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How do you create competitive intel that is really beneficial to sales (i.e. they actually read and use it)?
Is it continuous or at specific campaigns?
Could you share best practice tips for integrating market research into various stages of GTM, from business case justification through to launch readiness and post-launch adoption?
Especially if you don't have any customers that fit the bill my current plan is to assemble a list of possible titles and have my virtual assistant company prospect for and find contact details for them then probably send out a survey to validate if they're the right people to talk to and reach out individually to the ones that fit the bill.
I'm looking for tips and advice on building an effective buyer journey: Do you have any insights on how to effectively map and orchestrate a learning->buying cycle, considering a B2B Saas Product?
We're currently revisiting our content strategy here at Resultados Digitais, and some help on the subject would be very valuable. Our main challenges include: - Finding which types of of subject/content/format/channel work better, and in which stage of the journey; and - Understand how far should we go on segmenting and personalizing our strategy, and under which axis (demographics, persona, etc);
How do you see qualitative research differently from UX research, if at all, when it comes to product marketing?
What's your best practice for making sure competitive, personas, and market research info is always up-to-date, moving from product marketing to sales materials?
How do you convince your company that it's worth the time to invest in researching and making buyer personas?
I work for an early stage professional services app startup. How should i think about conducting market research, given our space?