[How To Achieve Early-Stage Growth For Your Business]

[How To Achieve Early-Stage Growth For Your Business]

Let's talk about Early Stage of your Business. We all know how hard it is from the very beginning, right? I mean, you really need to know your thang! We had the same problem earlier this year. Thus, we decided to create a strategy with a goal to generate early beta users for Infinity. And we ended up with 2,500+ early adopters who gave us precious feedback and opinion about the Early Beta version of our project management tool. Scroll down below to find out! An order to validate our third idea and concept of how should we build yet another project management tool on the market, we decided to gather a pretty unordinary amount (more than usual) of early users to test the Beta version of Infinity. • >2500 early subscribers, with more and more coming over weeks (4,000 after a month and 6,000 after few months) • over 50+ DAILY messages on Intercom, including feedback and improvements of Infinity I think those are some awesome, useful and efficient growth tactics we used, so let me know if you have any additional question. If you're eager to take a more serious and detailed look about the growth strategy we used, you could it in this article.

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Let’s talk about Early Stage of your Business.

We all know how hard it is from the very beginning, right?

Collecting feedback and assembling very first group of users (which are also often called ‘early adopters’) could be very difficult at times. I mean, you really need to know your thang!

We had the same problem earlier this year.

Thus, we decided to create a strategy with a goal to generate early beta users for Infinity.

And we ended up with 2,500+ early adopters who gave us precious feedback and opinion about the Early Beta version of our project management tool.

How did we manage to do that? Scroll down below to find out!

  • WHAT WAS THE CASE?

After pivoting our project for two times, we decided to launch a Closed Beta version of our project management app.

An order to validate our third idea and concept of how should we build yet another project management tool on the market, we decided to gather a…

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