For growing software companies, building products that are designed to be everything to everyone is rarely an effective strategy. Instead, suggests Central Desktop VP of Products Kristy McKnight, SaaS businesses should be striving to achieve better focus on the segments or verticals that give them the best chance for long-term success.
What separates the companies that make it past the early growth stage and those who don’t? A big factor is the ability to target the right customer segments and dominate them. OpenView founder Scott Maxwell shares five market segmentation strategies proven to work.
What are some best tactics to put your buyer persona research into action? Here are five tips to help you build and implement effect B2B buyer persona frameworks.
Your SaaS business is on a roll. You’ve acquired a number of early users, your churn is relatively low, and you’ve identified a host of new market opportunities that could lead to high growth. Time to step on the gas, right? Sure, if you know your target market segments. If you don’t, you may want to hit the brakes.
The sooner you realize that not all customers are created equal, the sooner you can maximize revenue. Start segmenting your customers today.
Mastering B2B market sizing is a necessity for any company hoping to improve its strategy and decision making. In this post you’ll learn how to use the right applications, create a clear market definition, and identify the best market opportunities for your company.
If you’re a startup, you might be more concerned with your day-to-day than developing your go-to-market strategy for the long haul. But as OpenView founder Scott Maxwell explains, designing your strategy now will go a long way towards helping you win the war for customers and one-upping your competition.