Food For Thought #21: Product Hunt Best Practices, Pivots, Niches, KPIs, Frustration

Age of Product’s of Food for Thought of December 27th, 2015 covers: Best practices on how to get to #5 on Product Hunt, Steli Efti on when and how to pivot, Dave McClure on the power of niches to grow a business from, Ken Norton on product management and aiming for 10x, not 10%, how to build product roadmaps, the cost of frustration and Roman Pichler on how to pick the right KPI for product performance.

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Food For Thought #20: Product in 2016, State Of Tech, VC & Logic, 10x, Pivotal Products

Age of Product’s of Food for Thought of December 18th, 2015 covers: Product management in 2016, the state of technology, wrong product choice of hardware founders, the illogical side of venture capital, go for 10x, not 10%, pivotal product bets at Facebook, an inspiring podcast w/ Ryan Leslie plus a five day email course to reboot yourself and get ready for 2016.

This is the Christmas edition! We will be back in January 2016. Enjoy your time off! 🙂

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Food For Thought #19: Patterns of Disruption, Customer Feedback, Pitfalls, LTV & DCF

Age of Product’s Food for Thought of December 13th, 2015 covers: Patterns of disruption, customer feedback best practices, customer development pitfalls, your TRUE LTV, be lazy and create things that matter, innovation labs, Kickstarter best practices and the tale of Ada Lovelace.

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Free Email Course on Lean User Testing

Free Email Course: Lean User Testing Now Delivered To Your Inbox:

If you like to learn more about how to run user tests, my ebook Lean User Testing is now available in another convenient format: A seven chapters strong email course. And best of all: It’s free, absolutely free.

This course is practically identical with the original ebook and covers the following sevens lessons:

  • Part 1: Getting Started With Lean User Testing
  • Part 2: Marketing to Interviewees
  • Part 3: Inviting Interviewees
  • Part 4: Location, Hard- and Software, Preparations
  • Part 5: Best Interview Practices, the Course of the Interview, Follow-up and Debriefing
  • Part 6: What to do with the Findings, Crowd Testing
  • Part 7: Checklists

At the end of this email course, you can immediately start organizing your own user tests. So, sign-up for it now:

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Lean User Testing–Next Steps

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  1. Putting finishing touches to the physical version of the book, provided on demand by CreateSpace of Amazon. The first proof copy looks much better than anticipated.
  2. Making Lean User Testing available for other ebook stores.
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Food For Thought #18: State of Startups, Lean Startup, Disruption, Freemium, Failure

Age of Product’s Food for Thought of December 6th, 2015 covers: The perceived increase in the speed of business, “Lean Startup” – a video with Jason Calacanis & Eric Ries, Firstround’s “State of Startups 2015”, donkeys and unicorns, disruption, why freemium can be a killer, and company failure patterns.

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