I’ve got two minimum viable product examples for you.  My last examples didn’t feature TurnMVP’s landing page template.  So first I’ll show an example of a real MVP created with TurnMVP.  And then I’ll show you an example of the MVP template it was created from.

This first MVP example is called FromMe [click to open].  It’s one of my favorites because the language is so easy to understand.  Take a look at how this MVP breaks down:

 

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Can you write about your product idea using that breakdown as a template?  It’s a great exercise.  What you’re really doing is coming up with a hypothesis for why your product would be valuable.  And that’s something you can test!

And here are FromMe’s results as they appear on TurnMVP’s Learn tab (shared with permission of course!)…

Minimum Viable Product Example ResultsSo what does it look like before you edit it?  Here’s an unedited example of that minimum viable product template [click to open].  Take a closer look at the benefits below…

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  1. […] No design or marketing skills?  Try TurnMVP’s minimum viable product landing page template.  It’s fast loading, looks professional, and takes the guesswork out of writing a value proposition.  (Read about more minimum viable product examples like this here.) […]

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