Key elements for marketing communications

October 20, 2010 § 2 Comments

The End of Push Marketing

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So you’ve got a great product or service? And it will sell itself because of how great it is? You figured out it doesn’t work that way, but you still believe your product or service really solves a problem people are having, and they might be willing to pay for your solution? There’s a lot of talk about “pull marketing”, and it may work, depending.

Pull marketing is not hard, it’s just a lot of work …

Better a witty fool than a foolish wit

October 21, 2009 § 1 Comment

One of the important ingredients of a sound business planning process is that we can report on the results of contacting customers and end-users for our product. Commonly (traditionally) this is done by mailed surveys, distributing surveys and/or interviewing at conferences, and telephone interviews.

Who to approach? Objectives? What questions? What information to give? What information not (trade secrets)?

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