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5 Truths of Building a Product Launch Strategy

Amplitude

A lot of teams obsess about getting everything perfect for product launch day. There are marketing emails to assemble. All of that anxiety, and in the grand scheme of things, launch day isn’t a be-all and end-all event. Assess how the market itself is doing.

Product Manager vs Product Marketing Manager

280 Group

Managing the Interrelated Roles and Responsibilities of Product Managers and Product Marketing Managers. Product Management and Product Marketing Management are complementary roles. Regardless, both of these distinct roles are essential to product success. It’s often said that a Product Manager has a more inbound focus, while a Product Marketing Manager has a more outbound focus. What Does a Product Manager Do?

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Pragmatic Live Transcripts (Prioritizing Your Product Launch)

Pragmatic Marketing

Hello and welcome to the Pragmatic Live podcast series where we tackle the biggest challenges facing today's product management, product marketing, and other market and data driven professionals with some of the best minds in the industry. I'm Rebecca Kalogeris, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Pragmatic Institute, and your host for this episode. I'm a principal product marketer here at HubSpot. We try and benchmark our launches.

Pragmatic Live Transcripts (Prioritizing Your Product Launch)

Pragmatic Marketing

Hello and welcome to the Pragmatic Live podcast series where we tackle the biggest challenges facing today's product management, product marketing, and other market and data driven professionals with some of the best minds in the industry. I'm Rebecca Kalogeris, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Pragmatic Institute, and your host for this episode. I'm a principal product marketer here at HubSpot. We try and benchmark our launches.

How to evolve product launches as you grow

Inside Intercom

As a product-first company, new product launches are a core part of Intercom’s DNA – which means there’s always an abundance of juicy launches for us product marketers to work on. Given our cadence of launches and updates, we’ve developed a pretty well-oiled launch machine over the past few years. Our go-to-market teams have grown immensely, meaning more specialists and larger cross-collaborative teams for each launch.

What 14 startup investors and advisors taught us about chasing (and finding) product-market fit

Mixpanel

Table of Contents The problem with defining product-market fit In search of quantitative indicators of product-market fit 6 things about measuring product-market fit 1. With that in mind, product-market fit is a spectrum 4.

Method Implementation for Cross-Functional Teams (Pragmatic Live Transcripts)

Pragmatic Marketing

How do you create a cohesive approach to product methodology when working with cross-functional teams? Neal Watkins of BAE Systems gives us his advice based on his five year experience with his product team at BAE and describes his newly defined processes, the importance of a universal language within a company, and how he’s learned that the correct input drives the correct output in regard to creating products that customers love. Marketing.

Method Implementation for Cross-Functional Teams (Pragmatic Live Transcripts)

Pragmatic Marketing

How do you create a cohesive approach to product methodology when working with cross-functional teams? Neal Watkins of BAE Systems gives us his advice based on his five year experience with his product team at BAE and describes his newly defined processes, the importance of a universal language within a company, and how he’s learned that the correct input drives the correct output in regard to creating products that customers love. Marketing.

5 Obviously Awesome Takeaways from April Dunford’s New Positioning Book

Business of Software Conference

“You’ve got a cool product, but nobody understands it. They compare your products with those that are nothing like it.” From page 1 of Obviously Awesome: How To Nail Product Positioning So Customers Get It, Buy It, Love It , it was clear that the team at Business of Software needed to read April Dunford’s new book. As an executive consultant, April Dunford brings 25 years of marketing experience to the table with this book.

Customer Development Guide For Product Managers

The Product Coalition

It was launched in 2011 and went broke in 2013 because people didn’t buy the product. The authors relied on their intuition or professionalism, and didn’t account for the most important factor in product creation?—?the the product/market fit. Everpix and Google Wave didn’t satisfy the market. In this situation, it doesn’t matter who creates the product, whether it’s two fellow developers or a corporation giant like Google?—?or Launch your product.