Nailing Product/Market Fit by Chris Barton

Mind the Product

In his ProductTank San Francisco talk, Chris Barton – founder of Shazam and, more recently, Guard – recounts the music recognition app’s successful quest for the Holy Grail: Product/Market Fit. Go After a Big Market Chris explains that to [.].

A Guide to Product/Market fit

Mind the Product

The term product/market fit was popularised by the lean startup movement a few years ago and tends to be something we glibly trot out when referring to a runaway success or a miserable product failure. And what is the product manager’s role in maintaining [.].

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?

August Roundup: Roadmaps, Product/Market Fit, Team Culture and More!

Mind the Product

Today, August signs off for another year and we’re happy to report that it was packed with treats for Mind the Product members. We covered product/market fit, team culture, careers, diversity, roadmapping and more. appeared first on Mind the Product.

From Build to Buy: The Path to Better Analytics for Your Application

Speaker: Ardeshir Ghanbarzadeh, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Logi Analytics

Making the transition from building your analytics in-house to investing in a third-party embedded solution can be complicated.Watch this webinar with Ardeshir Ghanbarzadeh, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Logi Analytics, for tips on making the transition as smooth as possible, and getting on the right path to better analytics for your app!

Brand Identity For Product Management & Product Marketing: 5 Components

Proficientz

Strong brand identity builds trust and motivates people to buy your products and services. In B2B organizations the same concepts apply to product management and product marketing teams for the same reasons. Engineers get paid to design and build products, and so on.

Nailing Product/Market Fit by Alan Chiu

Mind the Product

In this talk, Alan Chiu pulls from his experience in product management and as a seed-stage venture capitalist to showcase a variety of case studies on companies who have perfected product/market fit. What are upstream and downstream products?

The Phenomenal Product Manager: Product Marketing versus Product Management

280 Group

The article is a synopsis of The Phenomenal Product Manager: Chapter One , written by Brian Lawley. We’ll be using the term Product Manager to refer to both Product Managers and Product Marketers. Inbound (Product Management) spends most of their time with engineering teams and customers, making critical decisions and ensuring that everything gets done to bring customer-focused products to market. Customer and Market Research.

The Playbook for Achieving Product-Market Fit

Mind the Product

Why Products Fail. One of the main reasons why products fail is because they don’t meet customer needs in a way that is better than other alternatives. That is the essence of product-market fit. In this talk at ProductTank San Francisco, I share advice from my book The Lean Product Playbook on how to achieve product-market fit. The Product-Market Fit Pyramid. My Product-Market Fit Pyramid consists of five layers.

Career Stories and Advice on Product Management and Product Marketing

bpma ProductHub

By Jennifer Gridley – Have you ever wondered how different people break into Product Management and why they stay? Would you like advice from great Product Managers on how to do the job well? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you’ve… Career Product Management Product MarketingAre you interested in sharing your story and advice with others?

Build Delightful Products with Customer Validation

Speaker: John Little, Head of Product Marketing, Centercode

When it comes to delivering a solid product/market fit, customer validation is key. After all, you want to provide customers with a product that not only fills the need, but is delightful -- right? To get there, you need to commit to a vital blend of market research, strategy, and user testing. Join John Little, Head of Product Marketing at Centercode, as he explains a two-part approach to customer validation. First, how do you strategically identify your top product areas that need attention prior to release. And second, how do you turn user data into strategic priorities that help the right teams make the right decisions.

Fake Product Market Fit: The Signs.

NextBigWhat

You either have a product market fit or you build fake metrics to get there (even unintentionally). NextBigWhat’s #Threadmill brings you curated Twitter threads on product, life and growth. A … 0/5 Startups die because of: – Fake Product-Market fit.

Product/Market Fit is Failing Because of Your Company Structure

Mind the Product

Did you know that 42% of startups fail because no one wants to buy their product? For corporations, nearly 80% of new products fail each year for the exact same reason. So why are we still developing products no one wants? Product experts have tried to tackle this issue but they gloss over the impact a company’s structure and leadership team have on product/market fit. Who owns Product/Market fit – Marketing, Sales, or Business?

The Product Market Fit Engine by Rahul Vohra

Mind the Product

After working on a product for over two years without launching it, Rahul Vohra knew that he had to do something different. In this ProductTank San Francisco talk, Rahul , CEO and Founder of Superhuman , shares with us a framework for determining product/market fit and optimizing until you achieve it. Measuring product/market fit. Their team was busy working and coding the product but nothing had been officially released yet. Measuring Product/Market Fit.

What is Product Marketing and Why Should I Care?

Userpilot

SaaS companies have started to realize that their products should be the main driver of growth. This product-led growth flips the old marketing and sales rulebooks on their heads. Product marketing is a large part of this shift. Product-Led Growth.

Iterate Your Way to a Top Analytics Product Experience

Speaker: Richard Cheng, Associate Product Manager, Mark43

To fix traditionally paper-heavy and error-prone processes, they needed a secure and easy-to-use product experience that simplified and unified crime data collection and management. Haarthi Sadasivam, Technical Product Marketing Manager at Looker will join the conversation on best practices.

Mastering the Problem Space for Product/Market Fit by Dan Olsen

Mind the Product

The term Product/Market Fit was coined by Marc Andreesen back in 2007 and it’s been a key goal for any new product or startup ever since. The Product/Market Fit Pyramid.

In Search of a Better way to Measure Product/Market fit

Mind the Product

Tech billionaire Marc Andreessen has been credited with bringing the term “product/market fit” into the mainstream lexicon in 2007. During my dealings with investors and product veterans, I’ve often heard that you can always feel when product/market fit is happening. Andreessen too gives us a vivid illustration of what product/market fit feels like in his post: “ You can always feel when product/market fit isn’t happening.

The Perfect Tango Between Product Marketing and Product Management

ProductCraft

Contrary to that, the intention behind this framing is to highlight the need for product marketing and product management to always be in lock-step with each other. Best Practices Collaboration Communication PM Role PMM Product Teams

ABM and How It Can Optimize Product Marketing

280 Group

Product marketers driving account-based marketing (ABM) programs operate with a different thought process when it comes to marketing to individual accounts because they think more like sales people. The ABM marketer plays a role supporting sales proposals, and using ABM technology, has the potential to improve conversion rates and shorten sales cycles. ABM vendors claim that ABM delivers the highest ROI of any B2B marketing strategy.[continue

Your Post-Launch Toolkit for Understanding Your Users

Speaker: Brittney Gwynn, former Director of Product, Simple Health

If you've ever launched an MVP, you know that the journey has only just begun. How do you figure out what to do next? You know that you need to look at how different user segments react, but how do you quickly distinguish signal from noise so you can iterate and improve? Join Brittney Gwynn, former Director of Product at Simple Health, as she explains how you can use early customer feedback, usage data, and continuous experimentation to optimize your journey to product-market fit. Whether you're at a brand-new company, or looking to innovate within a more mature organization, or anywhere in between, you'll come away with a new skill set, ready to make the most of your launches.

Using Return On Marketing Investment to Optimize Product Marketing

280 Group

Product marketing is not an exact science by any stretch of the imagination. However, new ways of objectively measuring and optimizing product marketing effectiveness are significantly changing the game. One of the biggest questions that marketing leadership is being asked by executive management is this: “What return on marketing investment (ROMI) is the company getting for the money they spend?” Product Marketing Data Methodology Metrics

“Product” Market Analysis vs. “Solutions” Market Analysis: 3 Key Differences

Proficientz

Market analysis is one of the first and most important steps in the success of any business, large or small, products and services. In B2B, analyzing markets for products versus solutions comes down to how you want to view the market – more inside-out or outside-in, the width of your viewing lens and if you need to be more strategic or tactical. 3 Key Differences Between Product and Solutions Market Analysis.

What is Product Marketing and Why Should I Care?

Userpilot

SaaS companies have started to realize that their products should be the main driver of growth. This product-led growth flips the old marketing and sales rulebooks on their heads. Product marketing is a large part of this shift. Product-Led Growth.

Solutions Marketing vs. Product Marketing: One Big Difference

Proficientz

A lot of people think solutions marketing is just a fancy term for product marketing, especially since the term solution has been so overused. In a product marketing model, products are the star. What Is Solutions Marketing?

Build Actionable Dashboards to Drive Your Business

Speaker: Jim O'Leary, VP of Product Management, and Brian Elmi, Director of Product Management, NTENT

Most product dashboard review lagging indicators rather than leading indicator and focus on the wrong metrics to move the business forward. When your operations dashboard is well-aligned with your business's goals and access to data is decentralized, that empowers teams at all levels of the organization to make decisions that drive the business. Join Jim O'Leary and Brian Elmi of NTENT as they share exactly what they've done to build successful dashboards. Using their methodology, you'll be able to plan out dashboards that are tailored to your business needs.

On Product Marketing at Uber

Pragmatic Marketing

revolutionized the direct transportation market. Laura Jones is head of product marketing at Uber and recently participated in an AMA on influencing the product roadmap via Sharebird , a place to see how people at top companies do product marketing. In the AMA, Jones offered insights into how product marketing works at Uber, along with tips and advice for other professionals in the field. Collaborating with Product Management.

On Product Marketing at Uber

Pragmatic Marketing

revolutionized the direct transportation market. Laura Jones is head of product marketing at Uber and recently participated in an AMA on influencing the product roadmap via Sharebird , a place to see how people at top companies do product marketing. In the AMA, Jones offered insights into how product marketing works at Uber, along with tips and advice for other professionals in the field. Collaborating with Product Management.

Product Marketing vs. Product Management

PMLesson's Ace the PM Interview

So, what’s the difference between a Product Manager (PM) and a Product Marketing Manager (PMM)? Both Product Managers and Product Marketing Managers often work very closely together and share project ownership, they generally have different sets of responsibilities that require different skill sets. PMs are ultimately accountable for the product's success or failure. The PMM helps build the value proposition and positioning of the product.

Product Marketing or Product Management

Pragmatic Marketing

The job titles product marketing manager and product manager are confusing enough to start raging debates about who does what. From a product perspective, we can simplify this as current products, next products and future products. Roles Before Titles.

Collaborate Better with Your Customer-Facing Teams

Speaker: Hope Gurion, Product Leader Coach, Fearless Product LLC

Customer discovery is the lifeblood of product teams to identify the most important customer needs to solve next. Often it's the Product and UX members of the trio who take lead on facilitating this discovery. But what about other customer-facing teams in an organization? How do product teams best partner with these teams to understand customers’ unmet needs and decide which needs to address next?

Product Marketing or Product Management

Pragmatic Marketing

The job titles product marketing manager and product manager are confusing enough to start raging debates about who does what. From a product perspective, we can simplify this as current products, next products and future products. Roles Before Titles.

How to Find Product/Market Fit: A Practical Guide

The Product Coalition

One thing above all makes a successful startup: people who purchase and love the product. If you have that, it means you’ve managed to offer the market exactly what it needs or, in other words, achieved a product/market fit (PMF). pmf product startup product-market-fit

Product Marketing at Stack Overflow – Alexa Scordato

Mind the Product

Alexa Scordato is the VP of marketing at Stack Overflow. In Alexa’s presentation at ProductTank NYC, she talks about the importance of brand and marketing. She states that there are not enough conversations about the intersection of product and marketing. In fact, many product team members don’t even understand marketing at all. Their flagship product was Stack Overflow, and that was where all of their brand equity was. Marketing Stack.

5 Signs You’ve Achieved Product Market Fit

The Product Coalition

Product market fit also known as PMF is one of the most discussed topics in the startup ecosystem across the World and it remains the… Continue reading on Product Coalition ». product product-marketing marketing product-management product-development

Strategic Product Marketing: One Small Move, Three Big Benefits

Proficientz

A strategic product marketing function can be created with one simple move that pays three big dividends to the organization. Many product marketing professionals in B2B have long felt like the sales tools on-demand department and rightfully so. It’s a tough rut to climb out of when product marketing is perceived as a tactical extension of product management, tasked with little more than mobilizing product value propositions to drive sales.

How to Create Business Requirements That Improve Product Marketing & Sales Proficiency

Proficientz

Here’s how to create business requirements that help product marketing and sales do a better job of positioning and selling value. First, remember that the reasons you build new products and features are the same exact reasons the market buys them.

More Than Great Products: A Journey to Product/Market Fit

Mind the Product

Once upon a time I believed that to be a successful product manager, I simply had to create great products. For years I’ve helped my clients create new digital products and services for their customers. We threw terms like product/market fit around, without ever really giving a thought to what they meant. Nor did I understand why some of the products I’d helped to create succeeded while others flopped. The second time round, I started with a market.

How to Use an Explainer Video in Your Product Marketing

Innovatemap

Yet, the goal remains the same: explain your brand or product in a memorable way. An explainer video can help you reveal a brand update, break down a new product concept, or focus on the value of a specific feature. Three ways to use explainer videos in your product marketing.

The Simple Phrase at the Heart of Product Marketing

ProductCraft

Like any other field, product marketing has its set of tried and tested methods–market research, customer personas, buyer journeys, competitive analysis, ideal customer profile, positioning, messaging, and so on. However, the often long and tedious journey from market research to product launch. Read more » The post The Simple Phrase at the Heart of Product Marketing appeared first on ProductCraft by Pendo.