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How do you coordinate and work cross functionally with the product team to create commonly shared KPIs?
Any advice on KPIs tied to product launches?
What analyst activities actually help reinforce your brand differentiation vs are expensive and produce little ROI?
What can I include in my marketing portfolio to standout from the crowd as a product marketing candidate.
I'm new to Product Marketing. In the interviews that I've done, I am being asked to present a marketing portfolio.
What's your framework to prioritizing needs/deliverables when you're the first Product Marketer at a company establishing the function?
In your role working as Product Manager & Go-To-Market or working with PE/VC/pricing consulting firms on company valuation & market assessment, whats your go-to resource with frameworks & examples to conduct B2B pricing power assessment for a product?
There is often a huge emphasis on analytical skills, instead of brand marketing skills, when it comes to product marketing job descriptions.
How does your company define the difference between product marketing and integrated / brand / customer marketing?
Do you see value in having both roles, e.g. Integrated team works more closely with the creative team on seasonal/holiday/brand campaigns whereas Product Marketing works more closely with the Product team on product launches, user research/insights, positioning strategy, etc. I have found it challenging for Product Marketing to own all of this, and often see different skill sets from marketers who are great at creative brand campaigns vs. PMMs who are skilled at positioning a new product and bringing it to market.
How do you think about your first 30/60/90 day goals when coming in as the Head of Product Marketing in a startup that didn't have product marketing before?
Brand marketing efforts usually get discredited because it's hard to measure revenue. How do you build a business case to invest in it, and what should you do first as a SaaS product?