How to tell if you have product/market fit

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TL;DR

  1. You have some organic growth already.
  2. Your existing users send invites.
  3. You have a high NPS score.
  4. Your existing users retain.

You have some organic growth already.

Your existing users send invites.

Someone loves you; someone hates you.

Your existing users retain.

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