I have a use case,
It is a good use case ,Huge,
Zero users though
There are a lot of interesting use cases you can solve. Stop any person in your company and ask them , do you have a use case to solve? The answer invariably would be Yes(If it is NO often , you need to think hard about how much relevant your own product is for your own company)
The question is not just what use case you are solving, but how many users actually are there? And are they even your users?
Followed the expert,
From facebook to instagram,
user never there
One of the follies of many businesses is looking for every kind of user on Social media.
Social media is not the place where your users may be, even if they are , it is not the place where they would make a decision .
Sometimes user is swayed by 1 post on a tech forum than 1000s of FB Ads. Sometimes all it takes is 1 face to face meeting than un solicited emails. The former is slow but many a times much more effective.
Reach does not imply conversion.
Find the place not where the users are, but where they make decisions.
If unrepaid will haunt
the tech debt has to be paid
circle of PM life
Moral of the story: Pay your tech debts. Features can wait sometimes, you can have released where you have nothing to show. Absolutely 0 visual progress. Your product update would be ” Fixed some bugs” or “better logging”…do it and thank me later