4 Signs to know if you are not with early adopters

When you’re just starting you have one main priority: validating that the problem you are trying to solve is in fact real. In other words, you want to find those people who currently have a pain point that you want to solve. Figuring out who that someone is therefore crucial to your survival. Who they… Continue reading 4 Signs to know if you are not with early adopters

How do I get my first 100 users for feedback, after building the MVP?

(Adopted from replies to two questions on Quora over past few months) There are two kinds of people that you may seek – (1) Early adopters — These are the people who you need desperately at an early stage to validate and evolve your business model. These are the people who are already trying to solve… Continue reading How do I get my first 100 users for feedback, after building the MVP?

Why is finding and engaging with early adopters hard?

  The riskiest assumption, for your start-up in the beginning, is whether there are any people actively trying to solve the problem your product will solve for them. These are the people we call early adopters. Your goals is really to find if there are people already trying to solve the problem (that you are… Continue reading Why is finding and engaging with early adopters hard?