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This use case is particularly useful if you’re super technical and aren’t necessarily the best wordsmith. Look, your product might be awesome, but if you don’t properly communicate that value and paint the picture of the wings it gives it’s users then product-market fit will always just be that elusive “thing” you read about on startup blogs.
If you feel like you aren’t 100% sure of what your product’s value proposition is, having a call with a product messaging expert can do wonders for you. The best product marketers are well-versed in the “jobs to be done” framework and know the right questions to ask you to get you thinking more clearly about your value proposition.
MENTORS WE RECOMMEND FOR THIS TOPIC
“I did have a problem with finding the right messaging for a new marketing campaign. Gino helped with bringing some interesting perspectives. And he helped me to get clear what my next actions should be. Besides helping me I really enjoyed the call with Gino! The first thing he thinks about is helping people. Gino is friendly, patient and takes the time to listen. Don’t hesitate to contact him if you have any questions about things he has experience with. I am grateful for this call.”
“Gino has tremendous passion for this work. I was fortunate that he had worked as a Growth Hacker in the same space I’m in so his insights proved useful in multiple ways. Key takeaway: double down on the focus of product-market fit.”
“Marcos is a storytelling genius! He’s an expert in telling a story with a human touch and has a lot of great insights. He shared amazing tips on how to craft messages which I really appreciated. I took so many notes during our call. Highly recommended!”
“Super helpful call with Marcos on branding! I know basically nothing about this topic and he gave me some great pointers on how to start and which direction we should go. 5/5”