6. “If you’re above 40% of the people saying
they’d be very disappointed, I tend to say
you’ve found product/market fit, and if
you’re less than that, you haven’t.
7. The core product/market fit question
★ Segment the rest of the responses with this question
★ Open-ended responses help you understand why
★ Can be asked independently or as part of other survey questions
8. Do you have product/market fit?
★ Nobody really cares about your product!
★ Find insights from very disappointed & somewhat disappointed responses
★ Go back to the drawing board to try something different
9. Do you have product/market fit?
★ Almost there…
★ Figure out the difference in very disappointed & somewhat disappointed responses
★ Product and / or customer segment tweaks can get you there
10. What are alternative solutions to the problem you solve?
★ Learn what people consider as alternatives
★ Helps define your market and opportunity
★ Responses will validate / invalidate your own ideas
11. What’s the benefit of your solution?
★ Discover the core use case(s) for your product
★ Helps inform your value proposition for positioning
★ Turn into multiple choice question for future surveying
12. Do people tell others about your solution?
★ Learn what words people use to describe your product to others
★ Helps assess word of mouth for your product
★ Identify invite and sharing opportunities
13. Who is your solution most valuable to?
★ Learn more about the type of people that will value your product
★ Helps figure out market segmentation
★ The target customer might not be who you are thinking
14. How do you improve your solution?
★ Find out what people want improved
★ Helps with determining future product direction / roadmap
★ Discover things you weren’t thinking of improving
15. Learn from 731 product/market fit
survey responses about Slack: