I like the idea of your app. I really do. But I had no idea what the hell Curvio does from the splash page,
The first thing I read when I hit the landing page is:
"New shows are being added all the time, Sign Up to be emailed when they are!" -- When I read that I thought this website was some sort of a tv guide. It emails me whenever a new show is made or released on television.
The second line wasn't much better:
"Find great looks from your favorite TV shows:"
I was confused from the first line, so I didn't understand the context of 'looks'
It wasn't until I clicked on a show and saw that you were indexing specific outfits from specific episodes that I truly understood what you guys were doing. Otherwise, the home page didn't tell me anything.
Just my two cents.
The AWS issues seem very solvable though.
Aside from what's mentioned above... that seems like a not so bad week.
Well, solvable at a cost (in both time and money).
> Aside from what's mentioned above... that seems like a not so bad week.
Yep. As I noted in the end, this is really not that extreme of an example. However, most people who have never run a company probably would rank that as one of the more stressful weeks of their year.
I don't think it's worth stressing too much about an odd data point, always best to look retrospectively at the bigger picture!
We've reached a point where our revenue growth may finally take us to truly cash-flow neutral (i.e. paying for server and content costs). If we can hit that target in the next couple months, we'll start pumping out content much faster. Stay tuned! :)