Businesses and products fail for an accumulation of reasons. Discover the core reason why customers don’t buy and what you can do about it.
Makers are usually the last to understand where the value in their product exists. Understand what the market values and then figure out what to make.
Helping your customers succeed does not always mean doing the work for them. Provide the right tools for them and they will do the work themselves.
Software demos should not be dull, dry walkthroughs. They should be lively and engaging stories! It ensures your product resonates with potential customers.
Are your product and design decisions driven solely by internal business needs? Or are they being made from the customers’ or users’ perspective?
You product’s position in the market helps customers understand what your product does and who it’s for. Use this tip to cement it into their head.
There are a million little ways to put a smile on your customers’ faces. They’re completely free, so why wouldn’t you do at least a handful?
Connecting with everyone is a nearly impossible route to take. Connecting with a well-defined group of people, on the other hand, just takes commitment.
Do you know who your customer is?