As a startup you don’t have enough people or budget to sell to everyone. You need to sell to those special few that are willing to take a chance on you right now. Here’s how to find them.
For startups, it’s important to take into account the differences between new and established markets. The differences will mean you are using different marketing tactics, you will execute those tactics in different ways and the content you produce to support those tactics will be different.
While using an existing product to help describe your own might seem like a great shortcut, it comes with a lot of risk.
Great positioning can mean the difference between success and failure for a startup. This presentation outlines how to position your startup, the symptoms of weak positioning and examples of startups that went from weak to strong positions.
The traditional positioning statement taught in marketing classes is awkward for startups. This is a canvas-style template for startup positioning.