How to Find Product Market Fit and 8 Ways to Test It
Achieving product market fit is crucial for business success. Discover a 4-step process to find and determine product market fit and explore 8 simple ways to test and validate it throughout the development life cycle. By understanding your target customers and validating your product or service, you can drive business growth and stay ahead of the competition.
What is a software beta version?
Discover the pivotal role beta versions play in software development and their impact on the final product. Learn about the importance of beta testing, its place in the software release life cycle, and uncover the differences between alpha and beta versions.
How to Write a New Product Launch Blog
We defined what a product launch blog is, and why it's important. We also provided a step-by-step guide on how to write a product launch blog post, including defining your goals, identifying your target audience, determining your key message, and including social proof.
The Ultimate Guide to a Successful New Product Launch
We outlined the key stages of a successful product launch, emphasizing the importance of planning, execution, and continuous engagement. We shared essential tools, best practices, and strategic insights to guide you through the launch process.
How to Submit Your App to the Google Play Store for Beta Testing
Learn the essentials of Google Play Store app publishing & maximize your app's success with our expert tips on descriptions, screenshots, & more
A Complete Guide to Creating a Product Proof of Concept
Discover how to create a successful proof of concept for your product idea, including types of POCs, testing methods, and common challenges.
The 8 Best Product Management Apps in 2023
Explore the top 8 product management apps of 2023 to optimize collaboration, streamline processes, and make data-driven decisions, all within one comprehensive guide for your product development success.
6 QA Best Practices for Modern Tech Companies
With reduced resources, increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of QA processes is more important than ever. To help you out, here are six best practices for quality assurance that you can use to continue meeting the high standards of your team and your customers even as a team of one.
Prioritizing Feedback Using the MoSCoW Framework
Learn how to prioritize beta test feedback using this data-driven method to categorize feedback into four categories: Must Have, Should Have, Could Have, Would Have. Improve communication, save time and resources, and make better decisions with the MoSCoW Framework.
How Product Leaders Challenge the Status Quo and Deliver Better Products
As a product manager or product management executive, you're always looking for ways to drive better results and improve your products. In your continuous search to improve, have you considered whether you’re leveraging the full potential of beta testing? According to Centercode's 2022 industry report, 7 out of 10 companies say beta testing is the most effective way to improve products.
Customer Loyalty Insights from Early Adopters
It's no secret that customer loyalty is crucial for any business. Not only is it more cost-effective to retain existing customers, but loyal customers also tend to spend more and recommend your company to others.
9 Product Quality Metrics to Improve with Beta Testing
One way to measure and improve the quality of your products is by tracking relevant product quality metrics during development.
4 Ways Beta Testing Can Boost User Satisfaction
If you want to retain more customers and keep them away from choosing your competitors, it’s essential to keep customer satisfaction high.
How Peer Review Creates Strong Collaborative Teams
Whether you’ve returned to the office, work in a hybrid model, or your entire company took the leap to being fully remote, our work spaces have changed dramatically in the last two years.
How Delta Testing Uses Atomic Habits to Promote Data-Driven Decisions
“You do not rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems.” This quote from Atomic Habits, by best-selling author and habit expert James Clear, is as true for using customer insight to drive product decision-making as it is for training to run a marathon, not biting your nails, or remembering to unload the dishwasher every night.