Whose problem are you solving?

As marketers, we launch products.  It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking the products we launch are amazing.  It’s extremely likely that they aren’t.  Not yet.  They need to come into contact with your target users.  It is then that you will (hopefully) get the feedback you need to make your product truly amazing. Feedback provides a real-world path for improvement.

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Published by Corey Quinn

Father, B2B Marketer, Lifelong Learner

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