Go To Market Strategy

Reaching customers with your product or service requires identifying how many customers exist, what they need, and positioning your product or service as their top choice.

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How do your customers see you? The promises you make about your offering, and customer perceptions of how well you deliver on those promises, combine to create your market positioning. This learning stream provides a six-step framework for honing your positioning. You'll examine the facets of your business to find the elements you deliver that resonate most with customers, use starter wording templates as a jumping-off point, and validate your work with seven key criteria.
Ken Burke 1h 0m Pub. Sep 15, 2018
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Who are you selling to? While entrepreneurial optimism might lead you to believe the entire world is your market, success depends on a focused definition of your core audience that aligns with the rest of your go-to-market strategy. This learning stream outlines commonly-used demographic and psychographic attributes for profiling your target market, in addition to tips for developing your own business-specific market characteristics.
Ken Burke 44m Pub. Sep 15, 2018
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To communicate value to customers, you need more than a list of features; you must communicate both the practical and emotional benefits customers will derive. This learning stream will guide you through the process of developing your unique value proposition – how to identify the hidden desires as well as the practical needs your offering addresses and how to highlight the elements of your business that present a compelling story.
Ken Burke 36m Pub. Sep 15, 2018
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