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Last month, I gave a talk on lean market validation at the opening night of Startup Weekend at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

In attendance were 200 eager students and entrepreneurs who wanted to learn how to build a startup in 54 hours.

I also wanted to help them understand that even first-time entrepreneurs can launch successful products by taking a few easy (and often free) steps.

After using lean market validation to launch several software products, including Product Plan, I’ve discovered that with the right process even inexperienced entrepreneurs can bring amazing products to market with excited buyers on the first day.

For many first-timers with great ideas, the process is exciting but also a bit intimidating.

The goal for my talk was simple: To lay out a few practical tips for entrepreneurs to quickly validate their ideas.

Market validation is the process of determining whether your product is of interest to a given target market.

Market validation involves a series of customer interviews with people in your target market, and it almost always takes place before you’ve made significant investment in your product/concept.

The same concept holds true for startups in the real-world. There isn’t time to agonize over details that, in the end, may not matter.

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