How to test ideas/feature when you have no traffic?!

Moritz Wobith
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Gleb Braverman
Founder, Speakezee
Try getting your friends to use or test your product and ask them what they would change or add - don't ask for direct feedback (they will be scared to hurt your feelings with negative feedback and will just say positive stuff)
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Moritz Wobith
@gleb_braverman Hi Gleb, yes that's what we are doing right now! Thanks for the Tip!
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Fabian Maume
Founder of Tetriz.io
Do you know who would be your ideal user? If yes the best will be to run some outreach campaign on Linkedin. Asking people about feedback is a type of copy that works quite well. Phantombuster can help with it. You can also consider making a Product Hunt launch. You have the option to redo a launch after 6 months, so making a launch early on, can help you a lot. I wrote an article on the topic: https://fabian-maume.medium.com/...
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Moritz Wobith
@fabian_maume Thanks for your Answer! About Phantombuster: Do you mean sending auto messages and asking them for feedback? + Also thanks for sharing your growth hacking insights on medium!
Fabian Maume
Founder of Tetriz.io
@mwobith 2 Approach works well with Phantombuster: 1: This workflow. Send an empty contact request (it converts better than including a message those days). When people accept send a follow-up message like "Hi #firstName#, I saw that you were [reason why he is your potential user], I recently launched [my product], I would love to have your opinion about it". 2: Option use Linkedin group messaging. I wrote this article about it: https://fabian-maume.medium.com/...
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Moritz Wobith
@fabian_maume Thats perfect! Thank you so much!!