Get exposure, and maybe you’ll get discovered.
A website dedicated to amateur performances. You upload a video of your performance, write up all the details, and publish in the hope that agents, scouts, producers, etc. will use this site to find new talent.
When you have an original idea that goes against “common sense,” you only need one supporter to stick by it.
A website where people can publish their ideas and invite others who think they are right to support them by saying so. This is especially important if you have an idea that many already objected to, ridiculed, or put you down because of it.
Some insight into the “hidden” prices of some companies.
A website where users can share anonymously their experience with prices of services, products, and companies that do not make their prices public.
Some kids have the talent and drive to make beautiful and useful items, but selling them is a problem because most online solutions are geared towards adults.
Build a marketplace for items handmade by kids. The platform should take into consideration the legal and mental situation of the kids selling: their age, parents’ involvement, particular logistical problems, etc.
Get advice on how to plan your one day visit to a city.
Have users share their experience and knowledge of what would be the best one-day visit plan for a given city. Other can then search for the city and see many suggestions, helping them form their own plan.