Going Live with Your Startup

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Reid Hoffmann co-founder of LinkedIn says "If you are not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you've launched too late." This statement could not be truer for me. I have the product working but its the polish that is missing.

I’ve been reading up on advice about going live with your startup because thats exactly the question I am asking myself … when is the right time for me?

Am I thinking about going live too early, especially as things are not finished and, from my prospective, is not at the level I would like it to be but the sooner I get my product in front of real users, the sooner I can start learning from them.

One argument says “Go live as soon as possible, get feedback so you can react to make changes early and if needed, pivot”.

Well, this is our pivoted version, we hope we got it right this time. It’s based on what we have learnt from our users and the direction we wanted to take our product.

We learnt that listening is important so we put in place a feature request and Issue report section for users to give us the help we need as we move forward.

If the startup is successful, no one will remember how ugly the product looked the day we launched, and if it’s not successful, no one will care … I hope

With all that said, Voxxi is now open with all features available to users at this time. Click here to join its free.

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Frank Warwick

Frank Warwick

I love creation with a purpose. I aim at providing functional and easy to use applications for all level of users. I value your feedback, thanks for reading the blog.