Short Read: How to know if you've got product-market fit
Lenny Rachitsky | 9 minutes
I’ve noticed that most people (including myself) have only a vague grasp on what product-market fit actually is. And even fewer people are going after it in a systematic way. For my own benefit if nothing else, last year I began collecting the best descriptions of PMF that I could find across Twitter, podcasts, books, and blog posts.
A new Status as a Service business must devise some proof of work that depends on some actual skill to differentiate among users.
If it does, then it creates, like an ICO, some new form of social capital currency of value to those users.
- Eugene Wei, Status as a Service (StaaS)
There is almost a perfect correlation between my level of fear before a post goes live and how much it resonates with readers.
- Jakob Greenfeld, Share your secrets
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