Starting during early 2009, using a healthy disregard of the impossible we identified three challenges / goals: To create a platform when a ‘conversation’ may take place – where users are able to connect, engage, interact, transact and share. To produce an environment where users choose to use the platform and join applications on the Realstew.
To get to a point where users are unable to stop using the platform and cannot afford to advance their communication platform elsewhere.
During the early 2013 we joined The ICEHOUSE Incubation programme to acquire support since we further grow our business. Working together with our ICEHOUSE mentor Debra Chantry we identified the metrics that mattered and also in short order there seemed to be a noticeable change in our closure rates and surge in revenue.
A long awaited (and needed) fresh new look in our platform will probably be released across the next six or seven weeks along with additional applications. Each application is made to entrench the rrrealstew proposition for existing users and attract further users. A Google Search about Realstew will, considering that we have Users in 97 countries, present limited results. The two main possible causes of this. The first is the truth and another is really a lie….you decide which happens to be which!
Answers One: ‘It is our strategy to never push our profile as we know by investing in our rate of growth it is preferable the established platforms not pick-up on which we are doing until it is actually too far gone!” Answer Two: “We have been bad at marketing ourselves. There was clearly a monthly $5 charge to work with the web accounting system. “If we have not goven you at the very least $5 from the residual income our company is sharing we are not likely to charge you. The first $5 we present you with we shall take back as a fee.”
Elements of RealStew took inspiration from Farmville, the Facebook game that grew from zero to millions of users in just 12 months. “The main difference along with us, however, is you will discover a tangible reward from RealStew – money,” Delaney said. For the time being, that cash originated from people buying services from Realstew but would in future include lending and currency conversion services.