Everyone has an idea. So why not take 5 minutes to test it with QuickMVP? Only your target customers can tell you if it's a good idea or not.
Use QuickMVP to get answers to the four judging criteria below and submit them by September 30, 2014, 11:59 PM EST.
All ideas qualify and are judged on four simple, quantitative criteria. The winners will be the most viable business ideas. When you sign-up for QuickMVP we teach you step-by-step how to answer these questions.
Interview your customers and use our Problem Interview Scoring Sheet to quantify the problem.
Validate your price point with QuickMVP.
Calculate your customer acquisition cost (CAC) through the Google Ad you create with QuickMVP.
Calculate your market size based on Google search volume and your ad's conversion rate.
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I can’t draw, write or sculpt—but working on a new idea is the most creative time I spend in my life. I get so much enjoyment from it, that I’d do it for free—and most of my ideas don’t actually make money—so I suppose it’s working as expected. But I’ve found that there’s a secondary reward that follows the creative burst—it’s seeing the idea come to life. Not just as a realized product or service, but actually seeing happy customers—and changing the way they live their lives.
Unfortunately, for most of my time as an entrepreneur I focused on turning my idea into reality before engaging my future customers. I’d build a website with a great billing system and never have any credit cards to bill.
I’ve learned now that money spent on an idea before you’ve engaged your customers is money poorly spent. And the no-brainer way to build a business that survives from idea to happy customers is to go find the happy customers before you spend R&D money on what you’re actually selling. This should sound a bit backwards to you—because it is. But in the age of the internet customer—most products are first evaluated from a website, not from the product itself. So building that product website first will show you whether customers want the product at an infinitesimally small fraction of the cost.
With this in mind, I’m putting my money where my mouth is—and offering an investment to the best overall performance of a product or service validated through early customer engagement. Thanks to QuickMVP, anyone can take up my offer and start making quick and simple customer engagement tests. So signup here and enjoy taking the next step in your new business!