Can You Ensure Your Product Launch Isn’t a Dud? Yes, Rapid Market-Testing Can Do That

Launching a new product can be very similar to shooting an arrow at a card. If the card is in another room, the light is gone, you are out of the optometrist and your pupils are dilated.

The quick test provides one of the most effective ways to determine exactly where to allocate the budget before a product is launched. Instead of investing a lot of money in your campaign message, spend a small amount to prove it is right – customize and personalize.

Rapid-fire forecast

With the quick market test, you spend some money to confirm the assumptions. You can then proceed with all the data you need to succeed, such as your ideal audience, where the audience is online, what posts resonate with that audience, and so on.

Without the quick test, product validation would have taken much longer and the time to develop and plan the marketing campaign would have delayed the full launch by months.

What you can learn from rapid market testing

The rapid market test can help to validate or invalidate your assumptions and avoid wasting your marketing budget on a product that is not yet ready for the market. Here are five areas where rapid market testing can provide a lot of information:

  1. Income forecast

Demonstrating ROI can be one of the most complicated tasks for any marketer. You can work hard, but the suspicion is not so convincing when you start a high-spending campaign. The quick test provides a clear picture of the revenue that comes with it and provides the information you need to make informed marketing investment decisions. Eliminate the guesswork from the equation.

  1. Consumer insights

The information you have already received from customers is, without a doubt, surprising and, fortunately, they have informed you about your marketing campaigns over the years. The quick test gives you an idea of   the next level and gives you an idea of   what language they use and at what point they buy the products. Basing your decisions on this test data will effectively position your steroid campaign.

  1. Suitability for the market

Many companies are so close to their products that they forget whether it is something that consumers want. By validating your products on the market before going too far during the launch, you reduce risk and maximize results. The rapid market test allows you to observe the interaction of your target audience with your product. You can then make decisions based on those interactions, not your expectations.

  1. Customer journey

Most customers have a series of interactions with a product before making a purchase decision. The goal is always to get the right message to the right person at the right time. However, validating your products on the market does not just mean that they “fit”. By testing your posts and interactions in small quantities with a real audience, you will gain a deep understanding of the customer’s journey and show when and where (e.g. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.) to send messages to your target audience.

  1. More targeted messages

Let’s start with the obvious: targeted messages are always better. The quick test provides real results instead of assumptions, showing exactly what attracts consumers. Instead of guessing based on the characters described in the presentations, all of your information comes from the actual behavior of your target audience.


The success of a product launch can hardly be guaranteed. What you can do is increase your chances of success by making sure your product is ready for launch with a brief market test. The best way to find out what to expect in the future is to gather as much information as possible in the present.