6 Proven Strategies to Test Your Minimum Viable Product (MVP)

Strategies to Test Your Minimum Viable Product


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Frequently Asked Questions

The top 5 MVP testing strategies are-

  • Customer interviews
  • Loading pages
  • Crowdsourcing resources
  • Ad campaigns
  • Wizard of the Oz

MVP testing is a technique for validating the product vision, specific product features, and the development process itself before launching the final product in the market.

It is about creating tests that only focus on the customer's opinions, company vision, or product performance. The basic purpose of an MVP test is to collect feedback before releasing a full-fledged product.

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