The ultimate guide to minimum viable products

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The ultimate guide to minimum viable products

  1. By @VladBlagi, GrantSnap.com, 10steps2.com
  2. Must-have: is it something customers want? Feasible: can it be solved? Viable: will they pay for it? Who will?10steps2.com Ash Maurya, Running Lean
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  5. WHO IS BUYING? WHY ARE YOU HOW WILL YOU WORTH BUYING MAKE MONEY? & DIFFERENT? HOW WILL YOU REACH10steps2.com CUSTOMERS?
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  10. Who is your CUSTOMER What PROBLEM(S) are you solving Existing ALTERNATIVES How are they SEARCHING Price10steps2.com
  11. A 1st problem is… Would you pay $20 aDoes this resonate with month to use a tool likeyou? How do you deal this?with it today?Is it a must-have?... This is how our solution looks today (screen per problem). Which of the screens resonated the most? Which could you live without? Are there any additional features you think are missing?
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