There are many ways to fail your product. Hopefully, there are some options for preventing from failure. It’s easy as pie – collect data about your audience, talk to them, be the one who understands them, be the product they need. How to do that – you can figure out in our guide to creating user personas.
If you want to know how to market your product to all of your target audiences, you have to become a little bit of a spy. Where do your customers come from, are they happy with their customer experience? Are they coming back after trying out your product, would they recommend your product to their moms? With the AARRR metrics you can get all the answers efficiently and use them to your and your customers’ advantage.
You more or less woke up, but your mind didn’t, and your morning productivity is at about 0,01%. Had enough of that? We’ve got you, bro. While you were pulling yourself together, or pulling yourself out of bed, we collected some tips and apps on how to boost your productivity, get the most of your morning routine and kick ass at work.
Planning to create a product without asking customers for their opinion? Unless you want to get into a PowerPoint chart of recent product failures, drop this idea and opt for customer development. Custdev is an approach that won’t strain the budget, but will take production to another level. If that’s exactly what you want, go ahead and use it!
We’ve mastered the art of criticizing ourselves, always demanding more, being unstoppable. But is it always efficient? Do we need to be in rush and do our damnedest without rewarding ourselves? Find out how to achieve more and value yourself with gamification.
The only person who can settle which design is better for your website or which text is more catchy for an email is your user. A/B testing is a genius tool that gives access to this kind of data. So, if you wish to build your idea on the basis of customer insights, start using split testing now.
There is nothing worse than relying on luck more than on facts. That’s why all successful companies spend great resources on market research before launching or upgrading any product. If you want to be in their ranks, learn your potential, define market opportunity and research your target audience. Own the information and own the world!
Life’s hard for those who cannot adapt to new circumstances. Which is exactly why most of the startups go Agile – it’s like having a good plan, but still being flexible. So, what’s so special about the Agile SDLC? How do you make it work for your startup? Don’t break your head over it, let’s find out.
People say that “man plans and God laughs”, but the truth is, developing software on a whim doesn’t really work. To make the process smoother, avoid unnecessary expenses, and reach your goal faster, you will need to do a bit of planning. Learn more about how a software development life cycle can help you pave your way.