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How Product-Market Fit Really Works (Part 2)

The Product Coalition

The journey to product-market fit might seem random, but it actually has a well defined high-level structure. Here is part two of the guide that will help you find your way to product-market fit. This is an important principle in the product-market fit journey. How many is a few?

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How Product-Market Fit Really Works (Part 1)

The Product Coalition

If you are on the journey toward product-market fit, you know it’s not easy. Every new product has its own fit to find. One of the hardest challenges of any product and any startup is of course reaching product-market fit. product-market fit under the hood. So here it is?—?product-market

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The Critical Role of Product Strategy When Money Is Scarce (Part 1?—?Seed)

The Product Coalition

The Critical Role of Product Strategy When Money Is Scarce (Part 1 — Seed) A good product strategy is something every company needs. Here is how a product strategy can help you create business results, even when the market is not in your favor. Product strategy is such a vague term for most people.

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The Critical Role of Product Strategy When Resources Are Limited (Part 2?—?Rounds A, B, and Later)

The Product Coalition

The Critical Role of Product Strategy When Resources Are Limited (Part 2 — Rounds A, B, and Later) When you start selling your product, you feel great, but that doesn’t last for too long. You blame the market, but often that’s just overlooking the real problem. Photo by Tomas Sobek on Unsplash Nobody likes crises.

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The Critical Role of Product Strategy When Money Is Scarce (Part 2?—?Rounds A, B, and Later)

The Product Coalition

The Critical Role of Product Strategy When Money Is Scarce (Part 2 — Rounds A, B, and Later) When you start selling your product, you feel great, but that doesn’t last for too long. You blame the market, but often that’s just overlooking the real problem. You add features, you replace salespeople, but it doesn’t help.

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Product Strategy Iterations

The Product Coalition

A solid product strategy takes time to build. Here is the method I use for creating a product strategy that makes sense. When I talk to the startups I consult to , or with the CPO Bootcamp participants, I always say that building a solid product strategy isn’t like solving a math equation.

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Great Sales and Marketing People Aren’t Enough

The Product Coalition

The technical writer I hired was quite experienced and had a background in marketing. When we reviewed the product, she started asking me questions that I didn’t have a ready answer for. Great marketing people can’t always market well either. The API was well-defined. Turned out I was wrong. Guess what? Talk to us.