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The 10-Second Customer Attention Test
Boost the attention-grabbing power of your sales tools to capture your audience’s attention.
Boost the attention-grabbing power of your sales tools to capture your audience’s attention.
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Marketing Across Borders-Creating Effective GTM Strategies in Multiple Markets
Forward-thinking product marketers are shifting their thinking to make inroads across geographies.
Forward-thinking product marketers are shifting their thinking to make inroads across geographies.
Magazine
Product Life Cycle
Different stages of a product's life cycle require different investments and different focuses. Many of the articles in this quarter's issue of The Pragmatic address the different stages of the life cycle, all while recognizing that every company's evolution will be different and there is no one-size-fits-all answer.
Different stages of a product's life cycle require different investments and different focuses. Many of the articles in this quarter's issue of The Pragmatic address the different stages of the life cycle, all while recognizing that every company's evolution will be different and there is no one-size-fits-all answer.
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Secrets of Successful Women
Want to know a secret? Successful women in product say—whether by nature or nurture—you probably already possess many of the skills needed to build a great career.
Want to know a secret? Successful women in product say—whether by nature or nurture—you probably already possess many of the skills needed to build a great career.
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10 Tips for Creating Successful Product Marketing Content
By its nature, content marketing focuses on customer relationships, branding and thought leadership. Yes, the ultimate goal is to create conversions, but it’s a slow dance. Product marketing is a bit different. Here, the goal is to create interest in your products and educate consumers about them.
By its nature, content marketing focuses on customer relationships, branding and thought leadership. Yes, the ultimate goal is to create conversions, but it’s a slow dance. Product marketing is a bit different. Here, the goal is to create interest in your products and educate consumers about them.
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Market Problems and Frustrations
Much of what product managers do on a daily basis is prioritize a long list of requests. Requests that come from everywhere: a feature needed to close a deal, an idea from the dev team, a list of open items from support, and on and on and on. And everytime we have a meeting, we walk away with another list of requests.
Much of what product managers do on a daily basis is prioritize a long list of requests. Requests that come from everywhere: a feature needed to close a deal, an idea from the dev team, a list of open items from support, and on and on and on. And everytime we have a meeting, we walk away with another list of requests.
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PRIME Your Competencies
Distinctive competency is a great tool to help identify what makes your organization unique in your industry. More specific than core competencies—the things your team does well—distinctive competencies are those aspects of your business that differentiates you from your competitors and other suppliers.
Distinctive competency is a great tool to help identify what makes your organization unique in your industry. More specific than core competencies—the things your team does well—distinctive competencies are those aspects of your business that differentiates you from your competitors and other suppliers.
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Maybe We Should Be Problem Managers
If you ask people from development, sales and marketing what product management’s responsibilities should be, chances are you’ll get three different answers. But when I talk to executives, they expect product managers to be business leaders of the product. 
If you ask people from development, sales and marketing what product management’s responsibilities should be, chances are you’ll get three different answers. But when I talk to executives, they expect product managers to be business leaders of the product. 
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Reassessing Your Market Assumptions
What if everything you think you know about your market is wrong?That is the risk companies run when they don’t regularly validate their market assumptions. Recently, Logi Analytics took steps to evaluate whether its long-standing assumptions about the market were correct.
What if everything you think you know about your market is wrong?That is the risk companies run when they don’t regularly validate their market assumptions. Recently, Logi Analytics took steps to evaluate whether its long-standing assumptions about the market were correct.
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A Fantastic Example of Price Segmentation Using Distribution
Everyone who reads this blog knows that we should use price segmentation to capture more from those willing to pay more, yet still win from those only willing to pay less.  
Everyone who reads this blog knows that we should use price segmentation to capture more from those willing to pay more, yet still win from those only willing to pay less.  
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