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How To Climb The Product Marketing Career Ladder Faster

Product Management University

If you’re looking to climb the product marketing career ladder faster, here are five things you can do that’ll accelerate your climb. Track Record of Year-Over-Year Product Revenue Growth Not to state the obvious here, but product revenue is always top the priority. I came into a product marketing role from pre-sales.

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Best Resources for Product Marketing Managers

Userpilot

This guide will introduce you to the best resources available for product marketing managers, providing you with a curated selection of valuable materials to enhance your skills and knowledge. TL;DR A product marketing manager is a professional responsible for promoting and selling their company’s products.

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Product Marketing Manager Job Description and Templates

Userpilot

Interested in product marketing manager roles? In this guide, we’ll explore the ins and outs of product marketing manager roles through detailed job descriptions and handy templates. TL;DR A product marketing manager is a professional responsible for promoting and selling their company’s products.

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Measuring the product-market fit

Mind the Product

For all it is worth, your product can remain in the market eternally as long as it serves a purpose, and consumers are constantly buying, using, and referring others to your product. This is where product-market fit comes in. [.]

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The Problem with Product Market Fit (and What to Use Instead)

Speaker: Daniel Elizalde - Product Executive and Advisor

There is a big problem with the term "product market fit." Launching successful products requires a rare combination of market understanding, iterative development, and a lot of luck. Our role as Product Managers is to eliminate confusion, not add to it. All of them are useless because they are not actionable.

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Portfolio Marketing – Strategic Product Marketing At Its Finest

Product Management University

Consider the fact that portfolio marketing just might be your ticket to strategic product marketing in its purest form, making everything a lot easier with better results. What is Portfolio Marketing? Building your positioning around buyer and user personas (traditional product marketing) is fundamentally flawed.

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A case study: My learnings from finding product-market fit at Revolut 

Mind the Product

As a product owner at Revolut, I had the unique opportunity to navigate this tumultuous journey, from a nebulous idea to a credit product with dozens of thousands of customers across borders.

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Product Research 201: The Intermediate Guide to De-Risking Decisions

Bring the voice of the customer into your decisions with product market research. This guide will help you find out how to clearly define your learning objective, create questions to support the objective, build screener questions to get the right audience, and more!

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How Leveraging Data Creates Efficient Product Roadmaps

Speaker: Hannah Chaplin - Product Marketing Principal & Steve Cheshire - Product Manager

To accomplish this, product teams must regularly evaluate specific metrics that will yield the most insight. These metrics allow your team to understand the product's progression and how customer feedback will inform it. Leveraging product data to assess true business value and make informed decisions.

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How to Achieve Product-Market Fit

Speaker: Dan Olsen - Product Management Trainer and Consultant, Author, and Speaker

Everyone working on a product is trying to achieve the same goal: product-market fit. But most products fail to do so. In this webinar, product management expert Dan Olsen will share his simple but effective framework for achieving product-market fit from his book The Lean Product Playbook.

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Product Market Fit: A Lesson from Sephora’s Head of Product

Speaker: Sneha Narahalli - VP, Head of Product at Sephora

Only 20% of these companies attain product market fit, despite years of excruciating effort by founders, early employees, and investors. The first and most important step in product development is finding PMF. Creating an iterative process to identify Product Market Fit.

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Product Market Research 101: A Beginner's Guide to Bringing in Consumer Insights

In this eBook, you will learn how to continuously bring the voice of consumers into product and marketing decisions. Find out how to conduct research surveys that will allow you to confirm product-market fit, and build and launch better products. Get your copy today!

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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.

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Why the Product Message Should Come From Product Management

Speaker: Jordan Bergtraum, Head of Product at Equip ID & Consultant

Features and benefits may be part of the overall product marketing plan, but they are NOT the basis for a compelling “Product Message”. Product Managers may feel the “message” should be developed by the Product Marketing function, but I disagree.

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Iterate Your Way to a Top Analytics Product Experience

Speaker: Richard Cheng, Associate Product Manager, Mark43

Tune in to this webinar to hear how Mark43 Product Manager Richard Cheng went about researching, prototyping, and iterating to deliver analytics and business intelligence tools to police departments, emergency call centers, and other public safety agencies, bringing Mark43 users a positive and effective product experience.