What’s the best way to launch your MVP?

Eric Ries (Author, The Lean Startup)
The Lean Startup: How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses

Having a low-quality product can inhibit learning when the defects prevent customers from experiencing (and giving feedback on) the product’s benefits. (p.227)

Vinicius Vacanti (Founder and CEO @ YipitData)
How We Fooled Ourselves into Delaying Our Startup’s Launch | Vinicius Vacanti

There’s one more excuse I had but didn’t talk about. I was afraid it wouldn’t work.

Paul Graham (Co-Founder & Partner at Y Combinator)
Frighteningly Ambitious Startup Ideas

Empirically, the way to do really big things seems to be to start with deceptively small things. Want to dominate microcomputer software? Start by writing a Basic interpreter for a machine with a few thousand users. Want to make the universal web site? Start by building a site for Harvard undergrads to stalk one another.

Paul Graham (Co-Founder & Partner at Y Combinator)
Startups in 13 Sentences

Launch fast. The reason to launch fast is not so much that it’s critical to get your product to market early, but that you haven’t really started working on it till you’ve launched. Launching teaches you what you should have been building.