Posted on January 14, 2017
Adding product features increases the size of the addressable market at the expense of the potential one.
Consider the following scenario, you run a small software company and a potential customer is willing to put a deposit down on a purchase which will be completed when the team builds a specific feature. Most would say that this is an obvious "yes." Getting people to pay for your software is a notoriously hard problem.
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