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Basic questions: Arjita’s Question: Let’s get started. Let’s start with the basics, when in a founder’s life is product growth important? Anshul’s Answer: So product growth is important when you’re at the launch stage, and you have done some product development, whether that’s an MVP, or some portion of an early product, then really the three stages that you would want to focus on the day you start off from is the idea stage where you’re still researching the idea, it definitely doesn’t make sense to think about product growth at that stage. That early stage, what you’re trying to
The word is already out! Instagram has 1 billion monthly active users. Yes, you heard that right. And, almost half of those are coming to Instagram every day. In growth marketing, the rule of thumb is: “GET THE EYEBALLS TO YOUR PRODUCT”. But I tried something else, I tried to go to a channel where the eyeballs already were A.K.A Instagram.
As a founder, I’m sure you have spent almost 98% of your time either thinking about this question or answering this question in investor meetings. And yet it is one of the most difficult questions to have a response for. In fact, most startups have a great idea and build magical solutions but just don’t know who their user is?