Product managers have a challenging job. They need to build products that deliver value to their users, while achieving product-market fit that drives business impact. Use this Product Manager Toolkit to learn how you can identify user needs and market opportunities, and use product feedback to power business success. We’ll help you answer these questions:
How do I build successful products?
How do I identify market and user opportunities?
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Here are some common mistakes and best practices for how to avoid them.
Looking for ways to better understand your buyers? Here are some things to avoid:
Try not to ask leading questions. You want to make sure you’re collecting unbiased insights into how people really think. Similarly, don’t just rely on loyal customers for feedback. Go broader and reach a representative sample of your target buyer.
Instead, aim for clarity and choose clearly defined and well-understood terms so that you get unbiased responses.
Don’t think of surveys as just a one-off thing. Collect continuous feedback so you can measure progress and stay ahead of any changes in the market.
Want to know what product marketing experts suggest? Check out these tips:
Combat internal assumptions or biases by sharing your knowledge consistently across your organisation. By bringing visibility into what prospects are saying, you can rally your partners for greater impact.
Not every user’s opinion is equally important. Survey the right audience based on specific business objectives to give you the most relevant insights.
If your industry is rapidly changing, understanding longitudinal trends in buyer behaviour will keep your messaging competitive and relevant.
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