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The article from, titled “How to Validate a Business Idea: 11 Practical Strategies,” provides a comprehensive guide for entrepreneurs on validating business ideas. It emphasizes the importance of identifying real-world problems, testing ideas on a small scale, using tools like live chat for customer feedback, not stressing early about pricing, and prioritizing action over extensive research. It also advises on staying flexible, being transparent as a company, cautiously using paid marketing, focusing on key business metrics, creating repeatable processes, and finding a sustainable work routine.

For more detailed insights, you can read the full article on here.


  1. Let the idea find you, instead of forcing an idea.
  2. Test things out on a small scale before investing your time.
  3. Use live chat on your website to identify customer needs.
  4. Don’t stress too much about pricing in the early days.
  5. Prioritize action over research.
  6. Expect your product to change (and welcome it)
  7. Don’t be a mysterious, faceless company.
  8. Avoid investing in paid marketing too early.
  9. Find the metrics that matter most to your business.
  10. Create a repeatable process.
  11. Find a sustainable routine that works for you.