Buyer Enablement

Buyer enablement is rooted in one simple principle:  Always know where your buyers are in their journey so you arm them with the information they need so they can move forward.   Buyer Enablement is broken up into 4 phases: Phase 1:  Problem Identification Phase 2: Solution Exploration Phase 3: Requirements Building Phase 4:  Supplier Selection … Continue reading Buyer Enablement

When it comes to your product, tell a story. And here’s an idea – have a point

And by the way, you know, when, when you're telling these little stories, here's a good idea. Have a point. It makes it so much more interesting for the listener! - Planes, Trains and Automobiles 1987 Every product should have a story.  Every story should be told in a way that connects with the buyer. … Continue reading When it comes to your product, tell a story. And here’s an idea – have a point

Focus on your buyer’s 4 P’s when marketing and selling your product

When it comes to product marketing, I stand by one simple rule: know your buyer. Knowing your buyer goes way beyond documenting demographics, business drivers, challenges, and emotional triggers and aligning across sales and marketing. It's about empathy.  It's about having affinity, rapport, sympathy, understanding, sensitivity, sensibility, identification, awareness  and like-mindedness with the person - … Continue reading Focus on your buyer’s 4 P’s when marketing and selling your product