When writing a question, try to ensure that:
- It is specific, easy to understand, and concise
- It shows knowledge of existing information shared on the profile
- It can be inquisitory, but is not disrespectful, rude, or combative
- It is not repetitive with previous questions posted
- It is grammatically correct
- It is phrased as a question
Some examples of respectful and constructive questions:
- There seem to be a lot of potential expansion possibilities - e.g. [possibility x] and [possibility y] - what are your plans, if any, to approach these areas?
- Why do you feel your product is better-suited to your target market than [x competitor] and [y competitor]?
- Glad to see that the team is already looking at paid marketing and not relying solely on word-of-mouth/virality for scale. Can you elaborate on the company's approach to marketing budget allocation?
- Can you give more detail on the use cases of your API applications? What percent of your current monthly revenue comes from your API application?
- How will you prioritize and select the next geographic markets to enter?
- What is the current team size? Can you share a breakdown of team by functional area?
- Is your business seasonal? If so, how do you plan to mitigate seasonality risks?