Apple has always had a flair for marketing. But even in the early days, this wasn’t without its controversies.
The root cause of launch failures? Not enough external feedback.
For years, I have struggled to articulate exactly why experiments are so valuable, despite my enthusiastically foisting them on unsuspecting founders. The scientific process makes a lot of sense in an academic research context. But what exactly is it’s value in business, other than being trendy in the Lean Startup crowd?
You can learn a lot about a new product idea by figuring out analogies customers use to understand it. If it works with movies, it will definitely work with landing pages and prototypes.
Getting boundaries right helps achieve goals and fuels a healthy creative practice. Critical for innovation.
If you want a breakthrough product, product and marketing experiments are how you create one.
Vinay did a great job pushing me for details with a healthy skepticism to what I was saying. This dynamic turned or conversation into a good interview, highlighting on the ins and outs of the Launch Tomorrow method as it now stands.
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