Got an idea for a product?
Begin with KISS principle – Keep It Simple, Silly.
Minimum features, minimum cost possible, minimum time-taken for being market-ready.
Feasible enough to encourage the user to try the product or pay for its use.
The outcome which can be a service or a tangible item.
By July 1995, Amazon started as "Books on Internet"
Within two months Sold books to 50 states 45 countries. Sales up to $20,000/week.
By 1998, it added product categories, innovative products, customer-centric features and much more.
Became "The everything store".
Not an MVP
Reduces time to
Lowers the cost of
Practically, yes. This is what MVP experts say.
It can be a simple network building website, like Facebook, when it started in the year 2004. Or an idea to integrate the system with Artificial Intelligence technology. And everything else, between these two.
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Remember, it is not about building less
Small, contained launch
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