Why startup founders need to be wary of “hijacker” users

"Startup founders can be too heavily influenced by users and need to prevent customers from “hijacking” their products, Y Combinator partner Michael Siebel says. In a post on the Y Combinator blog, Siebel says that founders need to become experts in identifying these “hijackers” and resist the urge to alter their product to meet the demands of a few. “When you’re just getting started, many startups will take every user they can get,” he writes." Read more

Denham Sadler StartupSmart 9 Sep 2016


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