"Computer users aren't always easy to predict, and if you had
some sort of innate ability to accurately foretell what they'll
like and what they won't like, then companies would be paying you
so many consulting dollars that you wouldn't know what to do with
yourself besides build a portfolio of countries that you have
bought. Too many companies have been launched on assumptions, and
while your target market may have previously responded to something
similar to your efforts, it surely doesn't mean that they'll react
to what you've created in the way that you were expecting. You can
do all of the research that you want, but the only way to really
know if something will be a hit or a miss is to launch it and hope
for the best. We've all seen plenty of mediocre things rise to
success while great ideas have fallen by the wayside..."
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