In a recent post on Linked In, Rand Fishkin, SEO pioneer and founder of Moz, described what happens when you launch a bad MVP. While I agree with Rand's point, I disagree that a lousy MVP is really an MVP at all -- it's a prototype. An MVP is a product with a core group of raving fans (like the Seahawk fans below). It's not a working prototype. It was developed from a series of build-test-learn cycles that started with a prototype. The product is truly unique, and customers are desperate for it. It has a high NPS or a bimodal one. Not sure? Schedule a quick call.