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A startup whether a product or a service is nothing without users or customers. You should validate and build your audience before you "launch" in public. But delaying the launch too much can be dangerous. Knowing when to launch even a seemingly imperfect product/service, is critical.
Whenever you think you are ready to offer your core value proposition to customers, you are set for a launch. The core value doesn't have to come through a piece of tech - that might be the future goal. If you are able to deliver it now through manual processes, that's fine too. Don't prepare for scale before you achieve it.
Even after you do all things "right", you might not see a huge spike in traffic and customers. Not every launch is a success.
However, while a lot is written about a "launch", too little is written about the fact that it doesn't end there. You don't want just a spike, but sustained traffic. So, whether you get a lot of a traffic OR very little, the game isn't finished - it is just beginning.
There is no one way to launch your startup. In this report, one of the many ways are shared.
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