, making sure you aren’t over- or unnecessarily spending in any area. You rely on advice, on good people who are willing to lend a hand, to guide, to advise, to show you the way. They’re …

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Working with clients, not for…

We’re excited to be working with our clients for a number of reasons. What we like is their willingness to work with us, to buy into the idea we had a few years ago that we’ve turned into reality. It’s a great feeling. Each new client that comes on board helps us reaffirm that belief …

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Community pay day = happy days

Wow. We’ve just finished our first period of being live and it’s been a little on the busy side. The great news is that at the end of last week we paid out to our community – the first pay out we have given. It’s great to get this one under our belts as we …

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All about the people.. from 2 to 3….

The best advice we ever got was from Mark Collier of Dare (thanks Mark). On one of the first occasions I met him, after explaining I was planning to start a business, he said it was crucial to make sure I knew (really knew) I could work with the person I was planning to go …

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Two pints of ale and two packets of crisps

Lots of people have asked us why we created watchmethink and what we believe in. But more have asked where the idea came from. Well it’s a good story (to us!) but also incredibly simple. The co-founders (John and Vince) used to work together in Sydney (for two years before one of them went back …

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What we’ve been up to

As we shift gear towards the month of September watchmethink is in an extremely exciting place – we couldn’t be busier, and we’re loving every minute. Here are some of the things we got up to in August. We appointed the agency we wanted to work with – we’re really pleased to be working with …

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More reality, some aha

Martin Weigel wrote a post at end of July that ended up winning Neil Perkins Post of the Month. It caught our eye when it was published for a number of reasons. Firstly, Stop Fetishising the Insight is a superb look at why there is not a need to push so dramatically the need for …

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Embrace unintended uses

Nice on the startup daily about being open to unintended uses of your product. At watchmethink we have been and will remain fully flexible.  We develop in the direction our community and our customers take us. Whilst we have our core goals – we need to try stuff that we’re being pointed at. If one …

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