One of the best ways to make money with your online business is to sell products from the pages of your website. But what product? That’s the million-dollar question.
The worst thing you can do is spend time, energy, and money creating a product no one wants. To remove this risk, consider creating a minimum viable product to start.
Minimum viable products are specifically designed to help you test out your business ideas without pouring a lot of resources into the process.
This week on Hit Publish, host Pamela Wilson invited three Copyblogger experts to share their best advice on creating winning minimum viable products.
Tune in to hear from host Pamela Wilson, Chris Garrett, Sonia Simone, and Tony Clark as they discuss:
- The huge mistake many people make when creating a minimum viable product, and how you can avoid it
- Why MVPs are a low-risk way to approach a new business idea
- The specific technique for asking your audience to share their challenges that works every time
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