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SUPER GUIDE: Network Effects

The Super Guide about Network Effects is a powerful guide on how to leverage the power of network effects in your company’s business model.

Table of Content

Here’s the content you’ll find in this guide

  1. Introduction
  2. What are Network Effects
  3. What aren’t Network Effects
  4. Feedback Loop of Network Effects
  5. Direct vs Indirect Network Effects
  6. Properties of Networks
  7. Terms of networks
  8. Laws of networks
  9. The Dynamics of Network Effects
    1. Value proposition
    2. Users and Inventory
    3. Competition
  10. Types of Network Effects
    1. Direct Network Effects
    2. 2-Sided Network Effects
    3. “Social” Network Effects
  11. Hidden Network Effects
    1. Slow networks
    2. Unfinished networks
    3. Throttled networks
    4. Latent networks
    5. Hidden advantages
  12. Strategies for Building Network Effects Metrics
  13. Network Effects Metrics
    1. Acquisition
    2. Competitor-Related Metrics
    3. Engagement-related Metrics
    4. Marketplace Metrics
    5. Economics-Related Metrics
  14. Case Studies of Companies with Networks Effects
    1. Facebook
    2. Airbnb
    3. Medium
    4. WhatsApp
  15. When Network Effects are not enough
  16. Conclusion

Read an excerpt from this Super Guide:

“Some of the greatest current brands – Facebook, Amazon, Airbnb, WhatsApp, Uber ( just to mention a few) – have their businesses built upon network effects. Because these and other companies have already learned that the value of their products increases as the importance of the network does. And the curious part of that is the network effects don’t require much maintenance, once they are built, they tend to keep running.

However, not all businesses are able to develop network effects – and not all of them should, anyway. Their dynamics can change a lot depending on the application. Besides, there are many different approaches and strategies, and they are directly dependent on the type of product, service, market, and industry.”

This is must-have knowledge for entrepreneurs and business model analysts, and consultants if you want to dominate business models, this super guide was made especially for you.

Network Effects - Super Guide

Network Effects - Super Guide

Network Effects - Super Guide

Network Effects - Super Guide

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