5 Reasons Why Your MVP Might Not Work

  1. time duration to complete the MVP: The deadlines or time duration to set MVP affects a project deeply. I have seen project managers, CEO fall prey to this loophole. They tend to set unachievable deadlines for the team which results in a lack of research, competitor analysis, and bad planning.
  2. Resources: A startup always has a problem with resources, so it's very necessary to plan your MVP depending upon the resources. By resources we mean: developers, computational limitations, financial earnings.
  3. User Basic requirements: There are some basic sets of features we decide to provide to users initially. We cant go with all features so we decide on a limited set of features to provide to users. These features are decided based upon the target niche, their demographics, psychographic, competitors, and many more.
  1. Lack of planning: Planning is important in nearly everything we do. Even a Family Trip cant be successful without a proper plan. You see, how important planning is right !! This becomes more and more crucial when it comes to building an MVP version.
    There are lots of things that need to take into consideration while planning.
  2. Pulling too many eggs into a plate: Often pulling too many features into a single go leads to brutal fallback. There's a saying you can either build 100 features and close them all at once or build a few and evolve them.
  3. Trying to leap a mountain with a single jump: Are you the one who wants to achieve overnight success? Congrats, you are not alone. Startups need a lot of patience. No one gains overnight success. You would have heard stories of apps gaining success overnight, but less do we know about the failures the founders would have gone through.
  4. Oops!! You missed users feedback: User feedbacks are very important as they help in shaping the right future of an app. User feedback stays at the top priority in any startup. With time we have experienced that founders, entrepreneurs with great goals tend to neglect user feedback at some places.
  5. Unprofessional team: MVP comes with high risk and responsibility. Team really needs to be focused with work. It might include staying awake for hours. Following are signs of a unprofessional team:

I can do 10 things and end no where, or try one thing and take it to places.

Knowing your Customers more than there Family does

  1. Market Research
  2. Competitor Analysis
  3. Topic Modeling
  4. Content Automation
  5. SEO

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Abhishek Patnaik

Abhishek Patnaik

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