Keep the MVP focused on delivering the core functionality and value to users, avoiding unnecessary complexities or features.
Balance the development costs with the desired functionality, aiming for an MVP that delivers value within a reasonable budget.
Conduct thorough research on competitors to identify unique selling points and differentiators for the MVP, ensuring it stands out in the market.
Prioritize user needs and expectations by conducting user research and incorporating feedback to ensure the MVP solves a real problem.
Build the MVP in a way that allows for future iterations and iterations, based on user feedback and market trends.
Develop the MVP with a quick turnaround time to test the product concept and gather feedback from early adopters as soon as possible.
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